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Week 8 - Term 4, 2013

ISA Girls’ Basketball
ISA Boys’ Basketball
Prep Tennis


ISA Girls’ Basketball

Open A defeated Barker College 45-31
Open B were defeated by St. Paul’s Grammar School 11-47
Intermediates defeated St. Paul’s Grammar School 34-7
Junior A (1) defeated St. Paul’s Grammar School 23-17
Junior A (2) were defeated by St. Paul’s Grammar School 15-42
Junior B defeated St. Paul’s Grammar School 43-6

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ISA Boys’ Basketball

Firsts were defeated by St Stanislaus College 61-89
17’s were defeated by St Stanislaus College 21-51
15’s defeated St Stanislaus College 37-33
14 Green were defeated by St Stanislaus College 26-58
14 Gold were defeated by St. Pius X College 11-58
13 Green defeated St Stanislaus College 42-19
13 Gold were defeated by St Pius X College 27-32

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Year 3 Under 11’s Gold
CCGS Gold 5/84 def. Narara 5/47
Our boys batted first in very soggy and humid conditions. Mat Banovich had an outstanding game hitting 20 runs that included three boundaries before retiring. We also welcomed back Charlie Anderson who also made a valuable 20 runs. It was a terrific team effort with both Finn Harris and Lachie Gammie contributing in the field and Jonah Watman stepping up with some wonderful glove work behind the wickets. Huge thanks goes to Max Rattray and Hamish Comber for joining us at late notice.  The coaches are looking forward to another great session on the synthetic pitch on Wednesday afternoon. Due to the Year 3 Surf Fun Day on Tuesday Mr Watman will not be taking the lunch bowling session.

Year 4 Under 11’s Green – No report provided

Year 5 Under 13’s Gold
Like many other games in the region at the weekend the match between UG Gold U13s and Terrigal Gold was washed out early in the UG Gold innings.  Terrigal Gold batted first and were 6/110 after their 25 overs.  The old bogey of the no-ball returned on Saturday with 50 sundries being conceded, making the run chase a bigger challenge.  When rain washed out play the UG Gold boys were 3/22.  There were some tidy bowling performances with Josh Massie-Brahams 2/9, Jack Warden 2/3, Robert Bacon 1/4 and Jack Harrison 1/10.  Catches were taken by Josh Massie-Brahams 2, Robert Bacon 1 and Isaac Chase 1.

Year 6 Under 13’s Green
U13 Green Cricket report 23/11/2013 (Rory Hingerty – Captain)
The cricket game on Saturday was smashing. We batted first and achieved a solid score of 5 for 133. Charles retired on 31 an almost hit a six. Tyson Male got a solid score of 27. Charles and Tyson were opening batsmen and hit a smashing partnership of almost 90. Alex was unlucky enough to get a duck. Mitch was 5 not out. In bowling, we were taunted by the rain, but the play resumed. Anna Battersby opened the bowling and narrowly missed middle stump by centimetres more than a couple of times. We had them tied down for runs as the drinks break fell. Ethan was the wicket keeper after drinks and he did an outstanding job. Lucas and Charles both took catches. The extra overs were given to Lachie, myself, Tysion and Alex. We had them at 6 for 32. The man of the match was Charles for retiring and taking a great catch. We beat the opposition, Wyong, by 101 runs.

Year 7 Under 15 Gold – No report provided

Year 8 Under 15 Green
Umina Grammar Green 4/146 (dec) defeated The Entrance 89. Weekly Highlights: Kross Brennan 2/2, James Husband 2/4 and Alex Herford 2/7. Superb batting by Mitchell Cooney 58 and James Husband 30. Congratulations to the entire team who displayed outstanding commitment and focus to secure an impressive win. Our appreciation to the CCGS grounds staff for ensuring the field not only playable, after such torrential rain, but the impressive manner in which the grounds were presented. Thank you to Mr Gornall, Mr Cooney and Mr Murphy for assisting with setup and umpiring duties this week.

First XI
After a week of heavy rain, the CCGS ground staff did a sensational job preparing the pitch and drying the outfield to ensure the Firsts had the chance to play on Saturday when most Central Coast grounds were unplayable. CCGS won the toss and chose to bat, and made a great start, on 1/36 after 12 overs with Peter Schmidt and Adam Corby both not out on 14. However, dark clouds were on the horizon, and a thunder and lightning storm saw all players and spectators seek cover. Unfortunately due to the continuing rain the match had to be abandoned, but not before both teams tucked into a brilliant lunch prepared by the parents. Well done to all members of the team on the improvement they have shown this year.

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Prep Tennis

With six players missing Friday’s competition due to the Father’s and Children’s Camp, much reorganisation was necessary. Thank you to those parents who informed me early that their son/daughter would be unavailable for play.

Play on Friday was exceptional, especially the games involving Mitchell Battersby and Joshua Dickford, where some matches went to 5-5, deuce and then match point. Once again, tremendous sportsmanship was shown by all players.

An upcoming pizza luncheon will be enjoyed by players from both Term 1 and Term 4. This is just a way to celebrate a great year of tennis and to recognise our player of the year. As in previous notes, students who played for both terms will also receive a small participation trophy. A permission note will be coming home this week.

Results for last Friday’s games were:
Division 1
(Burridge) / Maljers  defeated Battersby / Dickford  16-16, 2-1
Irvine-Rundle / Howard defeated M Rosine / (Kelly) 18-3
Brice, Soni, D Rosine forfeited due to camp
Division 2
Douglass/Holden defeated Gladman / (Battersby) 16-9
Norman, N Band forfeited due to camp
Geselle left without anyone to play with
P Band and G Thomas on a bye

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