It is time to make your health a priority. What can you do to help you and your loved ones?
The Sport program at Marcellin prides itself on creating an environment that focuses on sportsmanship whilst developing physically, mentally and social skills of all our boys. This weekend all 1st teams will look to take the next step and make an impact on all males within our community. Sport can be a fantastic vehicle to educate the broader community and this weekend we aim to highlight the importance on Men’s Health, an issue that the Health and Physical Education department have promoted for many years.
All boys representing Marcellin in Cross Country, 1st Hockey, 1st Football, 1st Rugby and 1st Soccer will wear light blue socks to create a talking point for all players, officials and spectators. The aim is for males to take more care in their everyday health by making simple changes with their behaviour. We want boys to educate males in their life to:
Strive for the highest within the sport program
It has been great following our boys achieve amazing success within their chosen fields.Alex Menelaou – Melbourne Victory
Congratulations to Year 12 student and 1st XI Co-Captain Alex who was selected in the Melbourne Victory squad that played Manchester United at the MCG last Friday night. This is a fantastic achievement and coms after so much hard work and dedication. We acknowledge Alex’s commitment to his school team whilst still being able to manage senior selection with Melbourne Victory.Kristian Ferrento – U17 Crocs Basketball Team
1st Basketball Captain Kristian has just returned after an amazing trip overseas. He was selected in the Under 17 Australian Basketball squad, which travelled to Qatar for the Asia Cup qualifier. Australia won this event and competed in the FIBA World Cup held in Spain this past week where they made it through to the quarter finals. Kristian has been able to achieve all of this success outside Marcellin whilst undertaking a Unit ¾ subject as a year eleven student and meeting all Marcellin sporting commitments.Harrison Beauchamp – U16 Vic Metro Captain and National Title
Congratulations to year ten student, Harrison Beauchamp who over the holidays was an integral part of the U16 Vic Metro basketball side the won the National Championship in Perth. This win was even sweeter as Harrison was captain of the team.
Nicholas Munro – National Ice Hockey Championships
Well done to Nick who was part of the Victorian team that won the U18 National Ice Hockey Championships over the holiday period in Perth.
Darcy Edmends – U18 Vic Metro Football
Our Sport Captain and 1st XVIII Football Captain Darcy had a very successful three games against the Allies, South Australia and Western Australia with the final game against Vic Country to decide the championship.
Wyatt Ballenger – U18 Melbourne Rebels Academy
Year eleven rugby boy participated in the Melbourne Rebels U18 Academy team that played against the Western Force, Queensland Reds and the ACT Brumbies.