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Sport Report

Dancing to Regional and State Finals

During the past weekend, Middle School and some Year 9 Aerobics students, along with Middle School and Senior School Dance students, competed in the TFT Schoolaerobics and Dancestar Regional Competition hoping to secure a berth in State finals in June.

All campuses had several competitors in Dance and/or Aerobics and we were very proud of the way in which our students represented the School.   

All 14 Middle and Senior School dance teams progressed through to State Finals and 20 of our soloists have also made it to the event in June. A truly incredible result!

State Schools Victoria (SSV) Softball Finals

Haileybury’s APS/AGSV Premier Softball team was invited to compete in the SSV Softball Finals day. They performed extremely well in windy and cold conditions.

The girls got through the semi-finals, however, they faced some tough pitching in the final and lost 03. The event was a wonderful opportunity for the team.

National lacrosse success

Jack Cahill (Year 12) represented Victoria in the Under 18 Men’s Lacrosse team in the National Championships earlier this term. The team won all their games, including the final where they beat Western Australia 108. Jack was named MVP of the championship game. Well done, Jack!

A swimming star is born!

Macey Sheridan (Year 8) is a student at Haileybury Rendall School and she recently competed at the 2023 Australian Age Swimming Championships in the Gold Coast.

Her performances have attracted praise and extensive media coverage across several national and international news outlets, earning Macey the nickname the Darling of Darwin! Locally, she featured in a NT News article and she will be interviewed next Monday on Mix 104.9 with Katie Woolf.

After six days of competition and eight events, Macey qualified for eight finals and achieved PBs, Northern Territory and Club records. Well done, Macey.

Sean Allcock

Director of Haileybury Sport