Hunters Hill Physical Culture Club say they’ve enjoyed a bumper year in 2013 – producing four State individual title winners at the State Grand Finals in Sydney Town Hall.
A highlight of the club’s success was its record 24 members participating in the finals last November.
Hunters Hill Club’s four individual State champions were Sarah O’Sullivan – 8 Years; Rosie Walburn – 9 Years; Melanie Pride – Intermediate Seniors and Club Instructress/founder Kate O’Sullivan – Advanced Ladies.
On the team front, the club continued its success winning zone championships in the 7-8 Years, 9-10 Years, 11-12 Years, 1st Year Ladies and 2nd Year Ladies groups.
The club has appointed a new teacher in Emma Davey, who’ll take on responsibility for the club’s 3, 4, 5 and 6 year age groups.
Emma is part of the club’s Elite Open Senior group and has been an assistant teacher with the club for three years.
As a primary school teacher, Emma brings practical experience and formal qualifications to the role and outside of physi she is a proven netball coach, winning back-to-back State age championships with the Eastwood Ryde Netball Association’s U/15 and U/14 teams respectively.
The appointment of Emma coincides with the school’s new junior teacher recruitment drive.
She is hoping to build the junior numbers for the club, particularly in the 3-4 year old age group.
Hunters Hill Physi holds its classes at the (air-conditioned) Villa Maria parish hall each Monday and Thursday for 3-yearolds through to Ladies.
New term starts Monday February 10. New members welcome. Inquiries to Kate O’Sullivan 0412 007 204 or www.physi.net.
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