ONE TEAM ONE DREAM IN 2016

CORPUS SPORT MISSION
Corpus Sport is about much more than winning.
We aim to be the best we can be.
We are an inclusive sporting community that celebrates diversity.
Corpus sport aims to develop spirit, leadership,
Friendship, belonging, respect and commitment.
We believe in nurturing lifelong participation in sport through a balanced 'all round' program. 

COMMITMENT – COURAGE - CONNECTEDNESS

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WHAT SPORT CAN I PLAY IN 2016?

The following extra-curricular sporting opportunities are available to Year 7 students in 2016:

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

ACC Swimming

Boys Cricket

Girls Basketball

Boys Tennis

Girls Tennis

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Cross Country

Girls Netball

Boys Basketball

Boys Golf

Girls Golf

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Athletics

Boys Badminton

Girls Badminton

Boys AFL Football

Girls AFL Football

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

Boys Cricket

Girls Cricket

Boys Triathlon

Girls Triathlon

Boys Water Polo

Girls Water Polo

Ultimate Frisbee

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

The following extra-curricular sporting opportunities are available to Year 8 students in 2016:

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

ACC Swimming

Boys Cricket

Girls Basketball

Boys Tennis

Girls Tennis

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Cross Country

Boys AFL Football

Boys Basketball

Girls Netball

Boys Hockey

Girls Hockey

Boys Soccer

Girls Soccer

Boys Golf

Girls Golf

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Athletics

Boys Badminton

Girls Badminton

Boys AFL Football

Girls AFL Football

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

Boys Cricket

Girls Cricket

Girls AFL Football

Boys Triathlon

Girls Triathlon

Boys Water Polo

Girls Water Polo

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

The following extra-curricular sporting opportunities are available to Year 9 students in 2016:

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

ACC Swimming

Boys Cricket

Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball

Boys Golf

Girls Golf

Boys Touch

Girls Touch

Boys Tennis

Girls Tennis

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Cross Country

Boys AFL Football

Girls AFL Football

Girls Netball

Boys Hockey

Girls Hockey

Boys Soccer

Girls Soccer

Boys Golf

Girls Golf

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Athletics

Boys Badminton

Girls Badminton

Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball

Boys Touch

Girls Touch

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

Boys Cricket

Girls Cricket

Girls AFL Football

Boys Triathlon

Girls Triathlon

Boys Water Polo

Girls Water Polo

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

The following extra-curricular sporting opportunities are available to Senior School students in 2016:

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

ACC Swimming

Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball

Boys Cricket

Girls Netball

Boys Golf

Girls Golf

Boys Badminton

Girls Badminton

Boys Tennis

Girls Tennis

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Cross Country

Boys AFL Football

Girls AFL Football

Girls Netball

Boys Soccer

Girls Soccer

Boys Badminton

Girls Badminton

Boys Hockey

Girls Hockey

Boys Golf

Girls Golf

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

ACC Athletics

10 Boys AFL Football

Boys Badminton

Girls Badminton

Boys Touch

Girls Touch

Boys Tennis

Girls Tennis

Boys Water Polo

Girls Water Polo

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

Boys Triathlon

Girls Triathlon

Running Club

Fitness Club

Climbing Club

Parents and families are very welcome at all sporting fixtures. If any parents are interested in coaching or managing a team please contact the Sports Coordinator - Mr James Howard by phoning 6332 2614 or email jhoward@corpus.wa.edu.au

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ACC A DIVISON SWIMMING REPORT 2016

The ACC A Division Swimming Carnival was held at HBF Stadium Mt Claremont on Wednesday 23 March 2016.

It was a challenging but rewarding day for our committed Corpus team who swam for and with each other, remaining true to our 2016 sporting maxim ‘One Team, One Dream’. Our students were professional, courageous and consistently impressive across all strokes against elite opposition.

We achieved our ‘Top 5’ goal and exceeded expectations by claiming 4th in the overall aggregate shield. Simply put, it was our strongest performance ever at an ACC Swimming Carnival!

  ACC A Division Swimming

Combined Aggregate Sacred Heart 1346 John XXlll 1077 All Saints’ 1048 Corpus Christi 1022 St Mark’s 889 Kolbe 867

Boys Aggregate Sacred Heart 682 CBC Fremantle 579 John XXlll 543 Corpus Christi 528 All Saints 505 Mazenod 466 St Mark’s 451 Kolbe 420  

Girls Aggregate Sacred Heart 664 Mercedes 639 All Saints’ 543 John XXlll 534 Corpus Christi 494 Kolbe 447 St Mark’s 438 St Brigid’s 417

Senior Boys Sacred Heart 332 CBC Fremantle 325 Corpus Christi 281 Kolbe 262 Mazenod 253 John XXIII 222 St Mark’s ACS 216 All Saints College 200

Senior Girls Sacred Heart 322 Mercedes 296 John XXIII 296 Al Saints College 288 Corpus Christi 268 St Brigid’s 209 Kolbe 207 St Mark’s ACS 193

The Corpus Team was superbly led by our Captains Katie McFarlane and Trent Weir during preparations and on the big day. Corpus had a number of standout individuals on the day. Congratulations to the following swimmers who finished in the top 4 in Age Group Champion standings.

