Queen of the Mountain

Tasmanian cycling sensation Madeleine Fasnacht is now Queen of the Mountain for the 2017 Tour of King Valley (Victoria) which was raced at the weekend as part of the Cycling Australia National Road Series. It was contested over four stages on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Maddy and Ainsleigh Gray, both Year 12 students at GYC, rode for…

Great seasons come to an end

WATER POLO After very strong seasons, the girls’ and boys’ teams qualified for their grand finals with dominant semi-final wins against The Friend’s School.  In the grand finals on Friday 18 August, the girls played St Michael’s Collegiate School and the boys played Hobart College. GIRLS When GYC played Collegiate in the College Girls’ water…

Boys retain soccer title after undefeated season

Going into the grand final undefeated, the boys were full of confidence against The Hutchins School. GYC opened the game with a flurry, creating multiple opportunities that could have seen them up by three goals in the first five minutes. They missed one from close range and hit the cross bar with another before Thomas…

Family Bulletin #14

Family Bulletin #14 24 August is now available. Quite a deal of current GYC activity is looking towards 2018, both for the College as well as for our students. However, we are also in the moment of Term 3 activities and mindful that the end of our academic year is approaching quickly. These aspects of…

Silver to Benjamin

Benjamin Spinks (GYC Year 11) won a silver medal in the U/18 73 kg division at the Sydney International Open Judo competition at Sydney Olympic Park, on the weekend of 19-20 August. With 30 competitors in his category, Benjamin defeated a New Zealander, a Russian, an Englishman and an Australian to make the gold medal…