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									                                          Sport News

                            Secondary Sports - Zone Sports Results

C   ongratulations to all four of our softball/cricket representative teams who defeated Penrith
    Christian School to win a place in the finals. All four teams will play Redeemer Christian
School Tuesday, 24 April next term. A bus has been booked for transport and the students will be
back at Wycliffe at approximately 5.30pm.

Congratulations to both Jake Allison and Sam Ross who had outstanding performances in the
Open Boys Cricket versus Penrith. Jake scored 50 not out and Sam Ross took 5 wickets for 22
including a hat trick. 5 wickets in an innings and a hat trick is an outstanding achievement which I
am sure he will never forget.

                                       Primary Sports
If there are any parents who can assist with the Friday morning Primary Sports Program each
week please contact Mrs Kylie Pidgeon as soon as possible. Your assistance in this area is most

                             Primary and Secondary - Sports Training
Lunch time training will be held for the following sports:

- Year 3-12 Cross C ountry training on Mondays and Thursdays
- 15's and Open league Tuesday during sport and Friday

Andrew Stewart
Secondary Sports Coordinator

                                         Careers News

M    acquarie University will offer HSC revision courses on core topics / concepts in Geography
     (19/4) Chemistry (12-13/7) Physics (10-11/7) and English (14/7). Bookings required.

The University of Wollongong will hold a Careers Day Tuesday, 3 July for prospective students and
parents interested in careers in science, engineering and IT. Interactive displays, lab tours and
presentations from industry employees and current students.

Are you a talented Year 12 student expecting a UAI of 95+? The "Degree in a Day" program at the
University of Sydney Wednesday, 11 April features hands on tutorials, presentations and practical
sessions to give you a taste of academic life.

Julie Pickworth

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