SCEGGS DARLINGHURST

Primary News

IPSHA Years 4-6 Football Trials and Year 3 Basketball Trials

Thank you to all parents and carers who have transported and cheered on our Primary girls at various sporting events and Saturday games this year.

Football

We are holding two Saturday trial sessions at the beginning of Term I 2020 in preparation for the IPSHA Football (Soccer) competition. These trials are for girls going into Years 4 to 6 in 2020. Competition games will commence in Week 3, Saturday 15 February 2020.

Saturday 1 February 8:00 – 9:30am All weather Turf Field- Robertson Road, Moore Park
Tuesday 4 February 3:10 – 4:50pm All weather Turf Field- Robertson Road, Moore Park
Saturday 8 February 8:00 – 9:30am All weather Turf Field- Robertson Road, Moore Park
Tuesday 11 February 3:10 – 4:50pm All weather Turf Field- Robertson Road, Moore Park

All girls should wear their SCEGGS Sports uniform and bring with them a hat, water bottle, shin pads, long SCEGGS sport socks (available at the School Shop) and joggers. Football boots are allowed but not compulsory.

Basketball

We are holding two Saturday trial sessions at the beginning of Term I 2020. Competition games will commence in Week 3, Saturday 15 February 2020.

Saturday 1 February 8:30 – 10:00am SCEGGS Sports Hall
Tuesday 4 February 3:10 – 5:00pm SCEGGS Sports Hall
Saturday 8 February 8:30 – 10:00am SCEGGS Sports Hall
Tuesday 11 February 3:10 – 5:00pm SCEGGS Sports Hall

Girls need to wear SCEGGS PE shorts, basketball top (available at the School Shop) and bring a water bottle and a small healthy snack.

Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Secondary News

Touch Football Grand Finals

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Team 1

Grand Final Day on Saturday 30 November began with repetitive checking of the weather app, with relief to finally receive the “it’s on” email, SCEGGS girls picked up their boots and headed down to Queens Park for the big morning ahead. We were so happy to see so much support from teachers and students at the fields, this growing culture is amazing and it is so motivating to see so many people cheering on the sidelines. With Teams 1, 2, 8, 10 and 11 playing Grand Final matches it was a great morning.

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Team 1

The senior firsts game was a toughie, playing in the top division against Monte 1, they knew they had a big match ahead and put up a competitive fight until the 40th minute. The final score of 6-11 to Monte was no demonstration of the game. From the slide dives to the scooping plays, they worked as a team and played their best game, only to have the Monte coach say at the end “you really gave us a run for our money''.

The senior seconds battled it out against Reddam in an exhilarating game of finals footy. The 2 Teams had previously drawn in a round match, meaning it was anyone's game to win. It was neck and neck from the second the whistle was blown. There were some outstanding team tries scored throughout the game. the girls may have fell short in the end, but they put up a strong fight and did SCEGGS proud.

Team 8 had a tough ask facing their Schools opposition after a crushing defeat in the early rounds but brought their A game in the Grand Final showdown. The girls held on 1-0 until half time, frustrating their opposition. They may have fell short in the end, but they should be proud of their efforts finishing their season with their best game yet. They can hold their heads up high and be proud.

Team 10 have had an outstanding season in the lead up to the Grand Final. Spirits were high as they stepped onto the field against St Scholastica's College. The score was 0-1 at half time and the girls went into the second half fired up. They continued to work together and run their plays during the second half, unfortunately losing in a close match. Team 10 should be proud of their achievements this season.

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Team 11

Team 11 had some strong competition going into the Grand Final, also against Reddam, who were undefeated throughout the season. The girls played their hardest and ended the game at a tie of 3 all. In a drop off they came down to 4 players and unfortunately lost. Despite the loss, the girls played their best game of the season, with amazing defence throughout the entire game and good communication. The girls put up a fight and it was a win in our eyes.

