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Archie Mattsson

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Archie Mattsson[edit]

Archie Mattsson is a multi-sport athlete who competes in Running.[1], Triathlon[2], Cricket[3], and Australian Rules Football[4]. He trains in Melbourne, Victoria and represents Victoria in national competitions. Archie has also competed in swimming, T-Ball[5], futsal, cycling[6], and basketball[7].

Running[edit]

Archie started running when he was 10 years old and won school cross country, a 2 kilometre race at Holloway Road Reserve. He qualified for the Bayside District Cross Country Championships 2017 where he finished in 12th place. In the school Athletics Carnival, Mattsson won the 100 and 200 metre events, along with the 800 metres. Due to unforeseen complications, he could not race the 800 metres, instead racing in the 100 and 200 metre events in the Bayside District Primary Athletics Championships. He finished 4th in both events. In those championships, he also raced in the 4 x 100m relay, where he finished in 4th place. The next year, Mattsson regained his school cross country title for the second year running with 1st place. That qualified him for the Bayside District Cross Country Championships 2018 where he finished in 3rd place. That qualified him for the Kingston Division Cross Country Championships 2018 2 kilometre race at Cornish College[8]. He finished 16th with a time of 8:19[9] and failed to qualify for the Region Championships. In 2019, Mattsson won school cross country for the third year running, qualifying him yet again for the 2019 Bayside District Cross Country Championships. This was his 'breakthrough' race, securing his first victory. This immediately qualified him for the 2019 Kingston Division Cross Country Championships, where he finished in 7th place[10]. Finishing 7th, he progressed through to the 2019 Southern Metropolitan Region Cross Country Championships in Hastings, where he finished in 34th place with a time of 11:24.8[11], failing to qualify for the state championships. Meanwhile in the school athletics carnival, he won both the 800 and 1500 metre events, which qualified him for the 2019 Bayside District Athletics Championships. He won both the 800 and 1500 metre events, and progressed to the Kingston Division Athletics Championships. In the 1500 metre race, he needed to finish in the top 2 to qualify for regionals, and ended up finishing in 3rd place with a time of 5:21.[12] He also competed in the 800 metres, finishing in 9th place out of 14 with a time of 2:51[13]. In 2020 Cross Country and Athletics were either cancelled due to coronavirus or washed out, meaning that Mattsson was not able to compete in any major competitions. In 2021, Mattsson won the school cross country race for his age group, and qualified for the 2020 Kingston Division Secondary Cross Country Championships at Karkarook Park, Cheltenham, where he finished in 4th place with a time of 11:31.3[14], 47.3 seconds off the winning time. This qualified him for the Region Championships, although that was cancelled due to coronavirus. Athletics that year was cancelled due to coronavirus. In September 2021, Mattsson participated in Connors Run[15], a fun run for paediatric brain cancer.[16] He finished the 10km course in 42 minutes and 44 seconds[17], his 10 kilometre personal best[18].

Australian Rules Football[edit]

Mattsson began playing AFL in 2015 for the East Sandringham Junior Football Club[19]. That season he played in the 8 Blue competition, in division 1[20]. He played 8 matches that season, being undefeated throughout the season although there was no ladder. The final game of the season was played against Mordialloc Braeside Junior Football Club[21]. In the next season, Mattsson played once more for the East Sandringham Junior Football Club in division 1. His team were undefeated for the second year running, rounding at the season with a victory over East Malvern Junior Football Club, nicknamed the Knights[22]. In the following season, Mattsson played for the East Sandringham Junior Football Club, nicknamed the Zebras[23]. His team played in division 1 and won the 'lightning' premiership, a round robin where the team with the most points or decided on percentage wins. His team also were once again undefeated throughout the season. The final game of the lightning premiership was played against Brighton Beach Junior Football Club, who are named the Kangaroos[24]. Continuing into the next season, Mattsson played for ESJFC again. This season he played in division 1 and won second best and fairest for the second time, the first being in under 9's. His team finishing in 3rd place on the ladder[25], placing behind St Pauls McKinnon Junior Football Club. They progressed to the semi finals but lost 68 - 46 to Brighton Beach[26]. Their biggest win of the season came against Beaumaris Football Club, 83 - 23[27]. In the next year, the SMJFL season was cancelled due to coronavirus[28]. In 2021, Mattsson played in Division 1 for ESJFC once more. His team finished 3rd on the ladder[29], placing behind minor premiers East Malvern and 2nd place East Brighton Junior Football Club, who are named the Vampires[30]. The finals were cancelled due to coronavirus.

Triathlon[edit]

Mattsson has competed in many triathlons, his latest results being in the 2020/2021 season, where he placed 24th in the 2XU Triathlon Series race 2[31] which had a 200m swim, 8km ride and 2km run.[32]. His time for the swim was 2:27, for the ride 16:53, and for the run 10:17[33]. His next event was in race 4 of the 2XU Triathlon Series where he finished in 26th place with an overall time of 42:55.[34] The race itself was a 300m swim, 10km ride, and 3km run.[35] His time for the swim was 2:11, for the ride was 24:38, and for the run was 10:45.[36]

Cricket[edit]

