Tennis News & Updates

NSWCCC  TEAMS TENNIS – MONDAY 30TH MAY 2022 BATHURST 

Congratulations to St John’s College, Woodlawn ( both boys and girls) tennis teams who attended the CCC Championships. Unfortunately, Mt St Patrick’s open girls’ team withdrew and Woodlawn girls being the runner-up team were eager to attend the CCC Championships. The weather conditions in Bathurst were poor throughout the day ( cold and wet) and eventually play needed to be suspended, although semi-finalists were determined. Unfortunately, the Lismore teams from Woodlawn College missed the finals but enjoyed the experience against quality tennis players.
 
Below is part of the convener’s report from the 2022 CCC tennis teams championships. 
 
Of the tennis played on the day, it was sensational. So many good matches and these were often very close. A huge congratulations to all involved.  It was a very cold 2022 Teams event.
In the afternoon, the semi-finals started and were looking pretty promising with the weather. Unfortunately wet weather just before 2pm and then at 3pm, a downpour of ice in the freezing temps resulted in the carnival needing to stop.
The carnival could not finish, nor could there be a selection of the winning NSWCCC school teams to progress to the National tournament run by Tennis Australia in November. As a result, CSNSW allowed the following on Monday 6th June at the Parramatta tennis centre. 
6th June Parramatta Tennis Centre (Barton Street North Parramatta)
9am – Finish semi finals for Girls: OLMC Parramatta v Santa Sabina, and Boys: St Columbas, Springwood v Edmund Rice Wollongong (Winners to progress to GF).
11am – Grand Final of Girls: St Mary’s Star of the Sea Wollongong v winning girls semi; and Boys Grand final: St Augustine’s v winning boys semi.

 

LISMORE DIOCESE SECONDARY TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS – 28TH APRIL, 2022 AT SOUTH TWEED HEADS

The Lismore Diocesan Tennis Gala day was eventually held on Thursday 28th April at Tweed Heads. Like most sporting events in the Lismore Diocese tennis was postponed due to major flooding.  Well done to all teams who participated on the day with some great tennis played throughout the day. All the best to the open winners, St John’s College, Woodlawn (boys) and Mt St Patrick, Murwillumbah (girls), as they will now attend the CCC teams’ tennis at Bathurst. Thank you to Madeline Ilic (convener)  for organising a great day’s tennis.

Overall winners on the day:

Junior Girls 
Winner – St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour.
2nd – Xavier College, Ballina
 
Junior boys 
Winner – MacKillop College, Port Macquarie.
2nd – St John Paul College,Coffs Harbour.
 
Open Girls 
Winner – Mt St Patrick Murwillumbah
2nd – St John’s College, Woodlawn.
 
Open Boys 
Winner – St John’s College, Woodlawn.
2nd – St Mary’s College, Casino

NSWCCC  TEAMS TENNIS – MONDAY 31ST MAY 2021 BATHURST 

Congratulations to the boys from St John Paul College Coffs Harbour in winning the NSWCCC teams tennis at Bathurst this year.  They will now progress to the National Teams Event in Albury hosted by Tennis Australia. This will take place from the 27th November -1st December. Well done to the girl’s team from Mt St Patrick, Murwillumbah who competed well and finished 8th overall.

It was very cold to start the day at only 2 degrees but did warm up slowly during the day. This didn’t hinder the great tennis played by the 16 school teams from across NSW. Throughout the tournament, many great matches were played with great sportsmanship. 

Results

Boys:
Grand Final: St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour  (Lismore) defeated  St Augustine’s College, Brookvale 5 sets to 1.

Girls:
Grand Final: Holy Spirit College, Bellambi (Wollongong) defeated Aquinas College, Menai (Southern Sydney) 6 sets to 0.

Best of Luck to St John Paul College and Holy Spirit College, Bellambi who will represent NSWCCC at the National Teams Championships in November / December at Albury.

Standings –

Boys final placings

  1. St John Paul College, Lismore
  2. St Augustine’s College, Broken Bay
  3. St Patrick’s College, Southern Sydney
  4. St Gregory’s College, MCS
  5. Edmund Rice College, Wollongong
  6. Marian Catholic College, Kenthurst Parramatta
  7. Red Bend Catholic College, Bathurst
  8. Trinity Catholic College, Goulburn Canberra/Goulburn
Girls final placings
  1. Holy Spirit College, Bellambi Wollongong
  2. Aquinas College, Menai Southern Sydney
  3. Santa Sabina College, CGSSSA
  4. MacKillop College, Bathurst 
  5. St Mary’s College, Gunnedah Armidale
  6. Mater Dei Catholic College, Wagga Wagga
  7. Marian Catholic College, Kenthurst Parramatta
  8. Mt St Patrick College, Lismore

LISMORE DIOCESE SECONDARY TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS – 9TH MARCH 2021 AT SOUTH TWEED HEADS

Overall winners on the day:

Junior Girls
Winners – St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour
Runners up –  St John’s College, Woodlawn
 
Junior boys 
Winners –  St John’s College, Woodlawn
Runner up – St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour
 
Open Girls
Winners – Mt St Patrick College, Murwillumbah
Runners up – St Mary’s College, Casino
 
Open Boys
Winners – St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour
Runners up – St Mary’s College, Casino
 

Winners and runners up (juniors and senior divisions) receiving their medallions at Lismore Diocesan secondary tennis championships at Sth Tweed Heads


NSWCCC  TEAMS TENNIS – MONDAY 3RD JUNE 2019 BATHURST 

Congratulations to the girls from St Mary’s College Casino in winning the NSWCCC teams tennis at Bathurst this year. They will now progress to School Sport Australia in Albury. Well done to the boy’s team from St John Paul College Coffs Harbour who competed well and finished 3rd overall.

