Well done to our Year 3/4 Touch and Miniball teams who won their competitions in the last two weeks. The Fireballs Touch team went through unbeaten to win the Year 3/4 A Grade at the SMART Touch Module at Waltham Park. Likewise, the Rams Miniball team were unbeaten in the Pioneer Year 3/4 A Grade Miniball competition – just beating the Hillview Thunder 34-33 in the final.
Please find attached the first draft of our 2015 Sports dates, please click here: 2015 Sports Dates as at December 2014
Due to the cold outside temperature, there is no Junior Swimming today – Wednesday 10 December
We had a super Junior Athletic Day on Friday and the weather was just great. The children were enthusiastic and we saw many of the gifts and talents that God has given them on display as they ran, jumped and threw. A big thanks to Mr Taylor’s class, C4, for helping out and also to the teachers. Thanks to all the parents who came along to support also.
The Sprint Finals and House Relay were very exciting (a dead heat between Hillary, Sheppard and Rutherford!) and results are attached here: Junior Athletic Results 2014
Well done to our team of 34 who competed in Ashburton today and also to C5 who were the helpers as we were the host school for the event.
FIA LAI-KONG – Champion in the 12 years girls Discus with a massive throw and PB of 33.85m. Fia also took second place in the Shot Put and paced 4th in the 60m sprint final after winning her heat.
10 Years Girls 4 x 50m Relay team – 2nd place in the 4 x 50m Relay final after also placing 2nd in their heat. Well done to Hanna-Lise Manuel, Jessica Telea, Jessica Glasgow and Winnie Palamo.
WINNIE PALAMO – 2nd place in both the Shot Put and 80m sprint final – and also the final leg in the 10 relay.
We also had another 12 top ten performances – including the 13 years girls and 11 years boys relay teams making their finals, Samantha Weavers and Hanna-Lise Manuel making the 50m sprint finals, Luke Mitchell and Sam Meecham placing 10th and 9th in their distance races in fields of 34 (both well under school record pace). Wade Horne jumping 1.30m and Katie Carr 1.24m to place 8th and 6th in their high jump fields of over 30…
Well done all of our athletes who did so well to even make it to this stage. Thanks to the parents who came to support us also. A big thanks to Mrs Reid for looking afer the students and to Mr McKenzie for helping his class serve the officials.
Please find a timetable for our team competing in Ashburton today – 34 of us. Mr McKenzie’s class is also coming to serve the helpers!
Hillview timetable, see here: Final Prog. Hillview