About 350 students cheered on their classmates at St Augustine’s College’s annual swimming sports competition where Augustine's ruled.February 20, 2014 5:20am
Noise, energy and colour was on full display at St Augustine’s College’s annual swimming sports competition on Monday.
About 350 students cheered on their classmates at the Kyabram Swimming Pool, dressing in costumes and creating banners to show their support for their school houses.
Sports co-ordinator Hugh Saunders said the event was blessed by great weather, great participation from students and some competitive sportsmanship.
Augustine House ran away clear winners with an impressive 926 points, but were closely followed by Brigidine House who ended the day on 894 points.
The newest St Augustine’s house, Delany, ended the day in third place after gathering 571 points.
The age champions for the day were:
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