Erindale College


- 2019

Netball

  

A huge shout out to the Year 10 Netball team that participated in the Southside Year 9/10 Netball competition – and were the overall winners on the day!

With 4 of the Netball squad in Year 10, we were fortunate enough to recruit a number of students outside of the squad to put together a team.

The girls were fantastic and improved throughout the course of the day, making it to the grand final and taking out the match against Calwell High 13 – 6.

A huge congratulations and thanks to those involved: Darcy Brazel, Ashley Kimber, Sophia Lemon, Ebonnie Mallia, Paige Manners, Chani Palmer, Olivia Sargent, Claudea Waihope-Andrews, Isabella Young and Caitlin Keen and Sophie Jensen who umpired on the day.

Natalie Keen

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Fashion

  
  

The Textiles and Fashion course has started the semester off by sewing mini sensory beanbags for our local Theodore Pre School to aid in the pre-schooler’s development of gross motor skills and for our Erindale College students to improve their sewing skills and be involved with our community.

We have also made re-usable mesh produce bags that can replace single use plastics within household’s grocery shops and encourage sustainability within this area. With the plan to make a set that can be used within Erindale College in the Food and Hospitality area.

Meg Lennard - Textiles and Fashion

Newsletter Issue Date: 5 August 2019

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KYE A’HERN - Round 4 MTB World Cup


Year 12 student Kye A’Hern was back in Europe as Round 4 of the MTB World Cup Downhill Racing was recently held in Andorra. It is recognised as the toughest track of the circuit being the steepest, one of the longest and the highest in altitude.

Kye rode well and qualified 2nd, but unfortunately, he crashed in his race, very close to the top. He was battered and bruised and took a knock on the head but was able to walk away.

One week later Round 5 was held in Les Gets, France and Kye again qualified in 2nd Place. The racing was so tight that Kye was credited with 4th place despite all 3 riders from 2nd to 4th being timed on the same second.

Newsletter Issue Date: 29 July 2019

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Congratulations to Erindale College Rugby Union coordinator, Daniel Hawke,

Daniel Hawke has been selected as the Australian Schools Barbarians Rugby Coach for 2019. Dan has made a significant impact on the lives of hundreds of aspirational sports people at Erindale College over the past 6 years.

For more on this story in the Canberra Times please read here

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AFL

Congratulations to Lachie Squire who has just signed with the Canberra Demons for the remainder of the 2019 NEAFL season. In recent weeks Lachie has starred for the Queanbeyan Tigers first grade team, as well as the GWS Giants NEAFL team.

A further congratulations to Sam Frost who recently played for the Giants NEAFL team in Brisbane.

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SPECIAL INTEREST IN THIS YEAR’S STATE OF ORIGIN

A massive shout out of congratulations to three ex-Erindale College students with the announcement of this year’s NSW State of Origin team!

Nick Cotric, Paul Vaughan and Jack Wighton are all graduates from Erindale College and were part of the Rugby League squad in the Talented Sports Program during their time here.

Students and staff of Erindale College send their congratulations for a big effort this year’s State of Origin series.

Bulletin Issue Date: August 2019

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Inter-college Netball

On Thursday 13 June the Erindale Netball squad (and extras!) played in the Intercollege Netball finals day.

Both Erindale Red and Erindale Black made it through to the finals after finishing first and second in the Southside competition.
Erindale Black had the tougher of the two semi’s – coming up against the first placed Northside team – Lake G in a physical encounter. It was a tight fought out game with Lake G pulling away in the final quarter to knock the Black team out of the Grand Final.

Erindale Red were convincing winners in the semi against Gungahlin college 36-7.

In the Grand Final match an injury forced the Erindale Red girls to play one player short for the second half. However, with the accurate shooting, solid defence and fast moving play, Erindale Red still remained convincing winners 35 – 11. Most valuable player of the Grand Final went to Olivia Clark, who was not only deadly with her shooting percentages, but turned over a number of balls through her defensive pressure in the attack end.

Well done to all the girls involved …. Including our many extra’s who filled in. And a huge thanks to Rachelle Cridland and Seb Gray for assisting with the coaching this term.

