Sport Matters


EISM Division 1 Swimming

Congratulations to our EISM Swim Team who excelled in the Division 1 Carnival held at M.S.A.C on Tuesday 29 February. Tintern finished in THIRD position narrowly behind Luther in second place and Huntingtower in first position.

The team’s performance was fitting reward for their hours of early morning training and the commitment of our Team Manager Ms Upjohn and Swim Coach Graham Stevenson.

There were many fantastic individual performances by Tintern students and some 33 students have qualified for the EISM Champions Meet on Monday 21 March 6.00pm at M.S.A.C.

Those students who achieved individual 1st, 2nd or 3rd placings are as follows:

Ella Donoghue                   1st U/16 50 Freestyle, 1st U/16 Breaststroke

Rosie Addison                    1st U/16 100 Freestyle, 1st U/16 Breaststroke

Ella Ritchie                           1st U/15 Breaststroke

Daniella Consentino      1st U/16 Freestyle B, 3rd U/16 Butterfly

Augustus Lever                 1st U/15 Breaststroke, 2nd U/15 Freestyle B,

Jade Hutchinson               2nd U/13 Breaststroke, 3rd U/13 Freestyle

Joel Pearce Schmidt       3rd U/15 Freestyle, 3rd U/15 Backstroke

Lily Donoghue                    2nd U/13 Freestyle B

Georgia Hargreaves        2nd U/14 Freestyle B

Matthew Evans                  2nd U/16 Freestyle B

Kaidin Dalzotto                  3rd U/13 Freestyle

Cassidy van Gelderen     3rd U/15 Freestyle B

Chloe Pearce Schmidt    3rd Open Freestyle

Sophie Paul                           3rd Open Breaststroke


U/13 Girls Freestyle Relay           2nd Place

U/15 Boys Freestyle Relay           2nd Place

U/15 Boys Medley Relay               2nd Place

U/16 Girls Freestyle Relay           1st Place – New Record

U/16 Girls Medley Relay               1st Place – New Record

The full results are posted on the Portal under Sport, EISM Carnivals.

House Athletics Carnival 2016

Our House Athletics were held on Friday 26 February at Bill Sewart athletic track in East Burwood. Once again we were blessed with a mild sunny day and students across all houses enjoyed an action packed and fun filled carnival. Our mix of traditional and novelty events resulted in a high level of engagement for all our students. The race for house honours was closely contested with the lead changing numerous times throughout the day. In the end it was Somner/Stewart who prevailed for the second year in a row. Butterss/Cross finished second and Dann/Watt in third spot. Thanks to all students and staff for their wonderful support and effort on the day!


1ST          SOMNER/STEWART       2,258.5                  4TH          GORDON/GRANT            2,193.5

2ND          BUTTERSS/CROSS          2,234.5                  5TH          MANSFIELD/MCKIE        2,131.5

3RD          DANN/WATT                     2,203.0


There were many outstanding performances during the day and those students who achieved the most points in individual events in their year level were recognised with medallions as Year Level Champions. At some levels the winners could not be split on points.

YEAR 7 GIRLS:    Charlie Victoria              YEAR 10 GIRLS:     Jess Reid

YEAR 7 BOYS:     Julian Amiet                      YEAR 10 BOYS:      Stefan Bennett

YEAR 8 GIRLS:    Tara Carson                       YEAR 11 GIRLS:     Karly Rosenbrock

YEAR 8 BOYS:     Paul Haasbroek              YEAR 11 BOYS:      Mackenzie Smead

YEAR 9 GIRLS:    Jasmin Amiet                    YEAR 12 GIRLS:     Anjali Lobo

YEAR 9 BOYS:     Ben Rudd                            YEAR 12 BOYS:      Gary Haasbroek





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