Competitive Sport

Competitive Sport

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There are only two more rounds to go before finals matches this season, so we wish all teams the best of luck this week.

There were some close games last Friday and a special mention must go to the Junior B Boys who went down by two points in a final second thriller! The boys played well as a team and clawed their way back into the game, but just fell short in the end.

It was also great to see the rest of our Junior and Intermediate teams coming along well and enjoying themselves. Unfortunately, the Intermediate A Girls have to forfeit their game this week due to the Year 9 camp but are aiming to be back for their final game of the season next Friday.


Both the Junior Boys and Girls played Good Shepherd Lutheran College this week. Well done to the Junior Boys who had a great 8-2 win in their game, with Angus Friend named MVP. The Junior Girls continue to improve with each week’s game. Unfortunately, they went down 2-6 in yesterday’s game but put in a strong team performance.

Rugby 7s

Our Under 13 and Open Boys and Girls teams played on Wednesday night in the SCISSA Rugby 7’s competition with the Under 15 teams having a bye.

Results from the night were as follows:

  • Under 13 Boys – Played three games, winning two.
  • Under 13 Girls – Had the opportunity to play on the main Sunshine Coast Stadium field where Melbourne Storm have been playing their games, which they were very excited about. They played three games and had two close losses and a draw.
  • Under 18 Boys – Recorded a very strong win against Nambour Christian College, before pushing Sunshine Coast Grammar all the way to go down by one try in their second game.
  • Under 18 Girls – Played well on the night but unfortunately were unable to record a win in their three games.

Pacific Pulse Surf Contest

On Wednesday, we once again hosted the Pacific Pulse Surf Contest at Currimundi Beach. The contest has been running for 15 years and is a highlight on the surfing calendar for many primary school surfers from around the Sunshine Coast.

Surfers from Pacific, Buddina State School, Talara Primary College, Caloundra State School, Our Lady of the Rosary and Good Shepherd Noosa all participated on the day. The standard of surfing displayed was exceptional with state and national ranked boys and girls tearing up the 2ft conditions.

The contest is both a team and individual event, with points awarded to each school based on the results from each surfer’s two heats and individual prizes given out to the top surfers in their age group.

Congratulations to Sienna Fioraso (Under 11 Girls Winner) and Indie Hooper (Under 10 Girls Runner Up) from Pacific who were winners for their age divisions. Congratulations to Buddina State School who were once again crowned the champion school for the sixth year in a row.

Finally, the contest could not have happened without the generous support of the following sponsors who contributed either financially or with product prizes.

  • Souls Thongs
  • Beach Beat Caloundra
  • Rob Williams Real Estate
  • Bread and Barrels Accounting and Financial

Water Polo – Queensland Premier League

Well done to senior student Cosette Winter who is currently playing for the Sunshine Coast Women’s Team in the Queensland Water Polo Premier League. The first two rounds were held earlier this month where the Sunshine Coast team faced the strongest teams in the competition, both of which include a number of Olympians and Australian players! While the Sunshine Coast team lost their first two games, there were many highlights, including Cosette scoring a goal against Olympic goal keeper Gabby Palm.

Also on the Sunshine Coast team is Pacific Alumni Karla Lowe, who graduated in 2018! The next two rounds of the competition take place this weekend and we wish Cosette and Karla all the best for their next two games.

Mr Darren Hooper, Head of Sport