Bulletin Issue Date: August 2019

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Canberra Raiders Junior Reps Presentation Night


Congratulations to our students Zali Waihape-Andrews and James Atonio who were both award winners at the Canberra Raiders 2019 Junior Reps Presentation Night.

Tarsha Gale Cup (Women’s Under 18’s)
Players player: Zali Waihape-Andrews

SG Ball Under 18’s
Junior Reps Club person of the year: James Atonio

Bulletin Issue Date: August 2019

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MUSIC NIGHT

   
   

CONGRATULATIONS to all the students for their AMAZING performances at the Music Night on Wednesday 5 June, in the East Block Theatrette.  Their passion, commitment and musicality combined to make a truly memorable evening, with music ranging from intimate solos to classy Jazz ensembles, including energetic and driving rock numbers.

Musicians:
Tiana Alchin, Tony Alofipo, Anastacia Blaskovic, Natalia Blaskovic, Jamie Bodle, Elijah Brennan, Chantelle Buckle, Jessica Burgess, Ben Bustillo, Angelo DeVera, Jack Graham, Jack Heslop, Lakena Iva, Georgia Kennedy, Bianca Lawson, Peter Liang, Stephanie McGuire, Connor McNaught, Jasmine Millard, Vincent Narayan, Liam Rapson, Loren Reynolds, Sara Ridjic, Mawii RoChan, Riley Semmler, Xanthe Stone, Jack Swain, Rihana Wilson-Mortensen.

Behind the Scenes:
Tiana Alchin, Olivia Andrews, Felix Bernie, Jessica Burgess, Evan Hill, Owen Ng, Michelle Turner
Please enjoy some of the photos, taken by our clever photography students Olivia Andrews and Michelle Turner.

Newsletter Issue Date: 17 June 2019

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Kye A’Hern

  

There were mixed results for Y12 student Kye A’Hern in the 2nd & 3rd rounds of the Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup recently. The 2nd round was held at Fort William, Scotland in very wet conditions and was a tough weekend for Kye as he described he “Had a big crash in my last practise run before quails and banged up some fingers. Finals were messy with too many mistakes and ended up 7th.” But despite this, he still achieved the highest speed for his division @ 56.283kmh!

The 3rd round was held at Leogang, Salzburg, Austria the following weekend and saw Kye return to a podium finish! He came 2nd, less than 2 seconds behind the winner and was more than 3 seconds ahead of 3rd.

After the first 3 rounds of this year’s Down Hill World Cup, Kye is in 2nd place with 5 rounds remaining.
Good luck Kye from everyone at Erindale College!

Newsletter Issue Date: 17 June 2019

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RUGBY

On Friday 7 June the Erindale female 10’s rugby team played in Lyneham in the High Schools and College Girls 10’s tournament.
The game was a very tight contest with both teams having relatively even ball procession. The Erindale girls received some harsh penalties, but the girls stayed very composed considering we only had 1 substitute for the day.

Bo House polished off the game with her fancy fast feet to make her way under the posts for the teams last try making the game 3 tries to 2. The Erindale girls won the tournament for the year 11 & 12 division with 3 from 3 wins.

Congratulations to our Erindale girls who participated and a big thanks to Brumbies Rugby for holding the wonderful tournament to showcase women’s rugby in the ACT.

Newsletter Issue Date: 17 June 2019

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NETBALL

On Wednesday 12 June the Erindale Netball squad were fortunate enough to have the Illawarra Sports High School Netball team join us with their Rugby League team for an interschool exchange.

The two netball teams played prior to the Schoolboys Cup match.

It was a great encounter with both teams playing some solid netball. There were some outstanding plays by the Erindale girls, and they were comfortable winners throughout the first three quarters. Illawarra had a strong final quarter and were able to narrow the gap between the two teams. The pressure from the defensive end was very strong and allowed Jordyn Kearney and Sophie Jensen to turn the ball over consistently. The ball was well delivered to the shooting end through some quick and accurate mid-court plays and Olivia Clark was deadly with her accuracy, scoring 24 from 24 goals.

The final score, with a win to the Erindale girls, was 32-13.  Congratulations also goes to the player of the game, decided upon by the visiting coach, Caitlin Keen for her speedy work through the mid-court.

