From the Sportsmaster | Junior School

From the Sportsmaster | Junior School

We were fortunate to still see seven Basketball matches, two Touch Football contests and one Tennis & Cricket fixture proceed despite La Nina’s best efforts to curtail another Saturday Sport’s session.

A highlight was our 2nd V Basketball’s total domination of Kings winning by 60-8 at TGS Prep’s new covered court.

Our Tennis boys made it three wins from three outings but were challenged on this occasion by a strong Redlands team winning 7 sets to 5.

Winter Season

With the weather it feels like winter is already here, you are reminded that Round 1 is on Saturday, 30 April, the first Saturday in Term 2 and runs through all four Saturdays in May (7, 14, 21, 28) as well as Saturday 4 June. No sport will be on Saturday 11 June (Long Weekend) then we have one more round on Saturday 18 June before the end of Semester One and the holiday break. Our final three rounds of winter competition (rounds 8-10) begin immediately upon our return from the mid-year vacation and will be contested on July 23, 30 and August 6.

Thursday morning trials will commence on March 24, the Thursday after summer season has ceased for Term 1. Boys are reminded that mouthguards are essential for rugby , AFL and shin guards for football as well as boots for all three winter sports.

We have one Saturday Winter Trial Day on Saturday, April 2. Cooke Park and Bressington Park will be used. Further details to come.

If your son is selected in an Intra team for Winter, we will be commencing with Football for at least the first seven weeks of Term 2.

Once the draft draw is ready, I will load it onto the TGS App under ‘Fixtures for the season’ to give you a guide as to where matches will be hosted but please wait until teams are announced for exact times and locations. All home football matches for Football and Intra Sport will be held at Bressington Park, Homebush.

TGSJS Cross Country Championships

These will be held, weather permitting on Friday morning, March 18 at school as a precursor to the IPSHA Cross Country which will take place at The Kings School. Only five boys will go in each age group to Kings, a squad of 20.

Round 4 Results IPSHA Summer Sport

Basketball 5 March 2022
1st V Kings 33 def Trinity JS 32
Best and Fairest Hudson Lyttle
Most Consistent Xavier Malas
2nd V Trinity JS 60 def Kings 8
Best and Fairest Justin Tsia
Most Consistent Ethan Soo
3rd V Trinity JS 32 def Kings 18
Best and Fairest James Taouk
Most Consistent Christian Antoniou
4th V Trinity JS 22 def Kings 9
Best and Fairest Max Edwards
Most Consistent Moussa Choker
4A V Grammar Edgecliff 37 def Trinity JS 3
Best and Fairest Leon Armenis
Most Consistent Jacob Bechara
4B V Trinity JS 28 def Grammar Edgecliff 8
Best and Fairest Lucas Cupac
Most Consistent Ethan Newling
4C V Trinity JS 28 def Grammar Edgecliff 8
Best and Fairest Ethan Jin
Most Consistent Aaron Thekkedath
Intra Basketball  
4 & 5/6 WASHOUT
6A/B Combined Kings def TGS
Best and Fairest Jacob Polotoroff
Most Consistent Roman Urbano
Tennis Trinity JS 7 def Redlands 5
Best and Fairest Dominic Lowe
Most Consistent Jack Lai
Touch Football A Trinity 5 def Redlands 3
Best and Fairest Jordan Armenis
Most Consistent Noah *
Touch Football B Trinity 4 drew with Redlands 4
Best and Fairest Sebastian*
Most Consistent Rory*

Chris Robinson | Sports Master

Touch Football B v Redlands
3rd V Basketball v Kings

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