Esperance Anglican Community School represented well at Country Week

Esperance Anglican Community Schools students competed in Country Week in a range of activities. 

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Physical Education specialist Laura Thompson said the dance participants travelled to the Kings Street Art Centre each day and worked with professionals in the dance field learning short choreography in the styles of contemporary, flamenco and ‘Krump’.

“After four days of intensive work-shopping, 12 teams performed their learnt routines at the WA Academy of Performing Arts and were awarded points based on the whole weeks participation,” she said.

Ms Thompson said the boys soccer team scored plenty of shots on goal and the defense worked hard. 

Overall they finished fifth in the D Grade division.

The girls netball team lost their first game by two goals.

“On the following three days the girls combined well winning all six games which allowed them to move into the grand final,” she said. 

The team lost to Bullsbrook by five goals, with Tylah Kennedy the MVP and Zowie Fiegert the runner-up MVP.

Ms Thompson said the boys basketball team had a great week with a few wins placing them in the fight for third in the final.

“Unfortunately they went down by only a few points and came fourth overall,” she said. 

The MVP was Tyler Berry, with Hayden Fiegert the runner-up.