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Rockhampton Girls Grammar School Sporting Spotlight: District Cross Country, Interschool Rugby League and Individual Stars!

Rockhampton and District Cross Country

The track was alive with the sound of pounding feet and the determined spirit of our young athletes as Rockhampton District hosted its annual 10-19 Years Cross Country Trials. With 25 talented Girls Grammar athletes competing, the competition was fierce, and the energy palpable.

Amidst the excitement, eight exceptional Girls Grammar runners rose to the top, showcasing not only their speed but also their endurance and commitment. These extraordinary athletes secured their spots in the limelight by placing within the top six, earning the honour to represent Rockhampton District at the forthcoming Capricornia Trials on 4 June. Special congratulations go to medal winners Ruby, Eleanor and Rose for top three finishes in their respective age groups.

Isla Burridge 12 Years 5th place

Rose Brandon 13 Years 3rd place

Lacey Hanrahan 13 Years 5th place

Ruby Bell 14 Years 2nd place

Eleanor Wilson 14 Years 3rd place

Ryleigh Walton 15 Years 6th place

Alissa Fort 16 Years 4th place

Catherine Wiltshire 16 Years 5th place

Makenzi Cullen 16 Years 7th place (1st reserve)

These young ladies have not only demonstrated their individual prowess but have also exemplified the collective strength of our Girls Grammar cross country talent. Their dedication to training and their passion for the sport have set a shining example for their peers.

As they prepare to compete at the Capricornia Trials, may their determination and skill lead them to further success, both on the track and beyond. We are all behind you…Go, Girls!


Interschool Rugby League

In a thrilling display of talent and determination, the Girls Grammar Open team has firmly secured its place at the top of the ladder in the Girls Interschool Rugby League Competition. With two wins and a draw under their belts, our girls are making waves in their debut year in the competition.

From the first kick off to the final whistle, the Girls Grammar team has showcased not only their exceptional skill but also their unwavering resolve to compete with the best teams from our district. Their performance on the field has been nothing short of inspiring, leaving spectators in awe and opponents in their wake.

This inaugural participation in the competition has proven to be a milestone for our school, highlighting the depth of talent and the commitment of our female athletes. With each match, our girls continue to raise the bar.

Let us unite in cheering on our Girls Grammar Open team as they strive for victory in the remaining matches of the season. May their passion for the game and their unyielding spirit propel them to even greater heights, solidifying their place as true champions on and off the field. Go, Girls Grammar!


Girls Grammar Sports Stars doing Big Things:

Queensland Netball Selection

Hard work and determination have paid off for Ellie-Mai Brandenburg being named in the Queensland Secondary Schools 16-19 Years Netball Team after her exceptional performance at the State Titles on the Sunshine Coast at the end of April.

Ellie-Mai, also a member of the Girls Grammar QISSN team, has worked exceptionally hard over the last 12 months developing her individual fitness and skills. She is a wonderful role model for younger students and gives back to our club netball program coaching junior teams.

While there isn’t a National Titles to represent her state, as a part of her selection, Ellie-Mai will participate in Queensland Training Camps and will have access to the best coaches and professional players in the state to further develop her skills. Well Done!


PNG Squad Selection

Ralema Genaia, another of the Girls Grammar QISSN team members, was selected in the PNG National U21 Netball Squad. Ralema participated in a selection camp in Port Moresby in an effort to gain final selection in the PNG team to attend the World Youth Games in September. We are eagerly awaiting the final team announcement in June. Good luck for final selections!


Olympic Swimming Trials

Saphron Davis and Taylor Brock attended the National Age Swimming Championships and after a successful campaign, Saphron Davis has been selected to attend the Australian National Swimming Trials for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games in the 100m Butterfly. Amazing work Saphron!


Representative Selections

Congratulations to Jasmine Beck, Calli McRae and Miss Harwood on their recent Capricornia selections.

Calli represented Capricornia at the State Water Polo Titles at the start of May in Brisbane, with Miss Harwood selected as coach for the Capricornia team.

Jasmine will head to Cairns for the State Hockey Titles in June. Good luck!

Greta Doherty

Director of Sport




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