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10th October 2021

Results of the 2021 PC NRL Footy Tipping Competition are below.  The winners receive the following:

  • PC Pizza Lunch
  • Perpetual Trophy
  • Out of Uniform Day (same day as pizza lunch)

1st = Flinders PC 2 on 192 Points (Margin 470)

2nd = Hastings PC 9 on 192 Points (Margin 522)

3rd = Flinders PC 5 on 190 points

4th = Wilson PC 6 on 184 Points

5th = Hastings PC 8 on 183 Points

6th = Oxley PC 5 on 182 Points

7th = Hastings PC 5 on 181 Points

8th = Innes PC 4 on 180 Points (Week Margin 2, Overall 492)

9th = Macquarie PC 9 on 180 Points (Week Margin 8, Overall 492)

10th = Macquarie PC 1 on 180 Points (Margin 522)

Congratulations Flinders PC 2.

Mr. Cannon

Leader of Sport

10th October 2021

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16th September 2021

SJRC has a Rowing Club that operates through the Port Macquarie Rowing Club (PMRC).  Students are able to represent the PMRC and at some regattas the SJRC Rowing Club.  If you are not interested in representation but want to try rowing that is ok too.

If you would like to try rowing please fill in the form below and Mr. Cannon will put you in touch with the PMRC.  Beginner lessons are normally held on Saturday mornings.

Interested in Rowing?

Mr. Cannon
SJRC Leader of Sport

16th September 2021

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19th July 2021

The Diocesan Athletics Carnival is to be held on Thursday the 12th of August (Week 5) at Coffs Harbour International Stadium.  St. Joseph’s Regional College will be taking a sizable squad to the day, which is a selection trial for the Lismore Diocesan Team to compete at the NSW Catholic Combined Colleges Carnival at Homebush in Sydney on Friday the 3rd of September (Week 8).

The link below lists those students who have qualified and for what events.  An email will be sent to parents and students with information about this excursion and permission form by the end of week 3.  It is a day trip leaving at 6am and returning at 6pm.  It is not a compulsory excursion.

The top 2 competitors in each event qualified.  The triple jump is held over two age divisions, 15 and under and 16 and over.

The 1500m walk and hurdles are not run at this event but are at the NSWCCC Carnival.  If you would like to apply for a place in these fields please use the links below.

Congratulations to all students who made the squad.

2021 SJRC Athletics Squad

2021 Diocesan Athletics Program

2021 CCC Hurdles Nomination Form

2021 CCC 1500m Walk Nomination Form

There is a chance this event will be postponed - if this happens we will post again.

Michael Cannon
Leader of Sport

19th July 2021

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15th July 2021

Congratulations to Adam Jennings who represented Port Macquarie/Hastings in the NSW State Hockey Championships in Parkes during the recent holidays.

This was a 3 day event hosted at the McGlynn Sporting Complex hosting over 20 teams in 3 divisions. The Port Macquarie team were in division 2. Adam was selected to the team which comprised boys from all clubs and schools in the area. The boys played 3 games in their pool of 4 teams and after a tight initial 1-1 draw with Grafton first up, then put together 2 solid wins against Orange and the Southern Highlands; 8-1 and 3-0 respectively.

This then gave them second in the pool by goal difference and a quarter-final against Wagga Wagga. This game was exceptionally one-sided and was a 15-0 trouncing. This earned them a semi-final against a solid Tamworth side which they were able to win 5-0 and earn themselves a rematch with Grafton in the Final.

The final was a very tight game with some great play from both sides. Great attack and even better defence. After 4 quarters of nerve-wracking play where no one wanted to lose, the game finished as a 0-0 all draw. Appropriately so after 2 games and 80 minutes of play, the two sides could not be separated and were named joint State Champions

Here are some comments from Coach Ash Grummitt;

“Across the 6 games played, the boys remained undefeated with 4 wins and 2 tight draws against the other deserving joint winners Grafton. We scored 32 goals but more importantly only conceded 2.. while the focus may have been on our ability to score goals, I think a big shout out needs to go to our defence as every good team is founded on how well the team can defend. What is equally impressive is that those 2 goals were conceded on the first day, with no goals against on Saturday and Sunday. The boys talked about how those goals were scored, and learnt from them - ultimately that is what the weekend is all about and I'm sure you all agree that the boys got better and better with every game and played some amazing hockey.

It is simply an awesome experience for them and winning a State Championships doesn't happen that often, so they should be very proud of their achievement! Thanks again to you all for your contribution and commitment to the boys' hockey.”

