• Junior School Sports Reports W4 T4 2018

    7 November, 2018


    SASC White 7s v City Colts

    After a great shower of rain overnight, we woke to a very windy Saturday morning.

    Scots All Saints College White played City Colts on the top oval of the Scots School Campus.

    SASC White was captained by Isaac Munns who elected for his team to field first.

    There were 9 wickets taken by SASC White and everyone contributed with Sadie taking 3.

    Our bowling accuracy has already improved with particularly strong work from Kobe, Divjot and Jackson.

    Isaac was terrific on the field, chasing the ball and throwing accurately back to the stumps.

    Divjot and Isaac opened our batting and contributed a healthy set of runs, followed by Kobe and Jackson, then Charlotte and Sadie who batted well together.

    Otto and Jackson completed the batting well, with all players contributing to a total of 188 runs which was 3 times more than last week.

    Players remained focused for a long 2-hour game.

    Well done to each one of you.

    Thank you to David Chapman for scoring and the Munns family for bringing some watermelon to share.

    SASC White Player of the Week – Sadie Chapman

    This Saturday SASC White play City Colts at Loco Oval at 9:15 am.

    Mrs Jennie White 


    Woolworths Master Blaster SASC Blue v RUCC Mitchell Starc

    It was perfect weather for our game against RUCC in the 3rd round of cricket for the season.

    As we were waiting for quite a few of our players to arrive RUCC very generously allowed us to bat first.

    Dylan and Rory opened the batting and were soon hitting towards the power zone with great experience.

    Hayden and Max also proved to be very skilled with the bat and added considerably to the score.

    Alexander and Jye enjoyed a great batting partnership, finished our batting innings with a very healthy run tally.

    Thank you to Lucas Smart’s Dad who has been helping out with bowling techniques during training sessions.

    It is really starting to pay off on game day as the boys managed to take lots of wickets.

    Thank you to Max for supplying our halftime fruit break of strawberries and oranges and then passing around ice blocks at the end of the game.

    Thank you to Hayden’s Dad for scoring.
    SASC Blue Player of the Week – Hayden Brown

    If you haven’t downloaded the ‘MyCricket’ App yet, I encourage you to as it is full of information regarding the Draw and locations.

    It is a blue icon with My Cricket written in white.

    Once downloaded follow the prompts to set it up.

    This Saturday, Round 4, SASC Blue play City Colts Originals at Scots Master Blaster Ground (Top car park).

    Please be at the ground by 9 am as games start at 9:15 am.

    Mrs Lyn Inglis


    SASC Under 9s

    It was a beautiful morning at All Saints Campus when the SASC 9s took on a competitive St Pat’s team on Saturday.

    Carter was our captain for the week and St Pat’s chose to bat first.

    St Pat’s opening batsmen set a cracking scoring pace and we were grateful to Charlie for taking a wicket during the opening spell.

    The following Pat’s batsmen couldn’t score as quickly due to improved fielding by the SASC players.

    A few more wickets fell, with credit going to Jenson, Alicia and Alex.

    Special mention to Jenson, Alex and Carter for great fielding with catches and run-outs to their names, to Amtoj for always backing up and to Hamish, Georgia and Harrison for their reliable fielding for the team.

    Scoring runs was a challenge but SASC kept the run-rate ticking over steadily.

    As well as runs off the bat, there was some great calling between the wickets earning us some extras.

    Player of the Match was awarded to Jenson for his haul of wickets, involvement in the field and his steady performance batting.

    Thank you to Wayne for scoring and all the parents and grandparents who, as well as bringing all the players to the game, are a great encouragement to the team.

    Mrs Jo Nicholls

    SASC Under 10 White

    Scots All Saints College White played a great game against City Colts on Saturday.

    Captain Jonathan Price won the toss and elected to bat against some quick City Colts bowlers.

    Jonathan adjusted to the speed and played some nice strokes through the off side and down to third man.

    Jack played possibly the shot of the day as he belted the ball down the ground only to hit his batting partner at the other end.