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Alison Gowan
Director of Sports

 

 

Primary News

Artistic Gymnastics Display

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Congratulations to Glen Hay and his team of coaches for putting together a very entertaining Artistic Gymnastics concert on Monday 25 November. The girls show cased skills acquired throughout the year. The following girls were awarded Achievement Certificates:

Level 1 Victoria Poniros
Level 2 Olivia Roberts
Level 3 Helaina Travassaros
Level 3 Emma Talbot

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Years 5 & 6 IPSHA Tennis Team

We have a team playing in the IPSHA Tennis competition, the first for a number of years. The girls have shown great improvement over the term and have worked so well supporting each other. We hope this is the first of many more tennis teams to come.

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Join us at the SCG for the Women’s T20 World Cup

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A fabulous opportunity to see the Women’s T20 semi final at the SCG. The Australian women are the current World Champions and we hope to see them go all the way again in 2020.

The ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the biennial international championship for women's Twenty20 International cricket. 

We’ve secured our own SCEGGS bay for the semi-finals (double header) at SCG on Thursday 5 March. These tickets are open to family and friends. Click on this link http://bit.ly/2NDoVtu  to get your tickets. Kids tickets only $5 and adults $35!

Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Secondary News

Oztag

Congratulations to Frankie Ryan who has been selected in the Australian U18 Oztag team!

IGSSA Water Polo

Congratulations to Lana Oppenheim, Sienna Green and Sophie O’Connell who have been selected in the IGSSA Water Polo team to trial for the NSWCIS Team early next year.

Easts Touch Grand Final Day – Queens Park

SCEGGS has five teams participating in Grand Finals this weekend at Queens Park. We encourage all students not involved in sport this weekend to head down to cheer them on.

SCEGGS 2 v Reddam 8:00am
SCEGGS 8 v Schols 8:55am
SCEGGS 10 v Schols 8:55am
SCEGGS 11 v Reddam 8:55am
SCEGGS 1 v Monte 9:50am

Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

 

 

Primary News

Poor Air Quality Co-curricular training

Parents are reminded to check SCEGGS Twitter for information about any co-curricular training session or Saturday games.

What may look like a nice clear day, may have dangerous levels of particles in the air that are not immediately visible. We take advice from the NSW Government Air Quality Indicator.

Year 6 Basketball Players – Trials for Junior Team 2020

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In following up from our announcement at school assembly and email to your parents earlier in the term, just a reminder that we are going to be trialling this term for the Junior (Years 6/7) Basketball team. Trial details below:

Date Wednesday 27 November
When 6:45-8am
Where School Sports Hall
Open to All girls in Years 6 who are currently playing basketball either at a representative level or school level

Come and see Ms Connolly if you have any concerns or queries about this

Year 3 Football

The Year 3 Footballers have had a great season so far. Parents please remember to arrive 30mins prior to the scheduled start time, and ensure your daughter has a full water bottle.

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Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Secondary News

Easts Touch Semi Finals

Good luck to all our touch teams who are involved In semi-finals this weekend.

GRADE TEAM A TEAM B GAME POSITION FIELD TIME
Junior A SCEGGS 6 KRB 6 2 v 3 2nd Queens Park 3 8:00am
Year 7 A SCEGGS 14 Wenona 17 5 v 6 5th Queens Park 4 8:00am
Senior A SCEGGS 1 Kambala 1 2 v 3 3rd Queens Park 3 9:40am
Junior B SCEGGS 7 Kambala 6 1 v 4 4th Queens Park 1 10:30am
Year 7 B SCEGGS 15 Wenona 18 5 v 6 5th Queens Park 4 12:10pm
Junior D SCEGGS 8 SVC 3 2 v 3 3rd Queens Park 3 12:10pm
             
Junior J SCEGGS 12 KRB 14 5 v 6 5th Queens Park 15 11:00am
Junior K SCEGGS 13 Loreto 8 2 v 3 3rd Queens Park 13 11:50am
             