Michael Cannon
Leader of Sport

15th July 2021

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15th July 2021

Alumnus Lachlan Morton (2008) has ridden the 2021 Tour de France in front of the field. It was a charity ride where he completed the whole tour including the transitions.

The finish and start points are very rarely in the same place during the tour. Riders are normally bused from the finish lines to the next start point at the end of each day. Lachlan rode the extra kilometres as well as the stage distance.

Why did he put himself through it? It was all in the name of charity for World Bicycle Relief. Bicycles for those who may not otherwise be able to afford one.

Congratulations, Lachlan. Please click the link below for the full story.

2021 Alt-Tour de France (Sydney Morning Herald Article)

Michael Cannon
Leader of Sports

15th July 2021

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14th July 2021

On Tuesday the 13th of July our annual athletics carnival was held at the College.  We were blessed with a beautiful day as temperatures topped 22 degrees at 1pm – not bad for the depths of winter. The prize was the CC Adams Shield which is awarded to the winning House.

The day began with the first of six rotations. All students competed in the 100m, 200m, Javelin, Shot Putt, Discus and Long Jump before lunch.  Our wonderful staff officiated all events and and assisted with recording, marshaling, & catering.  A big thank you to the hospitality students who catered the whole day with the help of our TAS staff.  After lunch the 100m finals were contested followed by the double points relays.

Congratulations to Wilson House who won the shield for the first time.  Full results, age champions and records – please read on.

The SJRC Athletics Squad to compete at the Lismore Diocesan Carnival in Coffs Harbour will be posted shortly.

House Points Tally:

Flinders Hastings Innes Macquarie Oxley Wilson
Girls 449 608 565 564 598 579
Boys 511 481 550 526 473 824
Total 960 1089 1115 1090 1071 1403
Place 6th 4th 2nd 3rd 5th 1st

Girls Age Champions:

Age Name House Points
Champion 12 Rylee Smith-Comber Macquarie 64
Runner Up 12 Sophie Marchment Wilson 24
Champion 13 Grace Smith Hastings 77
Runner Up 13 Keira Donovan Innes 46
Champion 14 Ella Waters Wilson 38
Runner Up 14 Emilee Franklin Innes 26
Champion 15 Eliza Smith Hastings 50
Runner Up 15 Ava Glassie Oxley 41
Champion 16 Jess Watts Wilson 52
Runner Up 16 Kellie Burke Oxley 40
Champion 17+ Nicola Abi-Saab Oxley 28
Runner Up 17+ Phoebe Bentley
Bianca Green
Flinders
Hastings
26
Champion AWD Jasmine Ferguson Hastings 54

Girls Results Spreadsheet

Boys Age Champions:

Age Name House Points
Champion 12 Jack Martin Wilson 67
Runner Up 12 Cruz Tat-Whalley Hastings 48
Champion 13 Zac Lovett Wilson 50
Runner Up 13 Ashwin Nath Macquarie 33
Champion 14 Cameron Gray Wilson 35
Runner Up 14 Jackson Roberts Wilson 27
Champion 15 Roy Stevenson Innes 82
Runner Up 15 Tom Baker Macquarie 25
Champion 16 Blake Steep Wilson 50
Runner Up 16 Chester Wade Flinders 32
Champion 17+ Matthew Walsh Macquarie 41
Runner Up 17+ Connor Hallum Oxley 29

Boys Results Spreadsheet

Records:

Congratulations to Mischa Kennedy (Yr 8) who broke the SJRC 14 Girls Javelin record with a throw of 26.19m.  The old record was held by Amahli Kennedy (Mischa's sister 25.57m) and has stood since 2019.

Congratulations to Keira Donovan (Yr 7) who broke the SJRC 13 Girls 1500m record with a time of 5min 35.67s.  The old record was held by Madi Roberts (5min 36.76s) and has stood since 2007. 

Congratulations to Grace Smith (Yr 8) who broke the SJRC 13 Girls High Jump record today clearing a height of 1.45m.  The old record was held by Eliza Smith (Grace's sister 1.44m) and has stood since 2019.

SJRC Records Page

Michael Cannon
SJRC Leader of Sport

14th July 2021

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25th June 2021

The Country Cup Regional finals were held in Port Macquarie on June 17th. It brought together the winners from the Taree, Port Macquarie, Kempsey and Coffs Harbour competitions. As expected the standard of football was of the highest quality. SJRC was represented in the U/13’s and U/15’s which is an incredible achievement.

