Monday 29 June to Friday 3 July 2020

Due to COVID-19 Country Week has been cancelled for 2020.


 Monday 1 July to Friday 5 July 2019


Day 1


Game 1
The first game of the day came at a disappointing loss to Bullsbrook College, the final score being 12 - 38. The first quarter looked sloppy and their positioning stagnant. The second half looked better from the get go as they were creating space and taking good shots, though in the end their shots weren’t falling in.

3 Kayden Mellow
2 Jake Ogle
1 John Agnew

Game 2
The second game of the day went well with a great win against Newton Moore ESU, the final score 44 - 36. The team executed great skills and good shot selections. Joe Murnane had a great game recording a game high 10 points. The team also showed great team spirit and sportsmanship throughout playing a friendly and fair game.

3 Joe Murnane
2 Callum Greig
1 Jake Ogle


The hockey team got off to a great start in their first game against Geraldton SC with Lachlan Bradshaw scoring a goal in the first few minutes. It then settled into a hard fight with some good shots from both sides. Geraldton eventually ran out winners 4 - 2 as Ag ran out of legs in the second half. Our other goal came from Mackenzie Palmer.


Vs Harvey

1st Set 7-21
2nd Set 9-21

The girls played really well considering it was their first game together as a team. Their communication has improved as well as their commitment to getting those hard to get hits. Team morale will be important to make sure we keep positive and always work on improving throughout the week. Highlight was some nifty punching hits by Katie Kempton and some kicks by the other team.

3 Votes - Ashleigh Dean
2 Votes - Janessa Roser
1 Vote - Pippa May


The first game of the week put our boys up against Bunbury Senior High School, a game that was always going to be tough.

The first half had some good signs with the team focussing on the ball movement. Unfortunately, we were unable to capitalise, registering only a single point in the first half.

The second half started brilliantly, leading to Harry Brown opening the goals for Narrogin. Bunbury then piled on 4 goals to end the game.

Final score:
Bunbury SHS 6.7 37
Narrogin 1.1 7

Some standout players were Caleb Keley, Zane Drage, Brady Trappitt, Tate Barret, Jacob Day, Fred House, Carter and Regan Wilson, and Nic Woodhams.


The girls first game was up against across town rivals Narrogin Senior High School. We were a little slow to start with a few first game jitters but performed well in the second half to claw it back to go down 20 to 41.

Notable players Amy Sounness, René Naudé and Megan Dyson.

Day 2


Vs Manjimup SHS

Where do we start? We needed the boys to deliver the same intent and ferocity as they did yesterday and they delivered in spades. Coaches rules were, man on man across the ground, do not let your opponent get an easy ball out the back of the contest and the forward line must at all costs lock it in with defensive style pressure.

Everything we asked of the boys they delivered. You could tell from the start they wanted to make amends for the first game after only kicking 1 goal and they ended the game with 4.

Caleb Keley started in the ruck with the strong bodied back man turned midfielder Jacob Day in the middle. This was a master stroke from the get go with them getting first hands on the ball on many occasions.

Although we didn’t seem to be getting the rub of the green with the umpire calls we were well and truly in the game at half time with the boys being up at half time.

Half time and we were in it from the start and that green rubbing was starting to take its toll and we gave away a couple of 50m penalties due to the boys’ frustration and that seemed to change the game in the favour of the Manjimup boys.

All round every player played their part with better players being Jacob Day, Caleb Keley and Austin Shotter.


Game 1 
Vs Strathalbyn Christian College

The girls got off to a flying start today with a decisive win over SCC. The team played an excellent defensive game and everyone played their position and roles well, applying offensive pressure which showed on the score board.

Game 2
Vs Busselton Senior High School
17 - 17

The second game the girls came out hard again. Busselton Senior High School team took it to the girls in both halves with the lead changing a number of times. After a hard fought match and loads of pressure from both sides the game ended in a tie.

Great effort all day girls. 
Keep it up!


Vs Tom Price

The boys came up short today with a close loss of 34 - 31. The team looked good from the get go with great communication and passing skills. Lachlan Tulley performed very well knocking down shots and getting back on defence. Unfortunately, in the end the team turned over the ball in crucial minutes and missed the last 2 free throws to tie the game.

Well done boys!