Senior C SCEGGS 2 Schols 1 2 v 3 3rd Reservoir Field 5 8:00am
Year 7 D SCEGGS 16 Schols 5 5 v 6 5th Reservoir Field 2 8:50am
Senior D SCEGGS 3 KRB 3 5 v 6 5th Reservoir Field 6 8:50am
Year 7 E SCEGGS 17 Schols 6 2 v 3 3rd Reservoir Field 4 9:40am
Senior F SCEGGS 4 Ascham 6 1 v 4 4th Reservoir Field 1 10:30am
Junior E SCEGGS 9 Loreto 6 1 v 4 4th Reservoir Field 3 10:30am
Senior G SCEGGS 5 Wenona 8 5 v 6 5th Reservoir Field 6 11:20am
Junior H SCEGGS 11 KRB 13 2 v 3 2nd Reservoir Field 4 12:10pm
Junior G SCEGGS 10 Wenona 15 2 v 3 2nd Reservoir Field 5 12:10pm

 Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

 

 

 The Australian women are the current World Champions and we hope to see them go all the way again in 2020.

The ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the biennial international championship for women's Twenty20 International cricket.

We’ve secured our own SCEGGS bay for the semi-finals (double header) at SCG on Thurs 5th March. These tickets are open to family and friends. Click here to get your tickets. Kids tickets only $5 and adults $35!

Tickets available until 29 November so get in quick.

Sue Phillips
Primary Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Primary News

NSW PSSA Athletics Championships
Congratulations to Coco Espie who competed on Wednesday 31 October and Thursday 1 November in the multi class Discus, Shot Put and 11-13 years 100m. Coco gained a first place in the Shot Put and second place in the Discus.

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Congratulations to our Primary Senior relay team of Stella Argyrides, Abigail Grace, Isla Hootman and Stella Manos who competed at SOPAC on Thursday 1 November. The girls came 10th overall in the semifinals. They missed out by one spot to run in the finals. They ran beautifully in very hot conditions.

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This was an outstanding achievement for all the girls.

Years 4-6 IPSHA Basketball, Tennis and Year 3 Football
The basketballers, football and tennis players are having a great season. Parents please ensure your daughter has a large water bottle for both training and Saturday games. We ask that the girls arrive 30min prior to the start of the game to ensure an adequate warm up is undertaken. It has been very pleasing to see excellent sportsmanship from our girls, particularly those teams who have needed to play the "Mercy rule".

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Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Primary News

IPSHA Gymnastics

Congratulations to the girls below who all competed in the IPSHA Gymnastics competition on Thursday 31 October.

Rhythmic Gymnastics Team

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Foundation 1; Zoe Argyrides, Sienna Morris, Olivia Phillips, Bronte Treffiletti and Stella Wilson

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Foundation 2; Isabella Conroy and Sophia Papadakis

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Category 3; Cassandra Davies, Georgia Farrow, Bianca Hardge and Lucia Scala

Artistic Gymnastics Team

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Level 2; Lily-Mae Cook, Lucinda Cook, Nina Genc and Olivia Roberts

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Level 3; Meike Bannister, Katerina Giannikouris, Zoe Lindner, Isobel Murray and Abigail Tattersall

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Level 4; Poppy Hegarty, Emmeline McLeod and Ingrid Weaver

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Level 5; Sarah James, Emilia Narev, Abigail Sauer and Annalise Zimmerle

The girls have been training all year and competed in many state and regional competitions in preparation. Congratulations to; 

Foundation 1 Rhythmic 3rd in Division 1
Foundation 2 Rhythmic 7th in Division 1
Category 3 Rhythmic Group 1st in Division 1
Level 2 Artistic 1st in Division 2
Level 3 Artistic 1st in Division 2
Level 4 Artistic 5th in Division 2
Level 6 Artistic 6th overall

Thank you to all our Artistic and Rhythmic coaches, in particular; Rachel Weiner, Head Rhythmic coach and Glen Hay, Head Artistic coach.

Sports Choice Forms 2020

Parents should have received by email Sports Choice Forms for 2020. If you have not received this to date, please check in your ‘spam’ or ‘junk’ mail.

Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Secondary News

IGSSA Gymnastics

Well done to the SCEGGS Gymnastics team who competed at the IGSSA Gymnastics Carnival at Rooty Hill last week. SCEGGS placed equal 9th overall with our neighbours at Ascham.

Well done to the following girls on some outstanding results.

