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 this week winning all six games. Three of our teams had byes this week and will have the opportunity to play their first games next Wednesday.

Junior Girls A defeated Pacific LC 2-0. Best Nicole Morris.
Junior Girls B2 defeated Immanuel LC 2-0. Best Lize Kasselman.
Junior Boys A defeated Pacific LC 2-0. Best Arno Mens.
Inter Boys B defeated Matthew Flinders AC 2-1. Best Lincoln McKenzie.
Inter Girls A defeated Matthew Flinders AC 2-0. TBC
Inter Girls A defeated Nambour CC 2-0. TBC

SCISSA Soccer

Our Senior boys team were disappointed to win their first game without taking the field this week. Regardless, a win is a win, and this team has a lot of talent and should do very well throughout the rest of the term.

GCC Defeated Immanuel LC by forfeit.

The Secondary Swimming Carnival report is in a separate article which can be seen here.

Independent District Swimming Carnival

The District Swimming Carnival will take place at the Sunshine Coast Grammar pool on Thursday of Week 4, 21 February. This year it will be a twilight event. The GCC bus will depart from school at the end of lesson 4 (11:40am). The carnival will be finished at SC Grammar by 8:30pm and the bus will then return to school.


GCC swimmers have now received notification regarding their inclusion in the district team and the races they have qualified for. Please email Mrs Boroughs if you are no longer able to participate.


A meeting will take place on Tuesday in Week 4 at morning tea in I4. All participants are expected to attend this meeting.

Matt Beattie, Head of PE and Sport

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