CGSAV Futsal

The Futsal was full of fun, wins, twists and sadly losses. We were missing our seniors out there but we did pretty well overall. Our junior team was so close to victory with making it to the grand final. The junior team took it up to the undefeated Avila College but came up short in the final match of the day. Our intermediate team played very well taking a win to start the day. After a long day, our intermediates finished in a tie for second place but missed out on the final by a goal difference. We were all very impressed by our team and the fact we made it so far in division 1. Our teams never got to play together and we had limited training time. The junior goalkeeper, Rubie McNair, had never played at all and she was amazing and had a great arm. Some games were physical but luckily no-one got injured during the game. I would also like to thank Ivana Kasun and Mila Fenjak who came to help out and coach the teams.

Aoife Madden - Year 7 student


The Anglesea Surf Coast walk is an enjoyable bush walk from Bells Beach all the way to Point Roadknight. Our Year 9 Outdoor Education and Bronze Duke of Edinburgh students were privileged to have the opportunity to embark on the overnight Anglesea Surf Coast Walk.

Starting at Bells Beach and heading towards Eumeralla Scout Camp, we witnessed incredible views especially when we stopped near Point Addis for lunch. By the end of the 11km hike, Day 1 came to an end. With packs off, we set up tents and cooked an appetising meal prepared on the trangia by the chosen tent group.

The second day was more peaceful than the first day as the walk was only 7 km and was also mostly downhill. After a much easier walk, we left our packs at the MSJ van ready for the other group and walked the final kilometres, finishing at Point Roadknight. There we observed stunning views and overlooked the 18km track that we had walked throughout the two days.

There were so many things to love about the overnight camp, a couple being the scenery, the calming sound of waves crashing late at night and being in the fresh air more than we usually would. Something we really enjoyed was the opportunity to develop new friendships with people you wouldn’t normally talk to in the school grounds. The camp was an educational, eye opening experience that I recommend to future Year 9 students.

Piper McClusky - Year 9 student


Keely Williams Year 9, competed in the secondary schools state orienteering competition held on Friday 19 May at Westerfolds Park, Templestowe hosted by Orienteering Victoria.
Keely put in a championship effort and finished third for the Year 9 girls. Well done Keely!