16 October 2017

BOYS' ACHIEVEMENTS

Jack Lyttle (Year 10, Ross) is representing Australia in tennis at a tournament in Japan from 21st September.

Liam Seagreen (Year 10, Ferguson) and his crew made Gold Fleet at the 29er Worlds Regatta held recently in Aarhus Denmark. This is one of the premier events in 29er skiff sailing attracting entries from countries all over the world. Liam was one of the youngest sailors to make this top fleet.

Douglas Foulkes-Taylor (Year 12, Keys) placed 2nd in the Australian School Boys Cross-Country Championship and was also named Captain of the WA team.

Alistair Murray (Year 8, Brisbane), Ollie Benson (Year 8, Ross) and Oliver Harding (Year 8, Keys) have been selected in the U/13 Boys Hockey WA State Team and are playing a tournament in Melbourne during the first week of the upcoming holidays.

The Western Australian Young Writer's Competition began in 1976 and is the state's longest-running creative writing contest. About 3,000 students enter each year and so to even be a finalist is quite something (last year we had two finalist and no prize winners). This year we have 3 prize winners and 1 finalist.

Sam Joyner (Year 8, Anderson) - 3rd place Prose fiction Years 7 and 8

Oliver Pope (Year 11, Keys) - 3rd place Prose fiction Years 11 and 12.

Andrew Tole (Year 12, Brisbane) - finalist Prose fiction Years 11 and 12

Lewis Orr (Middle School) - 1st place Poetry Years 5 and 6

Athletics Captains:

Co-Captains

Alain Dutton (Year 12, Brisbane)

William Boulden (Year 12, St Andrews)

Vice captain

Jackson Clarke (Year 12, St Andrews)