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Schools compete in winter carnivals

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June 07, 2017

Increased entries in girls' football was a highlight of the recent Goulburn Murray Division's winter-school winter carnivals.

School sport across the region has been in full swing for the past few weeks.

The Goulburn Murray Division’s recent inter-school winter carnivals had more than 750 Year 9 to 12 students from across 10 schools in the area come together.

Girls football has been the biggest growth area, with entries almost doubling from last season.

‘‘The highlight was the girls’ football carnival, where there was four extra team entries from last year,’’ convenor Paul Cornelius said.

‘‘We had nine teams all up with the standard of the games very good.

‘‘It was terrific to see so many students represent their school enthusiastically in various sports.’’

The aim of the carnivals, which covered six sports, was participation, but there must be a winner and Notre Dame College took the crown — triumphing in seven of 15 categories.

The inter-school cross country carnival was also on recently at Princess Park.

Wanganui Park students swept the trophies, winning the male and female aggregate trophies, and subsequently the overall school champion shield.

The top 15 placegetters from each of the 10 events will progress to the Hume Region Cross Country Carnival in Winton on June 21, while the victorious schools from the winter sports carnival will also move forward for a chance at School Sport Victoria State Championship glory.

Winter sports carnival results

Tenpin bowling: Mooroopna Secondary College. Basketball: Year 9/10 boys, Notre Dame College; Year 9/10 girls, Notre Dame College; Year 11/12 boys, Notre Dame College. Football: Year 9/10 boys, Wanganui Secondary College; Year 9/10 girls, Wanganui Secondary College; Year 11/12 girls, Notre Dame College. Soccer: Year 9/10 boys, Notre Dame College; Year 11/12 boys, Notre Dame College. Netball: Year 9/10, Wanganui SC; Year 11/12, Notre Dame College. Badminton: Year 9/10 boys, Cobram Anglican; Year 9/10 girls, Wanganui Secondary College; Year 11/12 boys, Wanganui Secondary College; Year 11/12 girls, Cobram Secondary College.

Cross country results

Female: 12-13 years, Olympia Lada (Wanganui Park Secondary College); 14 years, Elouise Pettie (Wanganui Park Secondary College); 15 years, Sarah Fothergill (Numurkah Secondary College); 16 years, Ella Kerr (Wanganui Park Secondary College); 17-20 years, Stephanie Christopher (Notre Dame College). Male: 12-13 years, Declan Kinnane (Mooroopna Secondary College); 14 years, Jed Woods (Notre Dame College); 15 years, Zac Groombridge (Shepp High School); 16 years, Kade Coonerty (Mooroopna SC); 17-20 years, Haydn Poliness (Notre Dame College).

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