Day 5 of the AIMS Tournament Update

Author -  Shannon Sager

Day 5 of the AIMS tournament was a day of celebration and heartache for the Pinehurst team. Antonio lost in a close fought match, finishing his AIMS tournament in 10th place out of 64 competitors. Despite a fantastic performance by our netball defensive duo of Aimee Erskine and Grace Eden, the team had a narrow loss in the morning. They turned the result around in the second game of the day, winning their final C grade pool match. The netball team play their final 2 games on Friday, for a resulting placing in the competition. Gym Sports had another fantastic day, with Jack Simpson coming away with a silver medal in the Open Junior Mens Trampoline, and Gabrielle Brown receiving a certificate for 5th overall in Flyers Womens Artistic. Our table tennis pair played exceptionally well, finishing up 5= after being knocked out in the quarter finals. Tomorrow the table tennis team play for a bronze medal, and Michael Malik contests the singles semi final/finals. Hockey had a fantastic semi final game against Kamo Intermediate, with the score at final time a 2-2 draw. The game then went to strokes, again finishing in a 2-2 draw, with a fantastic display of goal keeping by Fergus Eadie. In sudden death, the team unfortunately went down to Kamo 2/3. They now play for the bronze medal on Friday afternoon. Good luck to all our Student Athletes concluding their AIMS games today.

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Day 5 of the AIMS Tournament Update

Day 5 of the AIMS tournament was a day of celebration and heartache for the Pinehurst team

Day 5 of the AIMS tournament was a day of celebration and heartache for the Pinehurst team. Antonio lost in a close fought match, finishing his AIMS tournament in 10th place out of 64 competitors. Despite a fantastic performance by our netball defensive duo of Aimee Erskine and Grace Eden, the team had a narrow loss in the morning. They turned the result around in the second game of the day, winning their final C grade pool match. The netball team play their final 2 games on Friday, for a resulting placing in the competition. Gym Sports had another fantastic day, with Jack Simpson coming away with a silver medal in the Open Junior Mens Trampoline, and Gabrielle Brown receiving a certificate for 5th overall in Flyers Womens Artistic. Our table tennis pair played exceptionally well, finishing up 5= after being knocked out in the quarter finals. Tomorrow the table tennis team play for a bronze medal, and Michael Malik contests the singles semi final/finals. Hockey had a fantastic semi final game against Kamo Intermediate, with the score at final time a 2-2 draw. The game then went to strokes, again finishing in a 2-2 draw, with a fantastic display of goal keeping by Fergus Eadie. In sudden death, the team unfortunately went down to Kamo 2/3. They now play for the bronze medal on Friday afternoon. Good luck to all our Student Athletes concluding their AIMS games today.

Gymsports Montage Thurs.jpg

Tennis Montage Thurs.jpg

Table Tennis Montage Thursday.jpg

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