28 March 2024

Congratulations to the Carey APS Summer Season Teams

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Congratulations to the Carey APS Summer Season Teams
Congratulations to the Carey APS Summer Season Teams
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As the curtain falls on another summer season of APS sport it is with great pride that we celebrate the superb efforts of the 1700+ students who made the trek to training during the week and on Saturdays to represent the Black, Gold and Blue.

Our Carey Rowers and Swim/Dive teams performed brilliantly at their respective finals events over the last week – the Girls Dive team were our best performed team this season with a brilliant second place in their APS competition.

The First XI cricketers had a stunning win against Haileybury on Saturday, bowling out their more fancied opponents for 155 to finish fifth in a very competitive competition. The Girls First Volleyball and Softball Teams both experienced their best overall results in recent memory and our 9A Boys and Girls Volleyball Teams were undefeated for the season!

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Term 2 Sport Arrangements

Please note that we commence winter sport in Week 1 of Term 2 – Year 9/10 students have training on Tuesday 16 April, Year 7/8 on Wednesday 17 and Year 11/12 students on Thursday 18 April. All students will have internal games on Saturday 20 April. Check CareyLink for fixture details.

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Reconciliation Round

In May we celebrate National Reconciliation Week with APS Sport participating in the Reconciliation Round on Saturday 25 May. A Carey Reconciliation Round t-shirt is available to be purchased and worn for trainings and matches during Reconciliation Round.

The t-shirts are $55 and are offered in two fits and various sizes. The t-shirt is available to be worn across all sports and activities and can be worn for Reconciliation Round in future years.

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The artwork featured on the t-shirt was created by Wagiman/Ngan’giwumirri artist Helen and Von Roehl and her son Jason, who explain the meaning of the piece as follows:

‘Sport brings people together. The circle design is the same shape as the School logo, the gum leaf represents community coming together and the hands represent different cultures and ages all learning about Aboriginal culture. The design on the bottom section is representing sunrise; a new day will always come, to make positive changes towards reconciliation.’

The t-shirts can be ordered on Humanitix. Order yours by Friday 5 April to ensure you’ll get it in time for Reconciliation Round. T-shirts will be distributed during the week of 13 May.

Paul Jepson
Head of Sport

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