Intermediate Girls AFL

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Last week our Intermediate girls (year 9&10) competed in their first AFL Broken Bay Gala Day. What a great day it was, to see our students get in and have a good go at a new sport to all of them.  It’s really something special and great to be a part of.  Our girls played extremely well and together as a team.

The day was filled with Laugher and so much encouragement on and off the field.

Well done to our AFL team for 2023.

Zack M – Black Belt

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Congratulations to Zack M in Year 8 for achieving his Black Belt.  Achieving a black belt martial arts is a significant accomplishment that requires dedication, commitment, and continuous effort.  It signifies a high level of competence and knowledge.

Well done, Zack! We are proud of you.

Broken Bay Athletics

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On Monday, 31 students from the College attended Broken Bay Athletics Carnival held at Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre, Homebush.  With an early start all our students were in good spirits and ready to take on the track and field events.  The first events for the day were the 1500m, we watched 3 of our students come in 1st place.  This started the day off on a high note. The place getting didn’t stop there, we had a very successful day for a small team between the field and track events.

Our students could be heard from the grandstand cheering every runner on as they came past. It’s lovely to be a part of the atmosphere and watch our student and parents take it all in and support each other.

Congratulations to the following students on their results:

Jack M – 3rd 1500m, Isaiah R – 1st 1500m – 3rd 800m, Toby W – 1st 1500m, Rose D – 1st 1500 – 1st 400m, Emily H – 3rd Shotput – 2nd Javelin – 3rd Discus, Oliver K – 1st Long Jump – 2nd High Jump, Kye Mc – 1st 400m – 2nd high jump – 3rd 1500m, Jayden A – 3rd 200m.

We wish the following students the best of luck on the Broken Bay team at Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre at Homebush on Monday the 11th of September.

Isaiah R & Oliver K of Year 10, Kye Mc & Toby W of Year 8, Rose D of Year 7 Good luck, we can’t wait to hear how you all did at CCC level.

Compassion Cup

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Last week our students and staff participated the College’s Compassion Cup Challenge.

We were blessed with amazing weather as we enjoyed a BBQ lunch and cheered on our House colours in the Oz tag challenge.  Congratulations to Kildare, who came out victorious!

A big Thank you goes out to everyone who organised the afternoon.  It was a huge success with funds raised going to Year 12 end of year events.

Isaiah R – Townsville

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Recently, Isaiah R of Year 10, competed in the Multisport National Championships held in Townsville.

From his results during this event, Isaiah has successfully made it to the Australian team 2024 for the Duathlon Sprint in his age group.

This is another great result from Isaiah, in a sport he is proving to be amazing at and is very passionate about.

We are certain we will be hearing of many more achievements from Isaiah before the National Championship in 2024.

Well done, Isaiah.

Sienna T

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Last week Sienna T of Year 10, competed at the NSW CCC Rugby League Trials, in the U16 girls’ division, as part of the NSW Catholic Metropolitan side.

Sienna spent time on Wednesday training with her teammates. The girls had the opportunity to meet Kezie Apps and Bo Vette-Welsh, from The West Tigers NRLW team, and listened to their experiences and advice.

Congratulations to Sienna who was selected to represent NSW CCC at the Inaugural ASSRL 16 Girls’ Rugby League Tournament at Port Macquarie in September.

Keep kicking those goals, Sienna.

Inflame Dance Groups

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Our Inflame Dance groups represented the College in the Your Next Step Dance Competition in Gosford last week.

The Senior team came 2nd and the Junior team came 3rd overall.

The dancers have worked so hard during their Inflame session under the watchful eye of Kira from The CMPY in San Remo.

Thank you, Kira, for working with our students this term.

Junior & Intermediate Basketball

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This week, it was the boys turn for Broken Bay Basketball.  Our Junior and Intermediate teams headed out on Monday to Terrigal, Breakers Stadium.

It was another great day!  Both teams played really well and won their first 2 games, giving it their all.

Basketball is definitely a growing sport here at the College and the level of competition is getting stronger.

Well done to both the teams and we look forward to watching the teams grow over the next few years.

Thank you to Mr Martindale and Mr Gallen for training and coaching the two teams leading up to this event, and to Ella M of year 9 for assisting with coaching and training.