ASSOCIATED AND CATHOLIC COLLEGES OF WA (ACC) ‘A’ DIVISION SWIMMING CARNIVAL
All Saints’ College competed in the 2019 ACC ‘A’ Division Swimming Carnival at HBF Stadium on Wednesday, 27 March. The College team was selected on the basis of the results at the Interhouse Swimming Carnival held at the beginning of the academic year, and those students have been training consistently since then.
Congratulations to the All Saints’ team on finishing third overall in the combined aggregate, which is an outstanding result! Well done to all squad members, including the reserves on their efforts and training.
The College competes against other ACC affiliate schools with very large student populations, which makes our team’s 2019 result even more impressive and our best for many years. Well done to all swimmers: we are all very proud of you here at the College!
Special mention to Katerina McKay and Remy Seneque (Year 12) for their outstanding leadership and captaincy of the ASC team throughout the entire season, motivating the swimmers and helping to provide training and feedback to the swimmers at every training session.
Outstanding Achievements on the Day
Age Champion – U/13 Boys: Noah Dean (Year 7)
Age Champion – Girls Open: Katerina McKay (Year 12)
Record: Boys Open 50m Backstroke (28.20) – Remy Seneque (Year 12)
All the results from the ACC ‘A’ Division Swimming Carnival are now available by clicking HERE.
Miss Britt Gray
Director of Sport, Health and Physical Education
SCHOOL SPORT WESTERN AUSTRALIA (SSWA) TENNIS EVENTS
In Week 9 of Term 1, All Saints’ College entered a Junior Boys’ and a Junior Girls’ team into the SSWA Herbert Edwards Cup.
Quintelle Kenworthy-Groen, Chenelle Liyanage, Shalomia Ramachandran (Year 9) and Shama Ramachandran (Year 7) represented the College in girls’ matches, whilst Matthew El-Salamani (Year 8), Matthew Gerovich (Year 7), James Johnson (Year 9), Eli Keenan (Year 8) and Chongchong Ye (Year 9) represented the College in boys’ matches.
The event allowed students to further develop their physical and interpersonal skills, and was an invaluable experience for all involved. Both teams progressed from the group stages to the quarter finals.
The SSWA Slazenger Cup Tennis Competition was held in Week 10 of Term 1. All Saints’ College entered a Senior Boys’ team comprising Year 10 students Steele Baker, Robert De Kraa, Jared Fallon and Felix Torralbo Straton. The team demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship, portraying the College in an excellent manner. All players had a tremendous time and look forward to competing in ACC Tennis next year. A big thank you to Mr Mitch Jamieson, Miss Tatjiana Pieris and Miss Lorin Chandler for assisting with these events.
All Saints’ students can look forward to Netball, AFL, Volleyball and Hockey competitions in Term 2.
ASSOCIATED AND CATHOLIC COLLEGES OF WA (ACC) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATED SCHOOLS (SAS) – SUMMER SPORT COMPETITION
Throughout Term 1 our Year 11 and 12 students have been competing in the ACC SAS Summer Sport Competition which is held on Tuesday afternoons. It was fantastic to see so many teams participating competitively whilst displaying pleasing sportsmanship against Kennedy Baptist College, Carey Baptist College, Ursula Frayne Catholic College and John Wollaston Anglican Community School. The following teams made the finals for their sport:
- Boys ‘A’ and ‘B’ Indoor Beach Volleyball
- Girls ‘A’ and ‘B’ Indoor Beach Volleyball
- Girls ‘A’ and ‘B’ Basketball
- Boys ‘A’ Basketball
- Girls and Boys’ Touch Rugby
- Mixed Ultimate Frisbee 2
Congratulations to Mixed Ultimate Frisbee 2 and Boys ‘B’ Indoor Beach Volleyball who both won their respective grand finals. The Boys and Girls’ Tennis teams and the Boys’ Cricket team also finished on top of their respective SAS ladders, an outstanding achievement.