3 Lachlan Tulley
2 Jake Ogle
1 Kayden Mellow


Vs Tom Price - Lost

Set 1 - 21-18
Set 2 - 21-13
Set 3 - 15 -10

A great improvement on our team skills today with everyone working hard on strengthening their techniques. We had some spectators today which was also great for the girls to have a cheer squad. The sideways serve from Darci Campbell was awesome to see and excellent blocking skills at the net by Ashleigh Dean and Pippa May. Massive improvements today with some really positive attitudes towards the game.

3 Votes - Pippa May
2 Votes - Ashleigh Dean
1 Vote - Darci Campbell


Vs WACoA Cunderdin

The hockey team faced off against arch rivals Cunderdin Ag in a high quality game. Narrogin took charge in the first half with two early goals by Harrison Brown and Austin Shotter.

The second half was an even slog with numerous close shots on goal from both sides, however Cunderdin managed to sneak two through to end the game in a draw.

A great team effort!

Day 3


Game 1
Vs Cape Naturaliste College

12 - 39

It was always going to be a hard slog against the top team, Cape Naturaliste College. The team handled the pressure well, putting on a good defensive display. Unfortunately, Cape Naturaliste College were too strong in the end and took the game out. All of the girls tried their hardest and should be commended on their effort.

Game 2
Vs Collie Senior High School

8 - 31

Game two brought us up against Collie Senior High School. We were a fairly well matched team with the girls holding their own defensively. Unfortunately, the score line did not reflect the team’s effort, with many shots not dropping.

We look forward to refreshing the troops tonight and going in to tomorrow positive and recharged.


Game 1 
Vs Mount Barker CC

Set 1 - 21 - 16
Set ‪2 - 18 - 21
Set 3 - 16 - 14

Awesome team spirit by everyone to keep positive especially Darci Campbell with her matching avocado socks and hair scrunchie. Ashleigh Dean, Katie Kempton and Pippa May had some excellent work at the net to block their spikes. Janessa Roser secured our win with some accurate serving.

3 votes - Janessa Roser
2 votes - Darci Campbell
1 votes - Jessica Martin

Game 2 
Vs Northam SHS

Set ‪1 - 11 - 21
Set ‪2 - 8 - 21
Set 3 - 7 - 15

Against the undefeated team from Northam the girls started off really well, but lost some momentum through the game. Ashleigh Dean did well to defend some belter serves from Northam as well as Pippa May at the net.

Hoping to work towards another win tomorrow and getting our team spirit back again.

3 Votes - Ashleigh Dean
2 Votes - Pippa May
1 Vote - Katie Kempton


Vs Esperance Senior High School

1 - 1

The hockey team had another top quality, hard fought match against the top positioned Esperance Senior High School. At the end of the first half the score was still locked at nil all. The second half had plenty of action, but not all good, with two of our students going down to injuries.

Esperance were the first to score in the second half and then late in the game we managed a great goal, despite playing with only ten players, to end the game in a draw.

It was an awesome effort that the whole team should be proud of!

Goal scorer Austin Shotter.


Vs Manea SC

Going against the top team is always a tough ask but the boys attacked the contest hard from the start. Going into the breeze we used our run and spread well, registering 2 goals to 3 in the first half.

The second half saw Caleb Keley and Daniel Schilling perform well in the ruck, giving our midfields plenty of the ball, while Luke Cavanagh was as reliable as always at centre half-back, repelling everything that came his way and laying superb tackles.

Our year 10s were outstanding with Luke Bell locking down his wing and Tim Abbott taking on a ruckman twice his size and forcing him out of the way.


Narrogin 4 5 29
Manea 7 9 51


Vs Esperance Anglican School
39 - 19

Great game by the boys today with a win against Esperance Anglican School 39-19. Jake Ogle had a great game scoring a game high 25 points.

The team looked well-polished today hitting their targets, making high percentage shots and getting back on defence.

Well done boys, great win!

3 Jake Ogle
2 Lachlan Tulley 
1 Kayden Mellow

Day 4


It was an early start for Amy Sounness and Jacob Day, our Country Week captains, to attend the leadership breakfast 2019. The morning included guest speakers, breakfast, discussion and activities with other school student leaders and some wheelchair basketball representatives.

The main guest speaker was Brant Garvey, Iron Man.


