Sport Matters

Tintern House Swimming Carnivals

Tintern boys and girls House Swimming Carnivals were held on 20 and 21 October and both proved to be exciting, action packed, fun filled days.

Student involvement was exceptional on each day and the newly appointed House Captains should be commended for the great support they engendered in their Houses.

Traditional swimming events and novelty relay events were equally supported throughout the day and participation levels were of the highest we have achieved.

Year Level Champions:

Year 7 Boys:      Ben Apsey                                          Year 7 Girls:        Jade Hutchinson & Tess Power (Tie)

Year 8 Boys:      Joel Pearce-Schmidt                   Year 8 Girls:         Ella Ritchie

Year 9 Boys:      Joel Williams                                   Year 9 Girls:         Daniella Consentino

Year 10 Boys:   Jack Knowles                                   Year 10 Girls:     Sophie Paul

Year 11 Boys:   Nicholas Elliott                               Year 11 Girls:     Maddy Button

House Champions:

                 Boys                                        Pts.                                                          Girls                                        Pts.

1st           Dann/Watt                         1978                                       1st           Dann/Watt                         2056

2nd          Gordon/Grant                  1892                                       2nd          Butterss/Cross                 1998

3rd           Mansfield/McKie           1822                                       3rd          Somner/Stewart              1902

4th           Butterss/Cross                1814                                       4th          Gordon/Grant                   1830

5th           Somner/Stewart             1646                                       5th          Mansfield/McKie            1700

Ross

Girls House Swimming

Last Wednesday, all of the girls from Year 7-11 came together to have their annual swimming carnival. The House spirit was high, with plenty of cheering and excitement throughout the day. The novelty races appeared as a common favourite, with plenty of laughing and teamwork. Everyone gave it their all, trying their best to earn their house some points. At the end of the day, the points between Houses was very close, but Dann Watt came out on top, winning for the first time since 2005.

by Alex Eadie (Year 9)

Boys Secondary House Swimming

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Congratulations to Dann House who have claimed ‘Back To Back’ Championships in our Secondary Boys House Swimming. In what was a most enjoyable and active day, all boys are to be congratulated on their efforts and involvement, with the small number of boys who were unable to swim due to injury, still involving themselves by assisting actively during the carnival. Special thanks to Mr Jurey for his organisation of the event.

 

T20 Blast Cricket Challenge

Two teams of boys participated in the annual T20 Blast Cricket Challenge at Yarra Valley last Friday.

Both teams were undefeated during the round robin stage, and yet despite this, could only play off for third, due to a ‘technicality’ regarding total runs (both teams had  less runs than two other undefeated schools, from different pools and hence were relegated to a battle for third). Our A team again beat their opposition, finishing third, whilst our B team lost their final to finish fourth. Both teams were the highest placed Independent Schools. Congratulations to the following boys for their outstanding efforts, and especially their terrific sportsmanship and attitude.

A Team: Fred Lever, Harry O’Brien, Jake Stubbs, Archer Rostron, Connor Nancarrow, Matt Anderson, Harry Harvey and Dylan Cleal              

B Team: Lochie Graham, Yuvraj Pandher, Aidan Gillis,  Raman Wensor,  Riley Turnbull, Elliott Corcoran, Craig Bonnington, Zack Crowe, James Manson and Krisshnaa Kannan

Adam

Touch Rugby

A team of Year 8 boys competed in a Touch Football Gala Day on Wednesday 28 October. Our boys were brilliant, finishing fourth overall and losing only to teams in Year levels above them.

 

 

 

 

 

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