We chat to Simon and Tom about the first round of Beach Volleyball!
After winning the Junior Female Triathlete of the Year, Fern Davies is keen to give it her all for the upcoming National Championships!
Saturday saw the Comets come up against their sister team from SA, Lightning, in the stand out game of the tournament. Both teams gave it their all from the very first whistle, with no more than two goals difference between the teams for the first half. Lightning maintained a lead throughout the game, although the …read more
The Comets came up against the Western Australia Breakers last Friday in the first final of the tournament. The Comets were third so far in Pool A, while the Breakers were fourth in pool B, making it all the more important for the South Australian girls to claim the win. With a spot in the …read more
The Comets came out firing in the U15’s National Lacrosse Tournament, claiming two wins within the first few days. With two wins and one loss, the girls were up against New Zealand’s Waikato last Thursday and it was a must win game. With the girls striving to lift themselves higher in their pool, they …read more
The Mt. Carmel College senior girls and boys teams share some healthy rivalry at the Pedal Prix!
The Glenelg under 17 boys have earned their Grand Final success after a near flawless season. After failing to win a single game in 2013, the team started the new year determined to admire the view from somewhere other than the bottom of the ladder. Thus began their long and arduous climb to the top. …read more
The boys leave this weekend for Nationals in Perth, and are keen to showcase their athleticism and take home some wins!
With the new bike in action, the teams were ready ride! St Michael’s senior team came 37th overall and 10th in their category, while the junior team placed 157th overall and 40th in their category.
The City to Bay is South Australia’s largest community fun run. We have a chat to Adam Jones after finishing a lengthy 12km!