Sports Bulletin

Tennis, Rugby League and Basketball trials begin next week!

Please check the relevant season schedules for Times and Venues

 This weekend marks the final round of AIC chess, rugby and football. For many of our Year 12 students this will be their last opportunity for them to play schoolboy footy. Many of these boys have enjoyed representing Villanova since their days back in Year 5 or Year 7. On behalf of the College, I thank all the Year 12 students for their efforts over the years and I wish them the very best in their last game for the mighty ‘Green and Gold’.

It was pleasing to see our boys performed well against St Edmund’s College over the weekend. We must acknowledge our 1st XI Football team on a sensational season so far. Before the round last weekend five teams were in equal first place and after the results came in three teams are now chasing the 1st XI premiership. At present our boys are one of those three teams in contention to win the competition. A win is needed this weekend to secure the much-coveted AIC premiership and you will have the support of the College behind you. In fact, we wish all rugby, football and chess players the very best and hope they can perform at their best this week to finish off the season well.

At this stage we are looking to finalize all arrangements for trials for the next trimester of sport. All details regarding the trial schedule for the AIC Basketball, AIC Rugby League and AIC Tennis season is posted on the College’s website. The trials begin next week. Information regarding the AIC Track and Field season will be posted on the web early next term. Track & Field training will not commence until after the College’s interhouse Track and Field Day, which will be held on August 11, during Ekka holiday week.

This weekend Villanova is up against Padua College. It will be a big day. I ask all students from Years 5 – 12 to make the extra effort this weekend to stay around and support their fellow schoolmates in the other matches, particularly the 1st rugby and football games. I wish everybody all the very best for the final round of rugby, football and chess. Enjoy!

 AIC Rugby, Football and Chess Fixtures, Friday 10 and Saturday 11 June – Times and Venues

All times and venues for this weekend’s fixtures against Padua College are available on the College’s website and in Parent Lounge.

Villanova Park Canteen

 All parents are asked to assist in the canteen during the time your son/s have their warmups. We desperately need help first thing in the morning preparing the food and cooking the barbecue.  Please help as your assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Rugby/Football Canteen Roster

Villanova Park – 11 June

We kindly ask parents to assist when their son arrives for warm up 30 minutes before their scheduled game.

All parents who can assist are asked to report to Sarah Patterson. 

Time Rugby Parents Football Parents
7.00am 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A
7.30am 5D, 6D, 8E
8.00am 5B, 6B, 7B, 8B
8.30am 5C, 6C, 7C, 8D
9.00am 5C, 6C, 7C, 8C
9.30am 5B, 6B, 7B, 8C
10.00am 6E, 7D, 7E
10.30am 5A, 6A, 7A, 8B
11.00am 8A

Rugby and Football Photo Schedule Saturday 11 June 2022 (V2)

Please arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled time, dressed in the correct sporting apparel including boots.  If you arrive LATE, sorry NO photo.

 Location: Behind the scoreboard on Andrew Slack Oval

Saturday 11 June – Villanova Park (Andrew Slack Scoreboard)

Time Team
6:40am 7A Football
6:45am 8A Football
6:50am 6A Football
6:55am 5A Football
7:15am 6D Rugby
7:20am 5D Rugby
7:40am 8B Football
7:45am 7B Football
7.50am 6B Football
7:55am 5B Football
8:30am 8D Rugby
9.00am 6C Football
9:40am 6E Football

AIC Football – Mr Anthony Kemp, AIC Football Co-ordinator

Once again it was great to see that a full round of football was able to be played in what has been another strange season full of interruptions. The round against St Edmund’s saw many of our teams bounce back and compete strongly. Overall, we had 18 wins, three draws and six losses which is a great result from all teams involved.

