Sacred Heart College Win A Division Athletics Carnival

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Sacred Heart College Win A Division Athletics Carnival

Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 - 16:07
Printer-friendly versionCongratulations to Sacred Heart College for winning the A Division Athletics Carnival today at the WA Athletics Stadium. A remarkable effort to have won the athletics 21 years in a row.

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 All the results from the A Division Athletics Carnival are available on the ACC website at https://www.accsport.asn.au/system/files/sportstrak/athletics/2019/athsa/page1.htm 

 

or Carnivals – Athletics – Results. Previous year’s results can sometimes be stored in web cache and you may need to refresh the file to open the current results.  

Newspaper 

Overall team results and Age Champions will be published in the West Australian newspaper in the brief sports section. 

Post Carnival

It is ACC carnival policy that results are not final until three working days after the carnival. Within this period schools are asked to scrutinize all the results and report any errors/disputes to the ACC office. The ACC will investigate all disputes and if valid, results will be changed accordingly.

Age Champions, All Star Team & Record breakers 

The ACC does not announce age championship winners at the carnivals. Championship winners are posted on the web site results after the carnival and will receive a certificate of acknowledgment. Following the series of carnivals, the ACC will compare all results and select an honorary All Star team of the best performers in each event across all carnival divisions. Students selected in the All Star team will receive a certificate and badge of acknowledgment from the ACC. Any student that sets or equals a record at an ACC carnival will also be presented with a certificate of acknowledgement after the carnivals. 

Thank you to all schools for their participation in the carnival. 

ACC Athletics Carnival A Division Combined Aggregate Sacred Heart 1793 Chisholm 1660 Peter Moyes 1557 Corpus Christi 1527 Newman 1524 John Septimus Roe 1433 Boys Aggregate Sacred Heart 896 Mazenod 859 Chisholm 829 Newman 798 Peter Moyes 780 CBC Fremantle 762 Corpus Christi 740 John Septimus Roe 712 Girls Aggregate Sacred Heart 897 Chisholm 831 Mercedes 823 St Brigid’s 798 Corpus Christi 787 Peter Moyes 777 Newman 726 John Septimus Roe 721 Age Champions Open Boys Brendan Rocchi (Chisholm) Open Girls Isabel Daines (Sacred Heart) U16 Boys Jayden Loos (Chisholm) U16 Girls Chanelle Myburgh (St Brigid’s) U15 Boys Aden Browne (John Septimus Roe) U15 Girls Grace Beaglehole (Mercedes) U14 Boys Darren Fernandez (Corpus Christi) U14 Girls Siena Tonkin (Sacred Heart) U13 Boys Aston Archer (Mazenod) U13 Girls Leola Hall (Peter Moyes) Records: Girls U16 1500m Kayla Van Der Linden (Corpus Christ) 4:35.96 Girls U14 Javelin Siena Tonkin (Sacred Heart) 38.74m Boys U14 Discus Robert Marchesi-Scott (Mazenod) 48.10m Girls U13 200m Sienna Fillis (Corpus Christi) 26.13 Girls U13 High Jump Tania Barilla (Newman) 1.53m Boys Open Shot Put Tyler De Lacy (John Septimus Roe) 16.28m Girls U16 800m Kayla Van Der Linden (Corpus Christi) 2:12.99 Girls U13 100m Sienna Fillis (Corpus Christi) 12.74 Girls U16 Javelin Jade Patching (Corpus Christi) 44.43m Boys U14 Shot Put Robert Marchesi-Scott (Mazenod) 16.54m Boys U15 Javelin Alejandro Larranaga-Boyle 52.70m Girls U16 4x100m Relay Sacred Heart 50.94 Boys U16 Izaac Couborough (CBC Fremantle) Shot Put (F01) 8.24m 100m (T01) 15.04 400m (T01) 1:12.93 Boys U16 Julian Miller (Sacred Heart) Shot Put (F20) 6.85m Long Jump (F20) 4.63m 100m (T20) 13.84 400m (T20) 1:08.21 Girls Open Madison Heady (Sacred Heart) 1500m (T36) 8:10.81 Shot Put (F36) 3.65m (F36) 4.25m