Primary Independent District Swimming Carnival
On Tuesday, 43 students from Years 3-7 travelled out to Sunshine Coast Grammar to represent PLC at the annual Independent District Swimming Carnival.
It was a fantastic day of swimming for PLC students with a number of excellent individual and team performances on the day even with the rainy weather that persisted throughout the day.
At the completion of the carnival, our team finished in 6th place out of the 11 competing schools.
Well done to the following students who finished with top three places in events during the day.
Congratulations also to the following students who finished in the top three places in their age group.
Lily Costa Under 10 Girls Age Champion
Harlen Smith Under 12 Boys 3rd place
Lastly thanks to all parents who supported our students on the day in the rainy conditions.
District Sport Trials
There are a number of Independent District sporting trials coming up during Term 1. Below is the list of sports and the cut off dates. If your child has a suitable level of skill and experience in one of these sports and would like to trial, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register their interest.
Congratulations to the following students who have been recently selected in Independent District teams over the last week.
Arlo Williams 12 Boys Basketball
Honor Williams 12 Girls Netball
Georgina Pike 12 Girls Netball
Anita Iredia 12 Girls Netball (Shadow)
Maddison D’Arcy 11 Girls Netball
We have also had a number of students achieve some great results in external sporting competitions. Well done to the following:
Byron Bignell has recently qualified for the Little Athletics State Championships in the 1500m event.
Congratulations to Gemma Bryce who competed over the weekend and the Queensland Nipper State Titles held at Mooloolaba. Gemma competed in a number of events over the weekend with her best result in the Board Relay where her team finished in 2nd place. Well done!
Mr Darren Hooper, Head of Junior Sport P-6