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Friday Sport Term Four 2015

To all Year 4-6 Parents and Carers,
Years 4, 5 and 6 Interschool Sport Competition Term 4, 2015.
Interschool Sport competition begins this Friday, October 9 and continues every Friday until Week 8 (November 27), with all Year 4-6 students participating in one of the following sports:
Touch Football
South Pine Sporting Complex, Brendale
Paul Robinson Anthony Schmidt, Chappy and Luke Grove
Aspley State School Pool
Alexia Francis
Beach Volleyball
South Pine Sporting Complex Brendale
Gwen Hinds, Rowena Mina and Tamara Balfour
Mixed Futsal
Albany Creek High School
Kym Farrow
Mixed Cricket
Everton Districts CC, Chermside West
Alison Wakeford, Lynne Rossiter
Pine Hills Sports Club
Nelma Wright
Ten Pin Bowling
Kedron Ten Pin
Elaine Dooley and Maria Pearce
Each team will be supervised by a teacher. Students will be bused to and from the venues, returning in time for afternoon pickup. Buses will be departing school at 12:20pm, after an early lunch. Please ensure your child has a suitable lunch and a named water bottle. All students need to wear full school sports uniform, including school hat.
Touch Football and futsal players are not permitted to wear football boots, spikes or cleats, instead they should wear either regular sports shoes or specific grass sports shoes. (THIS IS JUST BE ADVISED TO US BY THE CONVENOR)
Cricketers do not need specific equipment and are not permitted to use wooden bats.
If sport is to be cancelled due to weather, the decision to do so is not made until 10am on the day, so students should always come ready to participate, even if the weather indicates otherwise. If sport is cancelled students will stay at school.
Please feel free to come along to support your child’s team.
I will endeavour to publish draws on our school website as soon as possible. Please be advised, however, that these regularly change due to the complexity of attempting to coordinate several schools and their differing commitments over a school term.
Kind regards,
Andrew Duncan