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Outdoor Sports Cancelled 10/8/19

All outdoor games have been cancelled for 10/8/19 due to the Severe Weather Forecast. All indoor games will go ahead as normal.

Life Member Inductee for 2016

SA Catholic Secondary School Girl's Sports Association would like to congratulate Tony Byles from Marryatville High School on being inducted as a life member to the Association for 2016.

Tony has been in the Sports Coordinator's role at Marryatville High School since 2006. During this time he has also been the Venue Coordinator at the school on Saturday Mornings, through both Summer and Winter seasons.

Marryatville has one of the largest state school sporting programs in South Australia and Tony's enthusiasm and leadership is one of the main reasons Marryatville has been able to maintain such a large program and high participation rate.

As well as coordinating multiple teams across Volleyball, Touch Football, Tennis, Basketball, Netball and Soccer, Tony also manages the boy's sporting teams.

Congratulations Tony on a well deserved nomination.

2015 NEWS REPORTS

***2015 Premiership Table LATEST NEWS UPDATE**** posted 26 Feb 2015

Due to the hot weather cancellations of rounds 1 & 2 for Term 1 Saturday Sport, there will be NO play-off round or premiership table. The Round 6 draw on 28 March will be replaced with the Round 1 draw from 14 Feb 2015. Therefore NO RESULTS will need to be submitted to Kylie for Term 1 Saturday sport. This was approved by the SACSSGSA Executive Committee on Tuesday 24 February 2015. Please note Tuesday and Thursday competition has not been changed and will remain as normal with premiership points tallied. Thank you for your support. Kylie Iuliano, SACSSGSA Executive Officer posted 26 Feb 2015.

***2015 Changes to Hot Weather Policy LATEST NEWS UPDATE**** posted 26 Feb 2015.

If the temperature for the forthcoming SATURDAY is forecast at 38ºC on the Bureau of Meteorology’s web site at 8.00am on Friday (instead of 12.00pm), all secondary sport will be cancelled. For extreme circumstances where the forecast changes after 8am on the Friday (instead of 12.00pm) to be above 38ºC an email and text message will be sent to all school sport coordinators informing them of the cancellation of ALL Sport for the following morning.

 

ACNA Championships Cancelled for 2013 and 2014

South Australia has made the very hard decision to withdraw from the 2013 and 2014 Australasian Catholic Netball Championships. This decision has not been made lightly and was a result of discussions with both the SACSSGSA Executive Committee as well as the Catholic Education Office.

After consultation with Queensland and Victoria, we have all decided that sending teams away to Sydney would not be in our best interest. Due to new regulations in New South Wales this year this has resulted in the other states withdrawing due to insufficient information being given in a timely manner to secure the success of the week.

After much consultation with our Catholic Education Office, Executive Committee and my President we felt that it is in the best interests of our players, coaches and parents to withdraw from the Championships now.

We regret that this decision has had to be made but feel that it is the correct thing to do under the current circumstances.  We thank you for the time and effort that you have already put in to attend trials and training sessions and look forward to your continued support of the Championships in the future.

South Australian Catholic Secondary School Girls' Sports Association

The South Australian Catholic Secondary Schools Girls’ Sports Association is a not for profit organisation which aims to promote all aspects of Extra Curricula Sport. The Association strives to provide a range of sporting opportunities for female secondary school students who attend associated Catholic and State Schools across Adelaide and South Australia. Underpinning the Associations policies, philosophies and strategies is the Catholic tradition and ethos, along with the acknowledgement and understanding of the vital role sport plays in an individual’s overall development and wellbeing.