Open Soccer

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Congratulations to both our open soccer teams for their commendable performance last week! Despite the weather challenges and venue changes, it’s wonderful to hear that the girls had a fantastic day out and enjoyed themselves while giving it their all on the field.

As for the boys, it sounds like they put in an exceptional effort, especially in their close match against St Edward’s in the semifinals. Though they faced a tough loss, they can be proud of their hard work and sportsmanship!

A special shoutout to Riley M and Liam W for their selection in the Possible and Probable games! While they didn’t make it onto the Broken Bay team this time, participating in the trial process is a valuable experience that will undoubtedly contribute to their growth as players.

Keep up the great work, and who knows what opportunities lie ahead in soccer for them!

Broken Bay Rugby League Representative

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Congratulations to Ryda, Bailey, Archie, and Alexah for their impressive performance at the Metro trials! Making it to the representative level is a significant accomplishment and a testament to their dedication and skill in rugby league. It’s wonderful to hear that they represented Broken Bay so admirably.

A special shoutout to Ryda C for earning a spot on the Presidents Team—what an incredible honour! It’s clear that their hard work and talent have paid off.

It’s exciting to think about the potential and future success of Broken Bay’s rugby league students. With such talent and determination, there’s no doubt they’ll continue to achieve great things in the sport. Best wishes to them as they continue their rugby journey!

U16 & 19 Futsal

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It’s fantastic for our college to be apart of the growth and popularity of futsal amongst schools on the Central Coast! Futsal offers an opportunity for our students to enjoy the game while honing their soccer skills!

Our students’ passion and dedication play a significant role in the growth and success of the sport within the school community.

A big thank you to Mr McFarlane and Mrs Carantinos for their unwavering support and dedication to futsal at St Brigid’s. Their guidance, encouragement, and hard work undoubtedly contribute to creating a positive and nurturing environment for students to thrive in the sport – we can’t wait for next years competition!

Intermediate Boys Soccer

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Our intermediate boy’s soccer team had an amazing time at the intermediate boy’s soccer gala day last week down at Forrestville! The weather may have been unpredictable, but it didn’t dampen the boy’s spirits. It’s fantastic to watch the boys play their best and their sportsmanship was top-notch.
Events like these are not just about the competition but also about the bonds formed and they fun had. And a big thank you to Mrs. Foo for her support and for driving us all to the event, her contribution surely made the day possible and more enjoyable for everyone.

CHS Sailing

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Well done to our college Sailors; Samuel D of Year 9, Issac A of Year 10 and Lucy L and Emily H of Year 12! They participated in the NSW CHS Secondary Schools Sailing Championships during the first week of the holidays. It was an event to remember!

Sam and Emily’s performance on the Hobie 18 was simply impressive, winning all five races and securing the top spot in both their class and the multi-hulls division.

Isaac and Lucy showcased their sailing skills as well, with Isaac finishing 4th in the ILCA 6 class and Lucy securing 5th place.

We are thrilled to announce that St Brigid’s Catholic College took home the 1st place in the CHS Sailing School Team category. A fantastic result!

A special shoutout to Lucy and Emily for their remarkable six-year journey with St Brigid’s in CHS Sailing, culminating in such a triumphant event! Your dedication and hard work have paid off! We hope you keeping sailing towards success!

Broken Bay Touch Representatives

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Congratulations Archie A and Jayden A from Year 8, who recently made their debut appearance at the representative level in touch football for Broken Bay.

Their hard work, dedication, and skill have brought them to this significant milestone. It is a clear reflection of their exceptional talent and commitment to the sport.

We hope you both enjoyed every moment on the field, absorbing the experience and will continue to aim high and strive for greatness.

Despite the challenging weather conditions on the day, the boys gave their all.

The tournament continued into Wednesday and the Broken Bay Under 15 boys team advanced to the semifinals where they were defeated by the Parramatta diocese.

Well done Archie and Jayden! We feel like your journey is just beginning!

National Age Championships

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The final week of Term 1 was a busy one for everyone, but it was even more so for Kye Mc, who was battling it out in the pool at the National Age Championships on the Gold Coast!

Thanks to Cathy, Kye’s supportive mum, we were able to witness Kye’s impressive performance in the pool. The Championships were live-streamed on 9now, and Cathy kindly shared the schedule with us. From Mr Murdoch’s office to the Boardroom, Staffroom and even the playground, we all tuned in to watch Kye compete in the 400m Freestyle and his favourite event, the 200m Freestyle.

Kye’s performance was nothing short of spectacular and we believe he broke some of his personal bests, which is an amazing feat at a national level. It was very exciting to be able to rally behind Kye from the College.

We are all immensely proud of Kye’s accomplishments in the pool. Keep making waves Kye!

Kye Mc – Broken Bay Swimming Team

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Please join us once again in congratulating Kye of Year 9 on his most recent achievements at SOPAC. Last week Kye placed in the following events on the Broken Bay swim team and progressed through to the NSW All Schools Championship in the Catholic Schools NSW Swim Team. Kye will compete at these championships on both the 30th and 31st of May. This will be two massive days for Kye in the pool and in the days leading up to these events.

Kye is currently in QLD competing in the National Age Championship. We wish Kye the very best of luck at National Age Championship and NSW All Schools Championships.

Kye is proving to be a force to be reconned with in the pool and he is not slowing down. As we have said before, we are all very proud of Kye and his achievements. Keep it up, well done and good luck!

200m Freestyle

100m freestyle

400m freestyle

200 Individual Medley

50m Freestyle

50m Butterfly

50m Backstroke

100m Butterfly


50m Breaststroke


100m Breaststroke

Netball Stars

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Jade P from Year 9 and Sienna B from Year 10 showcased their exceptional talent and dedication in netball at last weekend’s 2024 Your Local Club Regional Academy Games in Wagga Wagga.

Despite being from different divisions, both girls left a lasting impression.

Jade’s team displayed an impressive streak, remaining undefeated throughout the competition. Sienna’s team also demonstrated remarkable skill, losing just two games over the entire weekend.

The girls were part of a 120+ strong team of athletes, representing the Central Coast Academy of Sport across a range of sports.

A big congratulations to both Jade and Sienna on your outstanding achievement. We are immensely proud.

Broken Bay Rugby League Trials and Selection success

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It was a successful day for Broken Bay trials under 15 boys and under 16 girls rugby league last week.  It was a later start for the boys followed by the girls and it was a very warm day.  It’s commendable that our 13 students who self-nominated for selection, showing their enthusiasm and dedication to the sport they love playing.  Our students presented themselves well on and off the field, it was lovely to be able to sit and watch our students on the field during trials.

Best of luck to the following student who were successful in making the Broken Bay team on their future matches against the Diocese of Parramatta these games will take place at Morry Breen Oval.

Alexah K, Bailey N, Archie H & Ryda C congratulations to you all.