If you are a gymnast outside of school
And would like to compete at CSSA, the following event is coming up.
CSSA Primary & Secondary State Gymnastics – Levels only
Date: Thursday 19 June 2014
Venue: Sports Centre – Sydney Olympic Park
If you are interested email your name, date of birth, class, gym level and past experience and you can be considered for the WCCS team this year.
I arrived in the morning at Mamre Anglican College filled with excitement. It was a hot day with a muddy field, which I didn’t like. It was very squishy and I got really dirty.
Shortly after arrival, they split us up into five groups. My team lost one game, draw one game and won the remaining five games. There were a lot of good players with a lot of talent. I enjoyed it. Near the end of the day, after lunch, the selectors picked their top 30 players to play possible vs probable for the CSSA soccer team. Unfortunately, I didn’t make it to that round this year but I enjoyed the experience very much and would love to try out again.
Anthony R (Year 4)
On the 24th of February I had the opportunity to represent our school and the CSSA at the CIS primary tennis trials at Pymble Ladies College (PLC). When I arrived at the school I felt excited to be at PLC representing my school and to play well. We played a four game round robin. I made it through to the final eight but unfortunately lost in the quarterfinals. At the end of the day I was really happy and tired. I thought I played really well and what mattered most to me that I had a fun time and made some new friends!
Sonia J- 6M
Congratulations to everyone for an excellent and enjoyable carnival. The Primary Swimming Carnival 2014 was a great success thanks to all the participants, parents and staff who came along and enjoyed themselves.
It was a good day of competition. Sportsmanship was seen at every stage of each event, at the start words, of encouragement for a good race and a the finish line, shaking of hands and congratulations to the winners. Well done Carey students.
The grandstands were a hive of activity. Chanting and excitement were visible and loud! It was great to see.
The house points competition was as fierce as each race, however, there could only be one winner. The winner was
Well done CRAMNER on a good win.
Thanks again to everyone who made the day run smoothly and praise God for the weather.