Year 7 & 8 Round Robin

Our Junior students finally hit the field on March 13th and 19th for their first 2 days of competition. The sports they were competing in were tennis, volleyball, cricket, baseball and softball. The Year 8’s braved some unseasonably wet weather and managed to get a result despite the rain.

When our Year 7’s had their first taste of round-robin competition, the weather was warm, but very windy! In the end, the Junior students represented themselves and the college with immense pride. They showed great effort and sportsmanship, and managed to win through to EMR in girl’s tennis (Year 7 and 8), Year 8 baseball, and Year 7 softball.


Mr Danny Gwynne
Sports Leader – Junior Campus



Year 8 Girls Cricket

On  Wednesday 13 March, 14 Year 8 girls represented the college in the district cricket round robin. The girls won their opening game against Glen Waverley SC by 29 runs with our captain Trisha scoring 30 runs (retired) and Swathy making 18 runs. Arshia also claimed a wicket. We then played Vermont SC in the final with the game going down to the final over. Despite losing by 7 runs, there were some outstanding individual performances including Trisha hitting 34runs (retired), a team hat-trick with Charlotte getting 2 wickets and a great catch from Daisy.

Well done to all the girls for their exemplary behaviour, you should all be very proud of your efforts. A special thankyou to Jai Sharma for assisting on the day. The team was:
Zoe S, Scarlett L-K, Charlotte C, Anvi K, Aydi K, Trisha B, Daisy W, Priyu P, Falak T, Swathy J, Lalita S, Seneli T, Dhineli T, Arshia S.     ~ Mr Campbell 


Waverley Blues Football Club

The Waverley Blues are seeking additional players for their Under 14 & 16 Girls teams for season 2024.  Please refer to the Waverley Blues flyer for further details.