Game 1
Vs Dalyellup

We predicted a tough day today coming up against some very good competition in Dalyellup. Our very tired and sore team did their best but were beaten convincingly.

Game 2
Vs Harvey Senior High School

The second game proved to be even tougher coming up against Harvey Senior High. The girls had to dig deep with two players out injured and one more sustaining a knee injury during the game. The girls did their best and kept trying to the end but again came away with a loss.


Game 1
Vs WACoA - Harvey
The boys came out firing in today’s first game against WACoA - Harvey with a win 38 - 35. The boys showed great commitment to the team with communication and all round team plays. 
They played great defence locking down the Harvey players and then creating good shots on the offensive end. John had a great game controlling the offence and working back hard on defence.

Great game boys!

3 John
2 Jake
1 Caleb

Game 2
Vs Central Midlands College
The second game today went well with a win against Central Midlands College 41 -26. Following the first game, the team showed great chemistry and commitment to the team. 
Jake came out firing and scored a game high 31 points. Callum provided the defensive prowess when needed in crucial situations to lock down the opposing players. Looking forward to the finals.

Well done boys!

3 Jake
2 Lachlan
1 Callum

Game 1
Vs WACoA - Denmark

Set 1 - 19 - 21
Set 2 - 17 - 21
Set 3 - 5 - 15

A great game against a fellow Ag School, showing improvements in our game skills each day. Excellent blocking at the net by Pippa May, Ashleigh Dean, Jess Martin and Janessa Roser. 
The girls serving was absolutely outstanding giving the momentum to us during the first and second sets. Narrogin came back a lot in the second set and nearly stole the game back, but in the end WACoA - Denmark were too strong.

3 Votes - Pippa May
2 Votes - Jessica Martin
1 Vote - Ashleigh Dean

Game 2
Vs Denmark SHS

Set 1 - 21 - 20
Set 2 - 17 - 21
Set 3 - 11 - 15

Great start to the game for the girls, starting off with momentum to secure the first set against Denmark SHS with some great team work and ball skills. Again excellent serving from the girls which helped keep the momentum on our side of the score board. 
The second set was very close, with Denmark SHS dropping a player to injury. In the deciding set, Denmark SHS showed some great team work and dedication to secure the win.

3 Votes - Darci Campbell
2 Votes - Katie Kempton
1 Vote - Pippa May


Vs Great Southern Grammar

Wet, wet, wet and after half time wetter.

The game today was great to watch and it’s been a long time since I've seen a ball kicked towards goal just stop dead in the water.
Tate Barrett was outstanding today, he was a one touch player from start to finish and was easily the best player on the ground. Jacob Day again proved to be one of most valuable team members. Other good players today were Tim Abbott, Luke Cavanagh, Kade Bell, Hayden Gibson, James Wasley, Harrison Brown and Carter Wilson. Thanks for Joe Murnane and Kayden Mellow for coming across to help us out.

On a lighter note a special mention must be made for Harrison Brown’s excellent goal umpiring skills first game this morning, it was quite apparent he had been practicing in his sleep.

GSG won 2.2 to our 2 points.

Vs Esperance SHS

Today’s match was cancelled due to the weather conditions with both schools awarded a draw.

Best of luck to all of the college teams, in their finals tomorrow! 

Day 5 (Finals Day)


Vs WACoA - Cunderdin
2 - 1


Vs Albany Senior High School


Vs Denmark Senior High School
8 - 21
21 - 7
6 - 15

Vs WACoA - Harvey

31 - 48


Vs Collie Senior High School
29 - 18

Saint Catherine’s College

Thanks to all of the staff and students for a great Country Week 2019. Your behaviour and sportsmanship shown is something you should all be very proud of. Well done!

Special thanks to Jacob Day and Amy Sounness, our captains, for being the MC’s tonight, great job!

Most Valuable Player - Jake Ogle
Coaches Award - Lachlan Tulley

Most Valuable Player - Pippa May
Coaches Award - Ashleigh Dean

Most Valuable Player - Amy Sounness
Coaches Award - Megan Dyson

Most Valuable Player - Lucy Ward
Coaches Award - Lachlan Bradshaw & Caleb Dewing

Most Valuable Player - Jacob Day
Coaches Award - Luke Cavanagh



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