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From the (Acting) Director of Co-curricular

CAS Opens Football Reps

CAS Opens Football Reps

Click here to view Senior and Junior Sport Fixtures, Results, Training Schedules and Maps

CAS Full Rounds Commencing This Week

This week, we commence our first full round of CAS activities for all teams. In regards to this, I want to remind all players, parents, carers and spectators of the importance of the CAS Codes of Conduct, around mutual respect for all involved in schoolboy sporting activities.

Read the CAS Code of Conduct

Click here to view the CAS Code of Conduct on the CAS website

We are at home to Cranbrook this weekend for a number of teams, as well as having fixtures at Cranbrook. This week also signifies the halfway mark of the winter season, and with only two more rounds this Term and another three rounds at the start of next Term, all students need to ensure that they are attending all training sessions and fixtures.

It was great to see many students in attendance last weekend as spectators, correctly attired in their full Waverley College co-curricular or school uniform. There are still a couple of individuals who are not meeting these expectations, and I want to reinforce that it is essential that all students at any co-curricular venue are correctly attired at all times.


Congratulations to the debaters who participated in the inter-schools model UN day at Cranbrook on Tuesday, 30 May. Students participated in a diplomatic simulation of the United Nations to debate and build resolutions to real-world issues. The following students were involved: Dante Fearn, Ben Cromer, Oliver Bracic, Ethan Ooi, James Barber, Lachlan Hoy, Ewan McDonald, Charlie Murphy, Jamie Khov, Matt Woods, Jack Preller, Hugh McDonald.

Piano Competition

Good luck to all students involved in the Piano Competition next Tuesday at the PAC Recital Room.

Surf Aid Competition

Congratulations to Hugo and Brynn Spierings who participated in the annual Surf Aid competition at Bondi Beach last Friday. The organisation has raised nearly $10,000 for underprivileged communities/remote villages in Indonesia via their efforts.


Congratulations to Zac Jones who was successful at the recent CIS Hockey Trials and was selected for the under 16 CIS team. Congratulations also to Kai Jones who was recently selected in both the NSW U18 state team and the CIS Opens Hockey team.

Cross Country

Congratulations to the following students selected in the CAS Cross Country squad to compete at the CIS trials.

13s – 3km: Evan Rowbotham, 14s – 4km: Joshua Peters, 15s – 4km: Blake Richardson, 16s – 6km: Christian Miletic, 17s – 6km: Campbell Groves, Hugo Morgan, James Crowle, Opens – 8km: Jay Briggs.

Impressive Results in Volleyball, Rugby and Football

Our Volleyball teams continue to perform at a high level with some impressive wins recorded last Saturday. Thank you to Ms Emily Pace and the coaches for their commitment to Volleyball.

Last Friday night, our 1st and 2nd XI Football teams played Trinity at Hensley Athletic Field, with both teams recording important wins against a very strong Trinity team. This Friday night the 1st and 2nd XI teams are back at Hensley playing Cranbrook.

1st Football V Cranbrook advertising poster

Additionally, Waverley had a number of students competing for CAS Football at the NSWCIS tournament this week. The Opens CAS Football team won the tournament and the U16 CAS team finished second. Congratulations to all students involved.

Our Rugby teams had some very strong performances over the weekend with some impressive wins – standout performances from the 13As and the 1st XV Rugby teams.

Winter Sports Photos Next Week – Week 7

Winter Co-curricular photos will be held next week from Monday-Thursday, starting at 3:30 pm on campus.

Click here to view the Photo Schedule

Please note the following points:

*Students do NOT have training if their photos are scheduled at the same time as the normal training session

*Full Saturday co-curricular attire required for photos (no boots)

*All students to assemble and get changed on Birrell Street Basketball Courts

*Normal training next week when not impacted by photos.

Co-curricular Training Schedule for Weeks 7-9 – starting next week

Week 7, Term 2

  • Winter Co-curricular photos (see information and schedule above)
  • Training is on as normal this week
  • No training Thursday afternoon for Year 10 – due to Year 10 Dinner Cruise
  • There are no co-curricular activities for the long weekend.

Week 8, Term 2

  • Training is on Tuesday to Friday
  • Final fixture for Term 2 against Barker is on Saturday, 17 June

Week 9, Term 2

  • Training is ONLY on Monday and Tuesday.

Good luck to all teams this weekend for the full round of CAS Fixtures.