After a very limited year in 2020, students and staff were keen to get offsite and participating in sporting competition again with the annual CRCCS House Swimming Carnival. With St Albans out of action this year for redevelopment, we visited a new venue at Werribee Outdoor Pool.
We were greeted with a very cool morning, and not a great forecast for the day, but the students embraced the opportunity to brave the weather and get in the pool to earn points for their House. In the main pool, events were held in 25 and 50 metre Freestyle and 50 metre Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly. For the non-swimmers, Water Polo was once again very popular, as were the Volleyball and land novelty events.
Overall, student behaviour and competitive spirit was fantastic and contributed to another successful day on the CRCCS sporting calendar. Congratulations to Norman House on winning the swimming shield for the second year in a row.
Students will now be considered for the SACCSS swimming competition coming up at the end of Term 1. Selected students will be contacted shortly.