CAS Results - Term 2, Week 8

Our season is coming towards the end, and we have some important fixtures ahead of us. Our highlight this week was our Year 7 girls’ soccer, who fought out their last game with a smile, and the Year 7 boys' soccer, who had a very exciting draw.


7a Girls WIN 31-1
The team was a little different this week as some changes were made. Although the opposition challenged them at times, our girls used their quick ball movement and defensive pressure to have a strong victory.

7b Girls WIN 32-1
After a slow start, the girls' ball movement took shape, and they were too strong for St James'. The big lead allowed all the girls to rotate positions and have some fun. Sophie, Lucy and Lauren were very consistent in whatever position they were given.

8 Girls WIN 46-7
Greta, Hannah, and Katie led the charge in this away game. They were far too strong for an enthusiastic St James' with four consistent quarters.

9 Girls Win 31-21
The team was down at quarter time, but after that, they were outstanding. Down a few players, the girls stepped up in a great come-from-behind win. Hannah, Charlotte and Chelsea were the dominant players on the court, playing very well. Special mention to Holly for stepping up to be their 7th player.

Senior Girls WIN (Forfeit)


7 Girls LOSS 0-7
Ms Hall has transformed these girls from never played into a team that can play this game. They defended strongly and attacked, taking on the mantra of being aggressive at the ball. Unfortunately, they were up against a team of Sam Kerr’s and were overpowered. Gemma in goals was amazing, thwarting many an attack, but, in the end, even Gemma and her defenders could stop them. It was the team's last game, but they have loved every minute of their season!

7 Boys DRAW 2-2
Game of the round – it was very exciting! In a tight tussle, the team was down two girls but were playing well. With a second-half goal sparking some excitement, the team played with strong energy and attacked. This culminated in a second goal, and then they continued to attack with a penalty given and it narrowly missing. It was a pleasure to watch.

8/9 Girls LOSS 0-1

The girls travelled up to St James' and played in a tight tussle. The game could have gone either way, but unfortunately, we allowed a goal that cost us the match. The coach was very proud of how the girls played out the game.

8/9 Boys LOSS 0-7

The boys travelled a long way for this game, and unfortunately, they struggled against a quality side. Even with the training and the positive energy, the boys could not score. They still had fun and never gave up. Luca was a shining light on a dark afternoon.

Senior Girls WIN (Forfeit)

Senior Boys LOSS 2-3
Against a large squad in St James', our boys warmed up with only 8 players. With a quick ring around, they recruited 3 players to have a team. Special mention to our goal-keeping recruit, Mitchell, who used his AFL talents to be a very good keeper and stop many a shot on goal. Renan was outstanding as a striker scoring both our goals.


7 Boys WIN 3-0 (18) - 2-3 (15)
What a win! A real scrap throughout as Irene McCormack were up for the challenge to play the undefeated ladder leaders. Casper got an early goal to kickstart things, with Jayden being the hero with the game-winning goal. Zach tackled relentlessly, and Danny took some great marks, including one important one in the dying seconds. Great win boys!

8/9 Boys WIN 9.6 (60)– 0.2 (2)
In wet and windy conditions, our boys shared the ball around, creating some run from half back to keep the ball in our half. Our Year 8 boys stepped up and played well, with Owen, Fletcher and Tom holding their own.