Junior Sport

Junior Sport

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Sunshine Coast Regional Swimming

Following on from last week’s 10 -12 Independent District Swimming Carnival, we have had four students selected to represent our Independent District at the Sunshine Coast Regional Swimming Carnival.

Well done to the following students who have qualified in the events listed below:

Gemma Bryce                 11 Girls 50m Freestyle

Lily Costa                        10 Girls 200 Individual Medley

                                        10 Girls 100m Freestyle

                                        10 Girls 100m Backstroke

                                        10 Girls 100m Butterfly

                                        10 Girls 50m Freestyle

                                        10 Girls 50m Backstroke

                                        10 Girls 50m Breaststroke

                                        10 Girls 50m Butterfly

Euan Lengenberg           12 Boys 50m Backstroke

Harlen Smith                   12 Boys 50m Freestyle

                                        12 Boys 50m Backstroke

                                        12 Boys 100m Freestyle                  

3-6 PLC Interhouse Cross Country Carnival

With the school swimming season finishing up, our attention turns to Cross Country, the next inter-house carnival.

Unfortunately, the Years 3-6 Interhouse Cross Country will be held on Friday 31st March, which is the last day of this term. Families might like to add this to their calendars. Spectators are welcome to attend the carnival which will be held at the Meridan AFL and Soccer fields.

A parent information letter will be sent home to families shortly which will outline more specific details regarding the day. In the meantime, students will have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the course during Physical Education lessons over the next few weeks.

Please find a map of the course below.

Primary School Water Polo Competition

Well done to our Year 5 and 6 water polo players who had their first competitive game of the season on Monday night in the Primary Schools’ Water Polo Competition. Games were played at St Andrews with both Independent and State Schools taking part in this competition.

On Monday evening our PLC team had a strong win over St Andrews 6 taking out the game 12 – 2. The season continues next Monday with PLC taking on Noosaville State School. Thanks to Mr Sam Irwin and Mr Scott Crompton who are coaching the team.

District Sport Trials

There are a number of Independent District sporting trials coming up. 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 lmuir@pacluth.qld.edu.au to register their interest.

Mr Darren Hooper, Head of Junior Sport P-6