Unfortunately, the week we were scheduled to complete against St. John’s was washed out. This was disappointing, as we were very confident of coming away with a clean sweep of wins, but it wasn’t unexpected due to the amount of rain we received in the previous days.
Last week, Girl’s Tennis was very successful against John Paul College. Our matches against the JPC teams were very entertaining and five out of six teams came away with a win. It is great to enter Saturday's finals with this success under our belts. I have the pleasure of announcing that the Years 8, 9 and 10 teams are all in Premiership games. The Year 7 and 2nd IV teams are competing for third place, and the 1st IV are playing for 7th. Good luck to all teams this weekend.
Chloe Flook, Tennis Captain
Round 7 against St John’s saw CHAC come away with some extremely successful results. All teams who were able to play (due to rain cancellations) came away with a win. This is an effort that all our girls should be proud of. A special mention to our Year 8A team, who fought hard to win 59-1. I’d also like to give a shout out to our 1st V team for their very first win. Round 8 against JPC saw another outstanding week, with 10 out of our 15 teams coming away with a win. Special mention to our 2nd V, Year 7A, Year 9 White, Year 8 White, and Year 7 Blue teams, who will play for a Premiership on Saturday. All teams should be proud of their efforts this season.
Leni Cooper, Basketball Captain
For TAS Rounds 7 and 8, CHAC played St Johns and John Paul College respectively. CHAC had some impressive results against St John’s, with six wins out of a possible nine. Due to the weather, some of the games had to be called off. Unfortunately, the 1st VI fell in straight sets for the first time this season.
CHAC performed extremely well against JPC, winning 12 out of the 14 matches. With finals on Saturday, I am proud to highlight that we have nine out of the 17 teams competing for a Premiership. I am confident that all teams can perform well and wish all teams the best of luck.
Sam Pittorino, Volleyball Captain