Congratulations to all players involved and to those who assisted on the day.

Newsletter Issue Date: 17 June 2019

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IT’S A THREE-PEAT FOR ERINDALE COLLEGE

  
  

In the 3rd round of this year’s Schoolboys Cup Erindale College matched up against the Illawarra Sports High School side to decide who would advance to the next round. In blustery conditions Erindale ran out comfortable winners by 26 – 10, but the score was not an indication of the physical and intense nature of the game.

Erindale have now won all 3 games in the preliminary rounds and progress to the next round where it becomes a knock-out competition.

Newsletter Issue Date: 17 June 2019

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Hospitality 

  

In the Hospitality Industry Fundamentals class in semester 1 we have been focusing on food presentation and have been holding a weekly student voting competition for the best food presentation of the past week. I would like to congratulate the week 13 winners: Xander Scarlett, Jacob Steen, Heather Willey and Claudia McGregor for winning BEST main presentation in week 13 and Jordyn Metcalfe for BEST Dessert with her Sticky Date Pudding presentation!

Newsletter Issue Date: 3 June 2019

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Under Milk Wood

Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood was written as a radio play in 1954. It tells the story of a day in the life of a fictional Welsh village, Llareggub, and its eccentric inhabitants - Mrs Ogmore-Pritchard, relentlessly nagging her two dead husbands; Captain Cat, reliving his seafaring days; the two Mrs Dai Breads; Organ Morgan, obsessed with his music; and Gossamer Beynon, desperate to find a lover.

On Wednesday 29 May 2019, the Senior Drama students at Erindale College presented their version of Under Milk Wood by Dylan thomas, set not in 1950’s Llareggub, but in the Erindale Centre in 2019. It was a most energized romp of a production and the students were able to experience what it’s like to perform in a professional theatre. The Senior Drama class had to overcome several significant challenges to see this work produced and it is to their credit that they were able to demonstrate perseverance, determination and considerable courage.

In the words of playwright Thornton Wilder:

I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.

Newsletter Issue Date: 3 June 2019

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Football



Well done to the members of the Erindale Football squad who gave up their time on a cold and wet long weekend to help at the Football Federation Australia level 2 Goalkeeper coaches course. They all performed well and gave the opportunity to the coaches from around Australia to practise their new skills. They also met A-league players and gained valuable connections with coaches from NPL clubs across the country.

Newsletter Issue Date: 3 June 2019

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ACT Touch Champions

  

On Wednesday 29 May Erindale College competed in the annual ACT Touch Gala Day, with both Erindale teams crowned ACT Champions.

In a story of two tales our boys cruised through the day undefeated and out classing all opposition whilst our girls team had 3 draws and an exciting victory in the last minute of the semi final and grand final win in extra time.

In a freezing cold day where the goose bumps were multiplying by the minute so were the grey hairs. I must congratulate all the girls for a brave and gutsy effort. It was a high pressure situation which many people would have given up. The finish was something out of a Rocky movie with an excellent display of courage.

Zion Going was awarded player of the day for the boys.

Tarni Evans was awarded player of the day for the girls and also scored the match winner in the final.

Newsletter Issue Date: 3 June 2019

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Elite Women’s Trip

  
  

On Thursday 23 May and Friday 24 May, 15 female TSP students travelled to Sydney to take part in the bi annual Elite Women in Sports camp.

The girls were exposed to the many opportunities that are evolving for women in sport.

We were fortunate enough to visit 3 different sporting clubs; Giants Netball, Giants AFL and the Australian Women’s Rugby 7’s.
The group were toured through some amazing million-dollar training facilities, the Genea Netball Stadium in Homebush (home of the GWS Giants and NSW Swifts) AFL Giants training facility and Rugby AU’s brand-new training facility at Moore Park.

They met with elite women in their sport, took photographs with their idols and mingled with Olympic Gold medallists.
We had some guest speakers who told us of the wonderful time it is in Women’s sport and talked through the opportunities available to women both on and off the field.

The highlight of the trip was observing the Australian Women’s 7’s team train. The level of training, professionalism and resources available is world class. Students ran water during training and some students were even gifted playing kits.

