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News & Events

Cross Country 2022: Day 2 – Results

More than 2,690 students from 120 primary schools converged on Sydney Motorsport Park for Day 2 of Sydney Catholic Schools’ inaugural Pre to Post Cross Country Championships. On a bright and sunny day in Sydney’s west, the championships officially began with Freeman Catholic College Bonnyrigg Heights student Alexa Filipakis leading the audience in a most beautiful acapella rendition of our national anthem.  It so moved the athletes that

Watch LIVE: Cross Country Championships – Day 2

Join us LIVE at Sydney Catholic Schools’ 2022 Secondary and Primary Cross Country Championships. Due to popular demand, Sydney Catholic Schools will be live streaming yet another of its major sporting events. This May, parents from across the Sydney Archdiocese can tune in to watch our young sporting stars race at Sydney Motorsport Park during the Cross Country Championships. Day 1 of the championships is for secondary colleges and

NSWCPS MacKillop Swimming Championships results 2022

Forty-nine young athletes from 20 schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney are set to compete at the NSW Primary School Sports Association (NSWPSSA) Swimming Championships on Wednesday 6 April following a stellar day in the pool. More than 120 athletes from 52 Sydney Catholic schools competed in the 2022 NSWCPS Swimming Championships at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre on 22 March.  Forty-nine swimmers collected 60 medals – 25 gold,

Sydney Catholic Schools announces new Sports Council

Sydney Catholic Schools’ Executive Director, Tony Farley, today announced the formation of a new Sports Council via an online video message to all students, parents and staff. The Sports Council will play a pivotal role in the streamlining of structural and administration functions in Sport across all 150 primary and secondary schools in the Sydney Catholic Schools system. In case you missed it, you can watch Mr Farley’s announcement

Primary Sports Awards winners announced

Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) has recognised the achievements of more than 130 student athletes during this year’s virtual Primary Sports Awards ceremony. Seven young rising sports stars were also lauded during the ceremony on Friday 3 December.  In case you missed it, you can still watch the ceremony via the live link below. Hosted by Damien Kerr, Manager: Pre to Post Sport at SCS, the