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On Thursday 23 September, St Michael’s College participated in the Achilles Cup Athletics Carnival against various Catholic and Independent schools in the B Grade competition.

We took a relatively small team of boys for this event, however we had some fantastic results on the day.

Well done to the following students who won or gained a place in their respective events:

Cooper Raftery1stU13 Hurdles, U13 Triple Jump
Thomas Antoniadis 1stU13 200m
Lachlan Sands1stU14 Long Jump, U14 100m, U14 200m
James Bowling1stU14 800m, U14 1500m
Archer Charles1stU16 800m
Sebastian Hartas1stU16 Shot Put, U16 100m
Michael Moschou1stOpen 100m, Open 200m, Open 400m
Jarrell Vitale1stOpen Shot Put
Cooper, Jed, Tom, James1stU13 Relay
Michael, Lachlan, Seb, Harry1stOpen Relay
Thomas Antoniadis2ndU13 100m
Harry Dodd2ndU15 100m
Archie Walsh2ndU16 1500m
Daniel Charles2ndOpen 1500m
Jarrell Vitale2ndOpen Discus
Cooper Raftery3rdU13 High Jump
Nick Boeyen3rdU16 High Jump
Michael Moschou3rdOpen Hurdles
Daniel Charles3rdOpen 3000m
Harry Dodd3rdU15 200m
Jed Remphrey3rdU13 Long Jump

Thank you to all students who participated with great spirit on the day, and to our old scholars and students for officiating and assisting with running events throughout the day.

Mr Jordan Young, Secondary Co-curricular Coordinator


Last Friday on 15 October, the inaugural St Michael’s College Mountain Bike team competed in the School Sport SA Championships at O’Halloran Hill in what was looming as a wet, muddy, and cold day. Cross Country Mountain Biking is a Commonwealth and Olympic event which requires fitness, skill and endurance, where competitors need to traverse and navigate over or around obstacles and up and down hills.

We entered three teams across Year 7 to 11 with the U13 and U15’s commencing their 90-minute race in muddy conditions at 9:00 am. The senior team rode later in the day for 120 minutes and were fortunate that the track dried out after the morning competitors. For most students, it was the first time competing in such an event and it appeared as though all students had a great time:

“The school’s mountain bike state champs was a great event for SMC students to experience a new type of sport within a supportive environment. The event also helped us to work together as a team and represent St Michaels in a respectful manner whilst pedaling to the finish line. Thank you to the staff for organising the day and cheering us on. Overall, everybody had a great time!”

Mr Ryan Fleetwood, Director of Learning Technologies and Analytics


Warm and windy conditions greeted the Knockout Baseball team for its match against Seaton High School at Seaton in the first round of the competition. Despite having only eight players, St Michael’s College was the first to score with three runs in the 2nd innings on the back of hits to Zach Stanmeyre, Kalan Palmer, Boston Hodges and Carter Roe. Our pitchers did well to throw strikes but unfortunately their batters were able to consistently find the gaps in our outfield. In the last inning we were down by three runs and to our credit scored twice but unfortunately fell one run short of making Seaton bat again. A special mention to Matthew Pegoli who got hit by a hard fastball to the arm and battled it out for the remainder of the innings. A great team effort, well done boys. Final result: SMC 6 – Seaton HS 7

Mark Stephens, Daily Organiser – Secondary


On Monday 18 October, St Michael’s College and Henley High School played against each other in an inaugural boys 1st XI Cricket match to start their season. While this is the first time the two have played each other to start the season, we hope that we can continue this tradition each year and grow our sense of community with our Cudmore Terrace rivals! Finals score on the day were SMC 5/146 def. HHS 8/131 (L Hoy 38, J Ford 28no, J Bertram 27, L Hoy 3/18, B Stavrides 1/6, L Leaney 1/10).

Mr Jordan Young, Secondary Co-curricular Coordinator