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The majority of GSV netball, hockey, water polo and AFL have finished for the season, with a mixed season for Siena teams. All teams had good periods and showed strong character and effort, with our AFL teams having a mixed but competitive season, led by the Senior A team, which finished second in the Zone 1 ladder, as well as the Siena 1 AFL 9s team, which finished first in its zone ladder. Our water polo team was competitive, with two strong performances at the start and end of the season. Siena's hockey teams also endured a tough season but were well represented by the Junior A Grade team, which did well to finish second in a competitive zone group. Our netball teams have competed in a professional and strong manner, even though not reflected by the ladder positions. A huge congratulations to the junior netball teams, some of which are still in contention for finals. We also have competed strongly in cross country events, with athletics, aerobics and basketball competitions upcoming to complete the term.

Congratulations to Jemma Rigoni who came 49th out of 226 runners in Junior A cross country, a phenomenal effort.  Katie Netherway was 41st in Senior A overall out of 191 Runners, again an amazing effort that has made us proud. Well done to both girls. 

A special mention also to Jaimie Guan, who over recent months has been competing in various karate tournaments, achieving not only outstanding results, such as winning bronze and silver medals, but also showing the true Siena character of strength and perseverance, a lesson we can all learn from.  Well done, Jaimie!

Congratulations to the girls for your amazing efforts this term and we look forward to a strong Term 3!

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