Cross Country blessed with a perfect day!

We had an outstanding Catholic School’s Cross Country event at Monte Cecilia Park in Auckland today – hitting a record high of 17 schools represented and almost 600 competitors!

Thank you all for a brilliant day that showed true Catholic Competitive spirit in such a positive way.

The Trophy has gone back to St Mary’s, Ellerslie for a well deserved year of bragging rights (247 points)

2nd: Mt Carmel, Meadowbank (301 points)

3rd: St Joseph’s, Takapuna knocked from the winner’s perch to third place (329 points).

4th: We had a tie, with St Ignatius and Marist, Mt Albert scoring 332 points each.

6th: St Michaels, Remuera (421 points)

7th: St Marys, Northcote (426 points)

8th: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Epsom (430 points)

9th: Monte Cecilia (455 points)

10th: Marist, Herne Bay (460 points)

11th: Sancta Maria, Flatbush (465 points)

The other five schools did not qualify for trophy points – BUT they won in attitude and perseverence with their small teams that entered! Tino pai – it was fantastic sharing the day with such wonderful kids from all our schools.

Thank you everyone for your support!

Next up is the Chess at St Paul’s Massey – contact Mary Zellman if you would still like to enter your school’s teams or individuals! And Tagalog Speech Competition at St Mark’s Pakuranga!

By | 2020-02-05T11:37:29+00:00 11th September 2018|News|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Mini Joseph 11 September 2018 at 7:43 pm - Reply

    It was an amazing day. Thank you for organising this event.

  2. Annette Donnelly 12 September 2018 at 12:23 pm - Reply

    A wonderful day.
    A big thank you to you Michelle and all who helped organise this event.
    Congratulations to St Mary’s. A comprehensive win!

  3. Anna Swann 13 September 2018 at 3:14 pm - Reply

    The kids came back exhausted but fizzing!! I’m sorry I missed it-will be there next year to witness ‘killer hill’ for myself:)
    Thanks Michelle and all who were involved in the amazing organisation!

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