19 March 2015 Issue 7 Principal’s Message Using Social Media Responsibly We live in a digital age where technology influences all facets of society and for our young generation, technology has become a normal and integral part of everyday life. At the Middle and Senior School Assembly last Friday I spoke to the students about the importance of using social media responsibly to ensure they protect their privacy and their reputation. One of the essential keys to engaging safely in a digital environment is developing an understanding of the true nature of the internet. The internet is a public place. Despite what many internet companies including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snap-Chat tell us, the internet is not private. The internet is a huge public arena that is very much a part of the real world. Recent statistics show that Facebook alone has over 2 billion registered users. All activity we engage in online, be it messaging, uploading of photos or browsing is permanently recorded in the digital world and is accessible to real people. One of the greatest dangers in using social media is the inability to protect our privacy and our personal identity. Unless we take measures to ensure our personal safety online we are exposed to the same threats and the same criminal activities we could encounter in the real world. The privacy settings associated with social media are not powerful enough to protect us from potential danger. For this reason, we need to take extra precautions when using the internet and particularly social media. When we engage in online experiences be it through social media, gaming, forums or any other method, we are interacting with real people, therefore our online choices and behaviours are just as important as the choices and behaviours we employ in the real world. One of the greatest misconceptions and dangers that internet users face is the illusion that the cyber-world and the real world are not connected. In reality, the internet is a place where you can build or destroy relationships and where reputations can be shattered. When we make the decision to share information, upload messages or photos or respond to an online post we need to make a choice that protects not only ourselves but others. Good choices reduce the danger of destroying our reputation and the relationships we have with other people. Rebuilding a positive reputation is far more difficult once you have lost people’s trust. Social media is today’s resume and statistics indicate that over 90% of employers now use social media to screen potential employees. Recent data suggests that Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are the major channels that are screened and a survey of employers revealed that 69% have rejected a candidate based on what they saw on social media sites. The major reasons an employer rejected an applicant included: lying about their qualifications posting inappropriate photos posting inappropriate comments and negative comments poor online communication skills Our actions on the internet are a reflection of who we are and our personal profile is open to scrutiny not only by potential employers but the general public and the people who we care about including family and friends. Technology itself is not the enemy, rather the way people inappropriately utilise this resource is the danger we must accept as being a reality of living in a digital society. Safe and effective internet use is about taking control of the choices we make and being mindful of the consequences before we respond, upload or hit the enter button. Society judges a persons’ character by their choices and the behaviour we engage in is a reflection of our values, morals and life skills. Making poor choices in the real world results in consequences and it is no different in the cyber-world. When you engage in social media or within a digital environment, always be mindful of your activities and ensure that you make positive choices that will protect rather than harm others and yourself. Richard Young Principal College News Pastoral Care Corner – Character Counts Right now is a good time. (Tote Yamada) This is a week of special days, each one highlighting an important and pressing social issue. National Close the Gap Day (Thursday 19 March) highlights one of Australia’s largest campaigns to improve Indigenous health. It is a way for Australians to join together and remind political leaders of their commitments to close the life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Events held on this day highlight the campaign which aims to achieve life expectancy and health equality for Australia’s Indigenous population within a generation, that is, within 25 years. The focus is on the need for genuine, meaningful partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations