Congratulations to Mercy College for winning the ACC G division swimming carnival today at HBF Stadium.
It was a long time in the making, but this is the first time Mercy College have won an ACC Swimming Championship since 2007. With a performance like today, I am sure they won’t be waiting as long for their next win!. Well done to all the schools and students on today’s performances.
We also had our first ACC record of 2021 broken in the pool today. Congratulations to Jacob Hale of John Wollaston ACS posting a 24.58 in the Boys U19 Fresstyle.
All the results from today’s G Division Swimming Carnival are available on the ACC web site:
Previous year’s results can sometimes be stored in web cache and you may need to refresh the file to open the current results.
Overall team results and Age Champions will be published in the West Australian newspaper in the brief sports section.
It is ACC carnival policy that results are not final until three working days after the carnival. Within this period schools are asked to scrutinize all the results and report any errors/disputes to the ACC office. The ACC will investigate all disputes and if valid, results will be changed accordingly.
Age Champions, All Star Team & Record breakers
The ACC does not announce age championship winners at the carnivals. Championship winners are posted on the web site results after the carnival and will receive a certificate of acknowledgment. Following the series of carnivals, the ACC will compare all results and select an honorary All Star team of the best performers in each event across all carnival divisions. Students selected in the All Star team will receive a certificate and badge of acknowledgment from the ACC. Any student that sets or equals a record at an ACC carnival will also be presented with a certificate of acknowledgement after the carnivals.
Thank you to all schools for their participation in the carnival.
ACC G Division Swimming Combined Aggregate Mercy 681 St Joseph’s N 642 Holy Cross 622 John Wollaston 617 Aranmore 597 Rehoboth 585 St Joseph’s A 552 South Coast 496 Boys Aggregate John Wollaston 352 Rehoboth 321 Mercy 320 Holy Cross 319 St Joseph’s A 301 Aranmore 283 St Joseph’s N 273 South Coast 220 Girls Aggregate St Joseph’s N 369 Mercy 361 Aranmore 314 Holy Cross 303 South Coast 276 John Wollaston 265 Rehoboth 264 St Joseph’s A 251 Age Champions Girls Open Kayla Bongers (Rehoboth) Charlotte Beard (South Coast) Boys Open Jacob Hale (John Wollaston) U/15 Girls Reese Hancock (John Wollaston) U/15 Boys Blair Louis (John Wollaston) Aberly Arianto (Rehoboth) U/14 Girls Georgia Van Den Berg (John Wollaston) U/14 Boys Jorden Friesema (Mercy) U/13 Girls Lorraine Kiiyukia (Mercy) Abby Blizard (South Coast) U/13 Boys Thomas Gregory (Aranmore) New Record Jacob Hale (John Wollaston) U19 50m Freestyle 24.58