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Rhythmic Gymnastics Highlights

Congratulations to Laura DaviesAisha ImtarnasanHannah JamesMadison LiewIlana Patkar and Sally Webster who competed in the Rhythmic Gymnastics competition.

Level 4

Hannah James: Rope 3rd, Freehand 2nd, Ball 4th

Level 5

Ilana Patkar: Rope 2nd, Ball 5th, Ribbon 4th

Madison Liew: Rope 4th, Ball 1st, Ribbon 3rd

Level 6

Aisha Imtarnasan: Rope 7th, Ball 7th, Clubs 7th

Level 7

Sally Webster: Rope 6th, Clubs 7th, Freehand 7th

Level 8

Laura Davies: Ball 9th, Clubs 9th, Freehand 10th

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Milla Brown and Zara O'Shea

Artistic Gymnastics Highlights

SCEGGS had a small but enthusiastic group of girls who competed in the Artistic Gymnastic competition: Olga Giannikouris, Billie Palmer, Emma Talbot, Zara O’Shea and Milla Brown.

Level 3

Emma Talbot: Vault 13th

Level 6

Milla Brown: Floor 4th

Zara O’Shea: Vault 9th

 

Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

 

 

Primary Sport

PSSA Athletics

On 6 and 7 November Stella Argyrides, Abigail GraceIsla Hootman and Stella Manos will compete in the junior relay at the PSSA Athletics carnival. Coco Espie will also compete in the multi class discus, shot put and 100m. We wish them all the best of luck.

Saturday Sport Photos

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 Primary Basketball Team

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Primary Basketball Team

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Primary Soccer Team

 

Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Primary Sport

IPSHA Basketball and Year 3 Football

We had a great start to Term 4 Basketball and Football. Thank you to the parents and guardians who ensured the girls were at their venue 30 minutes before their game. Warm up is very important for injury prevention and preparation for the game. Please ensure your daughter has applied sunscreen if playing outdoors and has a large full water bottle.

 

Year 4 Basketball Team

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Year 6 Basketball Team

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IPSHA and IGSSA Gymnastics

Our Primary and Secondary gymnasts have been training all year attending various reginal, state and national championships throughout the year. We wish both teams the best of luck next week at their respective events. IPSHA 31 October and IGSSA 1 November.

IPSHA IGSSA
Nina   Genc          Olga   Giannikouris
Olivia   Roberts       Emma   Talbot
Lily-Mae   Cook       Ella   Bishop
Lucinda   Cook       Milla   Brown
Katerina   Giannikouris       Zara   O'Shea
Abigail   Tattersall       Hannah   James
Zoe   Lindner       Madison   Liew
Isobel   Murray       Ilana   Patkar
Meike   Bannister       Aisha   Imtarnasan
Ingrid   Weaver       Sally   Webster
Poppy   Hegarty       Laura   Davies
Emmeline   McLeod            
Emilia   Narev            
Abigail   Sauer            
Sarah   James            
Annalise   Zimmerle            
Zoe   Argyrides            
Sienna   Morris            
Olivia   Phillips            
Bronte   Treffiletti            
Stella   Wilson            
Isabella   Conroy            
Cassandra   Davies            
Georgia   Farrow            
Bianca   Hardge            
Lucia   Scala            

 


 
Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

Secondary Sport

Australian Interschools Equestrian
Congratulations to Claudia Woods who placed 12th overall at the Australian Interschools Equestrian Championships in the Eventing E95 class, held at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre. Claudia and her horse (Allegro Roccoco) performed particularly well in the Show Jumping and Cross-Country disciplines and did clear runs in both events.

NSW All Schools Touch Qualifiers – Years 7 & 8
SCEGGS sent a team of Year 7 & 8 Touch players to the Sydney Region of the NSW All School Touch Qualifiers held at Taren Point Touch Fields. The team lost the final to 1-0 to Heathcote High School. As runners up we are hoping for a wildcard to progress through to the NSW All Schools Finals in November. A massive thank you to Abby Burge who refereed all day at the competition.

