Senior Girls Touch Rugby
At half time, the score was very close at 4-3 points in favour of Prendiville loss. The girls managed to pick up their game and execution of skills to win 7-5. The girls really pushed hard and finished with great intensity. The top scorers were Ella Bartholemew,Holly Harding and Holly Hardman.
Senior Boys Basketball
The boys started very strong with a 10-0 lead, but slipped up in defence in the last few quarters. They had an early charge and lead but towards the end, lost composure. Sadly, the boys lost but still had a very strong work ethic and kept up the intensity even whilst falling behind. Best players on court were Jack Page, Tyson Cook and Callum Donald. Great effort boys!
Senior Girls Volleyball
After being ahead in both sets, a lack of communication and movement cost the girls the game. They had some great shots and teamwork execution but just could not pull through in the end. The girls are still a very promising and talented team. Top scorers were Belle Bastow and Katie Marshall. Best players were Imogen Bateup, Belle Bastow and Tea Edwards.
11/12 Boys Volleyball
Over all, it was a very close game with some excellent ball movement and teamwork. However, the boys defence was below average and this was their downfall. The boys are working very well together and proving their talent. The top scorers were Toby Waymouth, Jesse Morris-Palmer and Ollie Bastow. These three boys also received the best player awards. Keep it up, boys!
Year 9 Girls Basketball
Prendiville was an extremely strong team who executed shots well. Our girls are still getting used to the style of basketball, held their own in the game, defended well, and had some good breakaways. Top scorer was Erin Donaldson. Erin also received best player along with Summer Fryters and Jessica Whitby.
Year 9/10 Boys Cricket
It was a very close game, with only five runs separating the two teams. In the end, St Mark’s ended up on top. The boys only had nine in the team, so was a superb effort to take the win. The fielding was excellent, despite being three players short. The boys really showed their skill and teamwork today. Top scorers were Cooper Bartlett and Ashton Robertson. These two boys also received best player awards, along with Ryan Nicholls.
Year 7/8 Boys Basketball
The Year 7/8 Boys Team showed strong determination right from the start. The game was nice and clean, with sportsmanship all around. Some structure did not go to plan but the boys pulled it together and won comfortably 53-37. The top scorers for the match were Cian Ingles, Owen Van Zyl and Talan Furmage, all on fire with buckets after bucket. Best players were Owen Van Zyl, Asher Wilkinson and Talan Furmage. Well done, boys!
Year 7/8 Girls Basketball
Right from the buzzer, the Year 7/8 Girls were in close contention with the Prendiville team. The tough opposition made for a thrilling game with the match going down to the wire. The girls worked very hard but had some unlucky misses, with Prendiville only beating them by eight points. The final score was 37-45. The top scorers and best players were Grace Gardiner and Maya Bess. Well done girls, keep up the great effort!
Year 7/8 Girls Touch Rugby
It was a humid grey day outside with a slight drizzle in the air, but the girls took no notice. After a bit of a clumsy start with Prendiville scoring a couple of quick tries, the girls tightened up their defences and went on the attack. It was a high scoring, thrilling game with both teams showing amazing defence. The girls fought hard with some exciting sprints across the field, with our girls winning by 9 tries to 6! The top scorer for the match was Elyssa Melville with an outstanding five tries! Demi Van Rensberg also scored well, with a couple of nice looking tries. Best players were Bella Gonano, Tenaya Stevens and Demi van Rensberg. An amazing effort from the girls!
Year 7/8 Cricket
A tough day on the pitch for the 7/8 Team. The Prendiville Team set a very hard run chase of 73. The St Mark’s Team didn’t drop their heads and instead went after the total with all they could. Kaleb White was the top scorer followed by Josh McCarthy and Chilli Bostwick. The Team did an amazing job to hold it together under some tough bowling from the Prendiville side. The Team ended up going down 48 – 73 with an outstanding effort against a tough competition. The best players were Kaleb White, Jett Butler and Jemma Hooper. A great effort from the Team!