Claudia Blades, Taylah Brackin and Codie Brackin from Doody house.
Claudia Blades, Taylah Brackin and Codie Brackin from Doody house.

Campbell wins at Assumption

SLIPPERS, yellow underwear and crazy hats were the fashions on field at the Assumption College Athletics day yesterday.

Deputy principal Craig Frattini said it was a great day of sports after the carnival was postponed mid-event after terrible weather on Wednesday.

“Everyone backed up very well ... particularly those athletes who weren’t that athletic but did it anyway supporting their team even in slippers,” he said.

Campbell house defeated the field winning by 355 points, followed by Doody on 2980 points and Murphy with 2894.

The Dean Burgin Trophy for the runner up with the most points went to Tessa O’Brien with 134 points and the Ashes house spirit award went to Murphy house.

Brother Higgins Memorial Trophy for replays went to Campbell house with 168 points closely followed by Doody on 160.

Six records were set with Shane Roberts breaking the under 16 year 1500m and 800m.

Champions

Girls - 13 years champion Carly Cooper, runner up Emma Seibenhausen.

14 years champion Ella Tregurtha, runner up Lauren Hannemann.

15 years champion Maddi Lane, runner up Tessa O’Brien.

16 years champion Brittany Hancock, runner up Haylee Wilson.

Open champion Kristie Morrish, runner up Katie Fenton.

Boys – 13 years champion Ryan Moore, runner up Max Somes.

14 years champion Dylan Crompton, runner up Reagan Brack.

15 years champion Patrick Gribbin, runner up Kobi Tate.

16 years champion John Brennan, runner up Shane Roberts.

Open champion Craig Bell, runner up Rick McGaban.



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