The First XI side entered their match against St Edmund’s as one of the five sides on top of the table. St Edmund’s also came into this round on top setting up a must win for both teams. The start of the match began very scrappily with Villa giving away an early free kick near their own 18-yard box. St Edmund’s were able to capitalise on this early opportunity scoring from the free kick with a low curling shot around the wall to take the lead 1-0 in the first minute of the match. It was clear from the outset that this was going to be a physical encounter with both sides making strong tackles and not backing down when competing for the ball.

Villa continued to look for an equaliser and eventually found one through a crossed ball to Ben Hermiston who headed it in for a 1-1 score line. Possession continued to be shared and both teams looked to take the advantage with St Edmund’s presented with an excellent opportunity through a penalty being given away in the box. In an outstanding effort Michael Anderson saved the penalty and follow up shot to keep the pressure on. Another great save by Michael Anderson led to the next scoring moment with a through ball being delivered to Zac Vedelago who beat two defenders grabbing at him to put the ball beyond the keeper and giving Villa a much needed 2-1 lead. The physical nature of the game continued and unfortunately for St Edmund’s a poorly timed tackle saw one of their players sent off and giving Villa a free kick 25-30 meters out. Captain, Angus Nicholson stepped up and slotted home a great free kick much to the delight of the nearby crowd.

The second half followed much like the first half with St Edmund’s continuing to play aggressive and physical football. This style of play ultimately led to their second red card of the match bringing a player down in the box. Angus Nicholson once again stepped up to the spot and again found the back of the net to give Villa a 4-1 lead. Having the two-man advantage gave Villa the time and space to create a few more opportunities with super-sub Seb Bishop finishing off a scramble in the box and heading home a fifth goal. The match finished a 5-1 win for Villanova setting up once again the opportunity to finish off the season as AIC Premiers. Going into the last round this weekend against Padua there are now only three sides left on top. I have no doubt that the boys who played in the Firsts in 2021 will still have last year fresh in their memory. The boys will be working hard this week to ensure that they get the result they want and deserve.

Coming into the last round of AIC football we have a number of sides looking to finish the season off well this weekend and press their claims for a premiership/undefeated season which is fantastic. Good luck to the following teams this weekend; 10C, 9A, 9B, 7A, 6C and 5A.

This Saturday we will play Padua in what will be the final round of the AIC Football season. The Years 5-8 teams will play at home this week with the 9-Opens teams playing away at Banyo. I would like to take this opportunity to wish all the Seniors taking to the field this weekend in their last match of Football for Villanova, all the best and to cherish the moment as it is something that they will no doubt look back on with fond memories.

Enjoy the last weekend of football for 2022 against Padua, good luck to all the teams.

 AIC Football Results v St Edmund’s College

Villanova College – Football Results 2022
Team 1 v IONA 2 v SPLC 3 v ASH 4 v SPC 5 v SLC 6 v SEC
1st XI W 6-0 L 2-1 W 4-0 W 4-1 W 5-1
2nd XI L 3-1 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 7-2
3rd XI L 3-0 W 3-1 L 5-0 W 12-0
4th XI W 4-0 W 4-2 L 5-0 W 2-1 v ATC 3rd
5th XI W 2-0 L 4-2 L 3-0 D 0-0 v SLC 6th
10A L 8-2 L 2-1 D 1-1 W 3-1
10B L 2-0 L 4-0 L 4-2 D 2-2 v ATC 10B
10C W 4-1 W 2-0 D 1-1 D 2-2 v SEC 10B
9A W 3-1 W 4-0 W 3-1 W 7-0
9B D 2-2 W 5-0 W 4-0 W 8-0
9C L 2-1 W 5-3 v MAR 9D L 4-3 L 3-2 v ATC 9B
9D L 2-0 v IONA 9E W 4-1 v MAR 9E W 4-1 W 4-1 v MAR 9E
8A L 7-0 L 2-1 L 11-2 L 4-1
8B L 3-0 L 3-1 L 4-1 W 3-1
8C L 3-0 L 3-1 L 9-0 L 2-1 v ATC 8B
7A W 5-0 W 5-1 W 2-0 W 6-0
7B W 4-0 W 3-0 L 5-3 W 8-0
7C D 4-4 W 7-0 L 5-2 L 19- 1 v ATC 7B
7D W 6-1 D 1-1 L 5-0 L 3-1 v ATC 7C
7E L 7-5 v PAD 7E BYE
6A W 4-1 W 12-1 L 4-0 W 6-1 v ATC 6A
6B W 1-0 W 3-2 L 3-2 L 4-0 v ATC 6B
6C W 2-1 D 1-1 v MAR 6D D 1-1 W 6-3 v ATC 6C
6D W 6-1 v PAD 6E W 3-1 v MAR 6E L 2-1 W 5-3 v SPC 6D
6E L 7-0 v SPC 6D W 4-2 v SLC 6E L 1-0 W 3-1 v IONA 6D
5A D 3-3 W 9-1 W 5-2 W 4-0 v ATC 5A
5B L 5-3 W 5-0 W 5-1 W 7-0 v ATC 5B
5C L 4-2 W 4-1 L 4-0 W 2-0 v PAD 5D
5D WOF v PAD 5F L 13-1 v MAR 5D L 8-1 W 4-1 v SPC 5D

