By Candice McKenna - Director of Sport
Round 4 against A.B. Paterson College this week. No House Swim Trials will take place in Term Four and all Sport practise will continue during the exam period in Weeks 4 and 5.
Sheryl Burns, Director of Netball
Our 1st Netball team wound up their 2017 season over the weekend, competing in the Queensland State Netball Finals at the Gold Coast Sports Precinct in Carrara. Twenty of the state’s top school teams were on display, with all teams contesting strongly for the Vicki Wilson Cup.
Somerset had a great start on Saturday with a big win against St Augustins 56 to 11. Then a close hard fought game to John Paul College resulting in a 24 to 27 loss. Two more wins on Saturday put the team in to the top eight.
Sunday’s games were fiercely contested with all teams vying for their final positions. A good win against Coomera College and two losses, resulted in a very respectable 6th placing for Somerset.
St Augustins - 56 to 11 win
John Paul College - 27 to 24 loss
Centenary Heights - 37 to 30 win
Wavell State High - 48 to 24 win
The Cathedral College - 22 to 44 loss
Coomera Anglican - 43 to 37 win
Sunshine Coast Grammar - 38 to 34 loss
A huge congratulations to Captain, Ali Harris and her team for an exceptional successful season. This team has made Somerset Netball history and has represented our College with such determination, dedication and pride.
Winners Wallas-Bassingthwaighte Trophy
QISSN Runners Up
Vicki Wilson State Finalists and 6th placegetters
Team: Alexandra Harris (capt), Brieanna Bischof, Ashlyn Taylor, Madizen Wilkins, Kirsty Brodbeck, Erin Crough-Heaton, Natalie Blauberg, Rylee Burns, Sara Dann, April McMullen, Kasey Collins.
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