Junior School Swimming Carnival

Last Friday our Years 3-6 students competed in the annual Junior Campus Swimming Carnival at the North Adelaide Aquatic Centre. House leaders ensured all the children were in high spirits and encouraged their teammates to enjoy themselves and to perform their best. The competitors eagerly took to the water where they performed extremely well throughout the day.

The points were very close all day but Moffatt (374) came away with the victory from Prince (311), Gooch (277) was third and Halstead (268) finished fourth.

All of the students are to be congratulated for their levels of participation and efforts to ensure the day was a success. In particular, the efforts of the House Captains for organising their teams throughout the day was exceptional.

The following students were awarded Age Championship medals on the day for their outstanding swimming:

 

8/9 Year Olds

Boys

Age Champion – James Robinson (Prince)

Runner Up – Jack Desteno (Halstead) & Jude Thomas (Moffatt)

Girls

Age Champion – Sophia Manariotis (Gooch) / Siobhan O’Dea (Prince)

Runner Up – Scarlett Williams (Halstead)

10 Year Olds

Boys

Age Champion – Joshua Janssen-Merlin (Moffatt)

Runner Up – Oscar Birkett (Prince)

Girls

Age Champion – Liv Tijdhof (Moffatt)

Runner Up – Hannah Tourneur (Moffatt)

11 Year Olds

Boys

Age Champion – Daniel Wilkins (Gooch)

Runner Up – Harry Behrndt (Gooch)

Girls

Age Champion – Sienna O’Toole (Moffatt) / Emily Curnow (Moffatt) / Emma Robinson (Prince)

12/13 Year Olds

Boys

Age Champion – Daniel Neve (Halstead)

Runner Up – Kieran Smith (Halstead)

Girls

Age Champion – Annecy Morrison (Gooch)

Runner Up – Poppy Birkett (Prince)

Daniel Neve and Annecy Morrison also won the Best Year 6 Swimmer Cup Award.

I would like to sincerely thank the efforts of all of the Junior School Staff, parent officials, P&F helpers and House Leaders. Everyone that was involved did an outstanding job and helped to make the carnival a success.

Simon Laube

Junior Campus Physical Education Coordinator