Eight degrees was the average temperature this year for team tennis. This didn’t hinder the great tennis played by the 19 school teams from across NSW. Throughout the tournament, many great matches were played with great sportsmanship. 

Results

Girls
Grand Final: St Mary’s Casino (Lismore) defeated Monte Sant’ Angelo (CGSSSA) 4 sets All, 27 games – 25 games

Boys
Grand Final: St Mary’s Gunnedah (Armidale) defeated Clancy Catholic College (Southern Sydney) 4 sets to 2, 29 games to 15.

Best of Luck to St Mary’s Casino and St Mary’s Gunnedah who will represent NSWCCC at the School Sport Australia Championships in November at Albury.

Standings

Girls

  1. St Mary’s Casino
  2. Monte Sant Angelo North Sydney
  3. Corpus Christie Oak Flat
  4. OLMC Parramatta
  5. St Peter’s Tuggerah
  6. OLMC Cronulla
  7. Mater Dai Wagga Wagga
  8. St Mary’s Gunnedah

 La Salle Bathurst did not participate in the plate finals

Boys

  1. St Mary’s Gunnedah
  2. Clancy Catholic College West Hoxton
  3. St John Paul College Coffs Harbour
  4. St John the Evangelist Nowra
  5. Xavier High Wagga Wagga
  6. St Edwards Gosford
  7. St Gregs Gregory Hills
  8. Trinity College Goulburn
  9. Bede Polding Windsor
  10. James Sheehan Orange.


Lismore Diocese Secondary Tennis Championships – 19th March 2019 at South Tweed Heads

Overall winners on the day:

Junior Boys 1st – St Mary’s 2nd – Mt St Patrick

Junior Girls 1st – Trinity 2nd – Mt St Patrick

Open Boys 1st – SJP Coffs 2nd – Mt St Patrick

Open Girls 1st – St Mary’s 2nd – Mackillop


NSWCCC Teams Tennis Championships 2018

NSWCCC teams tennis championships were played at Bathurst on Monday 4th June. Congratulations to both Lismore Diocesen teams St Mary’s College, Casino (girls) who finished 3rd and MacKillop College, Port Macquarie (boys) who also finished 3rd in the teams championships.

Girls Schools Diocese  
Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy School (North Sydney) CGSSSA 1
 Carroll College (Broulee) Canberra/Goulburn 2
 St Mary’s Catholic College (Casino) Lismore 3
La Salle Academy (Lithgow)  Bathurst/WF 4
Our Lady of Mercy College (Cronulla)  Southern Sydney 5
Mater Dei Catholic College (Wagga Wagga) Wagga Wagga 6
Corpus Christi Catholic High School (Oak Flats) Wollongong 7
St Mary’s College (Gunnedah) Armidale 8
Marion Catholic College (Kenthurst) Parramatta 9

 

Boys Schools Diocese  
St Mary’s College (Gunnedah) Armidale 1
 Kildare Catholic College (Wagga Wagga) Wagga Wagga 2
 MacKillop Catholic College (Port Macquarie) Lismore 3
Holy Spirit College (Bellambi) Wollongong 4
Bede Polding College (South Windsor)  Parramatta 5
St John Bosco College (Engadine) Southern Sydney 6
Trinity Catholic College (Goulburn) Wollongong 7
St Leo’s Catholic College (Wahroonga) Broken Bay 8
All Saint’s College (Maitland) Newcastle 9
James Sheahan Catholic High School (Orange) Bathurst/WF 10

Lismore Diocesan Tennis Championships 2018

The Lismore Diocesan Tennis Championships were held at Arkinstall Park Tennis Complex at South Tweed Heads on Thursday 10th May.

RESULTS are as follows :

OPEN GIRLS Winner: St Mary’s College, Casino. 60 points Runner Up: Mt St Patrick’s College, Murwillumbah. 53 points.

OPEN BOYS Winner: MacKillop College, Port Macquarie. 83 points. Runner Up: St John Paul College, Coffs Harbour. 74 points.

JUNIOR GIRLS Winner: MacKillop College, Port Macquarie, 42 points Runner Up: St John’s College, Woodlawn, 32 points.

JUNIOR BOYS Winner: St Joseph’s College, Banora Point, 30 points. Runner Up: St Joseph’s Regional College, Port Macquarie, 23 points

Thank you to convener Shannon Parker (St Joseph’s College, Banora Point) and her helpers for a great day of tennis.


NSWCCC Teams Tennis 2017 – Bathurst

Report & results

Lismore Diocesan Tennis Championships 2017

The Lismore Diocesan teams championships were held at Tweed Heads on Thursday 4th May.

Results are as follows:

Open Boys Winner : MacKillop College, Pt Macquarie. Runner Up : Mt St Patrick’s College, Murwillumbah.

Open Girls Winner : St Mary’s College, Casino. Runner Up : Mt St Patrick’s College, Murwillumbah.

Junior Boys Winner: St Joseph’s College, Banora Point. Runner Up: Mt St Patrick’s College,Murwillumbah.

Junior Girls Winner : St Joseph’s College, Banora Point. Runner Up: St John’s College, Woodlawn.

Thank you to convener Madeline Ilic and her wonderful helpers . A great day of tennis.