The Most Fantastic, Funniest Camp Ever
By Tima Korin, Year 4 Student
I loved all the activities at the Year 4 camp but my favourites were rock climbing and canoeing. Lake Ainsworth was such a beautiful, brilliant place.
Andrew Michael, Junior School Sport Co-ordinator
Early Bird Swimming training has been very popular with our younger athletes here at Somerset College. Its great to see so many of our Years 3 and 4 students attending training and giving it 100%.
Our College team has now been selected and will be competing at the APS carnival on the 18 February at Somerset College. Good luck to all our swimmers.
Cross Country Early Bird training will commence Monday, Week 4. Any student who is Years 3 to 6 are welcome to attend these sessions. We meet at Wyangan Oval at 7.30am. Students just need to arrive in their ‘House’ or ‘Sport’ uniform, with a drink bottle and running shoes. All students and all abilities are welcome.
Rugby training will be available to all students in Years 4 to 6, Wednesday at 7.00am on Wyangan Oval. Any boy who is interested in playing Rugby this year is welcome. You will just need to bring your boots and a training shirt.
Any student who is 10, 11 or 12 years old and wants to trial for a Hinterland Sports team, please see Mr Michael for more information. Hinterland Sports Trials are for those athletes who wish to represent the District in their chosen sport. Upcoming Trials are for Netball (8 March), AFL (15 March), Cricket (22 March) and Soccer (15 March).
Our first round of Winter Sports Trials will be Thursday 18 February at 1.20pm. Winter sports include Rugby, Netball, Softball, Hockey, Soccer and Volleyball.
Looking forward to a great year of Sport – see you at training!« Back to IndexNext article in this edition »