2019 Victoria Schools Team Announced

Congratulations to the following students who have been selected in the 2019 Orienteering Victoria Schools Team.

The Australian Schools Orienteering Championships and Oceania Carnival take place at Wagga Wagga NSW, from 28 Sep to 6 Oct.

The 20 students offered places are:

Junior Boys:

  • Torren Arthur (Trinity Grammar School, Kew)
  • Lachlan Feuerherdt (Bendigo South East College)
  • James Love (Oxley Christian College)
  • John Steer (Crusoe College)
  • Henri du Toit (Trinity Grammar School, Kew)
  • Callum White (Whitefriars College)

Junior Girls:

  • Sophie Arthur (Ivanhoe Girls Grammar School)
  • Milla Key (Kew High)
  • Amber Louw (Wesley College)
  • Sophie Taverna (Gisborne Secondary College)

Senior Boys:

  • Mason Arthur (Trinity Grammar School, Kew)
  • William Davey (Kew High)
  • Jensen Key (Kew High)
  • Brody McCarthy (Viewbank Secondary College)
  • Archie Neylon (Sacred Heart College, Kyneton)

Senior Girls:

  • Sally Barlow (Avila College)
  • Jemima Bradfield Smith (Sacred Heart College, Kyneton)
  • Sarah Davies (Sacred Heart College, Geelong)
  • Serryn Eenjes (Girton Grammar School)
  • Caitlyn Steer (Bendigo Senior Secondary College)

Coaches: Clare Brownridge, Peter Hobbs
Manager: Bruce Arthur

Reserves (non travelling):

  • Catherine Marty (Ivanhoe Grammar School)
  • Luke Feuerherdt (Bendigo South East College)
  • Aidan Ford (Alice Miller School)

Students have until 30 Jun to accept this offer. Team captains will be named after students have accepted their offers.

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