Kaleb Serafin and Mary Dal Broi have been flying St Patrick's Catholic Primary School's flag in various sports so far this year with great success.
Nine-year-old Mary Dal Broi loves running and is a quiet achiever who gives her best with a positive competitive attitude to everything she tries.
Mary finished as the Junior Girls Age Champion at the St Patrick's Athletics Carnival. She was then crowned as the Junior Girls Age Champion at the MIA Deanery Carnival and will now head to the Wagga Diocesan Athletics Carnival in Albury at the start of term three.
In March, Mary was the St Patrick's 8/9 Year Girls Cross Country champion, and then in May, she competed in the Wagga Diocesan Cross-Country in Holbrook.
She was again crowned the 8/9 Girls Cross-Country, and from there Mary was selected as a member of the Wagga Diocesan team to run at the MacKillop Cross-Country trials at Eastern Creek in Sydney.
She produced a fantastic run to finish third overall in the 8/9 Year Girls division to come home with a bronze medal. Mary will now return to Eastern Creek at the end of July to run as a member of the MacKillop team at the PSSA Cross-Country event.
Kaleb Serafin has had a fantastic run displaying fabulous rugby skills, whether it be in league or union.
Kaleb competed in the Diocesan Trials in Junee to be selected into the Wagga Diocesan Open Rugby League team. In May he played in Canberra as part of the Diocesan team and then was selected into the Mackillop Open Rugby League team. This team just recently played in Sydney at the PSSA Rugby League trials picking up mixed results.
In March, Kaleb participated in the Year 5/6 Francis Shield Rugby Union Tournament Day held in Griffith as part of the St Patrick's team. In May the Diocesan Trials were held for union and Kaleb was selected into the side alongside Matthew Webb and Harry Morshead. The three boys played in Forbes as part of the Wagga Diocesan Union team with Kaleb being selected into the MacKillop team to play in the PSSA tournament in Sydney at the end of August.
Kaleb also competed in Swimming and Athletics carnivals up to the Wagga Diocesan level. Kaleb placed second in the St Patrick's Senior Boy's Cross-Country and then finished 12th overall at the Diocesan carnival in Holbrook.