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  • Senior School Sport

    Tassie Hawks Premiers 2016 

     Date:  14-Sep-16  10:48      Edition:   2016 V.05 Ed.28     Section:   Senior School Sport
  • Junior School Sport

    Mrs Jo Messer 

      2016 V.05 Ed.28
     Junior School
    Sport
     14-Sep-16  22:50

    Senior School Sport

    Tassie Hawks Premiers 2016 

      2016 V.05 Ed.28
     Senior School
    Sport
     14-Sep-16  22:48
  • Junior School Sport

    Mrs Jo Messer 

    Basketball

    On Wednesday of this week eleven Grade 5&6 boys for the Primary School Basketball Team were shortlisted.  The eventual Championship team will be made up of eight players.  This group of eight will be chosen after more training sessions.  Boys on the short list are: Harry Williams, Jack Williams, Caleb Devine, Liam Morton, Owen Bester, James Wilson, Kye Direen, Connor Millward, Charlie Banks, York Paul and Kobi Gray.  Congratulations to these boys.

     

    The Grade 4 boys for the Grade 3&4 team will be selected tomorrow at lunchtime and the Grade 3s on Tuesday (as they are on camp today and tomorrow).

     

    Triathlon

    The Primary School Triathlon is on December 1, however entries need to be in by the end of this term to me: Friday September 24.  Notification about this went out on Parent Paperwork last week and another reminder this week.  PLEASE NOTE THAT NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.

     

    STCPSSA Football: Denison vs Franklin

    Hamish Menzie, James Wilson, Harry Williams, Harry Cornelius and Baden Wallis were the chosen SVC representatives in the annual STCPSSA Denison vs Franklin Football game held at Dominic College yesterday afternoon.  In what proved to be a hotly contested and skilful game of football, Denison were the eventual winners with our very own James Wilson kicking the winning goal.

    Here are observations from, and I quote, Miss Lack: ‘Hamish Menzie was everywhere’, and ‘Harry Williams was in fine form exhibiting his silky moves’, reminiscent perhaps of his uncle Paul Williams, a legend of the Sydney Swans football team.

    Harry Williams said that the key was, ‘everybody played well as a team’, Hamish was impressed with ‘the hard ball gets’, Baden Wallis thought ,’speed was a factor and James Wilson said that all in all is was ‘great fun’.

    There was a great crowd supporting the game with a ‘fantastic staff turn-out to support our boys’.  Mrs Chambers said it was a ‘good precursor and omen for Geelong’s next outing.

    Without any bias, it was agreed the SVC boys stood out during the game, in their overall tenacity, skill and team play.  Congratulations to all boys who participated in the game. Thanks also to Coach  Mr Matt Kean and Assistant Coaches, Mr Peter Rasmussen and Mr Brad Hastie.

     

    denison-footy-reps

     

    L:R: James Wilson, Baden Wallis, Harry Cornelius, Hamish Menzie, Harry Williams

    denison-football-team-2016

    SVC vs Hutchins: Football and Soccer: September 23

    Each year Mr Berry, (Hutchins Sport Coordinator) and myself organise an annual football match with our Grade 6 Football team.  This year we will be playing a soccer game as well.  These games will take place next Friday.  At this point in time both of these games will be taking place at the SVC Senior Campus, commencing at 1pm.  Football will be played on the main oval and soccer on the JPC.  (The venue for soccer may need to change but parents will be notified).  Letters, with more details, will be going home with the boys involved in these games today.

     


    Date: 14-Sep-16  10:50  Edition: 2016 V.05 Ed.28 Section: Junior School Sport

    Senior School Sport

    Tassie Hawks Premiers 2016 

    tassie-hawks-16

    Tassie Hawks Cup – St Virgil's show their football strength

     

    The annual Tassie Hawks Cup competition was held today at Aurora Stadium in Launceston. The year 9/10 school teams of Latrobe, Kings Meadows and St Virgil’s college battled it out in a tri-series to determine which of the teams played off in the grand final, competing for the state title.

     

    North West representative Latrobe High School unfortunately missed the opportunity to play for the cup, the team were defeated 7.13.55 to 1.1.7 by South’s St Virgil’s, and also defeated by Northern Team Kings Meadows with a score of 4.9.33 to 2.1.13.

     

    St Virgil’s headed into the grand final as favourites after previously smashing Kings Meadows 15.9.99 to 2.1.13 in the tri-series. Kings Meadows vowing to be closer in the grand final – and did not disappoint!

