St Paul's News
24th consecutive swim win for St Paul’s swim team
Date: March 17, 2020
The swim team at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School recently won the SEISA Swim Carnival for the 24th year in a row.
Held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, the St Paul’s Swim team comprised of both Junior and Secondary students from Years 5 to 12 from both Warragul and Traralgon Campuses.
With a total of ten St Paul’s individual age group champions on the day, students included: Chloe Joiner (Under 12 years Female Champion), Brody Cargill (Under 12 years Male Champion), Sahara Hammond (Under 13 years Female Champion), Ashley Nicholes (Under 14 year Male Champion), Molly Cargill (Under 15 Female Champion), Callum Halloran-Lavelle (Under 16 years Male Champion), Jessica Emmett (Under 17 Female Champion), Jordyn Cargill (Under 17 years Male Champion), Neisha Ablett (Under 21 year Female Champion) and Tomas Dowler (Under 21 year Male Champion).
Whilst Swim team members were competing in the pool, other students were also playing Table Tennis and Badminton. It was a hotly contested competition all day with each player performing to the best of their abilities with great enthusiasm and determination. The overall results were very close with most divisions and the overall champions relying on the last game scores. The St Paul’s Senior and Junior Badminton teams won their divisions as well as the St Paul’s Senior Table Tennis team.
SEISA is an Association of Independent Schools providing interschool co-curricular competitions across both sporting and cultural fields and St Paul’s competed against other SEISA member schools that included Beaconhills Pakenham, Beaconhills Berwick, Newhaven College and Gippsland Grammar.