Inter-school Sport ACC and RKAS

Tranby finished 3rd at the ACC 2019 Inter-school Swimming Carnival

At 7:45am on Wednesday 20th March, 30 Tranby students set off to the F Division ACC Inter-school Swimming Carnival. Overall the carnival was a great success, with students displaying great dedication and enthusiasm to the day's events. It was amazing to see students happily swimming up age groups and filling in to swim races where possible. Our team spirit was especially on show during relays with everyone encouraging each other and trying their best.

As Tranby won the overall Junior Boys and placed third overall behind Thornlie and Helena, it shows just how well our team performed as a whole. Well done to everyone who swam and thank you to the teachers and students who helped out on the day, as it wouldn't have been possible without your support. Congratulations to the following two students on their individual achievements: Under 14 Girls Champion: Alannah Cameron and Under 14 Boys Champion: Aaron Rocke.

Mitchell Shackles and Sophie White -  College Sports Captains

ACC 2019 Cross Country Carnival

We competed in the ACC Cross Country Carnival in Week 5 of Term 2. I would like to congratulate the students who were selected in this team and competed on the day, they did the College proud. A special mention goes to the Girls U19 who placed 25th out of 42 schools and the Girls U14 who placed 18th out of 63 schools, their effort on the day was exceptional.

Finally one of our own Tranby College students came first place at this carnival in the Girls Open Division with a time of 10:46:03. India Hooton did not only place first in her race but has also been selected into the ACC All Stars Cross Country Team. This is an outstanding achievement from India and one to be celebrated.

Rockingham Kwinana Associated Sports - RKAS

RKAS Senior Basketball

The Senior Girls' and Boys' Basketball kicked off this year in the Rockingham Kwinana Associated Schools competition. Both teams played the game to a high standard and showed great commitment and dedication in each game. The Senior Girls were undefeated in the RKAS rounds against all schools in the local area and moved up into the ACC Championship, where they competed against St Norbert College in a home game. Unfortunately, with St Norbert College being a basketball specialist school were able to steal the win, with the final score of 70-44 points. This meant it was the end of the road for the small but dynamic group of Year 12 girls.