SJRC 15s Rugby League Team

The U’15’s played their first game against Great Lakes College from Forster. It was a tightly fought contest with limited scoring opportunities. Both sides had some strong players but it was the support play from the whole team that gave SJRC the edge. A Jalin Downey intercept on half time meant we went in 2 tries up. Some fundamental mistakes that gave away possession kept the scores close but a win to SJRC gave the opportunity to play the final against Camden Haven High.

A great start in the final was threatened when captain and play maker Jack Alchin was injured. Once again, the strong running and committed try line defense meant that our U/15 had ascendancy but when they couldn’t convert that to points it meant the game remained hard and close until the siren. The team should be proud of the team effort that resulted in the 12 -0 victory. Kayden  Jones-Moore was judged the best player for his committed defense and incisive running. Other players that played a significant role were Eli Davies, Jalin Downey, Tom Baker, Brock Trappet-Byrnes.

The U/15 are in the final 8 teams of the State which is an outstanding achievement. They will play the Northern Semi final against the winners of Hunter, North West and Far North Coast on Wednesday the 28th of July in Coffs Harbour (Term 3 Week 3).

Mr Gerard Toohey & Mr John Sprague
15s Rugby League Coaches

25th June 2021

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16th June 2021

The pre-canival athletics events got underway last week. 

  • 1500m - complete
  • 800m - complete
  • 400m - complete
  • Triple Jump - complete
  • High Jump - complete

For an updated tally of events please see the table below and for age champion tally and house points please click the links below.

10th June: Congratulations to Keira Donovan (Yr 7) who broke the SJRC 13 Girls 1500m record with a time of 5min 35.67s.  The old record was held by Madi Roberts (5min 36.76s) and has stood since 2007. 

22nd June: Congratulations to Grace Smith (Yr 8) who broke the SJRC 13 Girls High Jump record today clearing a height of 1.45m.  The old record was held by Eliza Smith (Grace's sister 1.44m) and has stood since 2019.

House Points Update:

Flinders Hastings Innes Macquarie Oxley Wilson
Girls 46 82 72 111 96 91
Boys 138 87 103 111 104 141
Total 184 169 175 222 200 232

Results Sheets:

2021 Girls Age Champion Race & House Points

2021 Boys Age Champion Race & House Points

Michael Cannon
Leader of Sport

15th June 2021

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15th June 2021

The SJRC Athletics Carnival to be held on Tuesday the 13th of July is definitely going ahead.  The only change is unfortunateluy no spectatros are allowed on site. 

Traditionally this is an excellent day of competition, participation and fingers crossed – great weather.   Students compete in Houses for the coveted CC Adams Shield.

Students may wear house colours to and from the College on Athletics Carnival Day.

The day starts immediately after PC with a rotation of six events.  Students will move through this rotation in their age groups (age they turn this year).  The events are 100m, shot putt, discus, long jump, javelin and 200m.  Lunch will be held around 12:45pm.  One of the highlights – the 100m finals and relays conclude the competition.  Presentation of Age Champions and runners-up as well as Champion House will complete the carnival. 

A fundraising sausage sizzle and drink stand will operate all day and is part of the 100m rotation.  Students have option to purchase a sausage sandwich ($2) and/or drink ($2) after their 100m race.

The top two competitors in each event will be named in the SJRC Athletics Squad to compete at the Diocesan Carnival on Thursday 12th of August 2021.  This carnival is also a selection trial for the Diocesan Athletics Squad to attend the CCC Carnival on Friday the 3rd of September which completes the school pathway.

2021 SJRC Athletics Carnival Program

This is a compulsory day for all students.  Jobs will be allocated on the day for sick or injured students – please send a note of explanation in to Mr. Cannon on Tuesday.  They earn house points for helping.

If it is raining the morning of the carnival please check our Facebook PageTwitter feed and website for postponements.  Normal day 2 if wet.

Events to be completed before the carnival – 1500m, 800m, 400m, Triple Jump and High Jump for all ages.  Please click the link below for an updated house points score and age champion race spreadsheets following our pre-carnival events.

2021 SJRC Pre-Carnival Events, House & Age Champion Tally

Good luck to all students – participation is key to win this House Competition.

Mr. Michael Cannon
Leader of Sport

15th June 2021

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10th June 2021

Congratulations to the following students who competed at the NSW Catholic Combined Colleges Cross Country on Tuesday in Eastern Creek.  In particular to Jasmine Ferguson and Matt Walsh who both qualified for the NSWCCC Team to compete at the NSW All Schools Cross Country on Friday 16th July in Sydney. 

