Welcome to Sport at Carmel College
Carmel College is privileged to have many talented young sports women across all year levels and a variety of sports. We aim to continue to develop their skills and knowledge through providing high quality coaches who encourage an environment where winning games is accomplished through a strong team culture based on the special character of our school.
There are currently over 20 sporting codes available across a range of different grades. Regardless of whether your goal is to win, learn new skills, make friends or just have fun – all or four – there is definitely something for you. The Sports and P.E. Department, teachers in charge, coaches, team managers, the Heads of Sport and Sports Council all devote time, energy and expertise to ensure that you have many exciting options.
We hope that you all will take advantage of the many opportunities that our sports and physical recreation programme provides and we look forward to seeing you all on the sports fields in whatever areas you chose to become involved in.
If you are interested in being involved in a sport in 2018 please click HERE for Sport Enrolment form
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Each year Carmel College Year 10 students and some Year 9 participate in the Mercy Cup. This is a tournament between St Mary’s College, McAuley High School and Carmel College in Netball, Basketball and Football. This year St Mary’s will be hosting this event on the 12 August. The competing netball team is 10/1, the basketball team is created from players from U17 & U15 and the Football team is comprised of Year 9 and 10 players who trialed at the start of the football season.
Coaches and Managers
We are always in need of coaches and managers. Coaching support is provided before and during the season should you wish it. Teams are not possible if we do not have adult help. Please contact us if you can help in any way.
School events and school competitions are to be organized 2 months prior if applicable. 3-4 months for school National competitions. We need ample time to organize as letters need to be sent to the board of Trustees by the Sports Department. RAMS and EOTC (safety forms) are required by Senior Management 4 weeks before hand.
There are a number of sports we do not offer at school but we are more than happy to help students enter into various competitions, as a representative of Carmel. Any out of school events, where the student is not representing Carmel, i.e., club competitions or Nationals, need to be organised by parents and rung into school. This is ‘self-interest’ leave.
During the course of the year there are a number of occasions where the school recognises the sporting achievements of its students. The Sports and PE departments generally hear of such successes but there are some girls who reach representative status outside of the school's domain, particularly in minor codes, which we don't know about. It would be great if you let us know about significant achievements.
Sports Awards 2016
|Senior Sportswoman of the Year||Grace Platt|
|Junior Sportswoman of the Year||Tayla Dalton|
|Y7/8 Sportswoman of the Year||Grace Stephen|
|Outstanding Commitment to Sport||Shannon Hughes|
|Outstanding Sporting Achievement||Ashleigh Emery|
|Service to Sport||Talia Wall|
|The Going Cup||Megan Cox|
|Sports Council Award||Jamielee Rogers & Helena Cocker-Valu|
|Junior Athletics Champion||Maria Carbonell-Ganet|
|Intermediate Athletics Champion||Millie Simpson|
|Senior Athletics Champion||Paige Mackie|
|Outstanding Badminton Player||Claudia Tjandra|
|Most Improved Badminton Player||Nicole Ye|
|Outstanding Basketball Player||Tayla Dalton|
|Most Improved Basketball Player||Millie Simpson|
|Best Team Player||Estelle Davidson|
|Outstanding Football Player||Olivia Brewster|
|Most Promising Football Player||Sophie Morrison|
|Most Improved Football Player||Amelia Lythe|
|Outstanding Hockey Player||Marijke McGoon|
|Most Valuable Hockey Player||Paige Mackie|
|Most Improved Hockey Player||Elizabeth Timings|
|Outstanding Hockey Goalkeeping||Colette Hay|
|Senior Judoka Award||Jurlina Carroll|
|Junior Judoka Award||Ashling Shand|
|Karateka of the Year||Emily Brendel|
|Outstanding Senior Netball Player||Helena Cocker-Valu|
|Outstanding Junior Netball player||Tayla Dalton|
|Outstanding Y7/8 Netball player||Grace Buxton|
|Best Team Player||Alex Roa|
|Netball Coaching Award||Jazmin Pirie|
|Best Senior Shooter||Junitta Moa|
|Best Junior Shooter||Grace Buxton|
|Umpiring Cup||Anna Marsden|
|Most Improvement Shown in Season for Umpiring||Sherrice Imbo|
|Outstanding Committment to Rowing||Gabrielle Mackisack|
|Most Committed Rowing Member||Anna Wright|
|The Simpson Trophy for Snow Sports||Grace PLatt|
|Junior Swimming Champion||Katie Theron|
|Intermediate Swimming Champion||Andie Quirke|
|Senior Swimming Champion||Saccha McCormack-Goeth|
|Open Swimming Champion||Saccha McKormack-Goeth|
|Team Player Award||Junitta Moa|
|Most Improved Player||Macie Stewart|
|Outstanding Touch Player||heather Lock|
|Tennis Champion||Anna Marsden|
|Most Valuable Volleyball Player||Gabriella Slight|
|Outstanding Water Polo Player||Shannon Seedall|
|Outstanding Junior Water Polo Player||Maxine Stoute|
|Best Senior Defensive Player||Shannon Hughes|