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Sports Update Secondary – 05 Nov 2015

05 November 2015

A huge congratulations to our U19 girls Volleyball Squad on their outstanding performance against AIS on Tuesday. The girls beat AIS 3 sets to 0, demonstrating incredible focus, serving and team work. Their hard work, commitment and perseverance over the past two seasons is now really starting to pay off. Well done girls!

Player of the Match – The whole squad.

Ms May and Ms Riley

Sports Update Secondary

Sports Update Secondary

Under 19 Boys Volleyball Match vs Australian International School (away)

With a week to go until the City Championship the boys Under 19 volleyball team arrived at AIS looking to find some form. The game did not start as hoped, with service errors on both sides meaning the scores remained close. AIS were the first to find their form but BVIS came roaring back with some excellent serving and blocking. They couldn’t get over the line though, with AIS winning an epic first set 29-27. BVIS were never quite able to recover and AIS closed out the match with a reasonably comfortable second set score: 25-15. Not the result we wanted, but some positive signs for the City Championship.

MVP: Nam (11I)

Sports Update Secondary