After two weeks of competition in netball and soccer at the Glasshouse District Interschool Sport competition, our year 6 and 7 teams are competing strongly. Most teams have only lost one or two games from the five or six played. There is one more week of competition and final positions will be decided at this weeks games.
Last week the A soccer team played a very close game against St Michaels with the score locked at nil all at half time. St Michaels scored two goals in the second half to win the game giving GCCC their first loss. They went on to beat Elimbah 8 – 2.
The A netball team are also playing very strongly dominating most teams but finished with a draw against St Michaels last Friday giving them four wins and one draw. They remain the only undefeated team thus far.
The B soccer team are also enjoying scoring many goals having scored 16 goals in five games but they also met strong opposition when playing St Michaels losing 2 – 0. This was the first time the team had let any goal in.
We have been so impressed with the B Netball team as this is a team of girls who are either new to netball or have only played for a short time. The girls have learned quickly and are so enthusiastic on the court. They have had some big wins and a few very close low scoring games. Tegan Gisler, Tenaia Owens and Hannah Johnson have taken on the role of coaches for this team and also share the umpiring of the games. These girls are doing a fantastic job bo th coaching and umpiring and we look forward to them being involved in junior netball in the future.