The Inter-School Cross Country Carnival was held on Thursday 30th July at Tomato Lake.
With the introduction of Salvado and Maria Goretti into our sports association, we had 8 schools competing for the trophy.
St.Emilie’s student’s were outstanding, both with their running abilities and their overall attitude and behaviour on the day.
All students who represented us on Thursday should be extremely proud of their hard work and effort.
Cross Country running has been a real strength at St.Emilie’s, with this being our 3rd consecutive carnival win.
The Final Scores are listed below.
2. St.Joseph’s 275
3. Sacred Heart 256
4. St.Munchin’s 230
5. Notre Dame 213
6. Xavier 183
7. Salvado 172
8. Maria Goretti 141
St.Emilie’s also had a number of outstanding individual performances.
Ninkea, Rafael, Tommy,Harry, Sophie, Abbey, Gillian and Lila all received champion or runner up champion medals for their efforts.
Once again, a big thank you to all the staff and parents who attended, cheered, helped with setting up, packing away and provided our students with such great support.
Health & PE Specialist
Below is an estimated schedule for Thursday.
The times listed should be seen as a guide only, as there are a number of circumstances that can affect starting times.
Cross Country Training will commence in Week 9.
Any children in Year 3,4,5 or 6 are welcome to attend.The purpose of training will be to help build stamina and fitness.
Training times will be from 8:10am – 8:30am
Training Dates are as follows:
Monday 22nd June
Thursday 25th June
Monday 29th June
Thursday 2nd July
Tuesday 21st July
Thursday 23rd July
please bring a bag to place running shoes in at the conclusion of training.
Health & PE Specialist
Last Thursday, saw St.Emilie’s compete in the 2019 State Basketball Champions Cup.
To qualify for this event, our boys and girls team had both won our regional carnival earlier in the term.
Our boys team were outstanding. They finished on top of their pool without losing a game.
They then won their Quarter Final in convincing fashion.
Unfortunately for the boys, they lost their Semi-Final by 1 point to the eventual champions ( Good Shepherd).
Our girls team played 5 games; which included 2 wins, 2 losses and a heartbreaking Tie.
This cost our girls a spot in the Quarter-Finals.
The girls played with great tenacity, but also demonstrated terrific sportsmanship.
Parent’s from opposing schools went out of their way to find me and mention how impressed they were with the sportsmanship and attitude our girls demonstrated.
Once again, a big thank you to Mr. Carroll and Mr. Cottrell for coaching our teams.
We were also very lucky to have such great support from our parents, which i know the kids really appreciated.
The Inter-School Athletics Carnival took place on Tuesday and Thursday this week.
On Tuesday we were greeted with blazing sunshine and perfect conditions for our children to compete in the 400m, Long Jump, Turbo Javelin and Shot Put events.
St.Emilie’s began the carnival brilliantly by dominating the 400m events as well as some very strong performances in the Jumps and Throws.
At the half way mark of the carnival, St.Emilie’s were placed in second position, very narrowly behind St.Joseph’s.
Day Two of the carnival was Thursday.
We were greeted with contrasting conditions. Wet, wild and windy conditions ensured the running events and team games would be very hard work for all competitors.
Once again, St.Emilie’s students performed consistently well throughout the day across all events. Our team game performances were a highlight, with over 350 of our points coming from these events.
We also had 3 of our students rewarded with medals for their own individual performances throughout the carnival.
Amy P in year 6, Louis H in year 5 and Sophie A in year 4 were recognised for their outstanding efforts.
St.Emilie’s finished the carnival in 2nd position. We are very proud of the effort from all of our team members and we continue to lead the way with the sportsmanship and attitude that we display.
A very big thank you to all the staff that assisted on the day and to the parents who braved the conditions to give us your support.
The final scores are listed below:
1st – St.Joseph’s 1937
2nd – St.Emilie’s 1659
3rd – Sacred Heart 1391
4th – Xavier 1363
5th – Notre Dame 1315
6th – St.MUnchin’s 1279
Last Friday, St.Emilie’s entered two boys teams and a girls team into the Lakeside Basketball Slam Series.
The competition was divided into 4 pools. Each team played in Three qualifying games, with the top placed side in each pool to advance to the semi-finals and then the grand final.
Our Girls team began with a draw, followed by 2 convincing wins- taking them directly to the semi-finals. Once again, the girls put in a dominant performance to advance to the grand final.
After a low scoring and tough first half, the girls eventually ran away with a grand final victory after defeating Willetton Primary School.
Our two boys teams were placed in separate pools.
Our A team went through the qualifying rounds unbeaten, with some terrific basketball and some big wins!
The final was a very physical contest and our boys went into half time with scores level. After digging deep in the second half, our boys eventually pulled away to claim victory, winning by 6 points.
Our B team had a mixed day. They had an excellent win, but also suffered a number of close losses. Unfortunately they missed out on the semi-finals.
Overall it was a hugely successful day for St.Emilie’s, winning both the boys and the girls competition. These teams have now qualified for the State Championships to be held at Bendat Stadium on November 21.
A huge thank you to Mr. Mckie, Mr Carroll, Mr Cottrell and all the parents who turned up to cheer and provide support.
Thursday the 1st August saw St.Emilie’s competing in our Inter-School Cross Country Carnival.
Our students were simply amazing!
Not only did they represent our school with distinction on the course, but the sportsmanship and team first attitude they displayed was outstanding.
Whilst we had many outstanding individual performances, it was the overall team effort that led to our success.
The St.Emilie’s Cross Country carnival was held last Friday.
Our Year 3 -6 children showed amazing effort, courage and determination to complete the course. Thankfully the rain stayed away and we saw some terrific running ability on display.
The results of the carnival were very close, with Gannon edging out De Vialar to win this year’s competition.
Gannon 176 pts
De Vialar 171 pts
Mackillop 164 pts
Mazenod 150 pts
The next challenge for us will be the Inter School Cross Country, being held at Tomato Lake this Thursday. We will be hoping to defend our title as reigning champions.
Health & PE Specialist
The St.Emilie’s Cross Country Carnival will be held this Friday, 26th July.
The Meet will begin at 9am and run through until 10:30am. The Year 3 children will be the first to run.
Student’s from Years 3-6 will be participating in this event. Each year group has a set distance they will be running. The starting and finishing locations are listed below.
The students would welcome as many parent and spectator support as possible.
Year 3 – Distance: 500m , Start and Finish: Senior Oval (Amherst Rd side)
Year 4 – Distance: 1km , Start and Finish: Senior Oval (Amherst Rd side)
Year 5 & 6– Distance: 1.15km. Start: Senior Oval, Finish: Senior Playground
Health & PE Specialist