at all stages of health planning and delivery. Friday 20 March is heralded as the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence, providing a focus for all schools to say Bullying. No Way! and to strengthen their existing everyday messages that bullying and violence at school (or anywhere for that matter) are not okay at any time. It is a time to remember that violence takes many different forms, physical and psychological. We are also reminded that there is a vast array of contributing factors, such as various addictions (drugs, alcohol, gambling) as well as personal circumstances, such as unemployment, relationship breakdowns and mental health issues. Friday 20 March is also International Day of Happiness. In 2011, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution which recognised happiness as a “fundamental human goal” and called for “a more inclusive, equitable and balanced approach to economic growth that promotes the happiness and well-being of all peoples”. The focus for this day in 2015 is on our connections with others. Harmony Day (Saturday 21 March) is a day to celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone. The ongoing message of Harmony Day is that Everyone Belongs, which means that all Australians are a welcome part of our country, regardless of their background. This is a day that highlights and provides opportunities specifically to celebrate the cultural diversity of everyone who calls Australia home. This year is the 15th anniversary of Harmony Day, and the milestone is being used as an opportunity to thank all the communities and people who have made the day what it is, and to look to our ongoing shared future. This is also the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This year's theme “Learning from historical tragedies to combat racial discrimination today” aims to explore the root causes of racism and racial discrimination and will stress the essential need to learn the lessons history has provided in order to combat racism and racial discrimination today. United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, explains: "The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is an opportunity to renew our commitment to building a world of justice and equality where xenophobia and bigotry do not exist. We must learn the lessons of history and acknowledge the profound damage caused by racial discrimination." Further information and resources for each of these special days are available on their respective websites. Right now is also an ideal time for us to remember the efforts of the vast array of aid agencies who are involved in the practical rescue, recovery and rebuilding operation currently taking place in Vanuatu, after the destruction and devastation caused by Cyclone Pam. Save the Children is one of Australia’s largest aid and development agencies dedicated to helping children. Look for further information in this Newsletter as to how we, as members of the Rivermount community, can contribute to assisting children and their families in this nearby country, a location that many of our families have already visited as a tourist destination. Fran Stuetzel Dean of Pastoral Care College News Centenary of ANZAC Day 25 April 2015 Commemorative Mosaic On 25 April 1915, members of the Australian Army along with New Zealand soldiers landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula and secured a bridgehead at what is now known as ANZAC Cove. 2015 is the Centenary of this significant moment in our young country’s history. In response, Rivermount, in addition to commemorating the ANZAC tradition, will identify the connection our College and its families have to the military service of our country. The spirit of the ANZAC service is in essence about the sacrifice that people make for their countries. Illustrations of Service Through discussion already occurring in our College community, some connections to the ANZAC history have come to light. Year 10 student Scott Bertwistle, has a grandfather who served in the Kokoda campaign, Mrs Mary Helbig’s father was a Rat of Tobruk and when he came home to Australia he was then assigned to Papua New Guinea and served in the Kokoda campaign. Mrs Angela Baker-Gillies grandfather, identified in the photo, served at Gallipoli. Creating the Commemorative Mosaic If members of your family have served for any country in conflict or peace, we would like the details of their service, personnel details, a short story and a photo about their achievements and connection to Rivermount College. This information will be placed in a Commemorative Poster, attached to our Commemorative Mosaic which will be displayed at our ANZAC Service. Our College community will have the opportunity to understand what some of our extended community have done in service for their respective countries. We