ACC Athletics Carnival
The ACC Athletics Carnival was held on Thursday at Lakeside Stadium. Our boys were fantastic and we ended up finishing 5th in Division 1. It was great to see the effort that some of our boys had put into their training be rewarded, with some spectacular individual performances including:
Cooper Fry – 1st in U14 High Jump (equalled the ACC Record)
Nick Goodman – 1st in U14 100m and 200m
James Rashio – 1st in U13 200m
Andrew Byun – 1st in U14 Triple Jump and Long Jump
Jake Johnston – 1st in U17 Triple Jump
Congratulations to Year 8 Sports Academy student Cooper Fry who equalled the Under 14 High Jump Record at the 2021 ACC Athletics Championship, with a height of 1.75m!
It was bad a day for us on Wednesday, as we were comfortably beaten by St Joseph’s FTG. We were bowled out for 52 and they only lost 1 wicket in reply. There were no notable performances for us.
We managed to win a tough battle against St Bernard’s that had to go to games count. The score was 6/74 to 6/64. Our best players were Ben Harris, Emmanuel Efstathiou and Dilenne Algama.
It was a good day for our Volleyballers, as both the A’s and the B’s won their matches against St Joseph’s FTG. The A’s won 2 sets to win, with our best players being Patrick Vu, Jay Rossington and Maiki Giannakopoulos. The B’s won in straight sets, with our best players being Jake Johnston, Aris Polychronopoulos and Owen Plionis.