 AIC Rugby – Mr Adam Fry, AIC Rugby Coordinator

Villanova had another highly successful round taking on St Edmund’s College in Round 6 and managed to take home 16 wins and three losses. Many teams played with hunger, grit and determination and are looking for a strong finish to the season this weekend against Padua College.

Our Junior teams continued their outstanding season and there is a possibility of the 6A, 6B, 6C, 5B and 5C teams having an undefeated season, while the 7A side can finish with an aggregate premiership this Saturday with victory against Padua. Our 8B’s and 8C’s are also in the mix for undefeated seasons this weekend. There are many teams that have only had one loss for the year, so finishing off the season strongly is the goal for this weekend.

Of the older boys, the10C’s have an opportunity to also finish the year off undefeated with a win against Padua, while the 5th XV will be running out this weekend, chasing an elusive Open undefeated rugby season. The boys have enjoyed the season under their coaches, and you can see that they have combined well in the matches they have played this season. Let’s build some momentum for the 2023 season with some strong performances this weekend.

Unfortunately, our First XV had a close loss to an undefeated St Edmunds team, with a very back and forward match. Both teams scored three tries apiece, but unfortunately some costly penalty goals were the difference in the end. It has been a pleasure to watch the effort that the First XV boys put into their matches each week and the way they put their bodies on the line for the ‘Green and Gold’ of Villa is admirable. They will certainly be in for another physical match this weekend as they take on Padua College away in the last game of the season. I know the boys are keen to finish off their season on a high and come away with another victory. With many Year 11 boys in the team, finishing with a win will give great confidence to our 2023 campaign.

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge all Seniors taking to the field this weekend in their last match of Rugby for Villanova College.  We wish you all the best,  cherish the moment as it is something that you will no doubt look back on with fond memories.

Finally, I would just like to remind all players, coaches and spectators that we are taking part in a sport that we are passionate about, and we all want to chase that win. However, this game would not be able to take place without the help of our referees, who are just as passionate about the game of Rugby. Please ensure that all referees, officials and volunteers are shown the respect they deserve because without them, these games simply would not happen! Unfortunately, over the last two weeks there has been a lot of people vocal at referees and some of these refs are young students learning their craft. Please be aware of this and support them in their journey rather than turn them off it. Remember that comments from the sideline are to be of a positive nature only.

Best of luck to all teams in our final game of the season!

