On Wednesday 24th July, our junior, intermediate and senior teams once again represented our College with excellent sportswomanship and pride. All teams played incredibly well in what was a very exhausting day for them. We are very proud of their efforts and achievements.
The girls played incredibly well winning all 7 of their round games proceeding to the semi finals. After a close first half, we were successful in taking the win against OLMC and progressing to the grand final playing Marian Catholic College. The girls were able to finish off the day with another win in the grand final meaning they were undefeated throughout the whole competition. It was an incredible effort from the girls, they showed great sportsmanship and gave every game 110%.
Thank you to Mikayla Cooper of Year 9 who umpired for the junior team throughout the day, and the wonderful parents who came along to support the girls and help umpire and score.
The team consisted of:
Well done ladies. Such a great achievement and you should be incredibly proud of yourselves.
Mrs Tenniel Todd
We dominated in most of our games and were undefeated all day except for the grand final. Unfortunately, we lost our grand final match which was an absolute nailbiter to watch and an excellent exhibition of the extremely talented netballers at our College.
I would like to once again especially thank Caitlin Maher of Year 9 who was our team umpire for the day. Thank you Caitlin. A big thank you also to Mr Preston who provided a shade shelter as well as being our back-up scorer for the day.
The team consisted of:
Game 1: CCC verse Cerdon - WIN 8-4
Game 2: CCC verse Xavier - WIN 19-8
Game 3: CCC verse St Clares - WIN 22-4
Game 4: CCC verse Emmaus - WIN 22-7
Game 5: CCC verse Marian - WIN 15-13
Game 6: CCC verse Nagle - WIN 20-6
Semifinal: CCC verse Catherine McAuley - WIN 23-13
Grand final: CCC verse Marian - LOSS 20-18.
I am so incredibly proud of this team and all of their efforts. Well done ladies!!
Mrs Suzanne Muscat
Congratulations to the Senior team for a successful PDSSSC carnival. The girls played well, rotating throughout various positions highlighting their versatility and teamwork throughout the day. We successfully won all but one of our pool games and advanced through to the Semi Final against Marian College. After taking the lead in the first half and putting up a great fight they were unfortunately beaten, ending a great carnival for the girls. It was a pleasure working with these ladies and I look forward to our next carnival together.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Samantha Gallen for stepping in at short notice to fill umpiring duties on the day. She did an exceptional job and is commended for her efforts.
The senior team consisted of:
Mrs Desley Hodges