Sports Masters Welcome
A brief message from our Sportsmaster Mr Robert Egan before we depart for the mid-year break. I’d like to express my gratitude and excitement for the welcome from staff, students and parents. It is an exciting time to arrive at The Southport School, with a wealth of energy, excitement and enthusiasm effervescent around the school.
As several sports, seasons end, including GPS Football, Cross-country, Debating and Tennis, can I thank all the teachers, coaches and administrative staff for their assistance and boundless time. I’d also like to congratulate all the boys for their contribution and drive to improve that you have seen so much success over the first semester.
Term Three is action packed, with our annual athletics carnival, the start of the GPS Basketball and Rugby, second half of the Junior Rugby and Football season, father’s day games, house competitions, sports tour and much more.
Enjoy your well-deserved break and I look forward to seeing you all back at school ready to go next semester.
TERM 3 GPS SPORT – Basketball or Rugby
Sign on for GPS Basketball and Rugby is in full swing. Please go to Prepbook for details on how to access the sign on. (Year 5 and 6 only)
If you have any questions, regarding GPS Basketball or Rugby please do not hesitate to contact the Prep co-ordinators on:
Basketball trial dates are:
Junior Football and Rugby
Results and match reports go to www.tsssportqld.com
Date: Friday 18 August
Venue: Runaway Bay (TBC)
Great results for U10 TSS Team at Queensland Cross Country Relay Championships
Well done to Hunter Lygo, Leo Llewellyn and Angus James on a brilliant performance at the Qld Cross Country Relay Champs. They received a bronze medal for their efforts just missing silver by 4 seconds. Well done boys great achievement.
Angus James, Hunter Lygo and Leo Llewellyn
Kenkokan Karate Gold Coast Inter Club Tournament on Sunday.
Joe entered in the Age 11 and 12 Division where he came third in the kata and second by just one point scored against him on the final bell in the sparring.
Samuel competed in the Age 8 and 9 Division where he came fourth in the kata and fourth in the sparring. Samuel had a tough draw in the sparring, beating one brown belt (the belt under black) competitor a year older than him to make it to the semi-final, where he was unfortunately beaten by another older brown belt for the third place trophy. He’s heading back to the dojo for more training for the next tournament in October.
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