Football (Soccer) News & Updates

LISMORE V ARMIDALE CCC KNOCKOUT FOOTBALL – 23RD JUNE 2022 COFFS HARBOUR STADIUM SYNTHETIC FIELDS 

A brilliant day for the Lismore Diocese down in Coffs Harbour today for the Lismore Diocese vs Armidale Diocese soccer. 
 
7-10 boys
John Paul College Coffs Harbour defeated McCarthy College Tamworth 5-1.
 
7-9 girls 
Xavier College Ballina defeated McCarthy College Tamworth 3-2
 
Opens boys
MacKillop College Port Macquarie defeated O’Connor College Armidale 4-1
 
Open girls
St Joseph’s Regional Port Macquarie defeated O’Connor College Armidale 8-0. 
 
Special mention to Madeline Lynch from St Joseph’s Regional who scored an amazing 6 goals in their 8-0 win. 
 
Congratulations to all the teams from the Lismore Diocese moving on to the next stage. 
 

LISMORE DIOCESAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 9TH JUNE 2022 RESULTS

The 2022 junior girls (years 7-9) and junior boys ( 7-10) football ( soccer) championships were held at Coffs Harbour International Stadium on Thursday 9th June.

RESULTS

7-9 Girls
Junior Football winners – Xavier College Ballina – a gritty golden goal 4-person drop-off win to get into the finals against Grafton. 

Junior Football runners-up – John Paul Coffs Harbour – defeated only in the finals.

7-10 Boys
Junior Football winners – John Paul College, who were undefeated across the entire day and showcased some high level of skill. 

Junior Football runners-up – St Paul’s Kempsey


DIOCESAN OPEN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2022 RESULTS

The 2022 open girls and open boys football championships final was not this year due to the Northern Colleges experiencing flooding, continual wet weather and ground closures and were unable to hold a Gala Day after several attempts.

The winners of the Southern Colleges Gala Day were St Joseph’s Regional (girls) and MacKillop College (boys). Both of these colleges were declared Lismore Diocesan champions for 2022 and they progressed to round 2 of the CSNSW-Sport State knockout.

2022 DIOCESAN LISMORE OPEN GIRLS & BOYS FOOTBALL SQUADS TO ATTEND NSWCCC CHAMPIONSHIPS – VALENTINE PARK, GLENWOOD, SYDNEY 25TH & 26TH MAY.

Following Diocesan open football trials at Coffs Harbour (Wednesday 27th April) a Lismore Diocesan girls and boys open football team was selected to attend the CCC Football Championships in Sydney. Once again these trials were hampered several times by flooding, wet weather and ground closures this year.
 Armidale Diocese students attended the Lismore Diocesan Trials at Coffs Harbour for the first time. They will certainly add strength to the Lismore teams at the CCC Championships this year and in the future. 
Lismore managers reported that both the girls and boys open teams performed very well in Sydney this year against some very strong opposition from other dioceses’ and had solid results in pool matches.However, no Lismore players were selected for CCC open teams this year.
 
Results
 
OPEN GIRLS: 
Trinity, Lismore

Millie Grace
Isabel Schilling
Jorja Woolfe

St John’s, Woodlawn
Ruby Lowe

St Joseph’s Regional, Port Macquarie
Lauren Johnston

MacKillop, Port Macquarie
Grace Davis
Alanah Logan-Pye

Mt St Pat’s, Murwillimbah
Elizabeth Warne

Xavier, Ballina
Mia Viel
Matilda Peacock

McAuley, Grafton
Navah Crofton

O’Connor, Armidale
Indiana Ramage
Lily Moore

St Paul’s, Kempsey
Ava Ryan
Chelsea Hackenberg
 
OPEN BOYS:
Newman
Casey Orford
 
John Paul – Coffs Harbour
Loki Marchant
Liam Newbery
 
St Josephs Regional 
Chester Wade
Luke Squire
 
St Josephs – Banora
Aidan Watts
Cameron Williams
 
MacKillop
Jack Page
 
McCarthy (ARMIDALE)
Braedan Boonstra
Kilian Apen
 
Trinity
Joseph Mackney
 
Xavier
Tommy Anderson
Nelson Stock
Will Cass

Josh Groves 


LISMORE JUNIOR (YEARS 7-10) FOOTBALL (SOCCER) GALA DAY – 2ND JUNE 2021 COFFS HARBOUR

The Lismore Diocesan Junior (years 7-9 girls and 7-10 boys) Football (soccer) Gala Day was held at Coffs Harbour on Wednesday 2nd June. Students showcased their skills and talents during pool games and both the girls and boys semifinals and finals were exciting and at times intense. Students from all colleges showed very good sportsmanship and a positive attitude throughout the day. Thank you to college managers and coaches and staff from Coffs Stadium. Congratulations and thank you to convener Heath Needs who organised a fantastic day of football.

