St Paul’s Swim Team wins SEISA Swimming
Continuing a long tradition, St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School Swim team won the 2022 SEISA Swimming Carnival at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
The St Paul’s Swim team competed against the best swimmers from Gippsland from other SEISA member schools Beaconhills Pakenham, Beaconhills Berwick, Newhaven College and Gippsland Grammar, and included both Junior and Secondary students from the school’s Warragul and Traralgon Campuses.
Individual age group champions on the day were: U13B Brody, U14B Corbin, U14G Chloe, U16G Mollie, U16B Ashley, U17B Josh, U17G Molly, U21B Jordyn and U21G Abby.
SEISA is a group of independent schools that organise interschool co-curricular events in sport and cultural fields.
The SEISA Swimming Carnival is an excellent opportunity for kids to bond with their peers, make new friends from other schools, and improve their overall wellbeing while pursuing their swimming potential.
The 2022 Dux of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is Xavier Haberl of Traralgon who received an ATAR of 99.5.
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