Team of the Week

Name Team
Jock Swain 6D
Archie Godwin 7A
Alistair Staley 7C
Reid Gapes 8A
Max Gosling 3rd XV
Lachlan Gillett 10A
Owen Weston 10C
Olivio Vitanza 6C
Ben Luton 5C
Luca Clive 6A
Dante Febo 1st VX
Ricky Taylor 2nd XV
Joey Watson 10B
Nate Matulick 9B
Eli Capra 7B

Results after Round 6 v St Edmunds College

Team 1 v IONA 2 v SPLC 3 v ASH 4 v SPC 5 V SLC 6 v SEC
1st XV 26 – 25 W 19 – 29 L 22 – 15 W 0 – 22 L 17 – 27 L
2nd XV 6 – 12 L 17 – 12 W 5 – 5 D 14 – 15 L 17 – 10 W
3rd XV L 0 – 14 L

v ATC 1st VX

15 – 0 W 17 – 5 W 60 – 0 W
4th XV L 0 – 12 L

v ATC 2nd XV

W
5th XV 17 – 12 W

v MAR 7th XV

Wash Out 17 – 15 W W

V MAR 7th XV

10A 5 – 20 L 12 – 7 W 10 – 7 W 10 – 15 L 40 – 0 W
10B 22 – 24 L 24 – 12 W

v ATC 9/10A

42 – 0 W 38 – 0 W 32 – 12 W

V MAR 10C

10C 33 – 12 W 43 – 14 W

v MAR 10E

Wash Out 41 – 12 W

V ASH 10E

29 – 19 W

V PAD 10D

10D 5 – 50 L

v Padua

9A 5 – 48 L 37 – 7 W 19 – 5 W 7 – 10 L 7 – 10 L
9B 7 – 65 L 38 – 12 W

v ATC 8/9A

17 – 7 W 0 – 41 L 24 – 22 W
9C 7 – 46 L 0 – 30 L

v MAR 9D

Wash Out 12 – 36 L 40 – 29 W
8A 0 – 17 L BYE 49 – 0 W 20 – 5 W 41 – 0 W
8B 19 -7 W Wash Out 19 – 17 W 53 – 0 W
8C 32 – 7 W 29 – 7 W

v MAR 8D

47 – 15 W 12 – 7 W 29 – 5 W
8D L BYE Wash Out V PAD 8D Internal
8E 0 – 48 L Wash Out Internal Internal
7A 7 – 7 D 102 – 0 W 17 – 0 W 31 – 7 W 55 – 0 W
7B 0 – 0 D 34 – 7 W

v MAR 7C

0 – 0 D 7 – 17 L 10 – 7 W
7C L 24 – 17 W 35 – 10 W 12 – 41 L 17 – 24 L
6A 38 – 17 W 36 – 0 W

v ATC 6A

25 – 0 W 25 – 10 W Internal
6B 19 – 17 W 56 – 0 W

 

Wash Out 5 – 0 W Internal
6C 41 -5 W 35 – 20 W

v MAR 6D

Wash Out 46 – 5 W 46 – 0 W

V Iona 6D

6D 59 – 12 W 5 – 50 L

v IONA 6C

Wash Out 0 – 20 L

V MAR 6D

40 – 22 W

V SLC 6C

5A 7 – 12 L 40 – 0 W

v ATC 5A

12 – 5 W 17 – 21 L Internal
5B 20 – 10 W 58 – 10 W

v ATC 5B

42 – 5 W 25 – 0 W Internal
5C 39 – 27 W 27 – 5 W

v PAD 5D

Wash Out 24 – 10 W

V PAD 5D

21 – 15 W

V MAR 5C/D

5D 50 – 15 W 15 – 19 L

v IONA 5C

Wash Out 10 – 40 L

V PAD 5C

AIC Chess – Mr Nick Verity and Mr Jack Lamb, AIC Chess Co-ordinators

On Friday June 3, the St Edmund’s College chess team made the long trip from Ipswich to face off against Villanova. The first round of games had Villanova in the lead but with both Intermediate teams drawing, the second round would prove crucial. With the white pieces in front of them, St Edmund’s began mounting their comeback.  Despite valiant efforts from our Opens and Senior A teams who had overall wins on the night, the Eddie’s boys managed to earn wins in the Senior B, Intermediate A and Intermediate B teams. This made them the overall victors at the end of the night by a margin of a single win in the Intermediates. Overall, a hard-fought but well-earned win and an enjoyable night of competition.