do not want anything that is valuable, hence if there are war medals, please just take a photo of them and we can attach that to the ensemble of photos. The information can be electronically sent to Mr Rob Mulder – [email protected] or place the information in an envelope with your name and return address and hand in at Student Welfare. The information will be scanned and then returned to you. For example: Service Personal Details: Rupert Oswald Douglas (on left) Description of Service Rupert Oswald Douglas was a member of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade, a mounted infantry brigade of the First Australian Imperial Force, who served in the Middle Eastern Theatre of World War 1. In 1914, the brigade formed part of the New Zealand and Australian Division, but during the Gallipoli campaign served in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp (ANZAC). The 3rd Light Horse Regiment was raised in Adelaide on 17 August 1914. Although most of its recruits were enlisted in South Australia, one of the regiment's three squadrons was composed of Tasmanians. Rupert was one and was raised and trained in Hobart. They sailed from their home ports in late October 1914 and arrived in Egypt in the second week of December. There, they joined the 1st and 2nd Regiments to form the 1st Light Horse Brigade. The ANZAC Mounted Division also served from March 1916 as part of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, taking part in the Sinai and Palestinian Campaign until the end of the war. Rivermount College Relationship: Granddaughter Mrs Angela Baker-Gillies (Teacher) Junior School News Year 2 Excursion to the Beenleigh Historical Village Thursday 12 March The Year 2 cohort had a fantastic day out exploring the Beenleigh Historical Village on Thursday 12 March. We have been learning about the changes to our local community in our History lessons this term. The Beenleigh Historical Village had wonderful volunteers to demonstrate changes to household duties, wood cutting, the old Loganholme School House and our fire station. Our class wanted to share some of their recounts with you. Torie Alder Year 2 Teacher Student Reflections On Thursday, 12 March our class went to the Beenleigh Historical Village. At the village we went to the school house. We also went to see the wood chopper. I did like to seeing the washing demonstration. My favourite part was at the end when we got to explore the village. When I was there I wanted to go to the church. I did not get to the church in the end because the bus was leaving. By Fletcher Morris 2A On Thursday, 12 March our class went to the Beenleigh Historical Village. At the village we saw heaps of dolls, measuring things and washing. My favourite part was the fire truck. It was so cool when we all got to have a turn at pressing the siren! By Boston Musgrave 2A On Thursday, 12 March our class went to the Beenleigh Historical Village. At the village we went to the old school and learnt how to wash in the olden days. We learnt how to cut wood too. My favourite part was the old classroom. I liked it when the teacher pretended to hit Beau with the cane. By Ashlyn Kennedy 2A Year 2 Excursion to Beenleigh Historical Centre Important Dates to Remember More information can be obtained from Parent Lounge and the College App Friday 20 March Assembly Year 4 to Year 6 in The Junior Undercover Area at 9:15am to 10:00am Assembly Year 7 to Year 12 in The Colin Young Community Centre at 11:55am to 12:55pm Assembly Prep to Year 3 in The Junior Undercover Area at 2:30pm to 3:00pm Australian Futsal School Title Finals for Year 7 to Year 12 Year 7 Creative Writing Skills at Somerset College Year 8 Camp to Moreton Island return approx. 6:00pm Saturday 21 March TAS Round 7 Rivermount College v Faith Lutheran, Plainland at Rivermount and various other venues JTAS Round 7 Monday 23 March In2Cricket from 16/2 to 30/3 at 3:30pm to 4:30pm Tuesday 24 March Year 11 Drama Excursion “The 7 Stages of Grieving” Performance at South Brisbane Year 12 QCS MC Practice JTAS Training Wednesday 25 March Year 9 to Year 12 Music, Dance and Drama “Wicked” Excursion Year 8 Humanities “Living History” in The Colin Young Community Centre TAS GBC Training Year 9 Tour Information Night at 7:00pm Year 9 QDU Debating tonight at St Laurence’s College, at 6:15pm Year 8 QDU Debating at Mansfield State High School (tonight’s time to be advised) Thursday 26 March Indigenous Cultural Day – River Dream Festival – Bullun Bareibunn Festival Viva Soccer from 19/2 to 2/4 at 3:30pm to 4:30pm Friday 27 March All College Charity Event Free Dress for Vanuatu Principal’s Award Assembly Prep to Year 12 in The Colin Young Community Centre at 11:55am Absentee Phone Line (07) 3287 0099 Community News The Next Step Survey The Queensland Government is conducting its annual statewide survey of