The first semester of sport at Charles Campbell has been huge, with a fantastic commitment from students and teachers alike to help continue and grow the sporting endeavours at CCC. Students have had the opportunity to participate in a range of different sports and competition formats including weekly vista competition, lightning day carnivals and knockout sport.
The efforts of the students have been terrific and a number of students have participated in both new and familiar sports. These competitions enable students to further develop their skills, teamwork, sportsmanship and competitiveness, all while having the chance to be physically active and healthy to assist their overall well-being.
Competition results so far this year -
Vista Weekly Sport
8/9 boys football (3rd place)
Open girls’ netball – CCC Team 1 (Champions)
Open girls’ netball – CCC Team 2 (4th Place)
Term 1 & 2 Lightning Carnivals
Year 8 boys’ basketball – Div 2 (Champions)
8/9 girls’ netball (8th place)
8/9 girls’ 9-A-Side football (10th place)
Senior boys’ basketball – Div 1 (Runner Up)
Senior boys’ basketball – Div 2 (Runner Up)
Senior boys’ badminton – Team 1 (6th place)
Senior boys’ badminton – Team 2 (7th place)
Senior boys’ badminton – Team 3 (9th place)
Senior girls’ badminton (4th place)
Senior girl’s netball – Div 1 (3rd place)
Senior girls’ basketball (6th place)
Senior girls’ volleyball (4th place)
Senior girl’s indoor cricket (4th place)
8/9 boys’ football (Round 1)
8/9 boys’ soccer (Round 1)
Open girls’ basketball (Round 1)
Open girls’ football (Round 1)
Open boys’ basketball (Round 1)
Open boys’ football (Round 2)
Open boys’ soccer (Round 2)
The efforts of the students have been matched by that of the teachers who have generously lent their time throughout the semester to help with one or more of the teams. Thanks to Mr Butler-Bowdon, Mr Willsmore, Mr Yeend, Mr Muggleton, Mr Marotti, Mr Panagis, Mr Hannath, Ms Kulikovsky & Mr Karasavas.
We look forward to the upcoming semester and the continued participation throughout the various sporting competitions to come!
The weekly Vista sports competition wrapped up on Tuesday (3/7) with the Grand Final taking place after 7 rounds of home and away competition. Charles Campbell was represented by an 8/9 football team and two Open girls netball teams, competing against various schools in the North East zone.
Despite stiff competition against some very strong schools, the 8/9 boys’ football team managed to finish in third position – developing and becoming more cohesive as a team over the course of the term, to play some great football. The sportsmanship and competitiveness was inspiring throughout, and leaves us very optimistic for the future of football at CCC.
With a strong interest and willingness from the Open girls in years 10, 11, and 12, we had enough numbers to field two teams in the netball competition. Despite some interruptions to the schedules, both teams were able to apply themselves throughout and produce some excellent results. These strong performances lead to a Grand Final berth for the CCC1 team against Modbury High school!
Despite experiencing a close loss to Modbury in round 1 of the competition, the girls were determined not to be outdone again, and produced some scintillating netball in a hotly contested match that went back and forth for much of the game. When the final whistle sounded, nothing was separating the two teams, and an ensuing 5 minutes of extra time was played to see if the deadlock could be broken. Some great all-round netball over the entire court saw CCC capitalise on their opportunities and maximise their opportunities with the ball to pull off a stunning win – 47 v 43! Congratulations to Mr Yeend (coach) and the girls – Georgia, Tamieka, Jasmine, Courtney, Emilee, Shanti, and Tayla for their success!
A big thanks to Mr Willsmore (coach 8/9 boys football), Ms Kulikovsky (coach CCC2 netball) and Mr Yeend (coach CCC1 netball) for their efforts and contribution to sporting life of Charles Campbell, without their assistance and expertise these competitions would not go ahead. Congratulations as well to all the students involved throughout the competitions for their participation, sportsmanship and enjoyment over the term.
We look forward to further student involvement throughout the new vista competitions taking place in term 3!
The R-6 College students are currently involved in a Saturday morning netball competition being played against various schools throughout the area across a variety of age groups including under 7s, under 9s (x2) and under 11s. There are many students, both boys and girls, involved in these teams and they have competed for a number of weeks now, with an upcoming break heading into the school holidays before re-commencing in term 3. Some of the competition results so far –
Under 7s – Draw 1 v 1
Under 9s Netta 2 – Win 17 v 3 (Nailsworth)
Under 9s Netta 4 – Win 8 v 2 (East Para Primary)
Under 11s – Draw 5 v 5 (Wilderness)
Under 7s – Win 1 v 0
Under 9s Netta 2 – Win 8 v 3
Under 9s Netta 4 – Lost 4 v 7
Under 11s – Win 9 v 4
Round 3 – Long Weekend Bye
Under 7s – Lost 3 v 0
Under 9s Netta 1 – Lost 6 v 9
Under 9s Netta 4 – Lost 3 v 10
Under 11s – Bye
Under 7s – Lost 2 v 1
Under 9s Netta 1 – Lost 7 v 8
Under 9s Netta 4 – Bye
Under 11s – Won 8 v 6
Under 7s – Won 1 v 0
Under 9s Netta 1 – 8 v 7
Under 9s Netta 4 – 12 v 1
Under 11s – Won 10 v 9
The running of these teams is only possible through the generous personal time given by Ms Russell, Ms Camporeale and Ms Palmer to help organise, coach and facilitate the teams taking part. Without their personal commitment to these students, they would not have the opportunity to develop and further their skills while having the fun they do!
Keep posted for further updates at the conclusion of the season in term 3!
Have a safe holiday break and please remember if you are worried about anything, help can be accessed via –
Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800 www.kidshelp.com.au
Beyondblue: 1300 22 4636 www.youthbeyondblue.com
eheadspace: 1800 650 890 www.eheadspace.org.au
Parent Helpline: 1300 364 100
Women’s and Children’s Hospital: 8161 7000 www.wch.sa.gov.au/
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) 8161 7198 (9am – 5pm)