Training

Training is Monday morning (Junior/Intermediate) and Tuesday morning (Senior/Intermediate) from 7:15 am in the Middle School STEM Lab under the Tolle Lege Library.

A reminder that breaktime practise is still available from Tuesday to Friday at first break in T10 for Intermediate and Senior players and on Wednesday and Thursday in V13 at second break for Junior players. We do not expect players to attend every break-time practice session, but they should be making themselves available for at least one of these breaktimes as time over the board is worth more than just playing online.

Chess Championships

Chess Championships this year will take place by way of a five-minute rapid chess tournament. These games will be played at normal break-time and morning training sessions. The tournament brackets have been randomly generated to be as fair as possible. We ask that players try not to miss these sessions so that our champions are selected by next Tuesday, June 14. Best of luck to all and may the best player win.

AIC Chess Results v St Edmund’s College

Villanova College – Chess Results 2022
Team Rd 1 v IONA

 

Rd 2 v SPLC Rd 3 v ASH Rd 4 v SPC Rd 5 v SLC Rd 6 v SEC
Open 7-9 L 2-14 L N 6-10 L 5-11 L 7-9 L
Senior A 6-10 L 7-9 L O 6-10 L 6-10 L 12-4 W
Senior B 10-6 W 16-0 W 4-12 L 2-14 L 4-12 L
Intermediate A 5-11 L 0-16 L G 3-13 L 2-14 L 7-9 L
Intermediate B 7-9 L 4-12 L A 10-6 W 4-12 L 6-10 L
Junior A 9-7 W 6-10 L M 9-7 W 0-16 L BYE
Junior B 12-4 W 13-3 W E 14-2 W 4-12 L BYE

 YEAR 5 AND 6 CROSS COUNTRY AGGREGATE CHAMPIONS

 

Year 5 and Year 6 Cross Country Report Mr Tom Lonergan, Year 5 and Year 6 Coach and

Miss Amy Roberts, Manager and Coach

Tie for First Place with Iona College

 Year 5 – First Place and Year 6 – Third Place

Cross Country running is a tough sport and that is when the boys with the “big hearts” come to the fore. The boys have to make sacrifices with their time to do the training required. Hard work is the essential ingredient for training and these boys have shown they were up to it.

They deserved the results they achieved.

Year 5

Villanova got away to the best possible start for the AIC Championship (a table is provided below showing the performance of each runner). Five places in the first twelve finishers; Harris 3rd, Lachlan 4th, Tom 6th, Diezel 8th and Max 12th, set the tone for the team. Jonas 21st completed our six counters; scoring just 54 points. This is a marvellous and deserved performance.

The Year 6 boys must be congratulated for improving on their 5th place in 2021 to 3rd place in 2022.  Lawson Greenwood 3rd is an 11-year-old running against many boys who are a year older; James Chapman 20th is also from the younger age group. It is pleasing to note that the six boys including Thomas, James, Nathan and Archie, who counted all ran last year and four improved their places significantly this year. In 2022 the 2 km loop was in fact 2.2 km, accounting for the “slower” times. The aggregate result is worked out by adding the two-year level results.

RESULTS

Villanova Year 5 – 9 points and Year 6 – 6 points = 15 points

Iona was the opposite Year 5 – 6pts and Year 6 – 9 points = 15 pts.

AIC Tennis, AIC Rugby League and AIC Basketball – Trials commence next week!

All information regarding the up-coming AIC Tennis, AIC Rugby League and AIC Basketball season is found within the season schedule posted on the website. Trials commence next week. These schedules contain all training dates, times and venues as well as many other important information. Please find below some trial information.

