Sport News

Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020

Breaking Sports News

Mr Hall and Mr Robins are very excited to announce that the College will be holding 2020 Athletics Carnivals in Term 4! 

Primary: Friday, 30th October – Term 4 Week 3 (Years 2-6 Only)
Secondary: Thursday, 22nd October – Term 4 Week 2

The carnivals will look slightly different to normal due COVD-19 restrictions. Unfortunately parents will not be able to attend, this will be a student only event. They will be held at Hunter Sports Centre, Glendale.

Further information to come early Term 4, Week 1 – But save the date in your calender.

Sporting Representation

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Congratulations to Luke Hall of Year 9! Luke was recently accepted in the Hunter Academy of Sport Triathlon Program and will represent the Hunter Region in the Bilgence TriNSW Junior Race Series.

Alumni Sporting Success

We are proud of our students past and present and we’d like to highlight the success of some of our Alumni students in the sporting arena.

Focusing on women in rugby league, two of our Alumni have gone on to forge successful careers.

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Emma Young attended the College from Years 7 to 10, 2001 to 2004. She represented Australia in Jillaroos (Australian female Rugby League Team) and has also played for The National Samoa Womens Rugby League Team. She played prop for the Maitland Pumpkin Pickers in the Women’s Rugby League competition based in Sydney, while she also lined-up for NSW and played with the Indigenous All-Star Representative team. 

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Julie Young attended the College from Years 7 to 12, 1998 to 2003. She also represented Australia in the Jillaroos, and played along her sister Emma for the Maitland Pumpkin Pickers, NSW Blues and in the Indigenous All-Star Team.

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