all students who completed Year 12 in 2014. The Next Step survey is a brief, confidential survey that gains a comprehensive picture of the employment, study and life choices made by Queensland school completers in the year after they finish Year 12. Between March and June, all our students who completed Year 12 last year can expect to receive instructions to complete a web-based survey or a telephone call from the Queensland Government Statistician’s Office to complete the survey. Please encourage them to take part. If their contact details have changed, please assist the interviewer with their updated details or forward the survey to their new address so they can participate. Thank you for your support of the Next Step survey in 2015. Further information on Next Step is available online at www.education.qld.gov.au/nextstep/ or on toll free telephone 1800 068 587. Surfers Paradise Festival April 3 to 18 Coming up shortly in Surfers Paradise is our sixth annual Surfers Paradise Festival! It’s our favourite time of the year when we celebrate the fun-loving, care-free buzz of Surfers Paradise with loads of FREE family fun! This year's festival features food, art, music, and entertainment in the precinct, with an action-packed program guaranteed to suit the whole family. Returning to the festival will be some our Festival favourites – The Australian Street Entertainment Championships, SIPFest short film festival, and the everpopular Seafire Fireworks Challenge, plus a new addition the Festival Pavilion. For more information, visit our website http://www.surfersparadise.com/whats-on/free-events/surfersparadise-festival Kiah Park - Horse Riding Camps 7 Day Camp Dates 4 to 11 April and 11 to 18 April Day trips available on Mondays and Tuesdays Riding Camps are for children 6 years – teens and all riding abilities are catered for. Camp includes full accommodation and each child is given the privilege of caring for, riding, and getting to know their very own horse. There are arena lessons, trail rides twice a day, a gymkhana and fun night activities. Children enjoy a very happy, healthy outdoor holiday with the opportunity to develop independence and create lifelong friendships and memories. For more information please contact us… Phone: 5486 6166 Email: [email protected] Website: www.kiahpark.com.au Facebook: www.facebook.com/KiahPark1 RIVERMOUNT Thursday 19 March 2015 FROM THE SPORTS MANAGER Key Dates Trimester 1 This Saturday 19 March is the last round of the regular season of Trimester 1 sport and many of our teams are still vying for places in the finals. Most of our teams are at home on Saturday, however, there are a couple of exceptions, so please check the details carefully. 21 March Finals will take place at The Springfield Anglican College on Saturday 28 March and we hope that many of our teams will feature in the winner takes all season finale. Go RMC! Yours in sport Andy Knapper Director of Sport Middle and Senior School Swimming Age Championships Middle and Senior School Swimming Age Championships The Middle and Senior School Swimming Age Championships took place at The Southport School on Monday 9 March 2015. The event attracted the interest of some very keen swimmers from within the College, many of whom will go on to compete at the Greater Brisbane Conference Swimming Carnival on Thursday 31 March. Congratulations to our Age Champions (please see attached flyer) and thank you to the staff and parents that supported the event. GBC Round 7 – Faith Lutheran College Plainland (Home) GBC Finals – The Springfield Anglican College GBC Swimming Championships 28 March 31 March TAS GBC - ROUND 6 RESULTS: Saturday 14 March 2015 Cricket First XI Year 10/9 Year 8/7 Result RMC 3/92 RMC 7/61 RMC 5/50 Volleyball Firsts Seconds Gold Seconds Green Year 9 Year 8 Year 7 Result RMC 3 Redlands 0 Redlands Forfeit Bye RMC 2 TSAC Red 1 RMC 3 Redlands 0 Redlands Forfeit Tennis Firsts Seconds Year 9 Year 8 Year 7 Result RMC 6/36 Redlands 0/8 RMC 5/31 Redlands 1/9 RMC 4/31 Redlands 2/15 Redlands Forfeit RMC 6/36 Redlands 0/1 Basketball Firsts Gold Firsts Green Seconds Gold Seconds Green Year 9 Gold Year 9 Green Year 8 Year 7 Result Bye RMC 21 Bye RMC 33 RMC 14 RMC 35 RMC 18 RMC 20 Redlands 8/91 Redlands 4/96 Redlands 4/123 TSAC 29 TSAC 8 Plainland 23 Redlands 8 Redlands 21 CHAC 15 Netball Academy Date: 23 March to 11 September Days: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings Time: 6:45am to 8:00am Venue: The Colin Young Community Centre Cost to Participant: $50.00 (includes Singlet and Ball) TAS Andy Knapper – TAS Wet Weather: 3287 0080 Mobile: 0408 679 988 JTAS Mario Collavino – JTAS Wet Weather: 3287 0081 Mobile: 0412 942 095 @rivermountsport JTAS RESULTS: Saturday 14 March 2015 JTAS HOCKEY RMC Basketball Clinic for Term 2 RMC TEAM SCORE OPPOSITION SCORE Year Levels: Year 3 to Year 6 