  • Keira Donovan (3km) - 12th in the 13 Girls in 13min 16s
  • Brendan Walsh (4km) - 31st in the 15 Boys in 16min 10s
  • Matt Walsh (8km) - 5th in the 18 Boys in 30min 24s (qualified for NSWCCC team)
  • Matt Gleeson (8km) - 26th in the 18 Boys in 35min 24s
  • Jasmine Ferguson (3km) - 2nd in the 14/15 Girls Multi Class in 28min 53s (qualified for NSWCCC team)

2021 Full Results Sheet

Michael Cannon
SJRC Leader of Sport

10th June 2021

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9th June 2021

The U/13 and U/15 rugby league teams will both progress to the next round of the state wide Country Cup competition after winning the local region in Week 7. It was a very competitive day of football and both groups showed great commitment to their team and pride in the College to be successful.

15s Team
The U/15’s are to be commended on the way they combined as a unit. They played 4 physical games on the day which meant that many were sore and bruised. However, they maintained strong defense and ran with determination. In their pool they defeated St Paul’s Kempsey 16- 6, Hastings Secondary College 20- 8 and Camden Haven High 18-6. In the final against Macksville High the SJRC U/ 15 not only won a tough game but hopefully  gained some lessons about  how to play sport and life. Over the 4 games the team only conceded 4 tries which illustrates the way they worked together and the pride they showed in their team and school. It was the extra level of class and skill that enabled the victories particularly with some surging runs and impressive passing that created opportunities to score out wide.

Whilst it was definitely a team effort special mention goes out to

Kayden Jones Moore, Jack Alchin, Clay Atkins, Colbi Hunt, Eli Davies and Riley Bugden.
Hopefully both teams will be able to show similar qualities when they play the winners of the Coffs and Taree regions in the Mid North Coast final in Week 9.

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Congratulations to the 15 Boys who won the Regional Final today and now progress to the Northern State Final on the 28th July in Coffs Harbour.  Full report to come.

Mr Gerard toohey & Mr John Sprague
Coaches

9th June 2021

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9th June 2021

Congratulations to Tom Jenkins and Tom Spilsbury who competed in the  "JetBlack NSW MTB Championship" at the Yellomundee Mountain Bike Track in Sydney on 6th June 2021. This event was hosted by the Western Sydney Mountain Bike Club.


The boys formed a team with some mates from MacKillop, Ben Harris and Levi Robinson and they raced under the name  "JetBlack Port Macquarie Team".The boys were shown around the track by Western Sydney MTB Club on Saturday and they knew they were in for a fast and frantic four hour event the next day.


Thanks to Mr Peter Jenkins, Tom's Dad, for the following report on the race:


 "Tom led out and was able to get a good start and was sitting tight on the tail of the lead rider.  Mid-way through the first lap he got a flat and had to run it around the majority of the 4km lap to get back to transition.  With the leader recording a 14:57 lap we were back in last place after the first lap and over 13 min down on the leader  Over the next 4 hours all four boys recorded consistently fast laps and bit by bit picked off the other teams and hunted down the lead team. With half an hour to go we'd climbed back to 2nd and were only 3-4 mins off the leaders. After a couple of super fast laps from the team, Tom Spils rode us into the lead and handed over to Tom for the final lap only 20 secs in front of second.  Another consistent lap would have seen us home for the win but it wasn't to be......another flat mid way through the lap and once again we were on foot giving up the lead and ultimately finishing 2nd only 2.5 minutes behind the leader.  

Tom was able to record the three fastest lap times for the day but disappointed to also have one of the slowest after his 4km cross country run on lap 1 !!"


Such a great achievement for the boys to finish 2nd in the event with so many Sydney teams in attendance.

Well done!

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6th June 2021

Year 7/8 Girls Team

On Wednesday 2nd June we attended the All schools touch tournament held here in Port Macquarie.

We played 4 pool games, winning these games 2-0 against Macintyre, 3-0 against St Columba, 3-2 against St Clare, 3-1 against Mackillop(1).

We progressed to the semi final where we again had a strong win beating Bishop Druitt 6-1.This win put us in the grand final which we had a convincing win over  St Clare 5-0.

The girls had a tremendous tournament, their commitment, dedication, running our set plays and taking on feedback was invaluable on the day. Our defence was exceptional, only conceding  4 tries  the whole tournament.

I would like to thank the girls for their great sportsmanship, and being such wonderful role models both on and off the field for our college. A big thank you to Mr Kelly and Mr Gudgeon for their expertise in teaching us our set plays in attack and defence.

