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Week 5 - Term 3, 2013: SPORT NEWS
SPORT NEWS

 Sport Reports:
ISA Netball
ISA Hockey
ISA Girls’ Football
ISA Boys’ Football
ISA Rugby
ISA Tennis
Prep Rugby
Prep Football
Prep Netball
Prep Hockey

Sports Newsletters

Sports Fixtures

 

ISA Netball

CCGS Firsts 53  defeated St Spyridon's 41
CCGS Intermediate C 32 were defeated by St Spyridon's  54
CCGS Senior B (Div 5) 40 defeated Oakhill 31
CCGS Junior A 51 defeated BMGS 18
CCGS Junior B 38 defeated BMGS 10

 We now have three teams competing in the Semi Finals this weekend at Penrith Stadium.

Good luck to the Firsts, who take on Barker, Senior Bs who play St Paul's and Intermediate C who play St Spyridon's . Enjoy the games girls!

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ISA Hockey

Congratulations on a great last round at BMGS on the weekend.

Open A had a bye
Open C BMGS defeated CCGS 1-0
Jun A CCGS defeated BMGS 5-0
Jun B CCGS defeated BMGS 4-0

Saturday 17th August  is the Semi Finals at Moorebank.

All teams will make the finals and please take note of the game times.

There will be NO bus travelling to the venue and all players should aim to get there 1 hour before the game. Please allow time for traffic.

Game times for this weekend are

Saturday 17th August
Jun B – 9.00am – 10.00am
Open C – 10.20am – 11.35am
Jun A – 11.50am – 1.00pm
Open A – 2.45pm – 4.00pm

Saturday 24th August
Jun A – 9.00am – 10.15am
Jun B – 9.00am – 10.15am
Open C – 10.45am – 12.00pm
Open A – 12.30pm – 2.00pm

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ISA Girls’ Football

CCGS Girls 1st Xl defeated Chevalier College 2-1
CCGS Girls Open B defeated Chevalier College 2-0
CCGS Girls Junior A drew with Chevalier College 1-1
CCGS Girls Junior B were defeated by Chevalier College 3-1

All semi-finals are being played this weekend at Blacktown International Sports Park Eastern Road, Rooty Hill

CCGS Junior B v Redlands 2 at 8.30am
CCGS Junior A v Redlands 1 at 9:45am
CCGS Girls 1st Xl v Barker College at 1:30pm

Good luck to all Teams!

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ISA Boys’ Football

CCGS Boys 14s drew with BMGS 3-3
CCGS Boys 15s defeated BMGS 4-1
CCGS 1st Xl Boys forfeited to BMGS CCGS

The Game times and venues for the semi-finals this weekend are as follows:

CCGS Boys 14s V Oxley College at Chevalier College, 10am
CCGS Boys 15s V St Patricks College at CCGS, 9am
CCGS Boys 1st Xl V St Spyridons at Heffron Park field 1 Maroubra at 8.30am

Good luck to all Teams!

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ISA Rugby

Results for Saturday 10th August v All Saints College in Bathurst

CCGS 1st XV (43) defeated All Saints College 10
CCGS 15s (12) lost to All Saints College (50)
CCGS 14s (50) defeated All Saints College (7)
CCGS 13s  (19) lost to All Saints College (50)

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ISA Tennis

Results from Round 10 vs St Andrews Cathedral School

Division 4
CCGS won 7 sets to 1

Division 6
CCGS won 7 sets to 1

Division 8
CCGS lost 7 sets to 1

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Prep Rugby

Here are the final Prep Rugby results for the season with the convenor’s report following. Thanks for all your support during the year!

Under 9s 20  lost to Sydney Grammar Edgecliff 40
Under 10s 17 lost to Newington Lindfield 19

From the Prep Rugby Convenor

What a sensational finish to the season it was with superb weather and two cracking games played. The Mighty Nines put in their best effort by tackling with a lot of venom and scoring four slashing tries while the Terrific Tens lost narrowly 19-17  in a superb contest that featured tough defence, aggressive rucking and some brilliant running play. Well done boys – you saved your best till last! The end of season barbecue was also a great success with all players and parents from the home and visiting sides appreciating the opportunity to discuss Rugby.

At this point, I’d like to thank a number of people. The coaching staff of Mr Dobbin and Mr McLoughlin showed great commitment and expertise, managers Mrs Holden and Mrs Comber did a lot of fantastic work behind the scenes and our referees, led by our officiating guru, Mr Gross,  provided wonderful support. It was a thoroughly enjoyable season and congratulations to everyone involved! I hope to see all players return in 2014 for more fun and success in this great game of Rugby!

Mr D.

Under 9's Report

 

 

 

 

 

The last game of the 2013 season saw the under 9s do battle with Sydney Grammar Edgecliff on CCGS rugby oval 3. What a magnificent morning to play rugby! Once again, a huge contingent of CCGS supporters crowded the sideline to encourage our team. Thank you everyone for making the effort and a special thank you to Mrs Vallis for coming along and giving her support.

As it was the last game of the season, it was decided we should play 13 a side, which meant everyone was on the field – no reserves. The players were elated and what a great game they had! Unfortunately, the under 9s did not win but they played their best game of the season and never gave up.

Sarah did a great job as captain, mustering the troops and directing play. Austin, Sam, Spencer, Baxter and Jake all ran the ball up well with some solid runs. Our tackling was improved with Austin, Jackson and Lochi all responsible for some great chase downs and tackles. Jules and River both showed great determination in not giving up the ball, fighting to retain possession. The team combined well in rucks and mauls with some great pushing from Declan, Spencer and Finn.

