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Sport Report

State Rowing Champions

The Senior Boys 1st Quad have had great success, winning gold and becoming Victorian State Champions in the Male U21 Quad and taking out bronze in the Schoolboy Quad Division One at Rowing Victoria’s State Championship Regatta.

The crew also won at the Wendouree and Head of the Schoolboys’ Regattas this season and will be in excellent form for the APS Heads of the River on Saturday, 25 March.

Congratulations to Joshua Lynders (bow), Angus McIntyre, Charles Reyment, Max Reyment (stroke) and Ben Reid (cox) on becoming State Champions and to their coach, Ash Smallman.

Athletics State Championships

The Victorian State Athletic Championships were held last weekend and Haileybury was extremely well represented with 13 athletes competing for their various clubs. Across 16 different events, Haileybury athletes made 27 finals and took home six gold, four silver and five bronze medals.

Congratulations to our new state champions, medallists and all competitors who have continued to train with their private and school coaches and compete at the highest state level. We wish them well as they move onto National Championships in the holidays.

State Champions

  • Matty Milias U15: 100m Hurdles, 200m Hurdles, 200m, 400m
  • Jaz Firth U16: Discus
  • Amelia Smith U18: 100m Hurdles

Silver medallists

  • Matty Milias U15: Long Jump
  • Jaz Firth U16: 400m
  • Julia Zaitseva U16: 200m
  • Ola Araba U18: 100m

Bronze medallists

  • Jett Keeley U15: 2km Steeple Chase
  • Julia Zaitseva U16: 100m, 200m Hurdles
  • Grace Clemens U18: 400m Hurdles
  • Tash Rourke U18: 2km Steeple Chase

Sean Allcock

Director of Haileybury Sport