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Friday, 23 Aug 2019
Sports
Pioneer Basketball
No games for Friday 23rd August August 26th: Semi-finals! CSIS Magic play Te Kura Pouakai at 3:30 on Court 1 CSIS Spurs play Wildfire 1 at 3:30 on Court 2 CSIS Steelers play Halswell Thunder at 4:30 on Court 1 CSIS Sharks play Prebbleton Pirahnas at 5:30 on Court 1
Basketball Singlets
We will redistribute the basketball singlets on Monday. Please come and see Mr Angus Monday morning to grab your singlet.
Missing P.E Gear
Luca Fear-Ross' P.E gear has been missing since Monday this week. Could you please check that you have not accidentally taken it home with you. If you find Luca's P.E gear, please return to S3.
Orienteering - Canterbury Schools Competition
Do you enjoy running and the challenge of map reading at the same time ? The Canterbury Schools Orienteering Competition is taking place on the weekend of September 14th and 15th in Christchurch. If you are keen to take part as part of the school team sign up under sport on the school website by August 28th. You can compete in one or both days of the competition. Sign up today.
Summer Weekly Sport
If you are interested in participating in summer weekly sport in Term 4, head to the activities registration page to register your interest. Summer weekly sport is held on Tuesday afternoons (similar to winter sport) and will run for 7 weeks. Sports available are touch, futsal, softball, cricket and ultimate frisbee.
Tracksuits
Can all those who represented the school in the 7's, hockey and basketball tournament please return your tracksuit in a named bag asap.

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PALs Netball Competition

This term the P.A.Ls leadership group organised a netball tournament for the Year 7 classes and the Year 8 classes. It was an outstanding competition and very successful. All the classes played fair and in good spirit. Each class had to organise their own team and the tournament was student led. The final winners were: Year 7: N1Year 8: R3They both did very well and showed great sportsmanship and commitment throughout the tournament. The scores from their final games were quite close with R3 beating H2 12-9 and N1 beating S1 14-5.  The winning classes will receive a trophy made in the CSIS Digitech Room and some juicies and chocolate for the students to share. Overall the tournament was a great success and all the students had a great time showing their competitive self while still showing the South Way. Article by Eva MacMillan and Leah Westaway

CAIMS Artistic Gymnastics

On Wednesday 12th June, Ruby Roy, Livia Henderson and Amelia Quinn represented Christchurch South Intermediate at the Canterbury AIMS Artistic Gymnastics Competition. These 3 students represented our school very well and displayed excellent skill and ability. Congratulations to Livia for coming 3rd in the vault and also Ruby for coming 2nd in beam, vault, floor and bar and as a result, finishing 2nd overall against a very competitive field of gymnasts.

Korfball Champions

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