The team that competed was: Zara Ibrahim, Tara Collins, Heavenly Dwyer, Maggie Harper, Sophie Davis, Gabriela Skettos, Milla Brown, Stella Hopkins, Emma Juneja, Indiana Meers, Gagara Farrawell, Olivia Ward and Jemima Daisy Smith.

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Touch Football 2Match Results
SCEGGS defeated Randwick 8-0
SCEGGS defeated Port Hacking Blue 3-2
SCEGGS lost to Heathcote 0-3
SCEGGS defeated Sylvania 8-0
SCEGGS defeated Meriden 7-1
SCEGGS defeated Port Hacking Red 3-0 Semi Final
SCEGGS lost to Heathcote 0-1 Final


SCEGGS Commitment to Sport
SCEGGS expects full commitment to both sports training and matches. Parents are required to write to Ms Allum and request leave if there is an unavoidable clash of commitments for a competition match. Unexplained absences from training and matches will result in disciplinary action and may exclude the student from further sporting activities at SCEGGS. If a student does not reach a minimum attendance requirement then the co-curricular activity will not appear on the student’s school report.

SCEGGS Father and Daughter Camps
A reminder that it is the expectation of the school that students who are attending father and daughter camps still attend their Saturday sporting fixtures. Your daughters have made a commitment to their team and to SCEGGS. It is unfair on fellow teammates and the opposition if the team forfeits due to a lack of players. It also reflects poorly on the reputation of SCEGGS within the community.

If students fail to maintain their commitment to school sporting teams then the future of such camps will be placed in question.

Halloween
A further reminder that students are not permitted to miss their regular sports training sessions next Thursday for Halloween. With daylight saving there is plenty of time to go trick or treating afterwards. Please do not contact the PDHPE Department requesting leave – our answer will be NO!

Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

 

 

 

 

Primary Sport

Gymnastics Camp
The following girls attended gymnastics camp on Thursday 10 October. They had great fun with some preparing for the upcoming IPSHA and IGSSA Competition in Week 3.

Georgia Scott Diya Shankar
Victoria Poniros Jessica Grace
Nina Genc Giselle Wharton
Isla Roberts Katerina Giannikouris
Olivia Roberts Isobel Murray
Olga Giannikouris Emma Talbot

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Co-curricular Sport
All co-curricular Sport commences this weekend. Please ensure your daughter is at her venue 30 mins prior to the start of her game for warm up. It is important the girls wear SCEGGS uniform only and have a full water bottle. Draws and venue details are available on Cognito (parent portal). 

 

 

Sue Phillips
Primary PDHPE and Sport Co-ordinator

 

Secondary Sport

Water Polo
Congratulations to Sienna Green who has been selected in the Australian All Schools Water Polo Team. Sienna will tour with the team in December. We wish her well with her training in the lead up to this tour.


SCEGGS will be sending buses to Frensham for our Saturday Water Polo fixtures on October 26. Please indicate numbers with Ms Axford in the Sports Department. 


Athletics
Well done to Alia Levi and Laura Roderick who competed at the NSW All Schools Athletics Championships. Alia placed 3rd in the 14 years shot put whilst Laura Roderick placed 6th in the final of the 16 years 800m. These are both excellent results.


Rhythmic Gymnastics
Congratulations to Ilana Patkar, Madison Liew, Cassandra Davies, Sally Webster and Laura Davies for their performances at the Australia Nationals Clubs Carnival held over Friday 20 – Wednesday 25 September at the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre, Queensland. This event brought gymnasts from all around Australia to compete.

Ilana Patkar (Level 5 Senior): 23rd in Freehand, 25th in Rope, 5th in Ball, 21st in Ribbon and 17/42 overall
Madison Liew (Level 5 Senior): 11th in Freehand, 7th in Rope, 18th in Ball, 37th in Ribbon and 20/42 overall
Cassandra Davies (Level 6 Junior):  18th in Freehand, 21st in Rope, 11th in Ball, 20th in Clubs and 18/21 overall
Sally Webster (Level 7 Junior): 12th in Freehand, 10th in Rope, 4th in Hoop, 8th in Clubs and 10/14 overall
Laura Davies (Level 8 Junior):  12th in Freehand, 6th in Rope, 12th in Ball, 7th in Clubs and 9/20 overall

Laura also placed 6th overall in the Level 8 combined Junior and Senior team division.


