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Sports Awards Night
On Thursday 21 September, Salesian College celebrated our athletes’ achievements for the year at our annual Sports Awards Night.
This year we were very fortunate to have Western Bulldogs Brownlow Medallist, Adam Cooney and Melbourne City Goalkeeper, Eugene Galekovic attend the night.
It was a great celebration of all the individual awards won by students, as well as a celebration of all the team premierships that we have won over the course of 2017. We would like to thank all the boys and their families who attended on the night.
Also, a massive thank you to all the staff who were involved in helping make the night a great success.
Year 10 Volleyball – The season started with a tough match against Mazenod College. Unfortunately, both the A & B team were defeated.
Year 9 Volleyball – A fantastic start for both the A & B Volleyball side, as they both won against St Joseph’s Ferntree Gully.
Year 10 Cricket – The boys set Mazenod a target of 130 to chase down in 30 overs. Unfortunately, Mazenod made the total with 1 over to spare.
Year 9 Cricket – The boys had a massive task, to chase down 200 runs in 30 overs against St Joseph’s Ferntree Gully. Unfortunately, this total was unable to be reached by our team.
Year 10 Tennis – The team were unable to score a victory against a tough Mazenod Team.
Year 9 Tennis – A fantastic start to the season, as the team was able to claim victory against St Joseph’s Ferntree Gully.
Year 8 Volleyball – Another tough start to the season with a Mazenod match up in the first round. Unfortunately, the team was defeated.
Year 7 Volleyball – The boys were super competitive against St Bede’s, but unfortunately were unable to win.
Year 8 Cricket – The team started off their campaign with a great victory against Mazenod College.
Year 7 Cricket – After being set a massive 130 run total to chase down, the boys unfortunately fell short by 13 runs, losing to St Bede’s College.
Year 8 Tennis – The boys started the season with a loss to Mazenod College.
Mr Domenic Scarpino