Stage Three Touch Football
30 Oct 2019
On the 27th of September we had a number of children from Stage 3 represent MTP at the Stage Three Touch Football Gala Day.
They displayed a great deal of enthusiasm, sportsmanship and talent on the day. Special mention needs to go to the Boys team as they were winners of their pool and came away from the day as undefeated. Congratulations to all the children involved:
Stage 3 Girls
Annalise (Yr6), Akshara (Yr6), Isabelle (Yr6), Lori (Yr6), Sammi-Lee (Yr6), Alannah (Yr6), Eloise (Yr6), Giselle (yr6), Georgia S (Yr6) & Daniella (Yr6).
Stage 3 Boys
Ethan (Yr5), Joel (Yr5), Rakshaan (Yr5), Christian (Yr5), Max (Yr5), Jackson (Yr5), Michael (Yr5), Kailan (Yr5), Andrew (Yr6), Nicholas E (Yr6) and Jean (Yr6).
A massive thank you goes to all our helpers who gave up their time - parents who were coaches and managers, the students from Marist who refereed and all those parents who cheered the teams on throughout the day.
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