SAPSASA KNOCKOUT NETBALL

On Wednesday 13th June, we played Knock Out Netball at Eastern Fleurieu School.  We played a fantastic team game that reflected our school values however the home side of EFS proved too strong for us and we walked away with a loss. 

We started strong only trailing by 3 goals at the conclusion of the first quarter, however the second quarter was our undoing with EFS powering in front with a 10 goal streak.  We pulled ourselves back together well with a commendable group mindset for the final half but the damage had been done.  The girls fought hard and showed immense improvement as the game progressed trying new positions and having fun.

Thanks again to Co-Coach Jodie Edwards for scoring and timekeeping and Trina Doig for giving up endless break times to run practices with the team. Without your help these days and events could not occur. It was also great to see some family spectators and supporters there too. Well done to everyone involved and congratulations on a great effort girls!

       Kate Reynolds PE Teacher

Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy Super League Trials

Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy (DLCA) trials will be taking place in Encounter Bay on the 17th July and Strathalbyn on the 18th July. The DLCA Super League is a junior cricket carnival that takes place in Adelaide during the October school holidays. There will be 2 age groups this year - 14 & Under and 12 & Under. The trials will take place with a DLCA Coach attending. Trina has advertised this to all students and given those interested the flyers and the registration form that needs to be completed prior to the day. If you would like more information please contact  

Bill Burnett

Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy

M: +61 422 155 180 | E: bill@dlca.com.au

www.dlca.com.au

Sapsasa Knockout Girls’ and Boys’ Football

The Girls’ football game was played on Thursday 7th June against Reynella East at Reynella East School. The girls tried really hard, tackled intently and put 100% effort in for the whole game. We unfortunately lost the game 4 goal 3 (27 points) to 2 goal 4 (16 points) which means we are now “knocked out” of the competition. Congratulations to the girls and their coaches Archie, Brandon and Thomas for their efforts at practice and on the day. Thanks to Tyann for accompanying us on the bus and to the parents who came and cheered us on.

 

The Boys’ football game was played on Friday 8th June at Victor Harbor High against Investigator. Our team had dwindled to 17 players before the first bounce, due to injury and absence. The boys tried really hard all day but were outmanned and out run, being defeated by a very experienced opposition. Every boy tried their hardest right until the final siren. We are now “knocked out” of the competition and have no further games for the rest of the year. Thank you to Brett for coaching the team and running practices with the boys, to the parents who watched and supported the students and to Paul Loughead and the students in the AFL program for officiating and organising the football game for us. This continued support from our local High School is greatly appreciated.

Sapsasa Knockout Boys’ and Girls’ Football

Round 2 information:

The Girls’ football game will be played on Thursday 7th June against Reynella East at Reynella East School.

The Boys’ football game will be played on Friday 8th June at Victor Harbor High against Investigator.

A big thank you to Paul Loughead and the students in the AFL program for officiating and organising the football game for us. This continued support from our local High School is greatly appreciated.

Thanks again to Brett, Archie, Tom and Brandon for coaching the teams. Practices are occurring during designated break times.

 

Sapsasa Knockout Girls’ Netball

The Girls’ netball game will be played on Wednesday 13th June at Strathalbyn against Eastern Fleurieu. Thanks to Kate and Jodie for umpiring and coaching the girls. Practices are occurring during designated break times.

Sapsasa Knockout Boys Soccer

On Wednesday 23rd May our Knockout boys’ soccer team played their first round match against Encounter Lutheran at Port Elliot Breakers Oval. Thank you to Josh for coaching the boys and setting up the oval for us, to Amanda for helping us walk there and back and to the Breakers Club for allowing us to use their facilities. Thanks also to Kevin for being the referee. This support is greatly appreciated. The boys worked really hard and learnt a lot about the game of Soccer. We unfortunately lost this game so we are now “knocked out” of the carnival for this year.

 

Southern Sapsasa District Soccer

Students in Year 6, 7 have been offered the opportunity to trial for the Sapsasa Southern District Soccer team. Interested students were given information re this process. If you’d like further information please see Trina at school.

SAPSASA CROSS COUNTRY Wednesday 9th May

30 Students aged 10-12 participated in the Cross Country event held at Kent Reserve on Wednesday 9th May. All students tried their best, with our school finishing 5th overall. We had 3 place getters who are now invited to compete at Oakbank on Thursday 7th June representing our District. Congratulations to Poppy (1st in her event), Maddie (2nd in her event) and Mya (6th in her event). We hope you all enjoy the experience.

