Has a new GYC tradition been created?

On the evening of Tuesday 21 August, GYC played a “friendly” AFL match, GYC current students versus GYC All Stars (former students) at Twin Ovals, Kingston. Despite earlier wet weather and some showers on the night, the ground was in excellent condition for the entertaining and spirited game. After a tight tussle in the first…

GYC retains soccer title

by coach, Marco Guerzoni The boys’ SSATIS final for football (soccer) was played out in front of a healthy crowd at South Oval, The Hutchins School, between the GYC First XI and THS on Thursday 16 August. Affording Hutchins the home ground and home crowd advantage, the GYC boys backed-in their high, skill-based game, centred around…

GYC AFL spectacular

Guilford Young College will host an AFL spectacular at Kingston’s Twin Ovals next Tuesday evening. Although the College did not participate in the SATIS AFL competition this year due to roster changes, interest in and involvement with AFL remains very strong within the College. A large number of students compete at the club level while…

Players seen by AFL talent staff

Five Guilford Young College AFL players were among a number of young Tasmanians who played in front of a large number of AFL talent ID staff in Melbourne at the weekend. Lachlan Gadomski (co-captain), Jacob Banks, Harry Burgess, Patrick Kelly and Luke Swinton were among 22 students from eight Tasmanian schools who played a football game…

Footy in Melbourne’s backyard

Although Guilford Young College did not compete in the SATIS AFL competition this year, five students were named in the Tasmanian SATIS team to play in Melbourne last weekend. Harry Burgess, Patrick Kelly, Jacob Banks, Lachlan Gadomski (co-captain) and Luke Swinton made the trip of play an Association Public Schools (APS) represetative team at Trinity…