OSA Sport Teams
- Old Scholars
Congratulations to our Year 12 students
• 18.5% of students in top 1% nationally
• 48.2% of students in top 5% nationally
Dates for the next School Tours are:
Thursday 25 May at 9am and Saturday 24 June at 9am.
The Old Scholars’ Soccer team was founded in 2012 and entered the FFSA Collegiate League.
Made up of predominantly Old Scholars with some current students, the team has achieved significant success both on and off the field.
In its first season, the team finished second, but went on to win the league champion title in 2013 and the division 4/5/collegiate cup final in 2014. The team finished as brave runners up of the Collegiate League in 2015 which was a season plagued with heavy injuries.
In 2014, the Team secured a major sponsor in The Maid, however the team continues to fundraise including supporting School events.
We are currently recruiting new players for a 2017 team. Please contact Megan McCormack at email@example.com for all playing and sponsorship information.
Visit our Old Scholars’ Soccer Facebook page for more information.
The Old Scholars’ Netball team was established in September 2013 and entered the SAUNCNA competition at Anzac Highway.
The team had an outstanding second season succeeding as 2014 Winter premiers. The team finished fourth in the A grade of the 2015 winter season.
The winter season commences in April and the summer season in October.
Training is on a Tuesday evening in the School gym with games on a Saturday afternoon.
The girls continue to successfully fundraise to accommodate all their on and off court costs.
Please contact Victoria Worrell (Kilburn ’10) on 0400 301 214 for all playing and sponsorship information. New players welcome.
Visit our Old Scholars’ Netball Facebook page for more information.
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