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Basketball

Monday 12 October

Concordia Charges defeated BFPS Eagles: 12–4.

Tuesday 13 October

Concordia Chasers defeated Cabra: 18–10.

Thursday 15 October

Champions defeated Tennison Woods Tigers: 2–1. 

Monday 19 October

Concordia Chargers defeated Pulteney Gold: 14–10.
Concordia Chasers were defeated by Pulteney: 22–31.

Netball

Monday 12 October

Concordia Canaries defeated St Thomas Tigers: 17–0. 

Monday 19 October

Concordia Cougars defeated Unley Unicorns: 8–6. They come from 4 nil down, so it was a good comeback.

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Concordia Campus Sports Results

Boys Sport

Cricket

Saturday 17 October

1st XI Cricket – After Day 1, Concordia are 7/199 (47). Nicholas S 70, James K 46.

Year 8A Cricket was abandoned due to the rain.

Tennis

Friday 16 October

Year 7B1 and Year 7B2 Friday Tennis had no matches.

Saturday 17 October

Drive Tennis defeated by CBC: 4 sets 40 games to 5 sets 42 games | Dane H/Ethan N, Ezekial M/Jake S, Dane H and Cody J.
Senior B Tennis had no match.
Middle A Tennis defeated by Sacred Heart: 1 set 10 games to 6 sets 37 games. Sam W.
Middle B Tennis defeated by St Ignatius: 2 sets 25 games to 10 sets 69 games | Fletcher D and Andrew S.

Volleyball

Friday 16 October

Senior A Volleyball had a bye.
Senior B1 Volleyball defeated Immanuel: 3 sets 75 points to 0 sets 29 points. Best players: Tom P, Lachlan S and Jack S.
Senior B2 Volleyball defeated Scotch: 2 sets 63 points to 1 set 54 points. Best players: Max G, Shathir A-M and Matthew S.
Senior C Navy Volleyball defeated Cabra: 2 sets 66 points to 1 set 57 points. Best players: Andrew J and Tom G.
Middle A Volleyball defeated by Westminster: 1 set 65 points to 2 sets 67 points. Best players: Harry K, Max T and Adam B.
Middle B1 Volleyball defeated Westminster: 3 sets 65 points to 0 sets 35 points. Best players: Kurtis R, Will L and Kieran B.
Middle B2 Volleyball defeated Immanuel: 2 sets 65 points to 1 set 57 points. Best players: Michael S, Archie W and Nick M.
Middle C Yellow Volleyball defeated St John's Grammar School: 2 sets 73 points to 1 set 52 points. Best players: Liam B, Leroy T and Liam B.

Girls Sport

Basketball

Wednesday 14 October

Senior A Basketball defeated by Wilderness in a close game.
Senior B Basketball defeated by Wilderness.
Middle A Basketball defeated Wilderness convincingly.
Middle B Basketball defeated Wilderness.

Thursday 15 October

The Year 8/9 knockout basketball team move onto the next round after a great win by 7 points against Cabra. Highest goal scorer: Amy.

Monday 19 October

Middle Gold Basketball defeated Pembroke Navy: 39-12 with all girls scoring equally.
Middle Navy Basketball defeated by Pembroke Yellow: 13-29. High scorer: Susie L.

Tennis

Tuesday 13 October

Year 8/9 knockout tennis defeated Kildare 6 sets to 0 sets and defeated by Henley 1 set – 5 sets. Great effort by Ava to win 6 sets to 3 sets in her singles.

Monday 19 October

Premier League Tennis defeated Wilderness: 6 to 0 sets.
Premier League Reserves Tennis defeated Wilderness: 4 to 2 sets.

Volleyball

Saturday 17 October

Open A Volleyball defeated Walford: 3 sets 75 points to 0 sets 34 points.
Open B Volleyball defeated Walford: 3 sets 75 points to 0 sets 54 points.
Open C1 Volleyball defeated Walford: 3 sets 75 points to 0 sets 44 points.
Open C2 Volleyball defeated St Peters: 3 sets 86 points to 0 sets 54 points.
Middle A Volleyball defeated Walford: 2 sets 72 points to 1 set 55 points. Best players: Issy S, Chelsea T M and Asha D.
Middle B Volleyball defeated Walford: 2 sets 69 points to 1 set 56 points. Best players: Ruby C and Gemma G.
Middle C1 Volleyball defeated Walford: 2 sets 61 points to 1 set 53 points. Best players: Millie S, Renee M and Zara B.
Middle C2 Volleyball had no game due to a Wilderness forfeit.
Middle Gold Volleyball defeated Westminster: 2 sets to 1 set.
Middle Navy Volleyball defeated St Peters: 3 sets 75 points to 0 sets 47 points.

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First XI Baggy Blues Presentation

Congratulations to the members of our senior cricket team who recently received their 'baggy Blue' cricket caps. We thank these boys for the way they have represented Concordia on the cricket field over the years. We award the “Baggy Blue” as recognition of their service, to be worn with pride through the remainder of their school matches this term. We hope to see many of this year's graduates back and playing in our Old Concordians Cricket Club teams in the future!

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