Junior School Sports Success

March 4, 2022  

NASSA Junior Swimming Competition

On Tuesday night our Junior School swimmers were able to compete in the NASSA Swimming competition. NASSA level competition is the first step towards representing the School at state level in the CIS competitions. 

28 students from Year 2 to Year 6 competed with many of the younger students both nervous and excited to swim in the same venue as the Sydney Olympics. Those nerves did not show in the pool though, as all students put in exceptional performances and secured first place and the 2022 NASSA Swimming Championship for TIGS!  

Mr Deck – Head of Sport would like to thank our staff members Mrs Dribbus, Mr Edgerton and Ms Pedroza who guided and supported our young swimmers through the night and all the parents who attended, it was fantastic to see our community in person again after so many months. 

Congratulations to all of our Junior School swimmers on such a fantastic result. 

Unfortunately the Senior School NASSA swimming competition has been cancelled due to the severe weather. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.


Tennis Champion!

Congratulations Ethan Bottele in Year 2.

Ethan has been playing tennis and winning at club level for several years. In 2021, he started playing UTR (Universal Tennis Ranking and Tennis Australia) Tournaments where he has either been the winner or finalist in each tournament he has played. The following are some of his recent achievements:

  • 2021 South Regional Canberra Juniors Open – 10 and under Champion
  • 2021 Tennis Wollongong JUS – 10 and under Runner Up – Finalist
  • 2021 Northern NSW UTR Series – Coffs Harbour 10 and under Champion
  • 2022 Victoria Junior Championships – 10 and under Champion
  • 2022 South East Region – Tennis Wollongong – 10 and under – Runner Up – Finalist

Ethan’s Universal Tennis Ranking is already a 2 and he has been selected to represent his region at the Tennis Australia 2022 Davis Cup Bluewall Camp in March.

Congratulations Ethan! 



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