Achievements & Results

Sport Cross Country 

 24th of May 

Author Adele Collins


On Tuesday the 24th of May many of our students represented SCHS at Division Cross Country. The students all ran hard on the day and our school achieved some fantastic results. A big Well Done to all the students who participated! A very special mention to the following students who placed within the top three for their age division. 


14 Years Boys

2nd Arnesh Pradhan

3rd Om Tripurana 


15 Years Girls 

2nd Isabella Roets

3rd Audrey Chiavaroli

16 Years Boys 

1st Huzaifa Imran 

2nd Sebastian Collard 

16 Years Girls

1st Sofia Selimi 

2nd Lilliana Carroll 

3rd Maden Bautista


17-20 Years Boys

1st Anhad Singh


17-20 Years Girls

3rd Ananyaa Duggal

Cross Country Regional

On Thursday 16th of June 28 students from Suzanne Cory completed in the Regional Cross Country at Brimbank Park. It was a wet and wintery day and the students showed great resilience competing in challenging conditions. 


All students ran well, and we had four students who qualified individually for the state finals and three students in the team event. Well Done Lilliana Carroll, Huzaifa Imran, Arnesh Pradham and Anhad Sing for qualifying individually and to Audrey Chiavaroli, Tvisha Merchant and Olivia Wong for qualifying in the team event. 


Well done again to all students on the excellent sportsmanship and effort shown on the day!


Adele Collins

PE Teacher 


Senior Girls Soccer

20th May Author: Adele Collins


The students were very excited to attend the senior school soccer event on the 20th of May. Our first game was against Werribee and the students were full of energy and managed to hold up our defensive structure with Premika in centre defence and Charlotte in goal keeper. We were lucky to get a few opportunities up forward and our key striker Binta was able to get a goal and we won 1 0. 


Our second game was against Wyndham and we attacked hard and with some excellent midfield work by Tanisha, Nayaab, Amira, Saumya and they were able to set up many goal scoring opportunities and Binta was able to score winning us the game 3 1. 


In our final game against TAC our students were nervous knowing they had won both their games 8 0 to Werribee and Wyndham. Our girls put up a great fight and kept running all day giving it their best shot! Charlotte was put to work as Goalkeeper and did an amazing job stopping many goals going through. We lost this game 7 0 but the girls stayed in good spirits. Even in the final game when the girls were exhausted everyone took to the pitch and contributed to the game. Well Done on an excellent day out and coming second overall for our division! 


Intermediate Girls Soccer

2nd of June  Author: Amitoj Kaur, K7


On Thursday the 2nd of June, the intermediate girls soccer team competed in the district  tournament. The girls were able to place third in our pool and fifth overall in inter school soccer! We won against Tarneit and Truganina, 5-0 and 4-2 respectively. We tied with the Grange 1-1 and lost against Icom 2-1(though it was a close call and we got unlucky). 


The goals were scored by Lilliana, Roxy, Esra, Bea, Ksenia, Emina, Sanvi, Isobel, Amitoj but only 3 of us were actually strikers. Allrounders hey? Our goalies for the day were Audrey, Ksenia and Sharon. Off that agility! Our defence line held strong with Isobel, Ksenia, Ana and Amitoj. Bravissimo amico! 


Our midfielders were Sophia, Niharika, Tvisha, Liliana and Jasmine, Slayed em girls! We had scored some ‘accidental’ goals but also missed a couple of ‘would be’ perfect goals. Overall, we did amazing considering we didn’t have any training as a team! Go us the goats ;)  

Western Metropolitan Region Senior Baseball Finals and State Senior Baseball Championships 

This year, we were privileged to have the opportunity to play in the Senior Boys' Baseball team, after being part of the team for the entirety of our school lives at Suzanne Cory. This year was extraordinary, as the team was able to qualify for state. Shoutout to Ms Fenby for running regular baseball training that approximately 20% of the baseball team rocked up for. The baseball team allowed us to form lifelong bonds with multiple gentlemen, and it'll be one of the greatest memories of our high school lives. Now moving on from this emotional statement, let's get down to what really happened. 


There was no better way to start than by rocking up to school at 7:30, only for the bus to leave at 8:00. Regardless, no regrets! It was all worth it, thank you Ms Fenby.


We were given the assignment of travelling to Geelong for a victory, and a spot in the state final. WMR finals were a challenge, but the boys stepped up to it and gave everything they had on the field. We played Bellarine, and they're great people, but we beat them 11-0. The same thing happened with Footscray City, literally the exact same thing: great people, but we won 11-0 again. Now, the daunting challenge, that every Victorian high school fears in their sports career: Maribyrnong College, they gave us a lot of stick and sledged us as if they were prime Australia, only to get put on a leash and taken on a walk by us, the mighty Suzanne Cory lads who don't rock up to training. 


We ended up beating them 3-0, and our lord and saviour Paarth was pitching rockets, and Aaron took a ball to the arm as a way to pledge his allegiance to us. Arnav took an ice-cold catch in the right outfield, we're pretty sure he is not human, but rather a cold-blooded animal. But, bring on Bayside, these guys were so nice, top blokes! The game started with a rock, paper, scissors, which was just as entertaining, if not more entertaining than the actual game. Our captain Paarth won rock, paper, scissors, but unfortunately, we choked and lost 4-2 to Bayside. Drumroll please, the conveners gathered for an emergency meeting, and they came to the conclusion that we were way too good-looking to not be sent to state finals. 


Post WMR Finals, the boys had a great team bonding session on the bus back home, which we will not like to elaborate on. 

The boys were off to States at Cheltenham Baseball Club, the less we talk about that, the better it is. We would like to humbly acknowledge and thank Dromana Secondary College with their national representative players for not hurting any of our boys, who have exams to complete and families to return to. They beat us 11-2, but bear in mind, that we were leading at one point against an Australian pitcher. Regardless, that day, we won a game at state, winning 15-0 against Norwood, finishing 3rd overall, and that is all the future generations of Suzanne Cory will hear.  


Vansh (R3) and Arnav (R4)


Western Metropolitan Region Tennis Finals


On the  9th of May, the SCHS girls intermediate tennis team went to Geelong to compete in Regionals - and with all our hard work, we were runners-up for this year’s tournament. We finished at the top of our pool, winning against most schools from all over the Metropolitan district. Even though we lost against Maribyrnong College, it was still a great experience regardless, and we can’t wait to do it again next year! 


Hillary & Supriya 

Inter school Basketball


On Monday 20th June the Senior Boys basketball team made their tournament debut after missing out on playing for the last couple of years. We started strongly defeating Wyndham Central in a blowout due some deep threes immaculate set plays from first time coach Mr J [coaches edit: I literally did nothing other than tell them to put the ball in the hoop!]. 

After a couple of tough losses against two quality teams we finished in style defeating our rivals over at Werribee High. The team were challenged in the first half but locked down on defence and ran hard for each other towards a 39-25 victory. Aaron Harman and Lucas Hogan were standouts all day and were supported on both ends of the floor with some lights out shooting from Chris Laity, Joel Punnoor and Kalindu Gunaratne, while Drisyant Shrestha, Jashith Kumar and Mayuran Sasikumar were absolute dogs on defence. 


The biggest takeaway from this tournament however was the team banter and celebration with the coach that sent the year 12s off in the best way possible. 


Chris Laity