And the U/18 AFL premiership goes to …

Clarence! Congratulations to the Clarence Roos who took it to the Kingborough Tigers on Sunday afternoon, defeating them  2.4, 2.5, 6.5, 9.7 (61) to 2.1, 4.3, 5.4, 5.7 (37) at North Hobart Oval for the Southern Tasmanian Junior Football League Premiership for 2017. All but two of the 24 players either the Clarence Roos Football…

GYC players to dominate Sunday’s U/18 grand final

There is an unusual tension on the Hobart Campus of Guilford Young College this week. GYC AFL players JOSH PRIDE and LACHIE GADOMSKI explain: Currently at Guilford Young College there are large numbers of students participating in a wide range of sporting platforms. AFL has been particularly popular and this will be showcased on Sunday 10…

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…