This week saw the opening of the Combined Schools exhibition at Hunters Hill Town Hall. Congratulations to Jordan Lancaster on receiving the award of Highly Commended in the Year 9/10 category for his very expressive landscape painting. Impressive work by Jordan who developed this painting from drawings created during an excursion to Taronga Park Zoo.


1st and 2nd Waterpolo, 2018

Congratulations to the following boys selected to represent the College in the 1st and 2nd Water polo sides this season. We wish you every enjoyment and success for the season.

1st Water polo: Jordan Lancaster, Oliver Wilson, Tom Newton and Darcy Creagh.
2nd water polo: Jack Larkin, Max Pomirski, Jack Gallagher and Jerome Kandalaft.

1st and 2nd X1 Cricket Teams, 2018.

Congratulations to the following boys selected to represent the College in the 1st and 2nd X1 teams this season.

1st X1: Will Coffey, Adrian Dawson, Ben Jones, Will Maffey and George Martin.

2nd X1: Willis Gunesekara, Harrison Johansen, Nicholas Cullen, Quinlan McMahon, William Seyffer, Oliver Moraitis, Harry Snell and Will Burnett.

We wish you all every success and enjoyment for the coming season.

Century to Will Coffey in First XI Cricket

In a wonderful achievement, Will Coffey scored his first ever century last Saturday in the 1st XI cricket game against Sydney Grammar at Weigall Oval.
In a great batting display, Will scored 127 runs in 163 minutes. His knock included three “6’s” and fifteen “4’s”. He was also part of 79 and 80 run partnerships with Drew Sellers (Y11) and Hugh Bokenham (Y11) respectively. Ben Jones also scored 16 runs while Adrian Dawson (2 wickets), Harry Snell (1 wicket) and George Martin (1 wicket) performed well with the ball.
Joeys scored 7/251 in their 50 overs and bowled Grammar out for 222 runs to win the game by 29 runs.
In 2nd XI, Quinlan McMahon excelled with the bat to top score with 42 runs. He was well supported by Oliver Moraitis who scored 30 runs not out and also took a wicket. Joeys scored 7/168 off their 50 overs while Grammar chased down the total with 6 wickets still in hand.