Sport News

Secondary Sports wrap up – Week 3

Talented GCC netballer Oceana Gordon is to be congratulated for making the Australian Indigenous U18s team recently. She will now have the opportunity to go to New Zealand in May to play in the International School Girls Competition. We wish her all the best. SCISSA Volleyball GCC volleyball teams started the season in fine form
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Secondary Swimming Carnival 2019

Despite the unpredictable weather, this year’s Secondary Swimming Carnival was enjoyed by all. There were some fantastic efforts from all participants and the vibrant house colours, dancing and cheering made for an exciting atmosphere. This year’s ‘bomb off’ produced one of the biggest surprises of the day. Year 7 student Hudson Gowen managed to win
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Five clean sweeps at Primary Swimming Carnival

Blue was the show of ribbons on four of our very talented swimmers at the GCC primary swimming carnival. Chloe Turnbull, Archer Palmer, Dalton Loveday, Grace Pearson and Jack Ives all won their races showing their dominance in their age groups. Chloe, Archer, Grace and Dalton will all represent GCC at the Glasshouse District Swimming Carnival
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Secondary sports wrap – Term 1 Week 1

The GCC Sports program in 2019 will again strive to continually meet the growing needs of our students. We encourage all students to participate in sport and recreation during the school year as well as provide competitive opportunities for those students that aspire to compete at a higher level. Throughout Term 1 there will be
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Swimming Carnivals

Our GCC Swimming Carnivals are coming up very quickly. They are always great fun days with lots of participation and novelty events as well as very competitive races. The House competition is always close so every point is very valuable to each house. The Primary Carnival is on Tuesday 4 February and the Secondary Carnival
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Glasshouse District Sports Trials

There are fantastic opportunities for 10 – 12 year students to be selected in Glasshouse District teams in their specialist sports. Students need to be competent at these sports or a good all rounder in sport. Trials and training for these teams are held after school at schools in the Glasshouse area. Students selected in
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Would you like to try netball in 2019?

Netball is a great way to stay fit, meet new friends and develop team building skills. Please find below all the details for the local netball opportunities. Juniors (aged 8 to 17 in 2019) Sign on: 2 February 9.00am – 12.00pm  7th February 4.00pm – 6.00pm Tibro’s Netball Courts, Glasshouse Mountains $240 for full season
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Join a sports club

Do you want your child active and fit and making great friends at the same time? This is fantastic for the all round development of your children and also helps greatly during sport lessons at school. There are many local sports clubs signing on members in the next few weeks. Look out for posters and
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Volleyball Future Stars Camp

Bryce Sambrook, Thomas Bound, Conner Knapp and Joshua McKellar from Year 7 recently attended the Volleyball Queensland Future Stars Camp at the Gap State High School. The boys were invited to participate following the Junior Schools Volleyball Cup or via the VQ Queensland Academy of Sport on the Sunshine Coast. The camp comprised of six sessions across
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Year 3 soccer success

Twelve Year 3 students were excited to be selected in our Year 3 soccer team to compete in the Caboolture Schools Primary Football Competition. This competition was held at St Michaels College and there were nine schools competing in the boys division. Each team had some very skilled players and competition was tough in every
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