Toowong’s Stuartholme School Hailed as CaSSSA Cross Country Champions 2018

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After competing against five other Catholic girls’ schools from across Brisbane, Toowong’s Stuartholme School took home the CaSSSA Cross Country championship for the second year.

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Stuartholme School’s Cross Country Team won big in the recently concluded CaSSSA Cross Country championships. The team’s hard work in training with cross country coach Chris Gale paid off as they won win first place in the 17 years, 16 years, 15 years, 14 years, and 13 years age categories and fifth place in the 12 years category.

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Mr Gale couldn’t be more proud as the team wins second place at the Percentage Cup and first place at the Aggregate Cup making them CaSSSA Cross Country 2018 Champions.

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In their annual Cross-Country Launch on Sunday, 25 February 2018, the school was visited by former Olympic marathon runner Steve Moneghetti who also spent time with members of the Stuartholme cross country team during their training session.


Read: Stuartholme School in Toowong Hosts Cross Country Launch with Steve Moneghetti


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Following Stuartholme cross country team’s winnings, Holly Robertson was named as Stuartholme Cross Country Runner of the Year during the Stuartholme Cross Country Presentations.

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Other awards recipients include Ema Stebbins, Harriet Williams, and Grace White who received five-year cross country merit awards.

Truly, the Stuartholme School cross country team has made their coach, school, and most importantly, their parents proud.