All up, the under 9s managed fours tries – two to Toby, and one each to Austin and Sam. A tremendous improvement over our first game and a great way to end the season. All our players should be proud of the improvements they have made over the season. Most of them had not played rugby before and Coach Dobbins, Mr McLoughlin and Josh Bridges should be commended and thanked for the knowledge they have imparted and the patience they have shown in coaching the under 9s. Thank you also to Mr Atherton for assisting at training. Rugby is not a game that can be mastered in a season, perhaps not even in a lifetime, but thanks to you, our team has started their journey. A journey on which they will not only learn rugby skills but skills for life – confidence, trust, respect, humility, camaraderie and team work. After such a wonderful morning of rugby, it was great to be able to get together with the under 10s and our visitors for a celebratory sausage sizzle under the trees and enjoy the vision splendid!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Captain: Sarah Schofield, Vice Captain: River Wright
Best and Fairest Player Points: 3 – Austen Atherton, Sam Wolstenholme, Toby Kitchen; 2 – Lochi Mcbride; 1 – Finn Lawler

 Under 10's Report

 

 

 

 

 

What a way to end the season! This was the best game that we have played all season and were leading for half the game. All players should feel very proud of themselves and each other. Everyone played with great passion and determination, playing to win.

This week we displayed finesse in the ruck, stepping over and pushing over with strength and focus. Our scrums were solid maintaining possession for our feed and gaining possession from many of the Newington feeds. Newington came back hard with determination in the second half and had a couple of lucky breaks to narrowly win 19-17 against us.

We moved up the field much better again this week as well as demonstrating good tackling technique, showing our growth over the season as both players and as a team. We do need to continue our practice of focus of tackling around the legs and not grabbing for the jersey. Something to practice in the off season!

Real skill was shown this week by Seb, scoring three tries and converting one. Great team work helped the ball move down the field to get there to pass to Seb. What team work!

A very big thank you to our Parents and family, who continued to support us each week. A special thanks to the great barbecue helpers Cameron Jenkins and Andrew Comber for setting up and preparing the sausage sandwiches on behalf of the under 10’s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Captains: Hudson Bush and Ellis Murray Vice Captain: Jack Jenkins
Best and Fairest Player Awards:– Seb Plummer – Hamish Comber, Hudson Bush and Jesse Venner – Hugh Wassall, Oliver Peres and Tim Wilkins.

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Prep Football

CCGS 7 def Kings 0

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Prep Netball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CCGS Goalies vs. KIN Tigerz
Player of the match goes to both Mia Hansen GS and Lily Wood GA
CCGS Goalies played a great against the KIN Tigerz and enjoyed a well-deserved win with the Goalies doing a fantastic job getting the ball down the court. Mia Hansen as GS and Lily Wood GA played great in the circle as a result they earned the team many successful goals. The team displayed great team spirit and they are all developing their netball skills very well. This is a team to watch in years to come.

CCGS Grinners Vs Green Point Dragonflies
Player of the Match: Isabel Fanning
 A strong game played by the Grinners on the weekend against the Dragonflies. Isabel earned herself most improved player of the match by listening closely and applying her skills with confidence on the court. Abby was fast on her feet finding open spaces and Kate was great support in center court, making fast, smooth passes down to the goal circle. Brooke stuck to her opposition with enthusiasm and determination and Zoe has been showing terrific skills and concentration on the game. Sophie had some difficult circumstances in the last quarter of the game and Layla had to play with a bruised foot but their strength and resilience helped them make it through the game. Well done to all players for a great game played by all.

CCGS Gizmos defeated Kincumber Cheetahs 21-11
Player of the Match: Molly Venables
The Gizmos saw a major challenge by the Cheetahs in the first quarter, struggling to get the ball in their goal third and the Cheetahs shooters sinking nearly every shot. Gizmos were down 2-6 so the defence was strengthened with repositioning and this allowed them to catch up to 6-7 by half time. Constant defence, accurate passing and fast, smart game play allowed the Gizmos to power home to an amazing 21-11 win.  Player of the Match, Molly Venables showed great form, always finding space and passing accurately to her team mates. Awesome game Gizmos!

CCGS Geckoes Vs. OUR Penguins 22-11
Player of the week: Katie and Bianca
The Geckoes retained their undefeated title this week with a hard won game against the Penguins. In spite of being tired after a busy week of athletics at school all the girls put in a big effort to ensure a win. The two players of the week, Bianca and Katie have both really listened at training and it was evident on Saturday with both having a great attacking and passing game. Special mention also goes to Paris who after a nasty accident the week before was back playing with her usual skill and had a great game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Prep Hockey

Grammar Gold were defeated 5 – 0 by Norah Head on Saturday. With a very slow start grammar were trailing 4 – 0 by half time. With some motivation from parents and tactical advice from the coach the second half was more evenly contested. Rhiannon Brown in goalie was easily Grammar's best players saving more than a dozen attempts for goal. Great effort Grammar Gold!

Grammar Green had a bye this weekend.

Games for this weekend 17th August have changed, Grammar Green play at 7:45 and Grammar Gold have a bye

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Sports Fixtures

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Contact Us

Email:
info@ccgs.nsw.edu.au

Website:
www.ccgs.nsw.edu.au

MyCCGS:
my.ccgs.nsw.edu.au

Address:
Arundel Road
Erina Heights NSW 2260

Phone:
4367 6766

 
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