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Swimming (Issue 2 2018 Sport)

Written on the 12 April 2018

SA Catholic Primary Schools Sports Association Swimming Carnival

Marymount and Middle campus students travelled together to the Burnside Swimming Centre to compete alongside other Section 1 schools for the last time as Year 7 moves to high school in 2019. The Middle School students took out the Under 11 championship flag along with the Seniors Flag and Clancy Luscombe won the 100m open Freestyle style event.

All students competed admirably in their age groups, with many taking out a placing against some tough competition from St Joseph's Clare, Mercedes and St Ignatius College.

Sonja Brownbridge
Swimming Supervisor


SA Catholic Secondary School Girls Swimming Carnival

Congratulations to the girls who competed in the SACSSGSA Swimming Competition at the SA Aquatic Centre. The U13 girls consisting of Milly Bradley, Quincy Cormack, Zoe Bunting and Bella Marling, took the Championship Shield for their age group. The U14 and U15 teams took home 2nd place. Well done to the girls from Marymount Campus and the Senior School who participated in an excellent night of swimming.

Chris Grimm & Amy Williams
Swimming Supervisors
 

Sports Association for Adelaide Schools Swimming Finals A

On Wednesday 28 March, it was a beautiful day at St Peter's College in their great complex and the Sacred Heart College swimmers were in the Finals A competition again. We fielded a team of 24 participants (the biggest turnout for the season) and it was great to see the Year 12's right down to the Year 8's being a part of this experience.

Thomas Excell did a marvellous job in placing all the SHC participants into their events and was holding the fort near the starting blocks. We came up against 7 other strong competitive schools in this final Prince Alfred College, St Peter's College, Immanuel College, Scotch College, Pembroke College, Trinity College and St Michael's College.

All students put in their best efforts to do well in their events. They were encouraging each other and it was great to be involved with such a cooperative and respectful group of young people. Next year we hope to go much better and maybe take the competition. Two schools that don't have the luxury of a swimming pool on the school grounds, SHC and St Michael's College, did very well. SHC finished 6th in the event while St Michael's College finished 5th, just holding us out by not many points. The overall winner of the Finals competition was Prince Alfred College. They have now won this event 3 years in a row.

Lauren Wagner
Swimming Supervisor

 

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