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Are Brooks and Moses the answer to our Origin prayers?

With Nathan Cleary ruled out for this year’s State of Origin series, who will new Blues coach Michael Maguire select in just over a week for Game I?

Spirit of the Game: Is this Mariners side the best Australia...

Following their recent AFC Cup final win, the Central Coast Mariners have already defied all the odds. On their way to do it again, is this team making the case as the greatest Australian side?

Faith keeps Tanna’s footy dreams alive

Work hours are a bit longer than your typical nine-to-five for Tanna Featherstone, but for this young athlete, there’s a lot on the [try] line at stake here.

Are red cards killing the A-League?

While we may have witnessed more than half a thousand goals this A-League Mens season, it seems the X-factor is still missing in a competition where red cards and drama continue to dominate each week heading into finals.

Spirit of the Game: The A-League Derby showed football really does...

People often say that football belongs to the fans. That bothers me. As a fan myself, I think it’s a bit selfish. For starters, it neglects everyone else involved in making the beautiful game come alive—players, managers and coaching staff, to say the least. But this weekend’s A-League Mens Sydney derby proved me wrong... Read the first Spirit of the Game column by George Al-Akiki

Victorious Joeys rowers set sights higher

Students from the St Joseph’s College First VIII rowing crew are looking to swap Sydney lakes for international waters as they look to the Junior World Championships in Canada.

John Bosco debuts with handball wins

St John Bosco College, Engadine has launched its all-abilities sports program for students, joining dozens of schools already involved in the program.

Students setting new records at the secondary conference swimming carnivals

More than 1000 Sydney Catholic Schools students dove into a series of four secondary conference swimming carnivals which ends this month.

2024 Trial Season has begun for Sydney Catholic Schools primary students

Primary trials for the 2024 season have officially begun, with hundreds of students hoping to advance to the next round of competition

Ready to row? Sydney Catholic Schools rowing is back for 2024

Gen Z’s own ‘oarsome foursome’ may not be so far away, as Sydney Catholic Schools gears up for the 2024 rowing foundation program.

Fr Pawel Barszczewski OP learns spiritual lessons from New York Marathon

The St Joseph's Kingswood assistant parish priest crossed the finish line after a gruelling five-hour run, winning a few spiritual insights on the way

Smoke on the water at SCS dragon boat camp

Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) was thrilled to introduce an exhilarating dragon boating holiday camp, that took place during the first week of the school holidays, in partnership with Dragon Boating NSW and Eastern Suburbs Dragon Boat Club in the picturesque locale of Rose Bay.
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