State selection for talented quartetPosted in on Wednesday, 28 June, 2017
Year 10 student, Bronte O’Kane has been selected for the Calisthenics Association of Western Australia’s (CAWA) Intermediate State Team 2017. She will be competing in the Australian Calisthenic Federation’s 29th National Championships at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Sydney next month. The team members have committed themselves to many ...
Undermanned side finishes season with a winPosted in on Wednesday, 21 June, 2017
Junior Boys' Football
Round 6 - MCC 11.6 (72) d Kolbe 5.1 (31)
An undermanned MCC team went to Kolbe in search of their fourth victory for the season. The players wore black armbands in memory of Chris Chandler's passing and used the strength he showed in life as motivation to be ...
Nail-biting finale to Senior Boys’ footballPosted in on Wednesday, 21 June, 2017
First XVIII Football
Elimination Final - MCC 7.4 (46) lost to Mazenod 8.13 (61). (Extra time result after full-time draw MCC 7.3 (45) & Mazenod 6.9 (45)
The Maroon and Gold travelled to the hills to play an elimination final against a Mazenod team who finished unbeaten at the top of the ...
MCC impressive at Inter-School Cross Country eventPosted in on Monday, 19 June, 2017
The 2017 ACC Inter-School Cross Country Carnival was treated to perfect running conditions and Mandurah Catholic College competitors took full advantage of the perfect weather, weighing in with very impressive performances that resulted in finishing 18th overall in a field of 71 schools.
A squad of 70 MCC competitors tested their ...
Resounding victory for Junior footballersPosted in on Friday, 12 May, 2017
Round 1: MCC 12.8 80 def. Frederick Irwin 1.0 (6)
Junior Boys' football kicked off on a sunny afternoon at Freddie's with a strong team fielded for our first hit out.
It didn't take the boys long to hit the scoreboard and this trend continued throughout the first half, with run and ...
First XVIII – Lessons learnt from two lossesPosted in on Friday, 12 May, 2017
Round 1: MCC 6.2 (38) lost to CBC 8.10 (58)
Five Things We Learnt
We Started Slow - Allowed CBC to get on top early and kick the first four goals, which proved costly when you go down by 20 points.
Our Defenders Got A Good Workout - CBC had 18 scoring shots ...
Spirits high despite soccer lossPosted in on Friday, 12 May, 2017
The MCC Senior Soccer team was faced with the hard task of hosting South Coast Baptist Soccer Specialist School in its opening group game of 2017. Coach Richard Lacey made several changes from last year’s debacle of a campaign and presented 10 players with their chance to debut for the ...
Dominance on the court wins berth in elimination roundPosted in on Friday, 7 April, 2017
One-Two Finish for First V Basketballers
First V Basketball was in full swing at the Mike Barnett Stadium on Wednesday, with more than a dozen schools competing for the right to progress to the elimination stage of the competition.
Traditionally, MCC has performed well on the back of what is usually a ...
First outing for Rugby SevensPosted in on Friday, 7 April, 2017
Junior Boys' Team
The Year 7 Boys' Rugby team's first outing this season was the Rugby WA seven-a-side Rugby tournament at the UWA Rugby Club grounds in Perth.
Two squads of 11 players each played four games apiece against the likes of CBC Fremantle, Thornlie and Churchlands Secondary Schools and Aranmore College. ...
Historic finish for First XIPosted in on Friday, 7 April, 2017
MCC at the Semi–Finals
Last Wednesday the First XI headed up to Kewdale to compete in the semi-finals of the Graeme Wood Shield Twenty20 competition. After successfully qualifying for the semi-finals for the first time the boys were confident that we could take it right up to the best teams and ...