Secondary Sport Wrap - Term 2, Weeks 6 to 8 - Glasshouse Christian College

Secondary Sport Wrap – Term 2, Weeks 6 to 8

  • March 20, 2019

Secondary Sport Wrap – Term 2, Weeks 6 to 8

Staff vs Students Cricket Match: Conditions were difficult for the match played over two days on the northern sports field. Both teams seemed to sweat it up, in the hot subcontinent like temperatures. Competition was fierce and as play got underway on day one, the teachers didn’t hold back their bowling attack.

The first innings was played with the senior students scoring an impressive 62 runs, with plenty of wickets taken along the way. Each batting pair had 12 balls to face and the batter was penalised -5 runs for getting out. Noah Woolston top scored for the senior students with 21 followed by Ethan Robinsons 16 and Hamish White with 13.

There were several highlights with Mr Curtis fielding the ball and knocking down the stumps from 30m out for a run out, and Hamish White’s monster 6 over deep gully into the security screen covered windows of H block.

The teachers team were primed for the run chase on day two however talented batsmen Mr Pienaar and Mr Osberger had forgotten to read the script. It was forecast that the opening partnership would repeat their 2018 performance by winning the game from their own bat. The opening bowlers put up a tight performance to keep Mr Osberger to -3 and Mr Pienaar to 6. The teachers team finally saw their first boundary with a lovely 4 runs through square leg from Mrs Carlson. Hamish White’s slippery bowling looked challenging from the outset however it did not go in the students favour with many balls beating the wicket keeper as well as the batsmen to the boundary. Mr Modlin top scored for the teachers with 19 runs.

Scores were level with a partnership to go. The game was not near over with the possibility of lost runs for the -5 rule. Fortunately for the teachers, Mr Evans and Mr Whysall stood their ground to ensure a 5 run win to the teachers.

SC Netball competition
Round 2

The netball girls played absolutely phenomenally this week in the Sunshine Coast Netball competition on Monday night. The Falcons proved to be unstoppable with a convincing win over Suncoast Grammar with a score of 23-2. A crazy fun last quarter mixup of positions only went towards highlighting how diverse the players capabilities are, with the defence shooting extremely well and the attackers defending their territory! MVP went to Olivia McKenzie who played an unstoppable defence in the circle as well as proving she is a skilled shooter.

The Hawks game was a tough one, but their defence was strong and the attack amazing. Hawks defeated the Flinders team 26-9, with Eliza earning MVP for her agility in attack and tireless speed on the court. Overall, the win was definitely attributed to each and every player on and off court working so well together and supporting each other. These girls have shown how team spirit and commitment makes a netball team shine on the court.

The senior team had a fantastic first game for the season with a 14 all draw against St Teresa’s.
The girls are starting to find their rhythm and best combinations on court. MVP for the game goes to Lacey Hall who was amazing in defence (those basketball skills are coming in handy now!).

Senior Girls (Eagles)

GCC lost to Meridan 9-11.

Round 3

Our Senior girls took on Meridan this week. We started off really well in the first half, showing some great skill and strong defence. Our second half was a little scrappy but we are still finding combinations that work on court. MVP this week goes to Kianne for her moves in the goal circle despite her protests about not being a shooter! We went down 11-9 but the effort and joy the girls all bring to the game is worth more than any win.

Michaela Weatherburn

Intermediate Girls (Hawks)

The Hawks

GCC defeated Chancellor 20-14

The Hawks team really stepped up against Chancellor and played exceptionally as a team, despite missing some key players. They won with a score of 20 to 14 with both attack and defence proving unstoppable, resulting in Ebony King coming away with MVPs this week. Thanks to Michelle Boroughs for stepping in this week to support the Hawks on court!

Ebony King

Junior Girls (Falcons)

GCC defeated Matthew Flinders 26-8. Netball this week saw the Falcons claim victory once again against Flinders, with a very convincing win 26 to 8! The Falcons attack was on point, and Lily Breen came away with MVP this week for showing great versatility in both defence and attacking positions.

