Sports NewsJune 23, 2020
Virtual Cross Country Initiative
Congratulations to all those students who participated in the Virtual Cross Country Initiative. There were some outstanding results throughout the four weeks, and it was awesome to see people improving their times throughout the initiative.
It was a very close battle with some houses, yet others soared above the rest! Irin Irin came out on top winning the Virtual Cross Country Initiative.
- 1st place = Irin Irin on 2,100 points
- 2nd place = Koorilla on 1, 400 points
- 3rd place = Gariwang on 1,300 points
- 4th place = Pindari on 700 points
- 5th place = Dullugal on 600 points
Congratulations to the following students who were the top performs and most improved for their respective age groups:
|Age Group||Top Performer||Most Improved|
|12 Girls||Jessica Phillips|
|13 Girls||Samantha Ryman||Amelia Hodgson (5 mins 32)|
|13 Boys||Joshua Morrison||Joshua Morrison (33 seconds)|
|14 Girls||Katie White||Tahlia Rose (5 mins 34)|
|14 Boys||Benjamin Blair||Anton den Hartog (3 mins 34)|
|15 Girls||Eve Millar|
|15 Boys||Caelan Norris||Caelan Norris (4 mins 32)|
|16 Boys||Andrew Knight|
|17 Girls||Katie Kirk|
|18 Girls||Hannah Manning||Abop Akoi (49 seconds)|
|18 Boys||Thomas Jackson|
ACT Women’s Cricket Team of the Year
Congratulations to Caitlin Galeano on her achievements for being selected in the ACT Women’s Cricket Team of the Year. The ‘All Stars’ team selection is based on persons who have played in the ACT Women’s competition who have acquired the best stats during the 2019/2020 cricket season. The team selection is based on batting, bowling and all-rounder players. Although this team does not compete in another tournament, it recognises the most successful cricketers from the Women’s competition who have demonstrated outstanding cricketing abilities and team spirit, well done Caitlin.