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Students explore the Science Week theme of 'Future Earth'

Reception students collaborate on creative house designs

Concordia hosts Middle Years Gifted & Talented Conference

COCA 70+ Reunion offers a wonderful chance to reminisce

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Excellent Results at SAPSASA Basketball Competition

On Wednesday 9 August, Concordia College participated in the SAPSASA Basketball Champions competition at Marion Stadium. We entered four teams; Year 7 boys, Year 7 girls, Year 6 boys and Year 6 girls. In a very competitive and highly-skilled competition there were many highlights for all teams. The challenge of the day was the “show down” games at 1.10pm when the two girls teams from Concordia played against each other and the two boys teams played against each other. The Year 6 girls held out the Year 7 girls in a tight game to win while the Year 7 boys defeated our very competitive Year 6 team. The players must be commended on their sportspersonship and the positive way in which they represented the College. The final standings of our teams were:

  • Year 7 boys - 1st
  • Year 6 boys - 2nd
  • Year 6 girls - 3rd
  • Year 7 girls - 5th

The Year 7 boys team were undefeated for the day which enables them to go through to the State Final Day on 21 September. We wish the boys every success in the finals.

Congratulations to all of the players in each of the teams and a big thank you to the coaches; James 12HRO, James 12NFLE, Emma 11MBR, Taylor 11RGO, Sarah 11JLE, and Jason Bruss.

  • SAPSASA 3
  • SAPSASA 2
  • SAPSASA 1
  • SAPSASA 5
  • SAPSASA 4
  • SAPSASA 6
2017 Southern Zones Football Premiers

Congratulations to the 1st XVIII football team on winning this year's Grand Final in the Southern Zones Wednesday night competition held on 16 August. It was a great finish to an outstanding season, with each team member contributing to the win against Unley High, making Concordia back-to-back premiers in 2016 and 2017. The final score of 75 to 24 reflected the strong effort maintained by the mighty Concordia Hawks throughout the game. 

James 11LMA and Sam 12RSO led the goal scoring for Concordia with three goals and two goals respectively.

Best players: James 11LMA, Bailey 12ABR, Brad 11JWE, Charlie 12HRO, Tom 12SBU, Oli 11JLE and Sean 11MBR.

Well done, boys!

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Concordia Campus Sports Results
Basketball

Saturday 12 August

Concordia Middle B defeated Rostrevor 44 – 21 
Concordia Middle C defeated Rostrevor 49 – 14

Cross Country

Wednesday 9 August

Junior Female
Isla 8JCA – 7th 18.13.00

Junior Male
Angus 10BCR – 12th 17.06.00

Senior Female
Natasha 11CFI – 1st 28.56.00

Senior Male
Tobias 12LNE – 5th 26.24.00

Football

Wednesday 2 August

Concordia 1st XVIII 11.10 (76) def St John’s 7.3 (45)

Congratulations to all on the way this game played out. St John’s had just 12 so we loaned them 6 players and changed them over for a different 6 after half time. There was still plenty of good football on show and the match was played in excellent spirit. 

Wednesday 9 August

Concordia 6.5 (41) def Unley HS 3.1 (19)
Goal scorers: Jack G 2, Sam 1, Jack P 1, Charlie 1, Tim 1
Best players: Sam K, Wil, Sean, Bailey, Ben, Jack P, Jaco, Eddie, Tom

Netball

Saturday 5 August

Concordia Senior A defeated Walford 53 – 37
Concordia Senior B  defeated by Walford 37 – 45
Concordia Senior C1  defeated by Walford
Concordia Senior C2  defeated by Walford
Concordia 9 Gold  defeated by Walford
Concordia 9 Navy defeated by Walford
Concordia 8A defeated by Walford
Concordia 8B defeated Walford
Concordia 7 Gold defeated Walford 34 – 12
Concordia 7 Navy defeated Walford 27 – 12
Concordia 7 White - BYE

Soccer (Girls)

Wednesday 2 August

Concordia Senior defeated Westminster 3 – 2

Wednesday 16 August

Concordia Senior defeated by Pulteney

 

St John's Campus Sports Results
Basketball

Thursday 3 August

Concordia Clippers defeated Mercedes Inspirations 20 – 12

Football

Saturday 5 August

Concordia Year 2/3 11.9 (75) defeated Mitcham Primary 1.2 (8)

More impressive than the win was the amazing teamwork and sharing of the ball. Very proud of the boys this week and congratulations to Will who was voted the most muddy.

Saturday 12 August

Concordia College 2/3 3.5 (23) defeated by Mercedes College 9.4 (58)

A brave performance from Nathan who accidentally collided with a member of the opposition when going for a mark, and continued playing after recovering from the initial shock.

Netball

Monday 7 August

Concordia Canaries defeated St Thomas Red 4 – 0
Great shooting by Eloise, Sienna and Sophia.

Concordia Comets defeated St Therese Lightening 7 – 0

Monday 31 July

Concordia Comets defeated by Unley Bluebirds 3 – 25

Monday 14 August

Concordia Comets defeated by Unley Diamonds 7 – 17

Soccer

Saturday 5 August

Concordia U/9 draw Flagstaff Hill 0 – 0

Concordia U/10 defeated by Warradale 0 – 1

Rosie, Lachlan B, Lachlan HS and Lucas H demonstrated good sportsmanship by filling in for the Warradale team. Lachlan HS's skilful pass assisted the Warradale attacker to score.

Saturday 12 August

Concordia U/10 defeated Westbourne Park 3 – 0

Concordia was the stronger team throughout the game. Goal scorers were Fraser, Marshall and Liam.