Intermediate Girls Cricket

On Thursday 29 February, the Intermediate Girls Cricket Team took to Lum Reserve to compete in the division interschool sport round robin day. In the absence of Highvale Secondary College, we had two games to win in order to progress through to the next round.

Our first game was against Glen Waverley Secondary College who looked to be a tough challenge. Incredible batting from Ava helped give us a well defendable score, then followed by some quality bowling, plus a great catch by Frances, we had just got it done.

Our second game against Vermont Secondary Colelge went pretty smooth sailing, keeping them to only 70 runs, then chasing them in only 5 overs putting us successfully through to the next round. A good day out for the girls!

By Jayda C (Year 10)


Division Swimming Championships

On Monday 4 March, 72 students from Years 7 to 12 attended the Oakleigh swimming pool to compete in the 2024 Division Championships. Mount Waverley Seconday College had a sensational day, dominating the competition from the very first race. Our students were simply amazing, with many pushing their limits by swimming the maximum races allowed, and swimming in events that were not necessarily their favourites.

We were also witnesses to some amazing individual performances. Aleisha C and Zachary C of Year 9, Isaac C of Year 10, Patrik D and Edolie R of Year 12 and Zoe S of Year 8 were all crowned Year Level Champions.

At the end of the day, we were the proud winners of  the Junior and the Intermediate shields, and only narrowly losing the Senior shield.

We were also crowned Division Champions for the 7th time in 8 years. Both Mr Newport and I couldn’t be prouder of the way the team competed and supported each other on the day.

The final results were as follows;
1st –  MWSC – 852 points
2nd – Vermont SC- 813 points
3rd –  Glen Waverley SC – 664 points

4th –  Highvale SC – 377 points

Looking forward to watching these superstars compete at the next level – the EMR Championships!


Mr Gwynne and Mr Newport
Sports Leaders