SJRC (2) def MacIntyre High (0)
SJRC (3) def St. Columba (0)
SJRC (3) def St. Clare's Taree (2)
SJRC (3) def Mackillop (1)
SJRC (6) def Bishop Druitt (1) Semi Final
SJRC (5) def St. Clare's Taree (0)
Mid North Coast Champions

Mrs Hunter
Coach

Yr 7/8 Boys
SJRC (0) lost to Taree (3)
SJRC (3) def MacKillop 2 (0)
SJRC (3) drew Columba (3)
SJRC (4) def Columba 2 (1)
SJRC (1) lost to Mackillop 1 (7) Semi Final
Mr. McKee
Coach
Yr 9/10 Girls
SJRC (5) def Macksville (0)
SJRC (4) def St. Columba (0)
SJRC (4) def Heritage (2)
SJRC (1) drew Mackillop (1)
SJRC (1) lost to Taree (4) Semi Final
Mr. Kelly
Coach
Yr 9/10 Boys
SJRC (4) def Macksville (2)
SJRC (4) def St Columba (0)
SJRC (1) lost to Mackillop (2)
SJRC (8) def Taree (1)
SJRC (5) def Hastings College (0)
SJRC (10) def Heritage (0)
SJRC (3) def Mackillop (1) Grand Final
Mid North Coast Champions
Mr Simon Gudgeon
Coach

6th June 2021

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6th June 2021

Boys Team

SJRC travelled to Coffs Harbour optimistic of having a successful tournament after narrowly losing in golden goal to SCAS in the Bill Turner Cup a few weeks earlier. The squad was further strengthened with the addition of a core of Year 10 players that were too old for the Bill Turner Cup. The team played excellent soccer throughout the day and were undefeated in pool play without conceding a goal.

  • St Mary’s Casino 3-0 win
  • McAuley College Grafton 1-0 win
  • MacKillop Port Macquarie 0-0 draw
  • John Paul College Coffs Harbour 1-0.

Onto the semi-final and the team accounted for Woodlawn College 1-0.

In the final we faced off against MacKillop and in a scrappy affair the team conceded their only goal of the day in a 1-0 defeat. Well done to all squad members in regard to the effort and commitment displayed in making the final and the sportsmanship shown throughout the day.

Mr Evan Berger
Coach

Girls Team

After an early exit in the Bill Turner Trophy competition losing 2-1 to St Paul's Kempsey, the girls were keen to play more soccer together at the Diocesan Gala day.  The girls played exceptionally well undefeated in their pool group.

  • St Mary’s Casino 3-0 win
  • McAuley College Grafton 1-0 win
  • St Joseph's Banora Point 5-0 win
  • John Paul College Coffs Harbour 2-2 draw.

In the semi-final against Xavier College Ballina, the girls fought hard against a quality opponent. The match was evenly poised with chances for both teams. With a goal not given to us in the first half and a late runaway goal to Xavier left the result at a 1-0 loss.

The girls played great and are to be congratulated for their efforts.

Mr Michael Morson
Coach

6th June 2021

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1st June 2021

A very successful Hastings Education Fund (HEF) Golf Day was held last Sunday.  Please find a final wrap from the HEF Committee below:
Thanks to the Port Macquarie Golf Club team, and all the golfers, helpers, raffle ticket buyers and prize donors who contributed to our successful golf day and annual raffle draw yesterday. Read on for the list of raffle prizes donors and winners with thanks to all again for your support...
1st: $1250 Luxury Getaway Package at The Cove, Forster courtesy Richard & Anne Vella with $200 Spice Monkey dining voucher donated by First National Real Estate Forster-Tuncurry -
*MacKillop College (will use in own fundraiser)

2nd: Harvey Norman Port MacTech & Entertainment $548 Smart Watch -
*Maureen Morrison

3rd:  Your Life Fitness Centre ($399 voucher) and Sandbox @Flynns ($100 voucher) *Bronwyn Pitt

4th:  Mantra $300 accom voucher courtesy of Trish & Chris Denny -
*Mick Cannon

5th: Anne Johnston Photography $280 family portrait session -
*Karl Eisner

6th: Drury Lane Eatery $200 Voucher -
*Peter Hearle

7th: Malabar Indian Restaurant Darlinghurst $200 voucher -
*Maureen Morrison

8th: Johnny Walker Blue Label (value $200 private donor) -
*James Dunn

9th: Hastings Co-op $150 indulgence hamper -
*Jenny Cooper

10th: Bennetts Steel W’hope Easy Burn Flatpack Fire Kit - *Kay Wood

11th: Twotriplefour Restaurant @ Cassegrains  $100 dining voucher -
*Ron Lavendar
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1st June 2021
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31st May 2021

