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Sports and Co-Curricular

02 May 2024

SACCSS Swimming Carnival Wrap Up

Our SACCSS Swimming Team took to the pool on Tuesday March 26 at MSAC and we are pleased to let everyone know that our Junior Girls team won the Division 1 Title. Holly Hume in Year 9 was named Division 1 Under 14 Girls Champion and our Junior Boys and Girls finished third overall in our Division from seven schools.

We also had some stellar individual performances, with many of our students placing in the top three. Special mention to Madi Baker in Year 9 and Chloe Hume in Year 8 for being runner up in their Division 1 age group. Overall, it was a great day in the pool for all of our team members; We are extremely proud of all of your efforts, Titans!

SACCSS Cross Country

On Tuesday 30 April, sixty of our students took part in the SACCSS Cross Country Carnival which was held at Brimbank Park in Keilor.

We had many outstanding individual results, with the following students placing in the Top 10 of our Division 1 competition:

Name:Age Group:Placing:
Maddie Hall13 Year Old Girls3rd
Zac Meilak14 Year Old Boys1st
Zayden Theggie14 Year Old Boys2nd
Steven Morgan15-16 Year Old Boys2nd
Isabella Fisher15-16 Year Old Girls6th

A huge thank you to all students who represented the College voluntarily. They left nothing out on the course and for that we could not be prouder. Our attention now turns to the SACCSS Division 1 Athletics Carnival which will be held on Tuesday 3 September.

Please see below some important information regarding Concussion and Mouthguards for the upcoming SACCSS seasons.

Concussion and Mouth Guards for SACCSS Sport

If your child plays a sport outside school and receives a concussion, it is important to notify the Sport & Co-Curricular Leader and the College Nurse prior to your child’s next scheduled SACCSS game or training session.

The Australian Institute of Sport website has important information regarding concussion management (link below). We strongly encourage all families to familiarise themselves with this information, especially in the case of a concussion.

Should your child receive a concussion, parents/caregivers will need a ‘Concussion Referral and Clearance Form’ completed by a Medical Practitioner and handed into the College Nurse prior to recommencing SACCSS training and games. This form can be found here:

This is an important step to ensure your child is safe to participate in sport or competitions; Their health is always our number one priority.


Mouthguards have a definite role in preventing injuries to the teeth and face and for this reason they are strongly recommended. Mouthguards should be worn for all games and training sessions. Students without a mouthguard may not be able to participate.

Margie White
Sport and Co-Curricular Leader