Monthly Archives: August 2015

Diamond sparkles

Alec Diamond’s star continues to shine brightly as the St Aloysius College athlete again dominated the Combined Associated Schools invitation carnival at ES Marks Field on Saturday. Alec won the open 110m hurdles in personal best time, took out the … Continue reading

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Nicolette, Mia CGSSSA champs

Nicolette Donofrio broke through the 13 second barrier for the first time – not once, but twice – in winning the 13 years 100m at the Catholic Girls’ Secondary Schools’ Sports Association athletics championships at SOPAC last week. Nicolete slid … Continue reading

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Matt delivers the knockout blow

Barker College athletics captain Matt Wood led his senior boys team to victory in the NSW Schools Knockout Championships at SOPAC on Thursday. Matt was a member of the first placed medley relay team and was second in both the … Continue reading

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Alec’s in pb form

Alec Diamond took out the open 200m and 400m championships at the Combined Associated Schools invitation carnival at SOPAC on Saturday. He equaled his personal best time in winning the 200m. His training partner Riley Sloan ran personal bests in … Continue reading

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Austin Powers to victory

Austin Hake won the Metropolitan Catholic Colleges 16 years 400m championship at ES Marks Field on Thursday in personal best time. He clipped 0.3s of his previous best to ake out the one-lapper. Austin was also second in the 200m … Continue reading

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Every Mia has a silver lining

Mia Duggan won the silver medal in the girls 16 years 100m hurdles at the Independent Girls Secondary Schools Association Championships at Sydney Olympic Park on Friday. Representing her school Monte Sant’ Angelo, Mia cracked the 16s barrier for the … Continue reading

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Jackie brings home gold

Jackie Bezuidenhout won gold in her final event of the World Masters Track and Field Championships at Lyon, France, this week. Jackie was a member of the Australian women’s 4x400m relay team which convincingly won the 45+ years age group, … Continue reading

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Captain Matt back on track

Matt Wood celebrated his selection as Barker College athletics captain by winning the open boys 100m and 200m at the Combined Associated Schools invitation carnival at Sydney Olympic Park on Saturday. His training partner in the Ron Bendall squad Alec … Continue reading

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Mia in fine form

Mia Duggan will go into the IGSSA Championships in good form. Competing in Friday’s twilight competition she was a convincing winner of the girls 16 years 100m hurdles. Her Ron Bendall squad training partner Clementine Landels was third in the … Continue reading

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Jackie makes World Champs final

Jackie Bezuidenhout finished eighth in the women’s 45+ years World Championships in Lyon France yesterday. In a thrilling final, 0.15 seconds covered fourth to eighth in a blanket finish. Jackie’s campaign will continue in the 200m, long jump and 4x100m … Continue reading

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