 AIC Tennis Trials

Villanova will submit the following teams into the AIC Tennis competition. 5A/B, 6A/B, 7A/B, 8A/B, 9A/B, 10A/B, 1sts – 5ths. Each team will consist of four players, and we hope to carry up to two reserves per age group if they are needed to fill in for any injured or absent players. Please understand the reserves will not be guaranteed any games. We do encourage the reserves to attend training each week.

There will only be one week of tennis trials. Trial Week No 1 will commence on the week beginning Monday 13 June, this is the last week of term. All trials will be held at Morningside Tennis Centre. All times and dates are listed below in the – AIC Tennis Trial Schedule (also found on the website and listed below).

All players are required to attend the AIC Tennis Clinics held on Saturday 18 June. After these clinics, the coaches and managers will then finalise all team selections. Please note that some players may be cut after the two trial sessions held during the week and therefore will not be needed to attend the clinic on Saturday.

All interested students are to attend ALL trial sessions and the clinic held on Saturday to be considered for team selection. All teams are then to follow the – Term 3 Training Schedule, as outlined within the Season Schedule document (found on the website) commencing the first day of Term 3, that is, Monday 11 July.

Please note that some managers may require more time to select teams, therefore, some players may be asked to attend one or two of the regular training sessions held in Term 3 before teams are finalised.

AIC Tennis Trial Schedule

MORNINGSIDE TENNIS CENTRE (Beverley St, Morningside)

  Monday

13 June

Tuesday

14 June

Wednesday 15 June Thursday

16 June

Friday

17 June

Saturday 18 June
6.30am-7.45am Trial Session 1

Year 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & Opens

Trial Session 2

Year 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & Opens

Year 5-12 Clinics

See schedule below

 

4.15pm-5.45pm  

 

Trial Session 1

Year 5 & Year 6

Trial Session 2

Year 5 & Year 6

 
6.00pm-7.30pm Coach Session

1st IV

Coach Session

1st IV

 

Teams scheduled to train/trial at Morningside Tennis Centre (MTC) before school are to find their own way to the MTC. The College will supply bus transportation back to the College after training/trials. The bus will collect students at approx. 7.50am and return before the commencement of the school day. Should the bus arrive late the students are expected to sign in at Student Services.

AIC Tennis Clinics

All boys who are trialling for teams must attend the AIC Tennis Clinics. These clinics are held on Saturday 18 June and will form part of the selection process. The clinics will be conducted at the Morningside Tennis Centre. The times for each of these clinics are found below.

  • 00-8.30am   Year 5 and Year  6 (four courts, four coaches)
  • 45-10.15am         Year 7 and Year 8 (four courts, four coaches)
  • 30-12.00pm Year 9 and Year 10 (four courts, four coaches)
  • 15-1.45pm         Year 11 and Opens (four courts, four coaches)

AIC Basketball Trials

Year 5 and Year 6 Trials – will be conducted within school time.

Year 7 – Open Trials – There will be one week of trials only. All trials will be conducted in Goold Hall or at Clem Jones for all age groups. Boys trialling at Clem Jones must find their own way to the venue. The College will then organise bus transportation back to the College afterwards. ‘Trial Week’ will commence on the week beginning Monday 13th June. Within this trial week, all age groups will have two trial sessions as well as the clinic held on Saturday 18th June. All interested students are to attend ALL trial sessions as well as the clinic to be considered for selection to represent Villanova. After these trials and the clinic, the coaches will then select all teams within that age group. Once selected all teams will then follow the training schedule as outlined on page 1 of the Season Schedule document found on the website, commencing on the first day of Term 3.

Note – coaches may choose to make a first cut of players after the first two trial sessions. Therefore, those players not selected will not be required to attend the clinics held on Saturday 18 June.

