Kelly Colledge, 13 of St Andrews Christian School made the state championships in cross country running this year. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
Kelly Colledge, 13 of St Andrews Christian School made the state championships in cross country running this year. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

St Andrews Christian School had a good year for individuals

ATHLETICS dominate the sporting achievements of students from St Andrew's Christian School, in the second of The Daily Examiner High School Honour Roll series.

St Andrew's competes in the Christian Schools Sporting Association banner and had strong representation at the North Coast Zone Championships in Coffs Harbour.

Twelve students qualified to be eligible to compete at NSW CSSA - impressive for a young school of just 140 students from K to 12.

Assistant principal Dale Adams conducted much of the school's sporting activities in 2013.

"It was a good year for individual sport, more so than team sport," Adams said.

"Kelly Colledge was no doubt our standout in terms of representing at state level.

"Ben Harris also represented the school at state in touch football and was involved in the soccer and cricket teams."

ST ANDREWS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
2013 Sporting Honour Roll

  • BATTY Natalie (Shot Put, Javelin, Discus)
  • COLLEDGE Cameron (High Jump)
  • COLLEDGE Kelly (800m, 400m, 200m)
  • DEBRUIN Grace (Shot Put, Javelin, Discus)
  • HANCHARD Brad (800m)
  • HANCHARD Kieran (100m, 200m)
  • HARRIS Ben (Long Jump, High Jump, Discus, 100m, 200m)
  • KEAM Bonnie (Long Jump)
  • KIDD Christina (Shot Put)
  • KONING Jaykeb (High Jump, Javelin)
  • VAN DORP Ally (Discus)
  • WOOD Callum (1500m, 800m)


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