Coaches’ reports – Field Hockey and Soccer

Written by SMC Administrator. Posted in News, Sport/Activity Featured, Sport/Activity News, Timeline

Quarter Field Hockey, Blue

Coach: Alistair Williams

The team has come a long way in such a short season. Everyone is trying super hard and having lots of fun. Those who are new to hockey have made some major strides and have contributed to the team. I’m not sure what they will miss more at the end of the season – the hockey or the lolly snakes at the end of the game!

Photo: Front, L-R: Harper Bowerman, Phoebe Webb, Laycie Read, Charlie Booth, Sebastian Williams, Toby Webb and Huntar Gittus. Back: Alistair Williams (Coach)

U6 Girls CRJFA (Soccer)

Coaches: Tania and Brett Hayes

For their first ever go at soccer, these girls are having the best time and are seriously the sweetest girls on the ground. Lots of giggles and standing around chatting is a blast to watch. We love watching these girls improve each week.

Photo: Front, L-R: Alexis Archibald, Quinn McKenzie, Angel Aboud and Lucy Stauffer. Back, L-R: Eloise Riley, Macey Hayes, Josie Toms. Absent: Giselle Knaj

 

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The SMC 1st grade Hockey team won last Thursday night against Friends 3-1. This will see them play the grand final against Mount Carmel College tomorrow, Thursday 27 June at 4.00pm.

Spotlight on Sport – Netball

Written by SMC Administrator. Posted in Featured News, News, Sport/Activity Featured, Sport/Activity News, Timeline

Term 2 rosters are now well and truly underway with a range of sports taking place virtually every afternoon of the week.

This year we have 16 teams participating in five different sports and it’s great to see all the girls having a go regardless of their ability or prior experience. At St Mary’s we encourage all of our students to try something new, whether this is a sport, cultural or other co-curricular activity, why not give it a try?!

This newsletter’s Spotlight On Sport is all about Senior School netball.

St Mary’s has a long and rich history in netball and the 11 teams we have across all the Southern SATIS grades this year is proof of that. It is great to see so many girls having fun with their friends and win or lose, St Mary’s is proud of your commitment. Of course, none of this would be possible without our wonderful parents and we would like to thank you for all your support and assistance in transporting, scoring and coaching. Not to mention our Year 11 and 12 students who are helping out with coaching or umpiring as well! It is great to have you involved and the girls appreciate the time and effort you put in.

Best of luck to all the teams for the rest of the season ahead. We hope you enjoy the experience and continue to be involved in all the wonderful opportunities we have to offer at St Mary’s.

Mia Blignaut
Senior School Sport Coordinator

The Fountain Newsletter – Wednesday 26 June

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Book now for Year 7 College tours

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St Mary’s College welcomes new families interested in a Year 7 enrolment to attend a tour on the following dates. Please email enrol@smc.tas.edu.au to reserve your tour place.

Wednesday 26 June

  • 9.40am
  • 11.00am
  • 1.40pm

Wednesday 3 July 

  • 9.40am
  • 11.00am
  • 1.40pm

If these times do not suit you, Enrolment Officer, Fiona Medwin, will contact you during Term 3 to reschedule.

Year 9 elective students get a taste of business

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Year 9 Business Studies students will operate six stalls on the College Green on Thursday 20 June at recess and lunch (smoothie sales also available before school).

Students have been busily preparing for the $20 Boss program during Term 2. This program has been funded by the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) and gives each student $20 of start-up capital to create, launch and operate their own enterprise.

Please note there is a 150cm height restriction on the zorb balls.

Profits will go to a selected St Mary’s College charity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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