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    Week 1, Term Three, 2019

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    Team selection is underway with the next APS Season starting this term, for more details check Schoolbox. In other sports news, our students have been excelling in their chosen fields from athletics to equestrian, netball and dirt track racing.


    Somerset Athletics had success at the Downunder Championships. Sam Reeve, Charlotte Chant and Prosper Nwoko won Gold in the 200m Finals.

    Well done and thank you to Coach Mark Ladbrook for his support and efforts.



    Congratulations to our Netball state champions Wilson Partridge, Jordan Webb, Jude Taylor, Matthew Leal, Tyler Longfield who represented Somerset Spartans in the final for their club.


    Jayde Jayde competed with her horse Eddie at the State Equestrian trials in Warwick over the holidays. There was a large group of talented riders from all over Queensland.

    Jayde and Eddie were coming fourth after Dressage with two legs to go. They were only 1.6 points away from taking the championship but with a tough group remained in fourth position.

    Jayde has now qualified to compete at Nationals in Sydney at the end of September.

    Congratulations to Jayde and her horse Eddie, as this smashes a massive goal she set for herself at the start of the year, and shows hard work really does pay off!

    Dirt Track Racing


    Riley Nauta competed in the American Motorcycle Association's Grand National dirt track event in Harpster Ohio, USA during the holidays.

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