Mr Tom Bradbury | Assistant Director of Co-Curricular Activities
Darling Downs Trial Success
This past Monday SCOTS PGC students participated in Darling Downs Trials for the following sports. Congratulations to all students on their efforts.
11-12 years Rugby League
Ryan Bohm (selected), Riley Wainwright (possibles/probables), Lewis May gave a good account of himself and was unfortunate not to progress.
10-12 years Hockey:
Briana Groves (selected), Samuel Bourke (selected), James Bourke (shadow), Lachlan Groves gets a mention as he acquitted himself exceptionally well as one of the youngest at the trial.
11-12 years Netball:
Although a little old for this category it is with great pride that we announce that Holly Naughten has been selected as a student umpire to attend the State 11 years Netball Championships as 1 of only 4 darling Downs student umpires from across the Darling Downs to officiate at the 11 years and 12 years State Championships in August.
U18 Rugby Union:
We congratulate Lachlan Titus on his late inclusion in the Darling Downs Team to contest this coming weekends Queensland U18 Schools Rugby Union Championship at Sunnybank. Lachlan joins Anthony Hodges and front row partner Jonathon Winter in the Darling Downs Team. We wish these boys the best for their championship from the 2nd-5th May 2019.
Downs Rugby Representative Trials – We wish our students trialling this weekend at the DOWNS RUGBY Representative Trials all the best.
Southern Downs and Border District Cross Country
It was wonderful to play host to this year’s Southern Downs and Border District Cross Country trials on Wednesday this week.
The 12 year old girls and boy’s teams are to be commended on their team efforts with 7 top ten placings out of 8 competitors. We are extremely proud of all who competed across all age groups.
Congratulations to Riley Wainwright, Samuel Bourke, Briana Groves, Hayley Wainwright who were all selected in the Southern Downs Team to contest the Darling Downs Championships on 21 May.
Congratulations also to Benjamin Carey, Ewan McFarland and Eliana Jones for their placings and to the several top 10 performances across many age groups. Team selections to attend the Darling Downs Championship have been notified via SEQTA.
We have the QCIS Championship on 17 May and we would really like to see a full complement of participants so we can mix it with the other schools. Training will continue as per the published schedules.
JAM Athletics Carnival
Due to the early staging of the National 10-12years Track and Field in Darwin this year all carnivals have been pushed forward and as such ours is no exception. As advertised on the calendar we are holding our JAM Athletics next Friday 10 May. Please look out for details of the day on SEQTA over the weekend if not already in your inbox. All students are pre-nominated as per their age group they turn in this calendar year, i.e. 10 years born 2009. All the children need to do is turn up and they can compete. Lessons have been carried out by Mr Fender, Mrs Dwan and myself to prepare the students in a variety of events and will continue to do so up until next Friday’s main event.
DD Orienteering – 10-19 years Boys and Girls
Southern Downs 11-12 years Rugby Union
DD U15 Boys and Girls Basketball – Wednesday May 8 – EOI’s direct to Mr Bradbury
DD U15 Boys Rugby Union
QCIS Cross Country – 10-19 years – Team selected
DD Cross Country – invited runners from our team’s performances at BD and SD