June 15, 2018

Over the past month we have had some spectacular sports results across the College! Here are some of the highlights:

  • GSV Senior A Hockey won their grand final 4-3 in extra time, premiers for the NINTH consecutive year!
  • GSV Water Polo won their grand final 17-4, premiers for the third consecutive year
  • GSV AFL team won their grand final 13-8 and now progress to the Herald Sun Shield semi finals
  • GSV Senior B Hockey finished on top of the ladder
  • GSV Cross Country came 4th at the Division 1 Championship Carnival after coming 2nd at the Preliminary Carnival. The junior team finished 7th, intermediate 4th and seniors 3rd.
  • MLC Gymnastics had an amazing 22 podium finishes at the Victorian Championships and 2nd place at the National Levels Spectacular, then followed up with 10 podium finishes at the pinnacle event, the Australian Championships – one of the most successful ever runs for MLC gymnasts!
  • MLC’s kayakers won four medals at the Australian Canoe Marathon Championships, and our MLC coaches won three gold, one silver and one bronze. Two current students, three Old Collegians and an MLC coach who have been selected for the Australian Canoe Marathon Team to compete at the World Championships in Portugal in September.

Huge congratulations to these teams, although of course it is not all about medals! Well done to every student who has participated in either GSV or intensive sport. We are fortunate to have such a diverse array of dedication and talent in our community!

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