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Meet the Captains (Issue 1 2018 Sport)

Written on the 1 March 2018

 

GIRLS SPORT CAPTAIN PROFILE

Name:
Alice Priestly

Commenced at SHC in:
Year 10, 2016.

Position:
Sports Captain.


House:
Marian.

Sports played for SHC:
Athletics, Touch Football, Sports Trainer

Favourite Role Model and why?
Charlotte Caslick. She continually strives for her goals and reaches them by working hard and giving 100% always. Charlotte iis dedicated and aims to better herself physically and mentally, as well as, her teammates.

Favourite Sporting team:
Adelaide Strikers.

Superstitions or pre game habits:
Always have to braid my hair.

Favourite pre game feed:
Spag bog.

Most memorable SHC sporting memory:
Playing touch football for the school.

Tell us about Kilmore:
I've been involved in the exchange in both my years at SHC. Kilmore is one of the biggest highlights of my year, getting to know your billets or being billeted and meeting some new people who you call family for a few days. The exchange is always competitive, but winning isn't the point, it's about the family spirit between our two marist school communities and bringing us together.

Favourite quote OR what is the best advice you have been given:
"Be so good that they can't ignore you."

 

 

BOYS SPORT CAPTAIN PROFILE

Name:
Liam Wisdom

Commenced at SHC in:
Year 10, 2016.

Position:
Sports Captain.


House:
Fourviere.

Sports played for SHC:
XVIII Football.

Favourite Role Model and why?
Nat Fyfe because he is both professional and humble on and off the football field.

Favourite Sporting team:
Collingwood Football Club.

Superstitions or pre game habits:
Eggs on toast for breakfast, followed by two oranges before the game. My left sock goes on before my right, then my shorts are put on, followed by the guernsey, then football boots. I don't tie my football laces up until the warm up starts.

Favourite pre game feed:
Spaghetti Bolognese at fasta pasta.

Most memorable SHC sporting memory:
Winning the First XVIII 2016 Knockout grand final vs PAC.

Tell us about Kilmore:
Kilmore was a great experience which gives you an insight of other people's lifestyle away from the city, you learn lot's about the person who is having you for the weekend, and you learn lots about yourself too. The rivalry only grows stronger between both schools and it will continue to grow in years to come.

Favourite quote OR what is the best advice you have been given:
"My Dad has always told me 'There's no I in team' and that has always stuck with me."

 

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