ACC Athletics Carnival Update
The 2019 ACC Division 1 Athletics Carnival is being held next Wednesday 18 September at the WA Athletics Stadium.
Confidence and self-belief are a major factor in performance, and this has been built up with weeks of hard work on the training track. Athletes have also formed a solid fitness base through their Winter Club Sports as well as external training groups. There is great spirit in the team this year and we go into the carnival confident of giving of our best and looking forward to the challenge of competing with the best schools.
Upcoming Training and Events
- Monday 16/9 PCG: Full Team Meeting
- Monday 16/9 Period 4: Relay Practice
- Tuesday 17/9: Team Pasta Lunch
- Wednesday 18/9: ACC Div 1 Carnival
On the carnival day, all competitors are required to meet at the College Sports Complex at 7.00am dressed in the full College Physical Education Uniform (white socks, college tracksuit). The students will be given a College Athletics singlet and competitor number before being bussed to the stadium at 7.45am for our team warm up.
First events commence at 9.00am. The students will return to the College for a normal 3.15pm dismissal.
Team members are to bring food and drink for the entire day as there will be no canteen facilities and they should be prepared for all weather conditions (College hat and College tracksuit). All team members are aware of what events they are competing in and should prepare themselves accordingly.
As is the nature of these events, it is necessary to list a number of students as reserves. We understand that those who miss out will be disappointed, however their contribution over weeks of solid training is highly regarded by teachers, coaches and peers. Reserves should still prepare to compete as there are always changes to the team on the day.
Years 3-6 Athletics Carnival
Congratulations to all our Year 3-6 students on a competitive day of athletics. It was very successful carnival with students engaged all day in track and field events as well as novelty events and ball games. Students showcased their athletic skills and celebrated the achievements of their team. Click here to read more and see more photos from the day.
- Annabel Lynch Year 3 Green has just finished competing on the Gold Coast representing WA, winning both the 8-9 years black belt traditional poomsae (patterns) and 8-11 years black belt freestyle poomsae as well as earning a silver medal in 8-9 years black belt sparring in her weight division.
Newman Sporting Association News
Newman Knights Hockey Club
Congratulations to all teams who are playing finals. NKHC are delighted with the J11/12B boys who took out the Minor Premiership. Their Semi-Final fixture is yet to be confirmed, but is likely to be on Friday 13 September at 6.00pm, HBF Turf, Joondalup vs North Coast Raiders. We will let you know when the fixtures are confirmed.
We also have one senior team left in contention, the O35 Div 4 women, which features Newman College’s very own Mrs Margaret Goldsmith, Coordinator of Music. The game is at 8.30pm on Wednesday night vs Fremantle at the newest hockey turf in Perth, the Lakelands Hockey and Sporting Facility in South Lake.
Good luck to everyone!
Newman Holy Rosary Raiders Basketball Club
Raiders have 8 teams playing in grand finals this weekend.
- Friday, 6:30pm: Girls U14-5 SU227 vs RA627
- Friday, 7:30pm: Girls U16-1 SC461 vs RA631
- Saturday, 9:00am: Boys U16-5 RA684 vs SU276
- Saturday, 10:30am: Boys U14-3 CC352 vs RA664;
- Saturday, 10:30am: Boys U14-7 RA666 vs RA680;
- Saturday, 10:30am: Boys U16-3 RA683 vs CB170
- Saturday, 1:30pm: Boys, U16-2 CC380 vs RA685
The Semi-Finals were very hard fought with at least four of our teams losing by only a few points. Our fingers are crossed for several wins this weekend! The teams have all fought very hard for their positions this year.
Good luck to all teams.
Newman Siena Netball Club
NSNC have seven teams all vying for the chance to play in Grand Finals the following week. It’s hard to say exactly who will make it through as I believe every side has an excellent chance of progressing. Every NSNC side mentioned has beaten their opponent at some point during the season.
The teams represent the following school year groups:
- Ambers – Y7 (2)
- Amethysts – Y7 (3)
- Onyx – Y9 (3)
- Gold – Y9 (1)
- Quartz – Y10 (3)
- Pearls – Y10 (2)
- Opals – Y10 (1)
On behalf of NSNC, congratulations to all NSA associated teams that made it into finals, we wish you all the very best for the coming week. We hope all other teams enjoyed their respective seasons.
Marist Football Club
Coach Matt Angus will lead the U17’s into the Grand Final this weekend. The match is expected to be a tough contest against very talented rivals Quinns Rock. All spectators are welcome to come along and support the boys.
The match is being played at Claremont Oval this Sunday at 3.00pm.