Mattsson began playing club cricket in the 2016/2017 season, playing for East Sandringham Cricket Club in the South Eastern Cricket Association Saturday East Rookies[37]. In that season he scored 177 runs at an average of 25.29[38] with a highest score of 24 not out against Kingston Heath[39]. In that season he took 8 wickets, with 3 maidens, at an average of 20.88[40] with best figures of 2/2 against Parkdale Cricket Club[41]. In the 2016/17 season Mattsson also took 3 catches and 5 run outs[42]. He was awarded club champion in his team, scoring 39.30 points[43]. In the whole competition, Mattsson scored the 6th highest amount of runs, and was the highest scorer in his team[44]. He was ranked 29th for the best bowler in the competition and 4th in his team[45]. He was ranked 13th in the competition for fielding and 3rd in his team[46]. In the 2017/2018 season, Mattsson again played for East Sandringham Cricket Club, in the South Eastern Cricket Association Saturday Central U/12 C competition. In that season the team that Mattsson played for finished in 8th place on the ladder out of 10 teams[47]. He scored 97 runs at an average of 19.40 with a highest score of 33 not out[48]. This placed him 18th in the competition and 1st in his team[49]. He also took 11 wickets at an average of 7.09 with best figures of 3/6[50] against Hampton Cricket Club. These bowling statistics placed him 2nd overall in the competition for wickets taken and 1st in his team[51], although he was ranked poorly on his economy rate and average, in which he placed outside the top 10 and 2nd in his team[52]. In the season he took 2 catches and 1 run out[53]. This placed him 24th in the competition and 2nd in his team[54]. In the 2018/2019, Archie Mattsson played for East Sandringham Cricket Club for the third season running, this time in the South Eastern Cricket Association Saturday South U12B competition and played twice in the South Eastern Cricket Association Saturday South U12C competition[55]. In the season Archie's team finished 2nd on the ladder, and progressed through to the semi-finals, where he was caught for 0 off 3 deliveries, leading the team to an unexpected semi finals loss to Dingley Cricket Club[56]. Throughout the season Mattsson scored 94 runs at an average of 31.33 with a highest score of 22 not out in U12B, and 7 not out in U12C[57]. In U12B, this placed him 26th in the competition and 5th in his team[58]. He took 9 wickets, conceding 73 runs with an average of 8.11 with best figures of 2/1 against Mordialloc Cricket Club[59]. This placed him 6th in the competition and 1st in his team[60]. He took 2 catches and 2 run outs, placing him 36th in the competition[61] In the 2019/2020 season, Mattsson played for East Sandringham Cricket Club (ESCC) for the fourth season in a row, he played in the South East Cricket Association for the second year running, denying an opportunity to play at a higher level[62]. His team progressed to the semi finals where they were beaten significantly by Aspendale Cricket Club[63]. In that match Mattsson scored an unbeaten 11 off 30 deliveries[64]. In the whole season, Mattsson scored 219 runs at a career high average of 54.75 with a new high score of 50 not out, his first and (currently) only half century[65]. This ranked him 2nd overall in the competition and 1st in his team[66]. He took 8 wickets in the season, conceding 96 runs which gave him an average of 12.00. His best figures were against Hampton Cricket Club where he got hold of 3/11[67]. This ranked him 13th in the competition and 3rd in his club[68]. During the course of the season Mattsson took 4 catches and 2 run outs[69]. This placed him 17th in the competition and 2nd in his team[70]. In the 2020/2021 season, the cricket season was changed to only T20 Cricket because of the Coronavirus[71]. Mattsson played for ESCC for the fifth season running, and progressed to the South Eastern Cricket Association Friday U14A competition[72]. In that season the team finished in 7th place out of 10 on points[73]. Mattsson finished the season with 144 runs to his name, with an average of 48.00, his highest score being 41 not out against Beaumaris Cricket Club. These statistics placed him in 26th overall in the competition and 1st in his team[74]. He took 3 wickets for 115 runs at an average of 38.33[75]. His best figures were 1/3[76] against Le Page Park Cricket Club. This ranked him 77th in the competition[77]. In that season Archie took 2 catches and 1 run out[78].

Representative Cricket[edit]

Mattsson plays representative cricket for the South Eastern Cricket Association - Representative. Mattsson was selected for 'SECA' Representative in the 2019/2020 season in the Keith Mitchell U12 Shield. His team won the Grand Final over the Mornington Peninsula Cricket Association[79]. Throughout the course of the season Mattsson scored 31 runs, averaging 31.00[80] with a highest score of 10 not out against Eastern Cricket Association[81]. Mattsson took 9 wickets at an average of 6.33[82] with best figures of 2/9 against Ferntree Gully & District Cricket Association[83]. In the 2020/2021 season Mattsson was once again selected for the South East Cricket Association. He played in the Russell Allen U14 Shield, his team progressed to the semi finals but lost to Ringwood Cricket Association[84]. Throughout the season he scored 2 runs at an average of 2.00[85]. Playing predominantly as a bowler that season, he took 4 wickets, conceding 106 runs at an average of 26.50[86]. His best figures were 2/9 against Diamond Valley[87]. Mattsson has also played school cricket, playing in the School Sport Victoria Division Championships.

Archie Mattsson Cricket Statistics[88]
ESCC SECA
Runs Scored 731 33
Batting Average 33.23 16.50
50/100's 1/0 0/0
Top Score 50* 10*
Wickets 39 13
Bowling Average 13.56 12.54
Best Bowling 3/6 2/9
Maidens 21 11
Ducks 1 0
Catches/Run Outs 15/11 2/2

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