Carranballac College Sport & PE Update for Newsletter/Website Wednesday 29th May, 2019
Hobsons Bay Division Year 8 Soccer
Congratulations to the Year 8 Girls soccer team who performed fantastically at their competition on Friday 24th May which was held at Paisley Park in Altona. The team have been training dedicatedly every Monday after school, demonstrating excellent soccer skills and team play.
Carranballac College 3 Laverton Secondary College 1
Carranballac College 4 Altona College 0
Semi Final 1 Bayside Secondary College 0
Grand Final 0 Williamstown High School 1
Hobsons Bay Division Secondary Cross Country
Well done to all the Year 7-9 students who represented Carranballac College in the Hobsons Bay Division Secondary Cross Country competition. Each race was approximately 3.4km around the perimeter of Cherry Lake in Altona. Congratulations to the following students who have qualified to attend the upcoming WMR Cross Country Championships which will be taking place at Brimbank Park on Thursday 20th June, 2019.
Point Cook District Cross Country
It was a huge effort by all of the 51 Year 3-6 Carranballac College who were selected to participate in the Point Cook District Cross Country Carnival, held around the Sanctuary Lakes Ovals (either 2km – 9/10 Age group or 3km 11 and 12 Year age groups) on Friday 17th May. Everyone demonstrated great endurance to finish their races which involved a challenging winding course around the oval areas.
Congratulations to the following students who have qualified to attend the next cross country round – The Hobsons Bay Primary Cross Country Competition, being held this Wednesday 29th May at Presidents Park in Wyndham Vale.
Carranballac College Year 3-6 Athletics Carnivals
WOW! It was a fun filled two days of Athletics for our junior students in Years 3-6 who enjoyed their carnivals days in fantastic, sunny weather conditions! Everyone participated enthusiastically, with lots of ribbons won by all involved.
A HUGE Thank you to all of the Year 9 Student leaders who attended to assist with organising events and helping to take groups of students to their programmed events. These senior students exhibited outstanding leadership qualities, especially in the responsible way they worked with staff and developed positive relationships with the younger participants. THANK YOU also to all the teaching staff and parent helpers: Rosalie Moriarty, Fiona King and Joe Evan. A special thank you to Sammy Bourke, Wendy Rae and their team of assistant chefs who cooked hundreds of sausages for all the hungry participants!