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2015 State Swimming Finals

State Swimming FinalsJudd State SwimmingCongratulations to Echuca College students who took part in the 2015 State Swimming Championships (School Sport Victoria) at MSAC. We had some great results in the individual events, with Luke Judd coming 4th in his 200m Freestyle with a fantastic five second personal best (2:14.69). He then went on to get Silver in the 50m Butterfly (27.94 PB) and Bronze in the 50m Freestyle (26.90 PB). Lara Judd received Bronze in the 50m Breaststroke (39.42). Kyle Scott came 5th in the 50m Breaststroke (35.15).

All three students swam personal best times and their hard work and dedication has been rewarded with magnificent results.  

VET Public Safety

Jack Spence hose1During 2015 all Year 10 students will participate in the VETis Public Safety Course for one semester. This Course offers many opportunities for students and is an exciting inclusion into the Year 10 curriculum. The Public Safety course will be focussing on Firefighting Operations, students completed their first practical component this term.

Participants achieving this qualification will develop skills and knowledge in;
• How to operate independently, adapting and transferring skills and knowledge to new environments and applying effective response tactics to specific emergencies
• Work effectively in a team and as an individual
• Participate in a wide range of rescue operations providing emergency care.

All Year 10 students participating in VET Public Safety have two important assessment days they must attend, these are the 22nd of May and the 9th of June, attendance at these days is compulsory in order to achieve a successful completion of the certificate.  All other Year 10 students will be participating in VET Public Safety next semester. 

2015 Lawn Bowls

IMG 0606Our Lawn Bowls team travelled to Bendigo to compete in the Loddon Mallee Competition.  Our team was very competitive and demonstrated excellents skills throughout the day.


Round 1 - bye

Round 2 - Vs Catholic College Bendigo 1 - lost 7 to 6

Round 3 - Vs Crusoe 2 - won 10 to 5

Round 4 - Vs Catholic College Bendigo 4 - won 10 to 1

Round 5 - Vs Bendigo Secondary Senior College - won 9 to 3

Echuca College ended up finishing 2nd in Pool B, and the team that beat us 7 to 6 in the last end of the first match played off in the final. All 3 of the boys had some magic moments, and played really well all day.

Thank you to Steve Robinson for taking the team to Bendigo.