Senior Hockey- The senior hockey boys played at St. Bernard’s with knowing they are always strong. The boys started the match well with being 1-1 at half time. The boys came out in the second half with a point to prove. The boys ended the match with a draw. Well done to both schools on a good effort on the pitch. Amongst the best were Brendan Russo, Daniel Amendola and Jack Iverson. Well done boys.
Year 10 Hockey- The year 10 hockey boys played against a very strong school in St. Joseph’s FTG in hockey. The boys started well but were behind at the half time break. The boys really tried well and with the windy conditions being up early helped St. Joseph’s FTG to grab the lead and hold on. St. Joseph’s FTG won the match 3-1, a very well-played match by both schools on the day. Amongst the best were Zac Dunne, Vas Michaelides and Gavin Tone. Well done boys.
Year 9 Hockey- The year 9 hockey boys played against Mazenod College in a very tough and windy match at our home ground. The boys were very keen to play Mazenod, as we know they have a lot of solid hockey players on there team. The boys started well but were down 2-1 at half time. The boys played with real effort in the second half but couldn’t get a win against the very strong school of Mazenod. The final scores were 2 to 3. Amongst the best were Jaiden D’Rozario, Ethan Collins and Matthew Linden.
Year 8 Hockey- The year 8 hockey boys played in a double header with the year 7’s. This was played home with the year 8’s playing first and then the 7’s. The year 8 hockey boys played really well against the strongest hockey school for ACC, with winning the match 4-0. Well done boys. Amongst the best were Jared Fernandez, Misha-El Seane and Angus Cormack.
Year 7 Hockey – The year 7 hockey boys had a solid performance against St. Joseph’s FTG, the boys played really well and have a good team cohesion through out the match. The boys started well with being 2-0 up at half time. The boys finished the match with winning 3-0. Amongst the best were Shaan Loganathan, William Franklin and Ollie Howell. Well done boys.
Senior A & B Basketball- The senior boys had a hard task playing one of the stronger schools in St. Bernard’s College. The A’s played first with starting the match really well but it was hard fought all the way through by both schools. The end result was 40 to 38 with a Salesian victory. Well done boys. Amongst the best were Jack Scalzi, James Peluso and Oliver Arnott. The B’s went on next with starting the match well but falling short at the end with a 48-38 lose. Really good effort boys and with minimum numbers you did well. Amongst the best were Jackson Luzares, Louis Nousis and Enrique Soria.
Year 10 A & B Basketball- The year 10 boys played St. Bede’s and St. Bede’s. The boys played a very strong a contested brand of basketball through out the game. The St. Bede’s boys did the same and played the match really well. The A’s played first and lost the first match 52 to 45. Amongst the best were Spencer Mathieson, Calvin Ramachandran and Isaac McKnight. The B’s played next with limited numbers, the boys played really well and same as the A’s it was a very tight match but unfortunately we couldn’t get the win for the match. The final scores were 43 to 36. Amongst the best were Benji Mathieson, Steve Okoumousis and Luca Mandile.
Year 9 A & B Basketball- The year 9 boys played St. Joseph’s at St. Joseph’s FTG basketball court. The A’s played first with starting the match very well but we knew St. Joseph’s are always strong when it comes to basketball. The boys lost the match 49 to 39. Amongst the best were Wissam Malaeb, Oliver Mann and Nicholas Papageorgiou. The B’s played next with limited numbers, the boys started the match well and it finished really tight as Salesian College got up to win the match 42 to 40. Well done boys! Amongst the best were Tate Mole, Stefan Ivkovic and Snowy Evans.
Year 8 A & B Basketball- The year 8 basketball boys played in a big match against Emmanuel College, who always put up a good fight. The match started well and the intensity from the boys was key. The A’s played first with winning the match 67 to 37 and everyone contributed the points. Amongst the best were Riley Johnston, Tyson Rabel and Jackson Cerovac. Well done boys. The B’s played next wanting to follow what the A’s did before them. The boys played well and won the match with a good percentage booster in 76 to 19. Well done boys really good win! Amongst the best were Isaac NG, Jack Ellis and Jamie Mandile.
