This week we play Trinity Lutheran College in Round 2 of the APS Winter Season and prepare for the APS Cross Country Carnival in week 5. Week two was a busy week, holding the House Cross Country. Thank you to all staff that assisted in the set up and throughout the proceedings of the day, it was a very successful event that ran smoothly. A massive thank you to those parents that attended the event, it is great to see your involvement in such events.
Bianca competed in the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships at Kirra from 25th March – 2nd April. She placed 3rd in the 2km Ocean Swim off Kirra Beach and was really happy with her result as it is the first time she has competed in the event and for BMD Northcliffe Surf Club.
Bianca also competed at the Cooly Classic on 8th April at Coolangatta in the Elite 3km Women’s Open Ocean Swim and won the event after placing 2nd last year.
Maito played for the Gold Coast Pirates recently at the State Baseball Championships on the 6th to 10th of April at Redcliffe. The team won the tournament and will now represent Queensland at the Australian Championships in Adelaide from 20th to 27th May. This will be his 3rd consecutive year of going to Nationals.
Please refer to Resources attachment for results of Round 1 versus All Saints Anglican School.
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.00-8.15am meeting at the Track.
The APS Carnival will be Tuesday, 16 May at Runaway Bay (week 5).
Refer to Resources for the 2017 House Cross Country Carnival Results and Age Champions.
Parents and students are encouraged to send details of students’ club sporting achievements to the Sports Department for recognition in the Somerset Times. With hundreds of students competing in many sports for many clubs, it is impossible for the College to keep track if they are not school-based achievements. Please note, the Somerset Colours Awards are given only for school-based sports.
All policies and procedures are outlined in the Senior School Sport page of Schoolbox, under “Sport Policy and Dates”. All students and parents are encouraged to familiarise themselves with these.
Click here to access photos of your sport or your team.
If your son or daughter is injured at school sport, it must be recorded at the time by the school nurse/medical person present if parents wish to apply through the school insurance policy. If delayed signs or symptoms arise over the weekend, students must notify the school nurse on Monday morning.
Monday 1 May Public Holiday
Wednesday 3 May Compulsory APS Sport Practices
Friday 5 May 12.00pm APS Winter Season Round 3 vs Kings
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