Year 4 Bye Dates: 28 May to 18 June (each Thursday) Year 5 4 Redeemer Lutheran College (1) 9 Time: 3:45pm to 4:45pm Year 6 5 Faith Lutheran College 0 Green Cost: $55.00 (includes ball) Year 6 4 Canterbury College 1 Venue: The Multipurpose Courts Gold Year 5 Hockey The Year 5 Hockey team played well on Saturday. It was a fast paced game and our defence was strong. Vann Partridge played well scoring for our team. Tim Nielson, Tane Holley and Paige Slater were great in defence. Samuel Andersen travelled well with the ball again this week, getting the ball to our goals but unfortunately we weren’t so lucky at scoring. Adam Davis and Madison Coutts brought lots of energy to our side and everyone played their best this week. Redeemer took out the win 7 to 4. Our hockey season has come to an end and we would like to thank all our supporters for cheering us on each week. We have had a fun season and look forward to hockey again next year. Paige Strachan, Katelyn Kubinski, Ruby Rouvray and Tim Nielson Year 5 Hockey Team Members Year 6 Hockey Green On Saturday 14 March, the Rivermount Green Hockey team played Faith Lutheran College at Rasey Park, Brisbane. It was an excellent game and we claimed victory by 5 goals to 0. The whole team played well and with great spirit and enthusiasm. Thanks very much to our coaches and to all of our wonderful supporters. We now look forward to our final match of the season this coming Saturday. Juan Kuncon Team Captain Year 6 Hockey Gold Last Saturday 14 March, the Rivermount Gold Hockey team played Canterbury College at Rasey Park, Brisbane. We came away the winners by 4 goals to 1 in an exciting match. All of the team played well and we are improving our skills every week as we gain more training time and match experience. Our sincere thanks to our coaches and supporters for being there for us and giving us wonderful encouragement. We look forward to our last game of the season this coming Saturday. Holli Owens Team Captain JTAS CRICKET RMC TEAM Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 SCORE 6/56 10/62 8/55 OPPOSITION Ormiston College Blue Faith Lutheran College Faith Lutheran College SCORE 1/96 6/73 4/80 Year 4 Cricket The Year 4 Cricket team played against Ormiston College on Saturday 14 March at rmiston College. The team played valiantly, with best batter of the day awarded to Brett Chambers. Both Max Tiley and Luca Vincent showed effective skills in wicket keeping. It is a pleasure to see the growth and improvement all players are showing as they progress through, in most cases, their first season of cricket. Kath Kirkpatrick Coach South Coast Representatives Over the past few weeks a number of students have attended School Sport South Coast trials and it is pleasing to see so many of our students gain selection. In the pool Annmarie Temo, Cooper Eady, Jamie King and Koen Overton were chosen once again to represent South Coast at the State Championships. College netball players Taylor Hemana, Sarah Masoe, Indira Maradani and Chynna Leota gained selection in the Under 15 and Under 19 teams with Year 7 student Abbey Rose Toms gaining a place in the Under 12 team. Congratulations to Anthony Lorimer, who has been selected in the South Coast Under 15 AFL representative team. Many students trial for district, regional and state in many sports and are not selected. Few are selected into the regional teams and some become shadow players. The shadow players participate in all the trainings but only compete in the final competition if a team member is injured or unable to attend, a big committment. Congratulations to Rielly O’Connor for making shadow player in Under 19 Volleyball. RMC Equestrian News On Saturday 28 February 2015, Canterbury College hosted the first Interschool Equestrian competition for the year. I attended this event with my horse Andalucia Montmorillonite (Chester) along with Maci Cottrell and her horse Reflections Charm (Romeo). It was a well organised event with several schools in attendance. I completed the Secondary Showman class, which consists of a dressage test, show horse workout and led workout. These three phases are scored individually, with an overall score being awarded at the end of the day. I am pleased to report that Chester and I placed 4th overall which is an excellent result considering it was our first attempt at an Interschool event. Our ridden workout scored the highest score of the day, with the judge remarking on the harmonious the partnership between horse and rider. Maci and Romeo scored the highest dressage score of the day and were on track to an unbeatable score when Romeo’s inexperience got the better of him and they were forced to retire early. Romeo is only 5 and this competition was one of his first outings. He and Maci are going to be a force to be reckoned with in the coming months! This competition