Our Good News Story
Sarah & Pete Allison’s daughter Zoe, student of Grade 9 at the Cornish College and school motto “Make a Difference” did make a difference.
Zoe donated Beauy’s soccer jerseys to a student class in Timor
Tim Lake, Design & Technology Teacher and Academic Care Leader - Year 9 presented the soccer jerseys and wrote:
“ For many families it is a struggle just to afford school uniforms let alone having the money for a sports uniform.
As you might expect they were very well received by the school and the students.
Thanks for your generosity and for thinking of supporting our visit and the young people of East Timor and please pass on our thanks to the members of your club.”
Proud to be involved. Well done Zoe.
Beaumaris 6 Bayside Argonauts FC 1
It was an early start for the under 14 girls on Sunday as they prepared for their away game against Glen Eira.
The game got off to a great start with 3 goals from Jade and Chloe and the first half ended 3-1. The girls performed even better during the second half and the team work and skills they showed was incredible. Lucy Allison scored a hat trick bringing the final score to 6-1.
Both the girls and the coaches were extremely proud of how the team performed and walked away with big smiles.
Beaumaris’ U11 Sapphires
Beaumaris’ U11 Sapphires produced their most impressive performance to date with a 3-1 victory over Brighton Foxes on Sunday morning at Dendy Park.
Determined to rectify their 10-1 loss to the Foxes in Round 1, the Beauy Girls started the game strongly by keeping possession.
Despite their early dominance, it was the Foxes who took a 1-0 lead with an early strike on the counter.
After falling behind, the girls rallied together strongly and produced a spirited response when Alice Shaw’s brilliant solo run was topped off with a strike into the bottom corner of the goal.
Shortly after the Sapphires would take the lead when Saskia Creelman’s effort, like Alice’s, hit the bottom corner from range.
With a 2-1 lead at the half-time break, Coach Yana Kyparisis encouraged her girls to maintain possession and punish the Foxes when moving forwards.
Much like the first period, the Sapphires were dominant in the second-half and were rewarded for their efforts when Alice Shaw secured her brace and the come-from-behind victory against local rivals Brighton.
In their most impressive team performance for the season, every team member was exceptional in fulfilling their role and securing the three points.
BIG THANK YOU to BC Dental. Make sure you ‘floss' every day!!
Our girls come out on top in local derby
Round 2 had Beaumaris playing local rivals Bayside Argonauts on Sunday, with only a few streets and a golf course separating the teams. The geography is similar to that of EPL rivals Liverpool and Everton.
Both teams were coming off Round1 wins and matched up well on a perfect Autumn afternoon. In what was a very even first half the teams went in at the break level at 0-0. However the half time team talk and the oranges seem to do the trick for Beaumaris, with the girls playing some wonderful team football and running out 4-0 winners on the day.
An overall superb team performance from all the girls, with everyone playing their part both on and off the field.
Cate Robinson was presented with her first match ball after bagging all 4 goals for Beaumaris, in a 4-0 win over the Argonauts on Sunday
First game of the season away at Mt Martha won 2-0