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Sports Day

Congratulations to all the placegetters, trophy winners and participants of our 2018 Sports Day. It was a smooth and fun day for all students and staff. RED team won the overall day with a total of 1316 points; BLUE team followed closely with 1010 points.

Many school records were set on the day and congratulations go to the following new record holders:

Skye Downs Open Girls: 100m- 14.8s, 400m-1.16.75s, Discus 19.50m, Triple jump 9.7 m, long jump 4.6m; Iscaac Cross U16 Boys: Discus 33.3m, Shot put- 13.2m; Nosema Ma U15 Girls: Long jump-4.15m, 100m-15.75s; Tanykah Cleverley U16 4x100m relay; Lizza Delaney-Carter U16 4x100m relay 1.07.72s; Flayme Rollins U16 4x100m relay; Summer Williams U16 4x100m relay; Dorsa Babaqazviny U14 4x100m relay; Alsea Cabanlit U14 4x100m relay 1.07.75s; April Hansen U14 4x100m relay; Emma Sandercock U14 4x100m relay; Mwemena Diesa Open 4x100m relay; Kristian Garin Open 4x100m relay 50.78s; Daniel Newby Open 4x100m relay; Jangar Teah Open 4x100m relay; Phoenix Spicer Open: 200m 23.41s; Luke Garin U15: Triple jump- 9.7m; Daniel Newby Open: 1500m-5m 11s; Nawshad Shah U15: 100m- 12.63s; Jangar Teah Open: 100m- 1.90s; Johnathon Mitchell Open: Shot put-10.50m; Mikayla Norman U15: Discus 14.19m; Dana Santucci Open: 800m-3.33s.

Students not only enjoyed the athletic events but also the many novelty events such as the soccer relay, baton relay, water relay and some old favourites such as the sack race, tug of war, three legged races, tunnel ball and the football pass.

Year 12 students ran a BBQ and refreshment stall on the day and the Sport & Recreation students ran the athletic field events as part of their course requirements towards their Certificate II.

Overall it was a great day for all students and staff involved!