Canterbury Taipans Mid-Year School Holidays Sport Representation

Congratulations to all our mighty Canterbury Taipans who proudly represented this College at various sporting events over the mid-year holidays…

17 – 18 Years – Boys Rugby Union State Championships

Elijah Keung and Jack Henry.

15 – 16 Years – Girls Rugby Union Invitational State Championships

Lorren Ieli, Nikeisha Ngaru and Tekainga Enkera-Raveora.

Queensland School Sport – Volleyball

Jeremy Kriletich, Jack Henry (unable to attend due to Rugby date change) and Jalen Harrison.

Queensland Selection – Volleyball

Kaylee Tamala.

U12 Queensland School Sport Netball Titles – Umpires

Bridie Fawkes and Lilyana Fawkes – Selected to umpire for the QLD team at the Nationals in September.

Girls All Schools Touch Football

Alys Miller, Brooke Dockray, Georgia Grimsey, Jade Uhlmann, Alice Platt, Sadie-May Boon, Sienna Miller, Rebecca Hood, Shae McClellan, Daisy Wacker and Maddison Schipplock.

2022 Queensland Athletics Cross-Country Relays

On Saturday 18 June 2022, the Queensland Athletics Cross-Country Relays were held at Nudgee College.

Canterbury had teams ranging from 7 Years & Under to our Open Girls category, with over 350 school teams registered for the entire event.

With all the students working hard at their school-based training sessions, the proof was really in the pudding, as Canterbury fared even better than last year’s results, with our junior team going home with the overall Boys Primary Trophy!

Thank you to Team Canterbury, Mr Maxfield, the coaching staff, and all our amazing parents for their support on the day.

Girls Results – Athletics

Overall – 3rd Girls Primary Team.

8 Years Girls – 4th (Vienna Lee, Ivy Costello and Mia Maher)

9 Years Girls – 2nd (Sophia Burton, Leila Dubiczki and Amelia Webb)

10 Years Girls B – 2nd (Elliera Cole, Lily Prewett and Leah Choi)

10 Years Girls A – 3rd (Sarah Noy, Hayley Lim and Shiruo Zhang)

11 Years Girls – 7th (Emma Blackman, Zoe Tan and Mckynlee Franklin)

12 Years Girls – 4th (Taylah Smith-Miller, Isabella Franklin and Rubie Newman)

13 Years Girls – 5th (Calise Kypr, Destinee Pickvance-Yee and Mia Chizzoniti)

15 Years Girls – 3rd (Sophie Webb, Jorja Lockhart and Sienna Burnham)

17 Years Girls – 4th (Eloise Stanley, Georgia Grimsey and Emily Webb)

Boys Results – Athletics

Overall – Boys Primary Championship School!

7 Years Boys – 4th (Parker Taubman, Lewis Musk and Leo Marr)

8 Years Boys – 1st (Dallas Taubman, William Harding and Tate Huth)

9 Years Boys – 1st (Mihali Pavlou, Austin Musk and Patrick Marr)

10 Years Boys – 3rd (Jaismar Gill, Arthur Swan and Teddy Trevethan)

11 Years Boys – 4th (Archie Hamilton, Mason White and Kadel Kypr)

12 Years Boys – 2nd (Connor Toney, Max Laker and Finn Watt)

13 Years Boys – 8th (Tex Hamilton, Archie Watt and Tanerau O’Riley)

15 Years Boys – 6th (Haydn Li, Benjamin Stanley and Riley Burton)

Mrs Brooke King
Athletics Coordinator
Canterbury College

QISSN Netball Carnival

Congratulations to our Firsts Netball team who emerged as worthy undefeated Division 1 winners in a nail-biting final against Somerset College up in Mackay.

The final score was 30-28!

Several of our players also received individual commendations:

Rising Star Award – Holly Comyns and Aaliyah Sheppard.

All Stars Award – Kaylee Tamala and Tia Crombie.

Player of the Grand Final – Tia Crombie.

​​​​​​​Canterbury MVP as voted throughout the tournament – Madisen-Jade Iva.