It was a fantastic experience for the girls – and we hope to see further opportunities open up from the trip for our girls’ squads.

Newsletter Issue Date: 3 June 2019

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Wanniassa Hills Primary School

  

During semester 1 the Sport, Recreation and Leadership students have been busy working in the community at swimming carnivals, athletics carnivals and cross-country events, in these photo some of our students have been helping at Wanniassa Hills Primary School for their Athletics Carnival.

Newsletter Issue Date: 3 June 2019

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Salvation Army Door Knock Appeal

The Red Shield Appeal is The Salvation Army's signature fundraising drive which helps fund a vast network of social and community services.

The Red Shield Appeal began in 1965 and is promoted under their most recognisable symbol – the red shield. Each year, The Salvation Army appeals to the Australian community for donations to ensure we can give hope where it is needed most through the social welfare and community service programs.

On Sunday 26 May, over the Reconciliation long weekend, a group of Erindale college students gave up a few hours of their time to collect donations for the Salvation Army. I would like to thank all of the students and staff involved for organising this community service. We are very proud of their contribution to the community and the assistance they have provided for those in need.

Newsletter Issue Date: 3 June 2019

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HOSPITALITY

  

In the Hospitality Industry Fundamentals class in semester 1 we have been focusing on food presentation and have been holding a student voting competition for the best food presentation. This is broken into a Main and Dessert category and the winners receive a free coffee voucher to be used at the Class Act Training Café. I would like to Congratulate the week 12 winners: Ash Kimber & Bella Arcus (line 5) for being voted BEST Mains presentation for their Chicken Drumsticks and Asian Slaw and Tahlia Taylor & Group (line 2) for being voted the BEST Dessert presentation for their Caramelised bananas!

Newsletter Issue Date: 20 May 2019

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TRY-FECTA FOR FIRST GIO CUP GAME

 


On Wednesday 15 May the Erindale College Rugby League side took on the Victoria University College team (Melbourne) in their first game of the 2019 GIO Cup. Leading by example with several strong runs, captain Tristan Eldridge inspired his team with prop Fai Tuifelasai being the dominant forward on the field, scoring three tries. It proved to be a fast-paced, hard hit out with Erindale winning, the final score being 54 -10.

In what was a very physical game there were several anxious moments where players launched themselves at their opposition in both defence and attack with great determination. The Erindale team, with coaching by Matt Adams and Steve Babic leading up to this game, were disciplined and determined after the best possible start. The kick-off, taken by centre Jackson Owen, rebounded off the goal-post crossbar, was regathered and after some short passes saw Fai cross for the first of his three tries in the first 30 seconds of the game. The other centre, Aston Naidu not only scored two tries but had his radar boots on kicking six conversions, amassing 20 points of the final score.

Post-game Victoria University College team coach, ex-Erindale teacher and Raiders u20 coach, Tony Adam made the comment that he knew it was going to be a tough game as they were playing Erindale at home and his team is in a rebuilding phase, particularly given the Melbourne u18 competition consists of only four teams. This makes it difficult for the players to get a lot of consistent game time against quality opposition, made even harder with the loss of some of the more experienced players through injury. “But no excuses. Erindale came out hard and kept it up throughout the whole game. We were towelled up by a better side on the day” he said.

Erindale coach Matt Adams said he was “so proud of how the squad performed yesterday and how great it was to see the support shown by the school and community. I know our students felt very proud to be a part of, and representing, the whole Erindale community. We get to do it all again in week 7 with hopefully some lead up matches by our girl’s league squad and possibly feeder high schools as well.”

Newsletter Issue Date: 20 May 2019

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEWEST DUAL INTERNATIONAL SPORTS STAR

Year 12 student Paige Edwards has combined her studies with her love of sport to make a real success of her time here at Erindale.
While being a keen Year 11 student in 2018 Paige represented the ACT at the Australian Deaf Games in Athletics and won Gold in the Javelin and Bronze in the 800m, 1500m & High jump. As if this wasn’t demanding enough, she was also an ACT representative in both Futsal and Touch Football, competing in both the Women’s and Mixed teams. In Futsal the ACT team came away 4th, and Paige was voted the 2nd Most Valuable Player for the Tournament. The Touch Football team enjoyed success as well coming away with 3 Bronze medals from their Championships.