Year 7 A & B Basketball – The year 7 basketball boys had a tough match against a very strong side in St. Bede’s. They are always good at basketball and always have a very good defence. The boys played with extreme effort and passion for both A’s and B’s. The A’s played first with winning the match 49 to 19. Amongst the best were Will Scalzi, Noah Montgomery and Harly Howard. Well done boys. The B’s played next with playing really well and winning the match 41 to 19. Amongst the best were Joseph Pahlijina, Luka Trehane and James Tanner. Well done boys.
Year 7 C & D Basketball – The year 7 basketball boys had a tough match against the strongest school in the ACC for basketball. The C’s played first, they started the match well with a lot of intensity and drive on the court. Whitefriars on the day were way too strong, winning the match 56 to 17. Amongst the best were Jack Sharp, Matthew Rowley and Tehan Samarakoon. The D’s played the next match with limited numbers and came out with a solid performance but still not getting the win for Salesian College. The final scores were 28 to 13 with Whitefriars winning the match. Amongst the best were Tayshaun Liyanage, Brian Phung and Gadwich Thiep.
ACC Table Tennis
Senior Table Tennis- The senior table tennis boys played St. Bernard’s at St. Bernard’s, the boys were very keen to play well against a very strong school in table tennis. The boys tried hard in the singles but couldn’t get the lead with 31 sets to 19 down. The boys evened the doubles but couldn’t get the win as the final scores were 9 sets and 44 games to 6 sets and 31 games with a St. Bernard’s win. Amongst the best were Samuel Rizkalla, Tom Gardner and Maxwell Chable.
Year 10 Table Tennis- The year 10 table tennis boys had a very solid performance against St. Joseph’s FTG, winning the match 15 sets and 70 matches to 0 sets and 5 matches. Well done to everyone on the day! The singles and doubles all won there games, which is such an amazing effort in table tennis. Amongst the best were Will Thurston, Zidane Heldt and Andrew Tan. Well done boys!
Year 9 Table Tennis- The year 9 table tennis boys had a very solid win against St. Joseph’s FTG, first time all Salesian boys won all singles and all doubles. Well done to all boys on a terrific effort. The boys won the match with 15 sets and 74 games to St. Joseph’s 0 sets and 1 match. Extremely good effort and hopefully this year 9 team can go deep into finals. So many good players we couldn’t get a best three for the week!
Year 8 Table Tennis- The year 8 table tennis boys played at Emmanuel College, this was one of the biggest games for the year for them and they didn’t disappoint. The finals scores were 13 sets and 64 sets to Emmanuel’s 2 sets and 11 games. Amongst the best were Genuka Mapa Mudiyanselage, Timmy Burns and Terry Tsivranidis. Well done boys!
Year 7 Table Tennis – The year 7 table tennis boys had a very solid performance against St. Joseph’s FTG, they won the match 12 sets and 50 games to 3 sets and 25 games. Amongst the best were Navik Rathnasinghe, Theodore Koutales and James Moutafis. Well done boys. Hopefully they can keep their performances going. Really good effort so far!
House Cross Country
It was good to see everyone ready for a big day of cross country. It is a quick and fun whole school event with plenty of smiles and plenty of competitive running. The boys who participated did extremely well. Special mention to these boys below. It was an outstanding effort to come first in there allocated year level. Hopefully see these boys do well when it comes to the ACC Cross Country later in the term.
These are the results below:
1st Place: Annecy (386 points)
2rd Place: Savio (324 points)
3rd Place: Moroney (255 points)
4th Place: Collinson (254 points)
Senior: Enrique Soria (9:06.70)
Year 10: Max Schroder- Year 9 (8:44.0)
Year 9: Julian Severino (8:27.20)
Year 8: Aston Kennedy (9:26.90)
Year 7: Heze Yu (9:55.10)
Samuel Rizkalla participated in the 2022 National Championships for table tennis. He received a bronze medal in the para open class U23, in the class of 6-11.
Extremely proud of Samuel and his achievements with getting a bronze medal competing against the best. Congratulations Samuel!
Geordie Nagle | Sports Manager