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​Winter CAS Sport Update

After three rounds of competition in the Coastal Associated Schools competition we have had some excellent displays of team work in a number of highly competitive fixtures. In particular the most recent fixture against Prendiville Catholic College was a real tussle and many teams will hopefully see them again in the Cas Finals in week 9.

Netball

Both Year 7A and B teams have recorded 2 wins and 1 loss and sitting 3rd and 2nd place respectively, their next round against St Marks will be the determining factor as to whether they finish top two and play off in the CAS final.

The Year 8 and 9 girls are undefeated after three games and sitting in 1st place overall, an excellent start to the CAS season and with some tough games ahead against St Mark’s and St Stephens they have every opportunity to make the CAS final.

The Year 10 girls have secured 2 wins and suffered 1 loss at the hands of Prendiville CC who remain undefeated. If they can get the win against St Mark’s in their next fixture they can take 2nd place overall and push for the CAS Final.

The Senior Team are currently undefeated and have generated some good momentum in recent weeks despite a changing team due to exams. Like many of the teams their fixture against St Mark’s, whom are also undefeated will determine who finishes in 1st place over all.

Soccer

The Year 7 Boys team is the only school undefeated in a great position to finish on top of the CAS ladder. The girls have demonstrated excellent improvement over the first three fixtures and although are yet to secure a win with two losses and a draw they will get an excellent opportunity in their last scheduled fixture against St Stephens.

The Year 8/9 Boys have played some highly competitive games and played some excellent football but have not been able to convert their opportunities. With only the one win they need to make the most of their opportunities in the final two fixtures. The 8/9 Girls are 3 wins from 3 games and looking strong with 12 goals being scored and only 4 let in off the back of some strong defensive play which will put them in a good stead come CAS finals.

Both Senior Teams have faced their challenges against some quality opposition, facing three of the top teams in the first three fixtures and only recoding the one win each. With two more fixtures left hopefully that can finish the season off with a couple of wins.

Year 7 Basketball

The boys have fought hard against some much bigger opposition and are yet to secure a win but with huge improvements recently against Prendiville CC they face St Mark’s next who are also yet to get a win. The girls who despite limited numbers initially are currently undefeated and putting together some great basketball based on the back of excellent team defence.

Australian Rules Football

The Year 7 team has been very competitive despite a recent loss to Prendiville CC, winning their second game against Irene McCormack CC. They will be every chance to record another win or two in their last couple of fixtures against St Mark’s and St Stephens.

The Year 8/9 team started strong against Lake Joondalup BC securing a great win, but they have not been able to match this since and have recorded two successive losses. The Senior Boys team have had a disappointing start to their inaugural year in the CAS competition with two forfeits. With only one game remaining for the Senior Boys team they can finish the season strongly against St Mark’s ACS.