We have finished the All Schools trials for Hockey.
Jake McCann and Nathan Czinner participated in a selection camp last week. Nathan was successful in being named in the NSW U16 All Schools team. This team will compete in the Pacific School Games in Adelaide in December.
Lauren Czinner, Talia Constance and Cody McCann participated in the Tri-Series for the Open NSW AllSchools carnival. The girls won the series and the boys finished second. Congratulations to Talia for being named in the Open NSW All Schools Merit team.
On Wednesday the 16th of August, NSW Touch in conjunction with Inverell Touch Association is running a Primary School Gala Day at Harris Park.
At these days we like to have local high school students do the referee part of the day. It is a great way for high school and primary school students to interact.
The benefits for high schools students and the school:
- Lunch Provided.
- Show off the school to potential new students.
- Show how much the schools care about the community.
- NSW Touch can proved a referee letter to put in their resumes.
Without help from local high schools these days are not always successful for the sport and certainly not a great experience for all involved. So your help with this matter is very important. And no they don't have to be qualified but if they are its an extra bonus.
If you have any students that can assist on the day please let us know.
Anyone interested please contact Ricky Hetherington.
Teams from across the diocese played in the Cochrane Cup netball competition Thursday June 22. Our girls played extremely well and showed great sportswomanship.
All students should be proud of their efforts. Our Year 7/8 OCC 1 team was placed 1st in its division.
A huge thank you to the coaches/umpires: Ali Billings, Georgia Scott, Mackenzie Mortimer, Sam Archer and Phoebe Biddle. Another big thank you to Mrs Patrick, Mrs Smidt and Miss McQuilty for helping Miss Kreuzen run the day.
O'Connor Athletics 2017
O'Connor Catholic College Athletics Carnival...
Age champions were announced at assembly and presented with their medallions, although quite a few were away at CCC Cross Country.
The winning house of the carnival was La Salle (aka the green machine) and house captains Aiden O'Keefe and Lauren Czinner proudly displayed the shield. The house point scores were:
La Salle 1598