Term 2 ACC Sport will commence on the first Tuesday of Term 2 (trials). It is an expectation of the College that all students are present for the duration of ACC Sport and Options. Sports on offer include Badminton, Soccer, AFL, Volleyball, Netball and European Handball.
Mr Damien Stevens
Sport Development Coordinator
ASC BASKETBALL CLUB TEAMS
Out of the 33 ASC Basketball Club teams currently participating in the Summer 2018/19 Willetton Basketball Association Competition, 13 of the teams made it to the Semi Finals. Congratulations to the following teams:
- ASC 001 – Boys U14 – B1 Grade
- ASC 002 – Boys U16 – B3 Grade
- ASC 004 – Boys U16 – B1 Grade
- ASC 006 – Boys U18 – B2 Grade
- ASC 011 – Boys U12 – C2 Grade
- ASC 014 – Boys U18 – B2 Grade
- ASC 015 – Girls U18 – C1 Grade
- ASC 022 – Girls U14 – B1 Grade
- ASC 023 – Girls U14 – C2 Grade
- ASC 026 – Boys U12 – C2 Grade
- ASC 029 – Boys U16 – C2 Grade
- ASC 031 – Boys U14 – C1 Grade
- ASC 034 – Girls U18 – B2 Grade
The Finals began this week and the last games for the Summer 2018/19 Season will be played on Saturday, 6 April.
Special commendations to the ASC014 – Boys U18 – B2 Grade team who won their Grand Final (31 – 28) on Tuesday evening and to the ASC 002 – Boys U16 – B3 Grade team who won their Grand Final (36 – 28) on Wednesday.
The ASC Basketball Club End-of-Season Wind-Up will be held tomorrow (Friday, 5 April) starting at 3.30pm in the Indoor Sports Centre for all of our players, parents, coaches and team managers.
HBF RUN FOR A REASON ASC TEAM
The HBF Run for a Reason is a great event held in Perth each year! We invite you to Join the ASC Team ‘All Saints’ College 2019' and jog, run or walk with friends and family for a great cause! All ASC community members are eligible to take part. In 2018 over 70 people joined the College's ASC Run for a Reason Team, so chat to your family and colleagues and get involved!
WHEN: Sunday, 19 May 2019
WHAT: 4km, 12km and half marathon event options (all options are available as an ASC team member)
For more information about the event, click HERE.
TO REGISTER FOR THE ASC 2019 TEAM
Team Name: All Saints’ College 2019
Team Password: ASC2019
Click HERE to register for the ASC Team.
For all individuals who register in the ASC Team for 2019
Further information will be sent out regarding the logistics and meetings places for ASC Team members on the day. This information will be shared in the week of 13 May (Week 3, Term 2), so make sure you register early to ensure that your contact details are on the list for information.
On the day
- Dress in your HBF Run for a Reason T-shirt;
- Meet runners from your category from the ASC Team prior to the race;
- Enjoy the event that you have selected!
- Meet your fellow ASC Runners after the race for the entertainment.
Supervision during the event
- There will be no supervision of individuals throughout the event. Students and ASC community members will be responsible for making their way to their designated starting area and completing the event and making their way home after the event.
Those who register to Run for a Reason through the All Saints’ College Team link are welcome either to nominate a charity or organisation that they have a particular interest in supporting or help to raise much-needed funds for the amazing work of our partners at Anglicare WA. Our Anglicare Ambassadors already work alongside Anglicare WA to raise awareness within the College about community need, and directly seek to assist young people who are homeless and those at risk of homelessness. Funds raised for Anglicare WA are directed to the Street Connect program, which works with some of Western Australia’s most vulnerable young people
For whichever charity you select, remember to promote your fundraising page individually, whilst being a part of the ASC 2019 Team.
- Join us at the All Saints’ College Running Club with our professional coaches from the Running Centre every Tuesday morning during Term 1 (meet at the Indoor Sports Centre by 7.00am).
We are looking forward to a wide array of College community members coming together for this great event, putting a focus on staying fit and healthy while connecting with the wider community and fundraising for some worthwhile causes.