    Lucy and Lacey put together a nice partnership with both girls playing a nice shot towards the end of their innings.

    At the conclusion of our innings, Scots All Saints White finished with 4-77.

    Toby opened the bowling with his deceptive left-arm fast deliveries claiming 0-7 off his two overs before putting on the keeping gloves.

    Timothy did a great job wicket keeping as well, before bowling superbly and claiming 1-0 off two overs.

    William (2 wickets) and Jacob also bowled tightly with improved accuracy whilst Jacob, Lucy and Jack each pulled off some super run-outs.

    It was a great effort for Scots All Saints White to claim 7 wickets but some late Colts runs got them home 7-98.

    Mr Anthony Roohan


    SASC Under 10 Blue

    On a sunny yet windy Saturday morning, Scots All Saints Blue played fantastically well against Lithgow.
    The bowling and fielding display was outstanding being led well by Danny, Grayson and Ben.

    The great improvers in bowling were Angus and Andy.
    The fielding was very good with great wicketkeeping displays by Charlie and Andy.
    The batting was ably led by Bryce and Neel.
    The talk onfield among the team is great and the interaction between the boys is a pleasure to watch.
    Overall it was a great effort with the Captain of the day Grayson also picking up Player of the match.

    Mr Adrian Jacobsen

    SASC Under 12s

    The sun shone brightly as the SASC Under 12s prepared for their much anticipated second game.

    Being the home captain, Lachlan tossed the coin and did so truly, producing a winning coin.

    Having no hesitation in batting first, the troops were summoned and the match was underway.

    The openers Jai and Jaxon were solid from the first ball, the two striking a quick but equitable partnership.

    Jaxon played some great strokes but unfortunately fell first, thanks to a sharp catch by the wicketkeeper.

    It took another 5 overs and a fortunate piece of bowling to dismiss Jai, who batted beautifully in his first innings of the season.

    Enter Tim and Liam!

    Tim came in at first drop and rose to the challenge of a tricky spot in the order.

    Liam was in second drop, equally tricky, with the score at 2/26.

    From there, the duo put together an amazing partnership of 89 runs!

    Liam turned the strike with little trouble, his first 18 runs coming all in singles.

    Tim was outstanding, mixing singles with 2’s, as well as some well-struck boundaries.

    Tim batted for 87 minutes, seemingly in control for the duration.

    By the time he was dismissed, he had hit an incredible five boundaries on his way to his highest ever score of 47!

    That he was run-out was indicative of the way he batted, in that he was never going to be dismissed in any other fashion.

    Liam consolidated perfectly, taking most of the strike before wielding his fine blade in similar style.

    In his first full innings, he remains 33 not-out, with his side in a commanding position.

    Due to a late start and a slow bowling rate, the Under 12s had very limited opportunity with the ball.

    Banjo started with the ball where he left off with the bat last game, with a great opening spell of bowling!

    Aston was the other opener who impressed with a tight display, mixing both pace and spin in his two overs.

    Lachlan was unlucky not to hit the stumps on at least 3 occasions against the opposition’s tall left-hander.

    Callum was excellent, bowling with his big brother in a great partnership and was equally unlucky not to snare a wicket.

    Patrick and Oliviah bowled well in tandem, Patrick coming back from a first-ball boundary to concede just two more runs.

    Oliviah bowled a good length and troubled the batters during her spell.

    Tim and Will finished the day with an over each.

    Tim’s extra pace heightening the opponents’ nerves while Will was on the spot from the start and bowled a great over.

    At the end of day one, the SASC Under 12s are in a great position.

    If the bowling remains tight then opportunities with the ball will come.

    The Day 1 score was:

    SASC 4/137 (25)
    City Colts 0/57 (14).

    It was no surprise that the Player of the Week award went to an incredibly hard-working and very deserving Tim Anderson!

    His innings of 47 was fantastic!

    Well done U/12’s!

    Mr Sean Munns

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