AIC Basketball Trial Schedule

GOOLD HALL – VILLANOVA COLLEGE

MONDAY

13 June

TUESDAY

14 June

WEDNESDAY

15 June

THURSDAY

16 June

FRIDAY

17 June

6.30am-8.00am Year 11 Trial Sessions Opens Trial Sessions Opens Trial Sessions
3.15pm-5.00pm Year 10 Trial Sessions Year 8 Trial Sessions Year 11 Trial Sessions
5.00pm-7.00pm 1st V training as normal 1st V training as normal

CLEM JONES – CARINA

  Tuesday 14 June Thursday 16 June
6.30am-8.00am Court 1 Year 7 Trial Sessions Year 7 Trial Sessions
Court 2 Year 9 Trial Sessions Year 8 Trial Sessions
Court 3 Year 10 Trial Sessions Year 9 Trial Sessions

AIC Basketball Clinics

Only those boys who have gained selection in a team or have made it through the first cut after the first week of trials must attend the AIC Basketball Clinic on Saturday 18 June in Goold Hall. Coaches are asked to attend the clinics.

Year 7 – 7.00am – 8.30am

Year 8 – 8.45am – 10.15am

Year 9 – 10.30am – 12.00 Midday

Year 10 12.15pm – 1.45pm

AIC Rugby League Trials

Villanova will enter the maximum permissible number of teams into the AIC Rugby League competition. A list of all teams is found below.

Teams Entered into the AIC Competition (one team only per category below)

  • Year 5
  • Year 6
  • Year 7
  • Year 8
  • Year 9
  • Year 10
  • 1st XIII (combined Year 11 and 12)

All teams will have one week of trials commencing during the week beginning Monday 13 June. Year 10 and Open trials will be conducted at Villanova Park after school. These boys will be bused out to Villanova Park on Monday 13 June and Wednesday 15 June. Please note that there is no return bus service from Villanova Park. Parents are asked to collect their son from all trials conducted at Villanova Park promptly at 5:00pm.

All interested students are to attend ALL trial sessions to gain selection to represent Villanova. After these trials, the coaches will then select one team only within that age group.

Year 5 Team – 18 boys will be selected.

Year 6 to Year 10 Team – 20 boys will be selected.

1st XIII Team – 22 boys will be selected.

AIC Rugby League Trial Schedule (13 June – 18 June)

MORNING MONDAY

13 June

TUESDAY

14 June

WEDNESDAY

15 June

THURSDAY

16 June

FRIDAY

17 June

Little Langlands
6.45am – 8.00am
Year 5 Year 8 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9
AFTERNOON MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Little Langlands
3:15pm – 4.45pm
Year 6 Year 9 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7
Villanova Park
3:45pm – 5.15pm
Year 10, 11, 12 Year 10, 11, 12

 

SATURDAY

18 June

7.30am – 9.00am Year 5: Charlie Fisher Oval

Year 6: Andrew Slack Oval

9.00am – 10.30am Year 7: Charlie Fisher Oval

Year 8: Andrew Slack Oval

10.30am – 12.00pm Year 9: Charlie Fisher Oval

Year 10: Andrew Slack Oval

12.00pm – 1.30pm 1st XIII: Andrew Slack Oval

Please note – If players do not attend all allocated trial sessions, they may miss the chance to be selected.

AIC Rugby League – Term 3 Training Schedule (Commencing Monday 11 July)

MORNING MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Little Langlands
6.45am – 8.00am
Year 10 Year 7

Year 8

 

1st XIII

 

Year 5

Year 6

Year 9

 

AFTERNOON MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Little Langlands
3.15pm to 4.45pm
1st XIII Year 5

Year 6

Year 9 (Main)

Year 9

Year 10

Year 7

Year 8

Please note – If players do not attend all allocated trial sessions, they may miss the chance to be selected.

Once the teams have been selected, each team will then have two training sessions/week held during Term 3. The below – Term 3 Training Schedule, will commence on the first day of  Term 3, that is, Monday 11 July.

 

Mr Chris Everding, Director of Sport (Acting)

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