02 February 2016
← Week 2 in Sport
Week 2 in Sport
Last Friday and Saturday Mother Nature played havoc with our organised trials in Swimming and Cricket. Our apologies for the inconvenience caused with the resultant late cancellation notice of sporting fixtures. For the most up to date information parents are requested to download the College App. Although the Sport Department aim to utilise the sports specific ‘Connect’ pages, the App is by far our fastest way to convey emergency information.
Volleyball trials against Marist College Ashgrove did go ahead and from all reports the students enjoyed finally playing a game after a few weeks of intense training.
On Friday night the swimmers travel to St Peter’s Lutheran College. This is the students' only chance to qualify for the College Championship Swimming events to be held on Thursday during the Inter-House carnival. Friday night information has been posted on the Swimming Connect page - link here».
On Saturday the start of the home and away AIC Cricket and Volleyball season begins. Our College teams will play Iona College, Wynnum. Playing and venue details have been posted on the Connect pages. A reminder to our community that schoolboy sport is about having fun, playing with your mates, developing new skills and representing the College. Parents are asked to remain positive when supporting our teams and when having a family discussion regarding the game’s outcome.
Next Thursday is the annual Inter-House Swimming Carnival. Further detail will be sent home early next week but the objective of the carnival is maximum student participation. Many events are held over 25 metres and students can be supported by fellow students to complete events if swimming presents a challenge.
Parents and students are reminded that the Uniform Shop stocks all sport uniform requirements. Students are expected to be dressed appropriately while playing and spectating. Full formal uniform must be worn by student spectators. Unfortunately, students may be excluded from playing or spectating if College procedure is not followed. Please contact individual sports coordinators if acquiring a uniform presents a problem.
Mr Brad Harbottle firstname.lastname@example.org is the College's Tennis coach. Mr Darbottle will be conducting Tennis coaching before school on our front courts. Please refer to the information article in this issue of the Calling for further details.
Selected Tennis Squads - Training Begins Week 3
- Wednesdays - Development Squad (Years 7 and 8)
- Thursdays - Emerging Players (Years 9 and 10)
- Fridays - Open Squad (Years 11 and 12)
Contacts for Sport
- Swimming Coordinator - Mr Blake Loudon email@example.com
- Cricket Coordinator - Mr Ryan Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org
- Volleyball Coordinator - Mr Corey Meehan email@example.com
All information can be located on the sports specific pages - Connect - link here».
Outstanding student achievements
Richard Cook, College Vice Captain won the 2015 Sandgate Club Championships for Golf. Richard won by 12 strokes! An outstanding result playing against adults with over 100 in the field.
Darian Kaptich has had a very busy school holiday break competing in various Ice Skating Competitions. Some of his results are as follows:
- Australian Figure Skating Championships (Penrith, NSW) - Junior Men’s Division - placed 3rd out of 7
- FBMA Trophy (International Skating Union Competition) (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates) - Junior Men’s Division - placed 3rd out of 7 (5 Countries Represented) and obtained Junior World Championships qualification scores for 2016 set by International Skating Union
Darian will be competing in the following competitions during Term 1:
- Hellmut Siebt Memorial Trophy (International Skating Union Competition) (Vienna, Austria)
- Sportland Trophy (International Skating Union Competition) (Budapest, Hungary)
We wish Darian the best of luck!
Below is a photo of Darian with his Coach, Maureen Sumner at the Kiss and Cry Booth at FBMA Trophy in Abu Dhabi.
The Queensland OZ Tag Championship were held over the weekend at Kawana on the Sunshine Coast. Louis Maritz, Nicholas Boulton and Sam Boulton played strongly throughout the weekend in very testing conditions. Louis was named Most Valuble Player for the Under 15 competition.
Well done boys!