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GSV Results

As we near the conclusion of Term 3 GSV Sport we can reflect on some excellent results which acknowledge all the hard work the students and coaches have invested. Some notable results are as follows:

• Junior Soccer defeating the strong favourites Toorak College 4 to 1 on Thursday, 22 August 2019.
• Inter Badminton winning 266 points (4 matches, 8 games), to 128 (0 matches, 1 game) over Mentone, on Wednesday, 31 July 2019.
• Senior Soccer defeating PLC 8 goals to 0 on Monday, July 29 2019.
• Junior Volleyball team 1B beating Korowa 94 points (3 sets) to 66 points (1 set) on Thursday, 25 July 2019.
• Inter Volleyball team C winning 75 points (3 sets) to 54 points (no sets) over Loreto on Wednesday, 24 July 2019.  

On Wednesday, 28 August 2019, Siena College participated in the GSV Track and Field Championships and placed fifth overall as well as first place in the Intermediate division (Years 9 and 10). A special mention goes to Jemma Rigoni (Year 9), Holly Nieuwenhuizen (Year 9), Jade Devlin (Year 12) and Emily Hodder (Year 12) for some outstanding performances. There will be a number of students who will have qualified for the GSV Championship Finals Night on Tuesday, 10 September 2019. 

We continue to recognise the achievements of Jaimie Guan (Year 9) in Karate. Jaimie competed at the 2019 Australian Karate Federation National Championship in Tasmania early this term and finished with a bronze medal. This is now her third year of representing Victoria at Nationals. 

Victoria Zikas (Year 10), Trinity Williams (Year 10) and Emali Goulas (Year 9) went to China last month to participate in the Gothia Cup International Youth Tournament. The team played six games over six days and won the Bronze medal.  All three girls represented Box Hill United U16 and the Gothia Cup Championship includes teams from all around the world.

Lilly Oliphant (Year 8) has been selected for the AFL Victoria Female Kickstart State Academy after a recent High Performance testing day at Essendon Football Club. Based on trials and performance in a game, a squad of thirty players have been selected to continue through to a performance camp. After camp, a final twenty players will be selected to represent Female Kickstart Victoria for 2019. The performance camp provides an opportunity for players to enter the talent pathway and to represent Indigenous Victoria and potentially the AFL National Indigenous team.

Please continue to visit the Siena Central Sport page for any information on our Sport program.

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GSV Results

As we near the conclusion of Term 3 GSV Sport we can reflect on some excellent results which acknowledge all the hard work the students and coaches have invested. Some notable results are as follows:

• Junior Soccer defeating the strong favourites Toorak College 4 to 1 on Thursday, 22 August 2019.
• Inter Badminton winning 266 points (4 matches, 8 games), to 128 (0 matches, 1 game) over Mentone, on Wednesday, 31 July 2019.
• Senior Soccer defeating PLC 8 goals to 0 on Monday, July 29 2019.
• Junior Volleyball team 1B beating Korowa 94 points (3 sets) to 66 points (1 set) on Thursday, 25 July 2019.
• Inter Volleyball team C winning 75 points (3 sets) to 54 points (no sets) over Loreto on Wednesday, 24 July 2019.  

On Wednesday, 28 August 2019, Siena College participated in the GSV Track and Field Championships and placed fifth overall as well as first place in the Intermediate division (Years 9 and 10). A special mention goes to Jemma Rigoni (Year 9), Holly Nieuwenhuizen (Year 9), Jade Devlin (Year 12) and Emily Hodder (Year 12) for some outstanding performances. There will be a number of students who will have qualified for the GSV Championship Finals Night on Tuesday, 10 September 2019. 

We continue to recognise the achievements of Jaimie Guan (Year 9) in Karate. Jaimie competed at the 2019 Australian Karate Federation National Championship in Tasmania early this term and finished with a bronze medal. This is now her third year of representing Victoria at Nationals. 

Victoria Zikas (Year 10), Trinity Williams (Year 10) and Emali Goulas (Year 9) went to China last month to participate in the Gothia Cup International Youth Tournament. The team played six games over six days and won the Bronze medal.  All three girls represented Box Hill United U16 and the Gothia Cup Championship includes teams from all around the world.

Lilly Oliphant (Year 8) has been selected for the AFL Victoria Female Kickstart State Academy after a recent High Performance testing day at Essendon Football Club. Based on trials and performance in a game, a squad of thirty players have been selected to continue through to a performance camp. After camp, a final twenty players will be selected to represent Female Kickstart Victoria for 2019. The performance camp provides an opportunity for players to enter the talent pathway and to represent Indigenous Victoria and potentially the AFL National Indigenous team.

Please continue to visit the Siena Central Sport page for any information on our Sport program.