Results:

GIRLS (Years 7-9) Trinity College, Lismore 1 defeated Xavier College, Ballina  0  in a very exciting game.
BOYS ( Years 7-10) MacKillop College, Port Macquarie 1 defeated St joseph’s Regional, Port Macquarie 0 in a very close, hard-fought contest.
 
Both, Trinity College (girls) and MacKillop College (boys)  teams will now represent Lismore Diocese and teams from Armidale Diocese in the next round of the state knockout at Coffs Harbour on Tuesday, 22nd  June at Coffs Harbour.


2021 DIOCESAN OPEN FOOTBALL (SOCCER) FINALS – 4TH  MAY COFFS HARBOUR

Results

Open Girls – St Joseph’s Regional Port Macquarie 3 defeated Xavier College, Ballina 1. 

Open Boys – St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour 4 defeated Trinity College, Lismore 0


2021 LISMORE DIOCESAN  OPEN GIRLS & BOYS FOOTBALL SQUADS TO ATTEND NSWCCC CHAMPIONSHIPS  VALENTINE PARK GLENWOOD SYDNEY 25TH & 2TH MAY

Results

OPEN GIRLS: Matilda Peacock, Hanna Tait, Navah Crofton, Ava Ryan, Bridie Black, Jorja Woolfe, Phillippa Jacka, Stevie Hart, Zoe McInness, Asha Pearson, Elizabeth Warne, Zora Boskovski, Jessica Watts, Sophie Batchelor, Chloe Organ.
 
OPEN BOYS: Darcy Wills, Duncan Couper, Mason Moore, Huon Lickley, Vaughan Lickley, Chester Wade, Luke Townsend, Taye Power- O’Toole, Jack Page, Sam Gillett, Josh Groves, Ben Oakley, Hayden Pirlo, Lachlan Walker, Theo Clarke. 

LISMORE v ARMIDALE CCC KNOCKOUT FOOTBALL – 25TH JULY 2019 COFFS HARBOUR STADIUM

The results from round 2 CCC football knockout played at Coffs Stadium are below. Thank you to Jim Holmes, Trinity College for convening these games. All games were played in good spirit with some great goals and excellent skill by the players involved in the games. Thank you to team coaches/managers and St John Ambulance in attendance.

  • Under 15 girls: St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour 10 defeated St Mary’s College, Gunnedah 1.
  • Under 15 boys: St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour 7 defeated O’Connor College, Armidale 0.
  • Open girls: St Joseph’s Regional College, Port Macquarie 3 defeated O’Connor College, Armidale 1.
  • Open boys: MacKillop College, Port Macquarie 3 defeated O’Connor College, Armidale 2.

All the best to all Lismore Diocese teams in the next round of the knockout competition.



LISMORE JUNIOR (YEARS 7-10) FOOTBALL (SOCCER) GALA DAY – 20TH JUNE 2019 COFFS HARBOUR

The Lismore Diocesan Junior (years 7-9 girls and 7-10 boys) Football (soccer) Gala Day was held at Coffs Harbour Stadium on Thursday 20th June. Students showcased their skills and talents during pool games and both the girls and boys semifinals and finals were exciting and at times intense. Students from all colleges showed very good sportsmanship and a positive attitude throughout the day. Thank you to college managers and coaches and stall from Coffs Stadium. Congratulations and thank you to convener Jim Holmes to organised a fantastic day of football.

Results:

GIRLS (Years 7-9)  St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour  2 defeated Trinity College, Lismore 1 in a very exciting game.
BOYS ( Years 7-10) St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour 1 defeated Xavier College, Ballina  0 in a very close, hard-fought contest.
 
Both of The St John Paul College teams will now represent Lismore Diocese and teams from Armidale Diocese in the next round of the state knockout at Coffs Harbour on Wednesday 26th June.


CCC OPEN GIRLS & BOYS FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS – 4TH/5TH JUNE 2019 VALENTINE PARK GLENWOOD SYDNEY

The NSWCCC Open Girls and Boys championships were held at Glenwood in Sydney on the 3rd and 4th of June. Both Lismore teams performed very well at the championships and were very competitive in all games. Congratulations to the Lismore players for excellent skills, sportsmanship and being terrific ambassadors for the Lismore Diocese. The Lismore open girls finished up with a win, a draw and 2 losses. The boys were very competitive and finished with a draw and 3 close losses. Thank you to the Lismore coaches and managers – Emma Tamblyn and Heath Needs (girls) and Jacob Heffernan and Jim Holmes (boys).



