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Our 4 sec touch teams at CCC touch yesterday proudly wearing the Wollongong colours. They were all great ambassador…

Good luck to all our primary swimmers and relay teams competing at the NSWPSSA Swimming State Championships over th…

Sec touch teams on the bus to Nelson Bay for the CCC Touch Championships. Good luck to our teams.

Good luck to our secondary teams heading to Nelson Bay for the NSWCCC Touch championships and selections. Wollongon…

Backstroke junior girls ready for a start

200m freestyle senior girls in the pool at Homebush

Corpus Christi boys take the gold in the 4x50m freestyle relay

Big day of sport today. Good luck to our pri AFL students in Wagga at the Mackillop Trials and our sec swimmers at…

Warm up at the primary girls touch trials @ Dalton Park

Primary Touch trials at Dalton Park, Fairy Meadow. Good luck to all students.

Action from the secondary tennis teams event @ Beaton Park

Good Samaritan girls take gold in the junior 4x50m freestyle relay at the Mackillop swim trials. Great work girls!

Junior girls backstroke in the water at the MacKillop swim trials @ Homebush

Opening ceremony with our Wollonging Reps at Mackillop Swimming

Warm up under way at Homebush for the Mackillop swim trials

15’s & Open Rugby League selection trials tomorrow at Gibson Park, Thirroul. Good luck to all players.

Good luck to all our Wollongong Swimmers competing at Homebush tomorrow for the CPS MacKillop Swim Trials. Swim wel…

Secondary Rugby League Trials Wed 20 March have been POSTPONED. Back up date is Wed 27 March.

Some quality swimming in between the odd shower at Corrimal Pool for our secondary catholic schools.

On the blocks at the secondary swim championships at Corrimal Pool

Illawarra schools proudly represent the Diocese at NSW Catholic Primary Schools Basketball Challenge

Posted 9 November 2018 by Catholic Education

Over 280 students from five of our Illawarra schools have competed against hundreds of other Catholic school students from across NSW and the ACT in the 35th annual NSW Catholic Primary Schools Basketball Challenge (CPSBC).

The tournament - this year hosted by St Christopher’s, Panania - is one of the largest sporting tournaments for primary school students in NSW. The strong presence of the Diocese of Wollongong could not be missed, with St Paul’s, Albion Park; Stella Maris, Shellharbour; Nazareth, Shellharbour City; Ss Peter and Paul, Kiama; and St Brigid’s, Gwynneville taking 40 teams between them to play at venues across Bankstown, Menai, Sutherland and Riverwood.

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