Tenison claimed victory at the 2019 Athletics Carnival.
Friday 15 March, 2019 was a day where multiple Batmans, Captain Americas, Spider Men and Hulks filled SA Athletics Stadium. The College joined together to embrace a 'Heroes & Villains' theme at this year’s annual Mary MacKillop College Athletics Carnival. The day was filled with many achievements, celebrations and fun across 16 different athletic events. Congratulations to the multiple students across Years 7 to 12 who won the best dressed theme awards. Under the leadership of our Sport Captains, Tamara, Stephanie, Maddison-Skye and Giorgiana Benci, participation was taken to the next level with events full of students and House scores ticking over all day.
On behalf of the Sports Department and College, we congratulate the following age group winners and runners up:
Alexander House under the guidance and leadership of House Captain, Tamara were the Spirit Award winners for 2019.
The final results for the day were:
Congratulations to all members of Tenison House and House Captain, Stephanie. We look forward to next year’s Athletics Carnival.
Catholic Girls School Swimming and Athletics
On Tuesday 5 March, 22 girls competed at the SACSSGSA Swimming Carnival. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge their dedication in attending several early morning swim squad training sessions leading up to the carnival and a big thank you to Ms Parente and Ms MacLennan for supervising the sessions and supporting the squad. Our girls were wonderful representatives of the College and competed to the best of their ability on the night. This year the competition combined all schools into the same grade rather than splitting into A and B grade. Mary MacKillop placed 5th overall, an excellent achievement the team should be proud of.
Not long after our own Athletics Carnival, it was time to hit the track and field again with 50 students who were selected in the SACSSGSA Athletics team. On Tuesday 19 March, the team competed in various events against other Catholic girls’ teams with many of our students achieving 1st or 2nd place in their events. The results from the carnival were:
Overall, Mary MacKillop placed 3rd in B Grade, missing out on second place by just 10 points.