Ebony King

SCISSA Volleyball

Round 4
Junior Girls A; GCC defeated SC Grammar 2-0. Best Madison Newsome.
Junior Girls; GCC B2 defeated GCC B1  2-0. Best Chelsea Lewis and Brianna Albrand.
Junior Boys B; GCC defeated Suncoast 2-0. Best Ryan Hall.
Intermediate Boys A; GCC lost to Matthew Flinders 0-2. Best Riley McmIllan.
Intermediate Boys A; GCC defeated Suncoast CC 2-0.
Intermediate Boys B; GCC defeated Matthew Flinders 2-0. Best Charlie Fishwick.
Intermediate Girls A; GCC defeated Pacific LC 2-0. Best Amity Roser.
Intermediate Girls A; GCC defeated St Andrews AC 2-0. Best Zara Boxsell.
Intermediate Girls B; GCC defeated Good Shepherd 2-0.Best Molly McCaughey and Amy Trevan

Round 5
Junior Girls A; GCC defeated St Andrews 2-1. Best Cerys Barbeler.
Junior Girls B2; GCC lost to Matthew Flinders 1-2. Eleanor Robertson.
Junior Girls B1; GCC lost to Immanuel LC 0-2. Zara Wilkes.
Junior Boys A; GCC defeated Good Shepherd 2-1. Best Jaymes Roser.
Junior Boys B; GCC defeated Suncoast 2-0. Best Matthew Fielding.

Round 6
Junior Girls A; GCC defeated Good Shepherd 2-0. Best Nicole Morris.
Junior Girls B2; GCC defeated St Andrews 2-0. Best Indiah Loveday.
Junior Girls B1; GCC lost to Suncoast 0-2. Best Tiffany Dellaway.
Junior Boys A; GCC defeated Suncoast 2-0. Best Jaymes Roser.
Intermediate Boys A; GCC lost to Good Shepherd 0-2. Best Riley McMillan.
Intermediate Boys A; GCC defeated SC Grammar 2-0. Best Jacob Broderick.
Intermediate Boys A; GCC defeated St Andrews 2-0. Best Daniel Fielding.
Intermediate Boys B; GCC defeated St Andrews 2-0. Best Lincoln McKenzie.
Intermediate Girls A; GCC lost to Suncoast 1-2. Best Ellie Thompson.
Intermediate Girls A; GCC defeated SC Grammar 2-1. Best Jordan Drews.
Intermediate Girls B; GCC defeated Suncoast2 2-0. Jorja Goddard.
Intermediate Girls B; GCC defeated Suncoast3 2-0. Mia Andreasson.

SCISSA Soccer, Intermediate Boys A

The soccer boys had a huge 7-1 win this week over Sunshine Coast Grammar. This has earned them a spot in the top three and they will now play off against Suncoast and St Andrews next week for a place in the Grand Final.

Round 4
GCC defeated Matthew Flinders AC 6-1.
Goals – Christian Jensen 2, Bakani Kombanie 2, Mark Kennedy 1.
Best player Andre Kossen.

Round 5
GCC defeated St Andrews AC 3-1.
Goals – Christian Jensen 2, Bakani Kombanie 1.
Best players Christian Jensen, Bakani Kombanie and Reece Dahm.

Round 6
GCC defeated SC Grammar 7-1.
Goals – Bakani Kombanie 3, Christian Jensen 2, Ryan Kossen 1 and Reece Dahm 1.
Best players River Richard-Williamson, Bakani Kombanie and Christian Jensen.

Trish Buckley Volleyball Tournament

Round 1
Year 10 Boys:
GCC lost to Matthew Flinders 0-2. (8/25, 16/25).
Year 10 Girls:
GCC lost to Burnside 0-2. (19/25, 14/17).

