Participation impresses teachers at Sturt Public School swimming carnival

TOP PERFORMER: Skipper Pigram, 11, in action at the Sturt Public School swimming carnival at Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre on Tuesday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
TOP PERFORMER: Skipper Pigram, 11, in action at the Sturt Public School swimming carnival at Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre on Tuesday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Participation was the name of the game at Sturt Public School’s swimming carnival at Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre on Tuesday.

It was a successful day out for Sturt students and teachers as Harris went on to win a tight battle for champion house.

House edged out Macleay, while Clayton and Fraser finished third and fourth.

There was also four records broken on the day.

Sturt sports coordinator Susan Brasier was impressed by the children’s willingness to get in and have a go.

“We had good participation numbers, especially in the junior events,” Brasier said.

“Everyone put in 110 per cent effort and they all had a good day.

“We also had lots of children participate in the structured water activities.”

Brasier thanked Kooringal High School students for their timekeeping efforts.

Age champions*

Junior boy: Jireh

Junior girl: Bridget and Eliza

11 years boy: Skipper

11 years girl: Charlotte

Senior boy: Teddy and Riley

Senior girl: Breanna

*Last names were unable to be provided by the school

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