GBC Secondary College Sport

On Saturday, TSAC secondary students travelled away to play Ambrose Treacy College and Brigidine College. The Boy’s Volleyball teams encountered a lively opposition where war cry’s and school singing was prominent. The Junior Seconds team is coached by two Senior Firsts players and the team positively won 2-1. The Junior Firsts narrowly lost 2-1 against an energetic ATC team. The Intermediate Firsts and Seconds grew in confidence and team play as the sets developed however both teams lost 2-1. The Senior Firsts lost 3-0 however leadership was particularly demonstrated by Cooper Jurss and Chris John. In Basketball, the Intermediate Seconds picked up more points on the ladder therefore are looking strong for finals. The Intermediate Firsts Basketball Girls had a close match against Brigidine but went down 20-15. Both Junior teams demonstrated resilience and teamwork by playing closely contested matches. In AFL, our Junior First Boys outstandingly won 88-12. The Intermediate Girls similarly won 42-23. Lastly, the Junior First Girls fought hard in their 58-20 loss. A special congratulations must go to Demi Kara, Claire Brown, Alyena Parsons and Lailah Beattie where they showed their leadership as Year 8 students on the AFL field.

On Saturday 9 March, we play Faith Lutheran College at home where our P&F will be hosting yet another amazing BBQ.

We look forward to continued support on our home ground.

Lucy Lanigan
Head of Co-curricular Sport

GBC Primary College Sport


On Saturday, our Year 3/4 Blue team played a fantastic game against Sheldon, they displayed exceptional teamwork and are continually improving their netball skills each week.

The Year 3/4 Red team took the court shortly after and demonstrated fantastic defence and attack skills which are continuing to improve each week.

Finally, our Year 5/6 White and 5/6 Blue teams had a friendly match against one another.  They all worked together and showcased their exceptional skills in both attack and defence.

Great work to all teams on the weekend. We look forward to our fixture this week as we travel to Sheldon.

Taylor Moskwa-Hudspith 
Teacher – Primary (Physical Education)


On Saturday TSAC teams travelled to Redeemer Lutheran College for the fourth round of AFL fixtures.  Our Year 5/6 teams had the tough task of playing back-to-back. The 5/6’s came out firing against Sheldon college. Some excellent defense and goal kicking saw TSAC walk away with the win 62 to 35. In the second game, the weather was heating up and TSAC came up against a red-hot Redeemer team. Down early TSAC had a strong 3rd quarter to only be down by a goal. Sadly, in the 4th quarter Redeemer got the lucky bounce of the ball and were able to run away with the win.

Our Year 3/4 team came up against a strong Sheldon College team.  Sheldon were too strong for our youngest players, running the field and being dominant victors. Our team showed promise in their game, continuing to show improvement in their skills of defence and kicking.

We look forward to next round where our students will take to the field at Sheldon College.

Suzaan Stolz  
Head of Physical Education and Sport – Primary


Photos – Secondary Girls Basketball

For a full list of the Sports results, please click here: GBC Sports Results Saturday 2 March




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