A complete of 15 prepared tennis avid gamers from Yr four at St Catherine’s Catholic Faculty, Singleton spark off to Newcastle on October 29 to play an afternoon of tennis in opposition to 10 different qualifying colleges from the area as a part of the Todd Woodbridge Cup match.
The kids had earned their position at Regionals after groups completed 1st and 2d on the Zone Day held on the stunning Howe Park Tennis Complicated.
After the preliminary 5 rounds of play, St Catherine’s discovered itself within the enviable place of each groups making the semi finals, taking part in off for the highest two spots that may earn the precise to transport ahead to the State Finals in Sydney.
“The kids had an exquisite time, excelling each of their sportsmanship and of their professional play,” St Catherine’s Catholic Faculty trainer Nicole Adler instructed the Singleton Argus.
“It used to be nice to peer the team-work from all and the way in which our returning avid gamers from ultimate yr used their wisdom and enjoy to assist out new avid gamers, and the way our new avid gamers added additional punch to take each groups to even upper ranges.”
Finally, the staff of William Bailey, Tyler Wetherspoon-Generators, Sam Oliver, Jonah Andrews, Harriet Taylor-Holmes, Lillian-Stanford-Lucas and Brydie Grey, took out third position at the day.
An awesome end result given the reality the kids had been one participant down all day and persisted on regardless.
The second one staff did one higher than the college’s hanging ultimate yr, this time finishing up winners at the day
Because of this Tessa McLeod, Chloe Vaughan, Macy Neyland, Lara Gradwell, Beau Hetherington, Ashton Cillero, Harley Harrison and Elijah Campbell head to Sydney to compete in opposition to the opposite best groups from areas throughout NSW and the ACT this Monday.
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