     

    A thrilling grand final followed the tri-series with a close game between St Virgil’s and Kings Meadows. The first half was well contested, with St Virgil’s taking the half time lead 2.5.17 to 1.3.9, by using their strong centre clearances and precise kicking to hit their forward targets with ease.

     

    To start the second half, St Virgil’s set their dominance by kicking the first goal 45 seconds in. Kings Meadows, with fantastic defensive pressure, did not let up, kicking a few quick goals to level the scores with 12 minutes to go in the game. One goal and one point a piece again levelled the scores with two minutes to play in the grand final.

     

    A late behind in the last minute gave St Virgil’s a handy point lead ultimately cementing their victory of the cup, Kings Meadows, with the clock against them unfortunately couldn’t get the ball out of their opposition’s 50, and finally a St Virgil’s kick for goal after the siren brought the winning margin to just 7 points.

     

    The attitude and approach from all teams to each game was first class. Hawthorn Football Club congratulate all competing teams for a fantastic series, and successful Tassie Hawks Cup Grand Final.

     

    Goals:

    St Virgil’s: Luke Swinton (2), Fraser Turner (1), Riley Oakley (1), Jack Stevenson (1)

    Kings Meadows: Chev Deacon (2), Jacob Goodman (1), Bailey Fullard (1)

     

    Best:

    St Virgil’s: Joel Millhouse, Jackson Adams, Lachlan Gadomski

    Kings Meadows: Caleb Canning, Will Murfett, Bowen Pearce, Harvey Griffiths, Grant Holt

     

    Congratulations 

    Ben Spinks competed at the Sydney International Judo Competition on Sunday in the Under 66kg Under 18 Men's Division. There were competitors from overseas including from China, New Zealand and New Calendonia.

    Ben did exceptionally well beating a ranked opponent from New Caledonia for the bronze medal.

    ben1-min ben2-min

     

    Mitch Gittus represented Tasmania last weekend during the Junior National Road Cycling Championships. Mitch is a great athlete who is an inspiration to other junior cyclists. Mitch always enjoys his sport, the friendships he has made, whilst displaying true dedication.

    gittus

    For more information about road cycling please contact the Southern Tasmania Cycling Club Shane Revell 0427 561 955 revell2@dodo.com.au or the Hobart Wheelers Adam Christopher president@hobartwheelers.com.au


    Date: 14-Sep-16  10:48  Edition: 2016 V.05 Ed.28 Section: Senior School Sport
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    Junior School Sport

    Mrs Jo Messer 

    Basketball

    On Wednesday of this week eleven Grade 5&6 boys for the Primary School Basketball Team were shortlisted.  The eventual Championship team will be made up of eight players.  This group of eight will be chosen after more training sessions.  Boys on the short list are: Harry Williams, Jack Williams, Caleb Devine, Liam Morton, Owen Bester, James Wilson, Kye Direen, Connor Millward, Charlie Banks, York Paul and Kobi Gray.  Congratulations to these boys.

     

    The Grade 4 boys for the Grade 3&4 team will be selected tomorrow at lunchtime and the Grade 3s on Tuesday (as they are on camp today and tomorrow).

     

    Triathlon

    The Primary School Triathlon is on December 1, however entries need to be in by the end of this term to me: Friday September 24.  Notification about this went out on Parent Paperwork last week and another reminder this week.  PLEASE NOTE THAT NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.

     

    STCPSSA Football: Denison vs Franklin

    Hamish Menzie, James Wilson, Harry Williams, Harry Cornelius and Baden Wallis were the chosen SVC representatives in the annual STCPSSA Denison vs Franklin Football game held at Dominic College yesterday afternoon.  In what proved to be a hotly contested and skilful game of football, Denison were the eventual winners with our very own James Wilson kicking the winning goal.

    Here are observations from, and I quote, Miss Lack: ‘Hamish Menzie was everywhere’, and ‘Harry Williams was in fine form exhibiting his silky moves’, reminiscent perhaps of his uncle Paul Williams, a legend of the Sydney Swans football team.

    Harry Williams said that the key was, ‘everybody played well as a team’, Hamish was impressed with ‘the hard ball gets’, Baden Wallis thought ,’speed was a factor and James Wilson said that all in all is was ‘great fun’.

    There was a great crowd supporting the game with a ‘fantastic staff turn-out to support our boys’.  Mrs Chambers said it was a ‘good precursor and omen for Geelong’s next outing.

