Our season continued with a match vs St Stithians, which was unfortunately rained out during the first round.  It seemed that we were on a losing path when looking at the number of games won and lost during the time we managed to play.  As this was towards the end of our season, we unfortunately did not manage to re schedule.

The match vs St Mary’s was also rained out.  On this occasion however, we were on a winning streak, as we played St Mary’s C and D team.  We managed to play the rescheduled match vs St. Teresa’s which was closely contested and managed to come out as winners by 12 games.  Our last match of the season was against Roedean’s C and D teams and we won comfortably by 80 games.

Our season ended on a high as we did not lose one match (the one we were going to lose was rained out!).   We had a brilliant season, great practice sessions and good tennis was played by the end of term.  Let’s keep the good tennis going until the third term, girls.

Thank you to Caitlin Hudson for being a reliable and supportive team captain throughout the season and to Aimee Rosmarin as vice captain.

St Stithians Night Gala
The A Team participated in the St Stithians Night Gala and came seventh which was a very satisfactory result.

The Inter House gala took place on Saturday 11 March.

The morning was slightly cold, but extremely enjoyable.  Congratulations to all the houses who decorated their stands and kept the spirit going all morning.

St Patrick won the gala, a first for a long time, and St George scooped the Spirit trophy.  The following swimmers took home trophies and must be commended on their achievements:  Ruby Vos, Mia Ferrara, Megan Meddows-Taylor and Megan Peters.  Ruby Vos was the winner of the Senior Victrix Ludorum and in the Junior section, Mia Ferrara.  Well done to all swimmers and their parents for being such good sports.

Thank you to all staff who helped make the morning a success.

Well done to all the swimmers for doing their best in all league galas.  The results have been very good and thank you to the mum’s who lift every Friday.

Interim Hockey and Netball
The interim programme has run over three weeks and this enabled all the girls to slowly get back into the swing of winter sports.  The coaches get the opportunity to get some practice in before matches start in the new term.
Miss Mo Pearson