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 ...
First XI progress to finals with thrilling one run winPosted in on Wednesday, 15 March, 2017
Graeme Wood Shield Twenty20 Competition
(Years 10-12 students from throughout Western Australia)
Game 4: MCC vs Mt Lawley Senior High
After winning through the local group stage against other Peel regional schools, the MCC First XI went on their first significant road trip of the competition, heading up to Perth to play against ...
Inter-House Swim Carnival – House reportsPosted in on Wednesday, 15 March, 2017
St Bernadette's Win Gold
Once again St Bernadette’s House has won the Inter-House Swim Carnival.
Despite not having the same attendance numbers as the other Houses, Bernie’s brought their best and brightest and really dug deep to come up with the win. The carnival featured a number of fun and unique events, such ...
Strong play with bat and ball boosts First XI finals chancePosted in on Wednesday, 1 March, 2017
Graeme Wood Shield Twenty20 Competition
(Years 10-12 students, schools from throughout Western Australia)
Game 3: MCC vs Halls Head
It was with great anticipation that we turned up to Peelwood Reserve for our final game in the round robin format. With the loss to Frederick Irwin last week we knew we'd need a ...
Penny performs strongly in close clashPosted in on Monday, 27 February, 2017
Graeme Wood Shield Twenty20 competition
(Years 10-12 students, teams from throughout Western Australia)
Match Two: MCC vs Frederick Irwin
The boys arrived at Frederick Irwin’s confident that we could knock them off for the first time in four years.
The opposition won the toss and elected to bat, getting 1 for 45 after ...
Successful start to cricket campaignPosted in on Friday, 24 February, 2017
Graeme Wood Shield Twenty20 competition (Years 10-12 students from schools throughout Western Australia)
The First XI kicked off with the first game of the season against new boys on the block, Comet Bay, who were competing in the 20 over format for the first time.
Reegan Davis won the toss and elected ...
2017 Swimming Championship CarnivalPosted in MCC Sports on Wednesday, 22 February, 2017
Some outstanding results in various age groups were recorded at the 2017 Competitive Swim Carnival held at the Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre last week.
Standout performers included Year 8 students, Finlay Larmour and Ben Hollow, as well as Year 10 students Sophie Vergone, Jasmine Allan and Megan Larmour. The championship ...
Surfing towards successPosted in on Monday, 13 February, 2017
Year 6 student, Toby Jenkins, has been selected to join an elite group of young surfers to hone his skills on the waves.
As a member of the Surfing WA State Talent Squad, Toby will attend specialist camps to learn about diet, body strengthening and conditioning and compete in specialist events.