Caulfield Girls for the Win(s)!
With the rising prominence and popularity of female sport, like the Women’s AFL, the girls at Caulfield Grammar School wanted to get in on the action.
Competing in the Associated Public Schools competitions, the girls have brought home 6 premiership trophies!
This feat, unmatched by the boys’ teams (who did win the swimming championship!) and any other school in the competition, has been earned off the back of a lot of hard work from the girls, and plenty of support from coaches, the school and families.
The girls took the APS premierships in basketball, netball, swimming, soft ball and water polo, as well as the AFL championship trophy.
Participating in these teams, and these wins, has meant so much to the girls and will be memories and experiences they take with them for the rest of their lives.
“Our season was one we will never forget, having a group of girls who were not only immensely talented, but also the most lovely, respectful and kind-hearted people. To my girls; you all sacrificed so much of your time, some to play only limited minutes, and your dedication and loyalty to the team is indescribable. I am so proud of the way every girl held herself throughout the season,” said basketball team captain, Stephanie Clarkson.
The teams are made up of girls from a variety of year levels and from both our Caulfield Campus and Wheelers Hill Campus.
Congratulations to the girls, their coaches and families. Sport, especially team sport, is an important part of life at Caulfield Grammar and we’re proud of the girls and their involvement.