U/17 Female 1st Claire Coten
U/19 Male 2nd Trent Weir
U/16 Female 2nd Kayla Weekes
U/14 Male 3rd Melvin Ding
U/19 Female 4th Lucy Weekes
U/13 Male 4th Max Coten

Heartfelt thanks must go to our wonderful coaches in Mia Behsman and Paul Bajada whose professionalism and positivity has been inspiring to all associated with the team. To the sensational PE team at Corpus, Sheldon McIntyre, Stephen Kingwell, Deb Santaromita, Lesley McCauliffe, Wendy Quint, Ian Bean, Simon Messer and Laura Birkhead who have all supported with early morning training, swim camp and carnivals, you have all been integral to the success this season.

All the results from the A Division Swimming Carnival are now available on the ACC web site (www.accsport.asn.au). Carnivals – Swimming – Results. Previous year’s results can sometimes be stored in web cache and you may need to refresh the files to open the current results.

Results can also be accessed via the SPORTAL on Coneqt, under ACC Results.

James Howard
Sports Coordinator

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NINA BROWN - GYMNASTICS WA

BrownCongratulations to Nina Brown who was recently selected as a member of the Gymnastics Western Australia State Team to attend the 2016 Australian Trampoline Gymnastics Championships at Hisense Arena, Melbourne VIC from 30th May-5th June. It is an honour to be selected to represent your state at this prestigious event. Congratulations Nina!

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LUKE DOBSON AND JACK MUSIKA - BOYS AFL

dob_MusMr Luke Dobson and Jack Musika are to be congratulated on their selection to represent WA in the 2016 Under 15 s AFL Team, competing in Maroochydore, QLD from 22 to 31 July, 2016. Congratulations boys!

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LILLY BIRD - GIRLS AFL

BirdLily Bird, is to be congratulated on her selection to represent WA in the 2016 Under 15 s Girls AFL Team, competing in Maroochydore, QLD from 22 to 31 July, 2016. well done Lilly!

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HARRISON CORMACK - Under 14s National Waterpolo Championships

Harrison recently attended the Under 14s National Championships over the Easter period on the Gold Coast. His team the City Beach Bears were successful in winning the gold medal over the Hunter Hurricanes in what ended up being a tight game 10 goals to 9. Congratulations Harrison!

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TRAVIS FEE AND JOHN BACUS - State Basketball

Congratulations to Travis Fee and John Bacus who have been selected in the U16 State Metro Mens Basketball Team to compete at the National Championships being held in Kilsyth, Victora during the week of 2 - 9 July 2016.

Over 70 boys tried out for the team and 10 players only were chosen after 3 long months of try outs. Congratulations Travis.

PS: Please support our boys by donating, buying or just by sharing the links of our fundraising initiatives to your family and friends:

  • Entertainment book: https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/93z4657
  • GoFund Me page: https://www.gofundme.com/u16waboys
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    MICHAAEL ORTON - State Rowing

    Michael competed in the Sydney International Rowing Regatta in Penrith from 13th March to 21st March 2016.

    As part of that regatta there are a couple of major events. The Australian Open Rowing Championships and the Australian Open Schools Rowing Championships, in which Michael competed in both.

    In the Australian Open Rowing Championships he competed in four events (under 19 single scull, under 19 double scull, under 19 quad scull and Club Eight for the Swan River Rowing Club) with a range of results. In the singles and doubles he was eliminated in the semis, in the quad he came 6th in the Final and then finished with a strong second in the Final of the Club Eight.

    In the Australian Open Schools Rowing Championships he competed in the singles sculls as a representative of Corpus Christi College.

    He progressed well through the heat, repechage and semis and missed the Final by one position. His final result was 7th in the Final.

    Similarly, all his events in the Australian Open Rowing Championships were also in an open weight division making it very challenging to compete against boys that are up to 30kg+ heavier than him. Next year he will be old enough to enter some lightweight divisions, which will allow for a more level competition.

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    MAYA SURJAN - State Gymnastics

    Congratulations to Maya Surjan who has been selected as a member of the Western Australian Women's Gymnastics State Team for 2016. Maya will be attending the 2016 Australian Women's Gymnastics Championships from the 22nd - 28th May at Hisense Arena, Melbourne VIC. On behalf of the College, we wish Maya a successful and enjoyable tour.

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    TAYLOR CROYER - Triathlon

    Congratulations to Taylor Croyer who recently won a bronze medal at the School Sport National Triathlon Championships. Other students who performed well were Matthew Wesley who came 16th in the (13-14 Year group) and Brook McCoy and Aleisha Wesley who came 8th and 10th respectively in the (17-19 Years group).

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