Fencing
Congratulations to Georgina Dandolo and Amelia Whelan who competed in the U’14 International Grand Prix Fencing Tournament during the holidays. The girls competed against various other competitors from Oceania and Asia.

In the foil event the girls won gold in the team event. Amelia won the gold medal in the individual event whilst Georgia placed 5th. Well done!

Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

 


Secondary Sport

Water Polo
Congratulations to Sienna Green who has been named in the Born 2002 Australian Water Polo Squad. The squad will be training over the next 12 months in the lead up to the 2020 FINA Youth Championships.

Equestrian
Good luck to Claudia Woods who is competing in Eventing at the Australian All Schools Equestrian Championships this weekend to be held at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre.

Fencing
Well done to the following girls on some excellent results at the Intermediate (Years 7-9) Schools National Championships.

Ilaria Roncolato won the bronze medal in the Women’s Individual Sabre.

In the team Foil Ishara Verdickt, Georgina Dandolo and Amelia Whelan won the Gold medal after defeating Sydney Girls High in the final.

In the Individual Foil Georgina Dandolo won the bronze medla and Amelia Whelan won Gold Medal.

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Netball Grand Final Results
Well done to all our teams who played in the IGSSA Netball Grand Finals on the weekend. Results were as follows:

SCEGGS 2 defeated Danebank 1   18-15   in Grade S05
SCEGGS 4 lost to St Catherine’s 3   28 -16   in Grade S10
SCEGGS 12 lost to Abbotsleigh 14   9 - 35   in Grade S18
SCEGGS 13 lost to Pymble Ladies’ 15   21 - 23   in Grade J03
SCEGGS 15 defeated Abbotsleigh 20   25 -24   in Grade J07
SCEGGS 16 defeated Pymble Ladies’ 19   24 – 19   in Grade J09
SCEGGS 19 defeated Meriden 14   24 - 21   in Grade J15

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NSWCIS Athletics Championships
SCEGGS had three students representing IGSSA compete at the NSWCIS Athletics Championships on Tuesday. All three competitors were successful in winning medals.

Eleanor Lawson placed 2nd in the 12 years 200m and 4th in the 12 years 100m

Tessa McCarthy placed 8th in the 13 years 200m and 3rd in the 13 years 400m

Samara Foulds placed 2nd in the 13 years Javelin

Good luck also to Alia Levi and Laura Roderick who are competing at the NSW All Schools Athletics Championships this week.

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Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

Primary Sport

Year 3 Minkey
Well done to our Year 3 girls who completed their Minkey hockey season on Saturday 21 September. The girls have developed some great skills over the season and displayed great teamwork and sportsmanship. Thank you to the coaches, Bonnie, Cat and Mrs Edwina Sweeney.

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Term 4 Co-curricular Sport
All Co-curricular Sport, except for Water Polo Skills, will commence on Monday 14 October. Saturday games will commence on 19 October.

IPSHA Basketball training venues next term will be as follows:
Years 5 & 6 Moore Park Basketball courts, Robertson Road. Pick up from the courts at 4:50pm or outside the SCEGGS Sports Hall at approximately 5:20pm.

Year 4 SCEGGS Sports Hall. Pick up at 5:00pm.

All team draws will be emailed to parents as soon as we receive them.

Sue Phillips
Primary Sport Co-ordinator

 

 


Secondary Sport

Netball Grand Finals
Good luck to all our Netball teams who are playing in the IGSSA Grand Finals on Saturday:

Teams Grade Venue

Teams   Grade   Venue
SCEGGS 2 vs Danebank 1   Grade S05   SCEGGS Sports Hall at 8am
SCEGGS 4 vs St Catherine’s 3   Grade S10   St Catherine’s Indoor 1 at 8am
SCEGGS 12 vs Abbotsleigh 14   Grade S18   Abbotsleigh Sports Hall 1 at 10am
SCEGGS 13 vs Pymble Ladies’ 15   Grade J03   SCEGGS Sports Hall at 10am
SCEGGS 15 vs Abbotsleigh 20   Grade J07   Abbotsleigh Sports Hall 2 at 9am
SCEGGS 16 vs Pymble Ladies’ 19   Grade J09   SCEGGS Sports Hall at 9am
SCEGGS 19 vs Meriden 14   Grade J15   Meriden Indoor 1 at 9am