2019 DIOCESAN OPEN FOOTBALL (SOCCER) FINALS – 2nd MAY COFFS HARBOUR

Results

Open Girls – St Joseph’s Regional Port Macquarie 4 defeated St John’s College, Woodlawn 0 Open Boys – MacKillop College, Port Macquarie 1 defeated Trinity College, Lismore 0



Lismore Diocese v Armidale Diocese Round 2, State Catholic School Knockout 2018 (Coffs Harbour 18 June 2018)

Results

Junior Boys – O’Connor College, Armidale 3 defeated MacKillop College, Port Macquarie 1 Junior Girls – Trinity College Lismore won on a forfeit Senior Girls – Trinity College, Lismore 9 defeated McCarthy College, Tamworth 1 Senior Boys – MacKillop College, Port Macquarie 5 defeated O’Connor College, Armidale 1



CCC Secondary Football ( Soccer) Championships 5-6 June 2018 at Glenwood

Lismore Diocese Open Girls team

Lismore Diocese open girls attended the CCC open girls football ( soccer) championships on Tuesday and Wednesday 5th and 6th of June. The girls were great ambassadors for the Lismore Diocese. They played some very good football against strong opposition.They came away from these championships with a win, draw and two defeats. Congratulations and well done girls. Thank you to Lismore managers Emma Tamblyn and Jim Holmes.


Diocesan Junior Football Championships 29 May 2018 Results

The 2018 junior girls (years 7-9) and junior boys ( 7-10) football ( soccer) championships were held at Coffs Harbour International Stadium on Tuesday 29th May.

RESULTS

Junior Girls: Trinity College, Lismore 2 defeated St Joseph’s Regional, Port Macquarie 1 Junior Boys: MacKillop College, Pt Macquarie 3 defeated St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour 1


Diocesan Open Football Championships 2 May 2018 Results

The 2018 open girls and open boys football championships final were held at Coffs Harbour on Wednesday 2nd May.

Results

Open Girls: Trinity College, Lismore 3 defeated St Joseph’s Regional, Pt Macquarie 0 Open Boys: MacKillop College, Pt Macquarie 2 defeated Trinity College, Lismore 1


Diocesan Open Football Championships 2017 Results

The 2017 open boys and open girls football championships final were held at Coffs Harbour on Thursday 20th July.

Results

Open Girls: Trinity Catholic College, Lismore 4 defeated St Paul’s Catholic College, Kempsey 0 Open Boys: MacKillop Catholic College, Pt Macquarie 1 defeated Trinity Catholic College, Lismore 0


Diocesan Junior Football Championships 2017 Results

The junior boys ( years 7-10) and junior girls (years 7-9 ) football ( soccer) Diocesan Championships was held at Coffs Harbour International Stadium on Wdnesday 19th July.

Junior Boys Results

First Place Trinity Catholic College, Lismore defeated MacKillop Catholic College, Pt Macquarie , 1 nil in the final.

Playoff for 3rd Place St John Paul Catholic College, Coffs defeated St Paul’s Catholic College Kempsey 1 nil.

Junior Girls Results

Final St John Paul Catholic College, Coffs defeated McAuley Catholic College, Grafton 9 /8 in a penalty shootout after playing a nil all draw in normal time and after playing extra time.

3rd Place Trinity Catholic College, Lismore defeated Xavier Catholic College, Ballina 2 nil.


NSWCCC Football (Soccer) Selection Trials – Glenwood 30/31 May 2017

Results:

Lismore 3 – 1 Sydney Catholic Colleges Lismore 0 – 3 Parramatta Lismore 1 – 1 Newcastle/Maitland Lismore 0 – 4 Wollongong

Secondary Football

Open Boys Football


2017 Open Boys’ and Open Girls’ Football (Soccer) Nomination Form

The CCC Football Knockout Round 3 was held on Tuesday 26th July at Coffs Harbour . Congratulations to Trinity Catholic College ( 7-9 girls and open girls team) and MacKillop 7-10 boys who defeated O’Connor College, Armidale. These 3 Lismore Diocesan teams move to the next round.

Results: 7-10 boys – MacKillop Catholic College 7 defeated O’Connor, Armidale 1 7-9 girls – Trinity Catholic College 8 defeated O’Connor , Armidale 0 OPEN girls -Trinity Catholic College 12 defeated O’Connor, Armidale 0 OPEN boys – O’Connor, Armidale 1 defeated Trinity Catholic College 0