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Trimester 3 Sport Captains Report

Trimester 3 Sport Captains Report

Girls’ Volleyball

Round 3 against Ormiston College saw several CHAC teams come away with some great wins. A big congratulations to the Year 9A and Year 9 Blue teams for their 3-0 wins. Other well-deserved wins came from the Year 10A, Year 8A and Year 7A teams, each winning their games 2-1. Unfortunately, Year 8 Blue, Year 7 Blue and Year 7 Red fell just short of victory going down two sets to one. Additionally, the 1st VI, 2nd VI and Year 9 Red teams were unluckily taken out 0-3.

The good results from Round 3 were carried into Round 4 against Canterbury College, with the Year 10A and Year 7A teams earning 3-0 wins and the 1st VI winning 3-1. The Year 8 Blue team just lost 1-2 and the 2nd VI, Year 9 and Year 8 teams unfortunately had 0-3 losses. In the supplementary competition, the Year 9 Blue team won 3-0 again against Ormiston College, and the Year 9 Red and the Year 7 Red also won 3-0 against St Columban’s College.

So far, all teams look strong and I am excited to see how well we perform in the next two rounds against St Columban’s and West Moreton Anglican College. Make sure you come down to CHAC this weekend for another home game, to help cheer the Volleyball girls on to victory.

Thea Biss
Girls’ Volleyball Captain

Touch Football

The Touch Football season has continued to be successful across all teams. I am not surprised after all the hard work being put in at training. In Round 3, the College played Ormiston and finished the round with a number of wins. A special mention goes to the Year 9A team which won 14-1; I am incredibly proud of their efforts and would like to see it continue. Last weekend, CHAC came up against Canterbury College in Round 4 and, again, all teams played exceptionally well Our 1st VI, Year 10A, Year 8A, Year 8 Blue and Year 7 Blue teams all came away with wins. Congratulations to Safia Schamburg from the Year 10A team; I was pleased to see the 

dedication and commitment that she contributed to her team.


Good luck to all teams playing this weekend. I would like to encourage everyone to come down and support our girls. Make sure you stay around for the 1st VI game!

Brittney Barnes
Girls’ Touch Football Captain

Boys’ Basketball

The past fortnight has seen CHAC Boys' Basketball continue to succeed remarkably. A notable mention to the Years 8A and 9A teams which have remained undefeated throughout the tough competition faced in past weeks. The Year 8A team came away with an extremely convincing 75-10 win against Canterbury College last weekend. A special shout out to the Year 7As who fought hard until the buzzer, but unfortunately lost 30-31 against Ormiston College. It has been great to see everyone embrace the tough competition we have already faced. We would appreciate as many supporters as possible at the game this Saturday; St Columban’s has always shown that they are not to be underestimated, so the games this weekend should be great to watch.

Lachlan Treweek
Boys’ Basketball Captain


CHAC has shown great resilience over the past two weeks with number of strong victories against Ormiston and Canterbury. Against Canterbury, the 2nd XI team pulled away with their first win of the season. In the dominant 7-0 win, Jacob Riek, Noah Smith and Bailey Theobald all came away with two magnificent goals. The Year 7 team had a clean 4-1 win, with Joshua Wold on the right wing taking charge and putting the team in front with two quick goals.

A special mention to the Year 8 team being the only team to keep a clean sheet, defeating Ormiston 3-0. These past two home games have shown overwhelming support and I encourage this to continue through to our fixtures this Saturday. Good luck to all teams and let’s go CHAC Chargers!

Scott Campbell
Football Captain