Congratulations to Phoebe Bentley (Yr 12) who competed at the NSW All Schools Swimming Championships last week in Sydney as part of the NSW Catholic Combined Colleges Team.  Phoebe competed in six events, her results are listed below:

  • Event 18: Girls 17+ 50m Freestyle - 2nd in 27.02s Q
  • Event 40: Girls 17+ 50m Butterfly - 6th in 29.91s
  • Event 50: Girls 17+ 200m Freestyle - 4th in 2.09.87s
  • Event 103: Girls 17+ 100m Freestyle - 2nd in 58.48s Q NR
  • Event 132: Girls 17+ 200 IM - 6th in 2.27.90s
  • Event 163: Girls 17+ 400m IM - 3rd in 5.16.63s Q NR

Phoebe broke her own college records in the following events:

  • NR 100m Freestyle - new record 58.48s, old record 58.86s
  • NR 400m Individual Medley - new record 5.16.63s, no old record

Q Due to COVID there are no School Sport Australia events in 2021.  Students who finished top three in their event were listed in the NSW All Schools Merit Squad.  Phoebe made this squad for three events.

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Michael Cannon
SJRC Leader of Sport

31st May 2021

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27th May 2021

How do you find out about events that are coming up.  

There are four ways:

  1. Firstly, our SJRC Sports Website.  All information is posted here first.  There is a calendar of events on the front page with links to further information.  There is also a news sidebar for the latest results and competition reports.
  2. Secondly, our Facebook Pages of which there are two.  The first is a Public Facebook Page that the wider community has access to - Like it to include in your news feed. The second is our Closed Facebook Group also called St Joseph’s Regional College but is a closed group for students and staff.  The same information is posted here but unlike the public page, students are able to post and ask questions.  You must first apply to be a member and I will accept your request.
  3. Thirdly, our Newsletter which is emailed to staff and students each Friday of term and is also available on the SJRC website.  Every student should be reading this on a weekly basis.
  4. Email - check regularly.

I suggest keeping your ear to the ground and tap into all these methods so you don’t miss out.

Don’t be afraid to try out – you will never know if you never go. 

Michael Cannon
SJRC Leader of Sport

27th May 2021

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23rd May 2021

Congratulations to Sam Watts (Yr 9) who was selected in the NSW Catholic Combined Colleges 15 Boys Rugby League Team after a trial at St Mary's last week.  Sam now goes on to trial for a place in the NSW All Schools 15 Boys Team.  That trial will be over three days 22nd - 24th June and also held at St Mary's Stadium.

Team Lists:

Michael Cannon
SJRC Leader of Sport

23rd May 2021

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On Friday 21st May, 35 students travelled to McAuley College, Grafton to compete at the Lismore Diocesan Cross Country Championships.

The day started with walking the course - it was very different to the SJRC track and a true cross country test.  There were two different circuits - 3km and 4km.  Age groups ran different distances - the older the further.

Results are at the link below. SJRC students are highlighted yellow.  Congratulations to the following students who qualified for the Diocesan team (highlighted green).  They now compete at the NSWCCC Championships held at Sydney Motorsport Park Eastern Creek on Tuesday 8th June 2021.

  • Keira Donovan - 13 Girls (3km)
  • Chloe Cooper - 18 Girls (6km)
  • Jasmine Ferguson - Girls Multi Class (3km) Pending
  • Brendan Walsh - 15 Boys (4km)
  • Matthew Walsh - 18 Boys (8km)
  • Matthew Gleeson - 18 Boys (8km)

2021 Diocesan Cross Country Results

Thank you to the staff who travelled with the team: Mr Michael Morson,  Mrs Diana Walsh, Mr Michael Cannon and Mr Cameron Hunt.

Michael Cannon
SJRC Leader of Sport

23rd May 2021

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20th May 2021

Congratulations to our Senior Basketball teams who performed well at the Diocesan Championships held in Coffs Harbour yesterday.

The boys' team was defeated in the semi-finals and the girls were runners-up on the day.  

Please see the links below for full results.

Full report to come ....

2021 Diocesan Basketball Round Robin

2021 Diocesan Basketball Finals

Mr Michael Cannon
Leader of Sport

20th May 2021

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