18 June 2018

Boys Achievments

Charlie and Reece Grant (Year 12, Shearer) have been selected in the Western Australian Rugby U17's Junior Gold Squad to compete in the Junior Gold Cup in Queensland from 4 to 12 March.

Liam Seagreen (Year 11, Ferguson) was recently selected for the WA State Sailing Team in the 29er class.

Alistair Young (Year 11, Cameron) In the 2014 Australian Laser Radial Championship in January Alistair came 1st in the Under 17 and first in the U19 age groups as well as 2nd overall behind a dual world champion. He has been selected in the Australian Youth Sailing team to participate in the Youth World Laser Championship in Portugal in July. With such outstanding results Alistair is now part of the Western Australian Institute of Sport sailing programme.

Cameron Green (Year, 10 Anderson) has again made it into the U15s State School Boys Cricket Team which goes to Canberra in two weeks time.

Oliver Scott-Morey (Year 10, Cameron) spent 13 days in Sydney in January at the annual Gondwana Choirs Choral School (his 3rd time). Gondwana is a highly selective national choir making this an outstanding achievement. Oliver has also been selected for WA Young Voices, based at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Nicholas Clarnette (Year 9, Alexander) (music scholarship student), also attended the Gondwana National Choral School in January. This is the third year in a row that he has been successful in auditioning for a place. In November Nicholas auditioned for the flute choir of the WA Youth Orchestra and has been awarded a place in this ensemble for 2014.

James Mandzufas (Year, 9 Shearer) competed as part of a duo which broke the State record in winning the under 14 boys WA Little Athletics Field Relay in January. He threw shotput and javelin.