Independent District Sport selections

13-15 Girls AFL
Indiana Gosbell-Smith

16-19 Boys Volleyball
Aiden McKellar and Patrick McKenzie (medical exemption).

13-15 Girls Volleyball
Olivia McKenzie and Olivia Ellis

16-19 Girls Volleyball
Maddie Roulston, Amity Roser and Sophie Trevan

17-19 Boys Soccer
Bakani Kombanie

15 Boys Volleyball
Mason White, Laurence Souter, Connor Knapp, Arno Mens, Daemon Cruise, Lincoln McKenzie and Thomas Bound.

15 Girls Touch Football
Gracie Ciantar, Madison Newsome, Kiara Newsome and Lilli-Jean Cruise.

13-16 Boys Soccer
Declan Martin and Ryan Kossen

13-15 Girls Soccer
Kirra-Leigh Crouch, Nicole Morris and Chelsea Breen.

16-18 Touch Football
Sophie Trevan

16-18 Boys Basketball
Sam Andrews

16-18 Boys Rugby League
Damian Tomokino and Nikolas Gowan.

Regional sport selections

Indiah Loveday, Jaymes Roser and Joshua Collins.

Daemon Cruise, Patrick McKenzie and Aiden McKellar.

QLD State sport selections

Joshua Collins – 50m and 200m Freestyle, 200m Medley relay and 50m Breastroke.
Jaymes Roser – 50m, 100m and 200m Freestyle, 200m Medley relay, 50m Breastroke.

GCC Cross Country Carnival

The GCC Cross Country Carnival is taking place Friday 22 March. We look forward to seeing some fantastic racing between top runners but also determined running by all students. This is a great day to earn valuable house points in the individual and team races. Participation in the carnival is compulsory for all students unless they have a signed note from parents. Placegetters in each race will receive ribbons on the day of the carnival and our College District Cross Country Teams will be selected from the results.

All race times below are approximate only.


Students turning 15 this year, in Year 9, need to run in the morning session to be eligible for districts. This is optional.

8.30am             All senior students to make their way to Beerwah Sports Ground.   
9.00am             Welcome, Instructions and War Cries
9.15am             Open Boys and Girls 4 km
9.35am             16 yr Boys and Girls 4 km
9.55am             15 yr Boys and Girls 4 km
10.20am           Presentations
10.40am           Tidy Up and walk back to GCC in class groups

MIDDLE SCHOOL: 12 Years – 14 Years

All 12-year-olds from years 6 and 7 will compete in the first race.

12:30pm   10 minutes before the end of lesson 6, class teachers will escort their classes to the Beerwah Sports Grounds.
12:40pm            All students to assemble in house groups under tents
12.50pm            Welcome, Instructions and War Cries
1.10pm              12 yr Boys and Girls 3 km
1.30pm              13 yr Boys and Girls 3 km
1.50pm               14 yr Boys and Girls 4 km
2.20pm               Presentations
2.40pm               Tidy Up and return to GCC

District Cross Country

The district Cross Country event will be held at the Big Pineapple this year at Nambour on Tuesday 30 April. Just two days before GCC’s Athletics Carnival. Week 2 will certainly be a busy week for some of our students in Term 2.

GCC Athletics Carnival

The GCC Athletics Carnival will be held on Thursday 2 May. This is Week 2 of Term 3. It is not possible to fit all events into one day. The 800m, 1500, Triple Jump and Javelin will be done either before or after the carnival and students have already been asked to nominate for these events. Many year groups have already completed a trial over the 100m distance and the fastest students will compete in the A division final on carnival day.

Roberts Road Triathlon

Students have the opportunity to nominate to compete in the Roberts Road Challenge. A triathlon that will be held on Tuesday 2 April. The race categories are as follows.

Roberts Rd will be closed to all traffic on this day between 9 and 11am. The cutoff for all team and individual entries is Monday 25 March. See Mr Beattie or Mrs Boroughs in the PE Staff room for entry forms.

Matthew Beattie, Head of PE and Sport

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