This year got off to a flying start and January saw Paige competing at the Australian Deaf Championships in Touch Football in both the Women’s and Mixed teams winning a Bronze medal in both. Her outstanding sporting abilities did not escape the discerning eyes of the selectors and Paige was selected in the Australian team and they won Gold!

After a brief break in February, March saw Paige once again back on the sporting field with the ACT Futsal teams enjoying mixed results; the Women’s side won Gold, but the mixed team were unplaced. Again, Paige’s skills were recognised with her receiving the prestigious Best & Fairest Award for the whole Futsal tournament.

Paige is currently studying and training hard as she has been selected in the Australian Women’s Futsal team to play in the Asia Pacific Deaf Games being held in Hong Kong, November this year.

Paige was also awarded Rising star at Australian deaf games in Touch Football, this is awarded to an U18 player.
Congratulations Paige on all you have achieved so far and best wishes from everyone at Erindale College for more success throughout 2019!

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BASKETBALL

  

Congratulations to basketball program member Zali Andrews (Left) who represented NSW County at the Australian Under-18 Championships held in Townsville over the school holidays. Zali worked tirelessly throughout the week given she was quite often matched against bigger opponents.

Special mention should also go to former squad member Chloe Hope (Right) who was spotted representing the ACT at the same tournament. To see footage of both girls efforts, visit the Townsville Basketball YouTube page here: http://tinyurl.com/y2s9xlky

Newsletter Issue Date: 6 May 2019

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A GREAT START TO THE YEAR FOR KYE A’HERN


After a phenomenal year in 2018, Year 12 student Kye A’Hern has started this year in the same way he finished last year!
At the recent Downhill Mountain-bike National Championships held in Bright (Vic.) Kye held onto his National Title for the 2nd year, winning the Junior Men division. At the same championship’s sister Sian (ex-Erindale) won Silver in her division, missing out on the Gold medal by just 0.4 seconds.
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In the opening round held at Maribor, Slovenia in a very strong field Kye placed 3rd finishing just 1.2 seconds behind 2nd place Canadian Ethan Shandro. This podium finish came just one week after Kye also finished 3rd in the iXS Downhill Cup, his first race back with the Canyon team for 2019.

The next round of the Downhill World Cup for Kye is in Fort William, Scotland on 1 & 2 June.

Newsletter Issue Date: 6 May 2019

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NETBALL


Congradulation to Olivia Clark, Sophie Jensen, Jordyn Kearney and Erin Mayfield who represented the ACT 17 and Under and 19 and Under Netball teams at the National Championships in Brisbane.

Newsletter Issue Date: 6 May 2019

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AFL

On March 27 our AFL team hosted Hallam Senior Secondary College from Melbourne. This has been an annual event for the past 6 years. This year Erindale proved too strong, with a 107-21 win.

Best players were Josh Fahey, Oliver Synett, Jarrod Barker and Leigh McKay. The team will travel to Wagga to play Mater Dei on April 10.

  

Pictured Josh Fahey (B.O.G.) and Captains Brad Hancock and Ryan Kennedy.

Thanks to Clint Codey and his media students for capturing footage of the match.

Newsletter Issue Date: 1 April 2019

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DRAMA AT WANNIASSA

  

As a part of a programme to develop the Performing Arts in schools in the Erindale area, the Year 10 Drama students from Erindale College have been combining with a group of Year 10s from Wanniassa School each Tuesday. The openness and enthusiasm of the students in this class has been infectious and all are disappointed (if a little tired!) when the session comes to an end. During this time students will be involved in developing work for the Erindale College self-devised production in Term 3.

Newsletter Issue Date: 1 April 2019

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FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

On 16 and 17 March AFL students Tarni Evans, Casey Plater, Eilish Packer, Stephanie Koutsoupias, Liam Creech and Caleb Cawse were engaged in a fundraising campaign (Kick2kick 4 a cause) for Men’s Health, through Menslink. As members of their local AFL football clubs (Tuggeranong Hawks and Queanbeyan Tigers) the students generated nearly $4000 through donations gained.  
Well done to all involved.

