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School Sport Review - Term 4 Week 2

Term 4 - Week 2 Results
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Boys Volleyball


Senior B: With an impressive performance, the Senior B volleyball boys scored a convincing, 3-0 victory over Nazareth College away from home on Friday. Stefan and Ryan continued their strong form in being named as best players.


Middle B: The Middle B1 team found themselves up against a challenging St. Ignatius opponent in what was a competitive contest. Charlie and Evan stood up when needed to help the team to a 2-1 victory in what was a great whole team effort.

Middle C: In another closely contested match hosted in the NIHS volleyball complex, the Middle C team squared off as against Pembroke High School. Unfortunately, despite a strong showing from the boys, they fell short of a win, going down 2-1. Despite the loss, Usel and Dev battled valiantly to perform well.



Senior B1: NIHS bounced back from a tough defeat last week to produce an outstanding performance in their match against St. Ignatius College, running away comfortable 10-2 winners. Aleena and Shashwat were standouts on Saturday morning, displaying class in both their singles and doubles performances.

Senior C1: It was almost a carbon copy for the Senior C1 team who also defeated St. Ignatius College with an identical score line to their accompanying B1 team. Anderson and Zaim showed why they crucial members of the team with their best players nominations.


Middle B1: It was a tough morning for the Middle B1 team on the road to an outstanding Christian Brothers College team. Despite the best efforts of Vinuthi and Akaisha, the team suffered a heavy 0-12 defeat.

Middle B2: Unfortunately, the narrative was much the same for the paired Middle B2 who travelled to CBC. In this case, the team was able to win 2 matches and was significantly aided by the strong efforts of Evan and Jai.

Middle B1: It was a thrilling contest in the second NIHS Middle B1 match, with St. Peter’s College proving to be a consistently strong opponent. The match went down to the wire in the end as the final matches finished. In the end it was NIHS who finished victorious with a final 6-5 score line. Tobey and Sean were recognised as the best players for their outstanding performances in winning their individual matches.

Middle B2: NIHS faced a tough challenge from St. Peter's College, resulting in a 1-11 loss. Eshel and Kyle tried hard despite the loss and were rewarded with recognition from the coach as a result.

Middle Tennis

The Middle C tennis crew travelled to St. Peter's College on what turned out to be a sun-soaked Saturday morning. It wasn’t all sunshine and lollipops however as the boys fought out some close encounters. In the end, it was St. Peter’s who prevailed with a win. David and Talan, were excellent on the day, winning each of their singles matches respectively.

Girls Basketball

Year 8/9 B: The girls bounced back from a heavy defeat last week to face St. Aloysius College on Saturday. Despite a strong improvement across the board, the girls were unable to snatch win, going down 13-25 in the end. Zoe and Gabrielle provided the team with

Girls Volleyball


Senior B1: NIHS continued their strong start to their season in defeating Mary Mackillop College with a convincing straight sets victory. Zoe and Kalana dominated the aerial battle and provided a strong force at the net, significantly contributing to the team’s success.


Middle B1: The Middle B1 girls were unable to replicate their emphatic start to the season over the weekend, struggling against a formidable Kildare College opponent in what was a 3-0 defeat. Despite the loss, Alyssa and Kyanna were strong contributors, earning them best player honours.

Middle B2: It was an opposing story for the Middle B2 team, who struggled last week but bounced back in resounding fashion to secure victory against Cardijn College with a 3-0 score line. Mia and Safa were outstanding on the day.

Middle C1: The Middle C1 faced a tough test against St. Michael's College resulting in a narrow 1-2 loss. Talia and Claire were named as best players for their efforts and leadership across the 3 sets.

Year 7 B: The Year 7 girls were looking to bounce back from a narrow loss last with an opportunity against Loreto College. Unusually, the match ended in a draw at the end of the allowed time, presenting a strange feeling for all involved. Liliana and Lucy were standouts for the girls who have shown a big improvement across the start of the season.


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