Rhythmic Gymnastics
Congratulations to Ilana Patkar, Madison Liew, Cassandra Davies, Sally Webster and Laura Davies for their performances at the Levels 5-8 State Championships held on Saturday 7 – Sunday 8 September at Abbotsleigh.

Ilana Patkar (Level 5 Senior A):    12th in Rope, =7th in Ball, =14th in Ribbon and 13/31 overall
Madison Liew (Level 5 Senior B):    11th in Rope, 12th in Ball, 18th in Ribbon and 16/25 overall
Cassandra Davies (Level 6 Junior):   16th in Rope, 17th in Ball, 12th in Clubs and 15/19 overall
Sally Webster (Level 7 Junior):    9th in Freehand, 9th in Rope, 6th in Hoop, 8th in Clubs and 8/9 overall
Laura Davies (Level 8 Junior):   9th in Freehand, 8th in Rope, 11th in Ball, 12th in Clubs and =9/15 overall

Cassandra Davies also placed 2nd overall in the Level 6 Junior team division.

Good luck to all girls who are heading up to the Gold Coast to compete at the Nationals Club Championships.

Touch Trials dates:
Year 7 Trials
Friday September 20 – Rushcutters Bay
3:30pm – 5pm

Year 8/9 Touch Trials
Tuesday 24 September - Moore Park Synthetic Field
6.30am - 7.50am

Touch Skills
Tuesday September 24 – Moore Park Synthetic Field
6:30am-7:50am

Year 10 & 11 Trials and Senior A Trials
Monday September 25 – Moore Park Synthetic Field
6:30am-7:50am

Indoor Hockey Trials
Years 7, 8 & 9
Friday September 20 – SCEGGS Sports Hall
6:45am-8am

 

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Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

Primary Sport

CIS Athletics
Congratulations to the following girls who competed for IPSHA at the CIS Athletics Carnival on Thursday 12 September. Stella Argyrides, Bondi Barlow, Camille Coonan, Coco Espie, Abigail Grace, Isla Hootman, Stella Manos and Zara Torrance.

Congratulations to Stella Argyrides, Abigail Grace, Isla Hootman and Stella Manos who gained 3rd place in the Senior Relay and to Coco Espie who came 1st in the Multi Class shot put, 2nd in Multi Class discus and 3rd in the Multi Class 100m. This is an amazing achievement and these girls will progress to the NSWPSSA Athletics Carnival on 6 and 7 November.

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Years 4-6 IPSHA Basketball Trials
IPSHA Basketball trials will be held on the following date:

Date: Tuesday 24 September, Week 10
Venue: Moore Park Netball and Basketball Courts
Moore Park, Cnr Robertson & Lang Road.

Girls will need to have a water bottle and SCEGGS Basketball top (available in the School Shop).

Pick up from the venue is at 4:50pm or from the SCEGGS Sports Hall at approximately 5:20pm.

Year 3 Football Trials
Year 3 Football Trials will be held on:

Date: Tuesday 24th September, Week 10
Venue: Moore Park All-Weather Turf Field. Parking on Robertson Road.

Girls will need to have a water bottle, shin pads and long SCEGGS sports socks (socks available in the School Shop).
Pick up from the venue is at 4:50pm or from the SCEGGS Sports Hall at approximately 5:20pm.

IPSHA Years 4-6 Touch Football
We have had a great season of Touch Football. Thank you to the coaches, parents and especially the girls for their efforts over the term. It was wonderful to see improvement in all teams and some excellent sportsmanship displayed by our girls. There will not be any games on Saturday 21 September.