Newsletter Issue Date: 1 April 2019

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SOUTH COAST REGIONAL FUTSAL CHAMPIONSHIP

On Thursday 14 March – Friday 15 March I took two teams to Wollongong for the South Coast Regional Championships. Erindale Red was undefeated all day until the semi-final, losing 1-0. This goal was also the only one we conceded all day. A super effort from the girls. Erindale black had the hardest pool I’ve ever seen in the regional championships. They fought hard all day and continued to improve. The day had many challenging moments, but it was pleasing to see the girls represent themselves and Erindale with pride.

Erindale Red

Player of the day - Chloe Daisley with Lillian and Monique tied for 2nd.

Erindale Black

Player of the day - Alyssa Bozinovska. Followed closely by Abi and Toree.

Thanks to Tracy Costigan for joining us for the trip.

Tracey Marris

Newsletter Issue Date: 25 March 2019

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RUGBY UNION

In Week 4 Erindale College travelled interstate to compete in two Rugby 7’s tournaments. First up on Wednesday was the boy’s rugby squad where two teams travelled down to Batemans Bay. They were both undefeated on the day only allowing the opposition to score one try for the entire day.

On Friday the girl’s squad travelled to Cooma where they split into 3 small teams as the competition had some late withdrawals. Again, the Erindale squad was dominant with a mixture of experienced and new players combining for some amazing tries. It was enjoyable couple of trips and an excellent start to the sporting season.

A big thank you to all the students from other squads who helped fill the teams. It allowed new and existing students to bond as well as try the ever-growing sport of rugby 7’s.

Newsletter Issue Date: 18 March 2019

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AFL


On Friday 8 March our AFL squads were treated to a visit from GWS Giants players, Jonathon Patton and Ian Hill. Jon and Ian shared some of their story, from school student to AFL player, as well as joining in a training session.
In addition we want to congratulate Lachlan Squire who played for the Giants NEAFL team on Thursday night versus the Canberra Demons.

Newsletter Issue Date: 18 March 2019

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SAM TORLEY

This year, long distance runner Sam Torley competed at the Orange Running Festival, a competition that plays host to some of Australia’s best distance runners. Sam ran fantastically finishing 3rd in the 10km event with a time of 00:38:23. In this event Sam competed in the open category and was the fastest runner in the U20 age group. Sam also competed in the half marathon event (21.1km) and the 5km race.

Congratulations Sam. Continue your hard work.

Newsletter Issue Date: 18 March 2019

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PHYSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP

  
  
  

On Thursday 28 February and Friday March 1 our Erindale students were lucky enough to spend two full days working with international director, performer and theatre educator, Noa Rotem. These workshops were open to students across the arts so that dancers, actors and musicians all had the opportunity to work together, exploring the possibilities of collaboration. Emphasis was on theatre as a physical and visual medium and the students developed the confidence to express and find story through their bodies without need of words. The work they created was truly extraordinary, but it was the connections made and the strong sense of ensemble that developed which was a joy to witness. As one student noted: “I think it’s a rare opportunity to work with people who are all giving 110%”.

Stay tuned for the original work that these talented students will create for Erindale’s Term 3 production!

Jane Watson

Newsletter Issue Date: 4 March 2019

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LAURA HUGHES W LEAGUE

Congratulations Laura Hughes on achiving the RISING STAR award for Canberra United.
Laura was a regular for Canberra United this season, starting in 5 games and coming off the bench in most of the others.
Former student Lauren Keir made her W league Debut this season. Coming off the bench in a few matches.

Newsletter Issue Date: 25 February 2019

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WHAT A WAY TO LEAD INTO A NEW YEAR

After an outstanding 2018, the Erindale College Male Sport star of the Year, Kye A’Hern wrapped it all up heading into 2019 by winning the coveted title of the King of the Thredbo CANNONBALL MTB Festival in December.

To make it a real family affair Kye’s sister Sian, a former Erindale College Female Sport Star of the Year, was crowned the Queen of the Thredbo CANNONBALL MTB Festival!

Congratulations to the A’Hern family from all of Erindale College, we proudly look forward to your continued success in 2019.

Newsletter Issue Date: 11 February 2019

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