was the first of many to come this year with the Interschool calendar providing a number of events for us to attend and fly the flag for Rivermount College. Both Maci and I look forward to a successful year! Bailey Grofski Year 11 Student Michael Sprints Into The Medals Rivermount College Year 12 student Michael Thompson recently represented Queensland at the National Kayak Sprint Championships in Sydney. Michael produced some outstanding results as part of a K4 crew that won three Bronze Medals in the K4 1000m, 500m and 200m sprint races. He narrowly missed a 4th Bronze by 0.3 of a second in a tightly contested K2 200m sprint. His time of 38.07 seconds is a personal best. Overall Michael qualified for finals in 8 of his 9 events and was able to set personal bests in his K1 200m, K2 200m and K1 500m events. Michael now moves into the Queensland/Northern NSW Marathon series where he will be competing in the Under 18 age group and racing up to 18 kilometres in distance. @rivermountsport U12 Male First: Second: Third: Liam Webster Billy deLoryn Nil U12 Female First: Amity Dilger Second: Breanna Harwood Third: Nil U13 Male First: Second: Third: Kent Wood Flynn Wolsey Ryan Kelly U13 Female First: Jordan Davis Second: Jemma Pettifer Third: Chelsea Huth U14 Male First: Second: Third: Coen Rankmore Darcy Lonergan Hunter Eady U14 Female First: Jacqulyn Smallacombe Second: Samantha Pettifer Third: Sierra Webb U15 Male First: Second: Third: Koen Overton Jack Andersen Liam Pooley U15 Female First: Sarah Kelly Second: Zoey-Lee Partridge Third: Maci Cottrell U16 Male First: Second: Third: Cooper Eady Jamie King Guy Rayfield U16 Female First: Laura Strong Second: Sarah Fuller Third: Danielle Kingston U17/18 Male First: Max Rayfield Second: Reilly O'Connor Third: Jack Griffith U17/18 Female First: Annmarie Temo Second: Stefanie Woodhouse Third: Hannnah Lonergan SATURDAY 21 MARCH 2015 Rivermount v Faith Lutheran College, Plainland and Sheldon College VOLLEYBALL RIVERMOUNT Firsts Seconds RMC Gold Seconds RMC Green Year 9 Year 8 Year 7 CRICKET RIVERMOUNT First XI Year 9 and 10 Year 7 and 8 TENNIS BASKETBALL RIVERMOUNT Firsts Seconds Year 9 Year 8 Year 7 RIVERMOUNT Firsts RMC Green Firsts RMC Gold Seconds RMC Green Seconds RMC Gold Year 9 Green Year 9 Gold Year 8 Year 7 VENUE The Colin Young Community Centre The Colin Young Community Centre Sheldon College Events Centre The Colin Young Community Centre The Colin Young Community Centre The Colin Young Community Centre VENUE Laidley SHS, Alfred Street, Laidley Rivermount College Small Oval Rivermount College Small Oval VENUE OPPOSITION RMC Gold TIME 9:30am RMC 1sts 9:30am Sheldon 8:00am Faith Plainland 8:30am RMC Year 7 8:30am RMC Year 8 8:30am TIME 8:30am State Tennis Centre Tennyson RMC Multipurpose Courts RMC Multipurpose Courts VENUE RMC Multipurpose Courts Bye RMC Multipurpose Courts OPPOSITION Faith Plainland Faith Plainland Faith Plainland OPPOSITION Bye Faith Plainland Faith Plainland Faith Plainland Faith Plainland OPPOSITION Faith Plainland Bye Faith Plainland TIME Bye 8:00am 8:00am 8:30am 8:30am TIME 9:30am Bye 8:30am Bye Bye Bye RMC Multipurpose Courts RMC Gold RMC Green Bye Faith Plainland Wednesday RMC Multipurpose Courts Bye RMC Multipurpose Courts 8:30am 8:30am Wednesday Bye 8:30am Address Details: Laidley State High School, Alfred Street, Laidley State Tennis Centre, 190 King Arthur Terrace, Tennyson Sheldon College, Gate 1, 1 Taylor Rd, Thornlands @rivermountsport TAS CONTACT: Andy Knapper Wet Weather: 3287 0080 / Mobile: 0408 679 988 SATURDAY 21 MARCH 2015 Wet Weather: 3287 0081 (updated after 6:45am if required) RMC TEAM OPPOSITION VENUE TIME Year 4 Redeemer Lutheran College 10:30am Year 5 Ormiston College Year 6 St John’s Anglican College Redeemer Lutheran College Fred Davy Oval 745 Rochedale Road, Rochedale Gate 3 UBD Map 222 E2 Ormiston College 97 Dundas Street Ormiston Cricket Field 2 UBD Map 185 F11 St John’s Anglican Primary Campus Cnr Forest Lake Blvd and Alpine Plce, Forest Lake Oval UBC Map 218 D14 RMC TEAM OPPOSITION VENUE TIME Year 4 West Moreton Anglican College Navy Bye Rasey Park Field 8 Bye 10:00am The Springfield Anglican College Rasey Park Field 4 Rasey Park Field 4 8:00am Year 5 Year 6 Green Year 6 Gold Cannon Hill Anglican College Red 8:00am 8:00am Bye 9:00am Hockey All Hockey matches will be played at Rasey Park, Butterfield Street, Herston. Parking is also available at Downey Park, Windsor (at the corner of Green Terrace and Downey Street) with bridge access across the creek to Rasey Park. UBD 139 N20 A reminder to ALL students competing in JTAS competitions: Correct team uniform is required. No House shirts are permitted to be worn for games. Only RMC shorts are allowed. Please arrive at your venue no later than 30 minutes prior to the allocated start time.
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