    Without any bias, it was agreed the SVC boys stood out during the game, in their overall tenacity, skill and team play.  Congratulations to all boys who participated in the game. Thanks also to Coach  Mr Matt Kean and Assistant Coaches, Mr Peter Rasmussen and Mr Brad Hastie.

     

    denison-footy-reps

     

    L:R: James Wilson, Baden Wallis, Harry Cornelius, Hamish Menzie, Harry Williams

    denison-football-team-2016

    SVC vs Hutchins: Football and Soccer: September 23

    Each year Mr Berry, (Hutchins Sport Coordinator) and myself organise an annual football match with our Grade 6 Football team.  This year we will be playing a soccer game as well.  These games will take place next Friday.  At this point in time both of these games will be taking place at the SVC Senior Campus, commencing at 1pm.  Football will be played on the main oval and soccer on the JPC.  (The venue for soccer may need to change but parents will be notified).  Letters, with more details, will be going home with the boys involved in these games today.

     


    Date: 14-Sep-16  10:50  Edition: 2016 V.05 Ed.28 Section: Junior School Sport

    Senior School Sport

    Tassie Hawks Premiers 2016 

    tassie-hawks-16

    Tassie Hawks Cup – St Virgil's show their football strength

     

    The annual Tassie Hawks Cup competition was held today at Aurora Stadium in Launceston. The year 9/10 school teams of Latrobe, Kings Meadows and St Virgil’s college battled it out in a tri-series to determine which of the teams played off in the grand final, competing for the state title.

     

    North West representative Latrobe High School unfortunately missed the opportunity to play for the cup, the team were defeated 7.13.55 to 1.1.7 by South’s St Virgil’s, and also defeated by Northern Team Kings Meadows with a score of 4.9.33 to 2.1.13.

     

    St Virgil’s headed into the grand final as favourites after previously smashing Kings Meadows 15.9.99 to 2.1.13 in the tri-series. Kings Meadows vowing to be closer in the grand final – and did not disappoint!

     

    A thrilling grand final followed the tri-series with a close game between St Virgil’s and Kings Meadows. The first half was well contested, with St Virgil’s taking the half time lead 2.5.17 to 1.3.9, by using their strong centre clearances and precise kicking to hit their forward targets with ease.

     

    To start the second half, St Virgil’s set their dominance by kicking the first goal 45 seconds in. Kings Meadows, with fantastic defensive pressure, did not let up, kicking a few quick goals to level the scores with 12 minutes to go in the game. One goal and one point a piece again levelled the scores with two minutes to play in the grand final.

     

    A late behind in the last minute gave St Virgil’s a handy point lead ultimately cementing their victory of the cup, Kings Meadows, with the clock against them unfortunately couldn’t get the ball out of their opposition’s 50, and finally a St Virgil’s kick for goal after the siren brought the winning margin to just 7 points.

     

    The attitude and approach from all teams to each game was first class. Hawthorn Football Club congratulate all competing teams for a fantastic series, and successful Tassie Hawks Cup Grand Final.

     

    Goals:

    St Virgil’s: Luke Swinton (2), Fraser Turner (1), Riley Oakley (1), Jack Stevenson (1)

    Kings Meadows: Chev Deacon (2), Jacob Goodman (1), Bailey Fullard (1)

     

    Best:

    St Virgil’s: Joel Millhouse, Jackson Adams, Lachlan Gadomski

    Kings Meadows: Caleb Canning, Will Murfett, Bowen Pearce, Harvey Griffiths, Grant Holt

     

    Congratulations 

    Ben Spinks competed at the Sydney International Judo Competition on Sunday in the Under 66kg Under 18 Men's Division. There were competitors from overseas including from China, New Zealand and New Calendonia.

    Ben did exceptionally well beating a ranked opponent from New Caledonia for the bronze medal.

    ben1-min ben2-min

     

    Mitch Gittus represented Tasmania last weekend during the Junior National Road Cycling Championships. Mitch is a great athlete who is an inspiration to other junior cyclists. Mitch always enjoys his sport, the friendships he has made, whilst displaying true dedication.

    gittus

    For more information about road cycling please contact the Southern Tasmania Cycling Club Shane Revell 0427 561 955 revell2@dodo.com.au or the Hobart Wheelers Adam Christopher president@hobartwheelers.com.au


    Date: 14-Sep-16  10:48  Edition: 2016 V.05 Ed.28 Section: Senior School Sport

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