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29 October, 2021

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This week we farewelled our successful sporting Year 12 cohort. I would like to thank them for their years of service in sport at the College and wish them all the best for the future.

Please note this weekend is a long weekend, so SATIS cricket rosters don’t have matches scheduled for 30 October. I would also like to make a note that if you are ill and can’t attend training for your summer sport, could you please email your coach and relevant sport PIC so they can keep track of your attendance. Please make sure you check the relevant Dash sport page for training times and other information. Thank you.

Ali Foot
Head of Sport


Cycling

Our Mountain bike riders have begun the twilight season on offer from the Launceston Mountain Bike Club on Wednesday nights. Mr Luke Hammond was excited to see our students racing again. I would like to thank Mr Hammond for organising the racing season. The results and racing times can be found at LMBC – Home (launcestonmountainbikeclub.com)

Ali Foot
Head of Sport


Student Achievements

Tennis

Congratulations to Oliver Hadley (Year 12) for winning the Tasmanian Pardey Shield for 2021. This is the holy grail of individual school tennis trophies.

Great work Oliver and we appreciate you working with our junior tennis players prior to the SATIS season starting next year.

Athletics

Last weekend  Scotch Oakburn College was represented by twelve students at the 2021 Tasmanian All Schools Track and Field State Championships at the St Leonard’s Athletics Centre.  The students achieved some excellent results for the school despite very challenging weather conditions over the weekend.  Selection for the Athletics Tasmania State Team is based on performances from this event, however, national Championships scheduled for December have been cancelled.  Instead, Athletics Tasmania will announce a virtual state team for successful athletes in the U14, U16 & U18 age groups shortly.

A summary of the results:

10 Year Old Girls: Bronte Krapf – 3rd place Long Jump

11 Year Old Girls: Zoe Jarvis – 1st place Combined Event (Long Jump, Shot Put, 100m, 800m), 3rd place Long Jump, 3rd place Shot Put, 3rd place 100m, 3rd place 200m; Grace Watters – 4th place Combined Event (Long Jump, Shot Put, 100m, 800m), 4th place Discus, 2nd place High Jump, 7th place Shot Put,

Under 14 Girls: Bella Shaw – 1st place 800m, 1st place 1500m, 6th place Javelin, Eva Shaw – 10th place Javelin

Under 16 Girls: Blaise Fitzallen – 3rd place Javelin, 3rd place Shot Put, 5th place Discus; Sophie Marshall – 1st place 400m; Abbey Berlese – 2nd place 400m, 1st place 90m Hurdles,           4th place Shot Put

Under 16 Boys: Tom Watters – equal 1st place High Jump, 4th place Javelin, 5th place Discus, 4th place Shot Put, 1st place 100m Hurdles

Under 18 Girls: Kate Atherton – 3rd place 100m, 4th place 200m, 2nd place 400m; Kate McShane – 2nd place Hammer Throw, 5th place Shot Put, 5th place Discus

Under 18 Boys: Sandy (Alexander) Wood – 3rd place 400m, 3rd place 800m, 4th place 1500m

Ali Foot
Head of Sport

 

 

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