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Family Fun Run
Congratulations to Annabelle Jessup who ran the 3.5km Family Fun Run over the Harbour Bridge on Sunday 15 September. She finished with a time of 18 minutes 58 seconds. She came 30th out of 1,202 finishers for her age group (females under the age of 12).

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Primary PE Lessons Term 4
In Term 4 Kindergarten to Year 6 will be involved in Swimming during their PE lessons.

K to Year 2: wear a one-piece swimming costume and bring goggles, cap and towel.
Years 3-6: wear SCEGGS Swimming costume, a cap, goggle and towel.

Please ensure all items of clothing are named. All classes will go by bus to and from the pool.

Sue Phillips
Primary Sport Co-ordinator

 

 

Secondary Sport

Cycling
On Saturday Olivia Kibble rode in the 108km Letape Cycle Event in Jindabyne - run by the Tour de France. She was the sole junior female rider and rode for just over 5 hours. She conquered the Beloka Climb coming 32 out of 201 females and 153 out of 941 out of all the riders, in a ride which was described in the SMH as “brutal”. Well done Olivia on this remarkable achievement.

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Results from Easts Touch Grand Finals
Junior Grade B     SCEGGS 7 defeated Wenona 11 8-2 
Year 7 Grade B SCEGGS 14 lost to Loreto Kirribilli 8    
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Junior Grade G SCEGGS 10 defeated Ascham 11 3-2
Senior Grade G SCEGGS 5 lost to Ascham 5 2-4
Senior Grade E SCEGGS 3 defeated Ascham 4 6-2

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IGSSA Water Polo
Well done to the SCEGGS 2 team who finished equal first in Grade S06 in the IGSSA Water Polo competition. SCEGGS 4 were also runners up in Grade J07.

 

Hornsby-Kuringai District Tennis Association
Congratulations to SCEGGS 2 who finished in 1st place in Grade S7. SCEGGS 3 also finished 1st in Grade S8. Well done to all players!

 

Futsal
Well done to SCEGGS 1 Futsal team who were narrowly defeated in Senior Division 1 grand final by Kincoppal Rose Bay on Friday evening. The match a very even with the score 4-5 at the completion of the game.

 

Indoor Hockey
Good luck to our U’18 Indoor Hockey team who play in their grand final on Wednesday evening.


 Alison Gowan
Director of Sport

Primary Sport

IPSHA Years 4-6 Football 2019
On Saturday 2 February, we will have our first training session for the 2019 year at Moore Park Turf fields (Near the cnr Robertson and Lang Rd). We will also be trialling some of the girls who have had injuries this year and will decide final teams in Week 2 of Term 1.

 Time: Year 4: 8.00am-9.30am   and   Years 5 & 6: 9.30am-11.00am
Wear: SCEGGS sports uniform, shin pads, long SCEGGS socks and trainers or boots                 
(Football boots are not compulsory)
Bring: Large water bottle, sunscreen
Wet Weather In case of wet wether please check SCEGGS twitter                            
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The first Tuesday training session will be on Tuesday 5 February at Moore Park Turf Fields (Near the cnr Robertson and Lang Rd). The girls will catch the bus from SCEGGS and can be picked up at 4.50pm at Moore Park or approximately 5.20pm outside the Sports Hall in Forbes Street.

Please ensure your daughter has a healthy snack, i.e. fruit or cheese and biscuits, no chips etc. and a large water bottle.

 

Year 3 Basketball 2019
Year 3 Basketball will start with two weeks of training and learning the rules of the game.

Training Dates:   Saturday 2 Feb and Saturday 9 Feb in the SCEGGS Sports Hall from 8.00am – 10.30am.            

Matches will commence on Saturday 16 Feb at SCEGGS.

Tuesday 5 Feb will be the first after school training session in the SCEGGS Sports Hall. The girls will be collected from their classroom at 3.10pm and taken to the Sports Hall. They will have a snack before commencing the session. Please ensure your daughter has a large water bottle as well.

Wear: SCEGGS Sports uniform and sport shoes

Bring: Large water bottle and healthy snack, i.e. fruit or cheese and biscuits, no chips etc.

 

Sue Phillips
Primary Sport and PDHPE Co-ordinator