Thank you to all parents who supported and assisted us on the day.

Sporting Schools Grants

Trina applied for and received a Sporting Schools Grant for Lacrosse/Sofcrosse coaching, training and equipment. Trina will receive training from the coach to teach these skills to the classes she teaches PE. Kate, being a former Australian Lacrosse player, will be teaching these skills to her PE classes. From this grant the school has received enough equipment necessary to successfully teach these sessions to a whole class of children at a time.

Student Leadership/ Kindergarten Transition

The Year 6/7 students were offered the opportunity to run, with Trina’s support, small PE skills sessions for our neighbouring Kindergarten students, twice a term, in Terms 2 and 3. Lots of students volunteered to plan and run this program, which was great to see. The first session was held on Monday 21st May 9am-9:30am. Congratulations to the Year 6/7 students who ran this program. They were all very organised and treated the younger students with respect and understanding. They all did a fantastic job. The kindergarten students had a great time and learnt lots from them. Well done to all involved. We are looking forward to the sessions in Week 8 and again in Term 3.

Sapsasa Knockout Boys’ Football

On Friday 11th May our Knockout boys’ football team played their first round match against Seaford Rise at Victor Harbor High School. All boys played well and gave 100% all game. The boys won the game very convincingly, resulting in us advancing to the second round.

A big thank you to Paul Loughead and the students in the AFL program for officiating and organising the football game for us. This continued support from our local High School is greatly appreciated.

Thanks again to Brett for coaching the team. Practices are still occurring during designated break times. Thank you also to the parents who watched and supported the students.

SAPSASA NETBALL AND FOOTBALL CARNIVAL Wednesday 2nd May

We entered a boys’ football team and 2 girls’ netball teams in this carnival. Thank you to Brett for coaching the boys and to Jodie and Kate for coaching and umpiring the netball teams. The players are very appreciative that they got the chance to participate in this event and to learn from your knowledge and skills. The students enjoyed the day, conducting themselves with respect and displaying great sportsmanship. Also, thanks to Nicole for umpiring the netball for us and to Shane and Leanne for assisting with the goal umpiring. Without volunteers Sapsasa events could not occur. So thank you very much.

Southern District SAPSASA Girls  HOCKEY CARNIVAL 2018

25th – 29th June                       Term 2, week 9

If you are a Yr. 6 or 7 student and interested in trying out for the Southern District Girls Hockey SAPSASA Team come along to trails.

Trail Sessions: Monday 7th, 14th & 21st

Where: Victor Harbor Hockey Grounds                                         

51 Armstrong Rd, Victor Harbor

Time: 5pm – 5.45pm

For more information please contact:                                                                     

Team Manager Nicole: 0415 060 959                                       

Coach Lynette: 0422 960 479

SAPSASA NETBALL AND FOOTBALL CARNIVAL Wednesday 2nd May

We have entered a boys’ football team and 2 girls’ netball teams in this carnival. Practices are being held during designated break times. Thank you to Brett for agreeing to coach the boys and to Jodie and Karen for coaching the netball teams. We are still in need of 2 umpires for the day. If you know of someone who can help us out please let Trina know asap. Thanks.

 

SAPSASA CROSS COUNTRY Wednesday 9th May

Students aged 10-13 have been invited to nominate and practice for the Cross Country event to be held at Kent Reserve Wednesday 9th May (Week 2 Term 2). More information was sent home this week with interested students.

SPORTS DAY

 

It was great to see everyone dressed in their colours, giving 100% effort and having a fun filled day. Congratulations to Freeman for coming first, Commodore second place, Knights third and Boomer fourth. Thank you to all the organisers, helpers (students, staff and parents) and volunteers on the day. Thank you to the Victor Harbor High School Yr 8 and 10 students, mentored by teacher Simon Harris, who assisted beautifully again this year. We are very grateful for this ongoing, outstanding support. Also, thanks to Kingston Area School for supporting Molly to attend to present the shield to the winning team. Congratulations once again to our amazing House Captains who have done a fantastic job all term and on the day. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves. Please feel free to send feedback to the school to be considered for next year.