Sporting Achievements

Sporting Achievements 2016

Australian/National Representatives

  • Rugby League – 15s Bronson Xeri
  • Rugby League – Opens Curtis Scott, Adam Keighran
  • Football – Naomi Nguyen, Demi Koulizakis, Chloe Avgoustou, Georgia Plessas – Australian Schoolgirls
  • Tennis – Boys places 6th overall in Australia and Australian championships

National Champions

  • Rugby League – Schoolboy Representative National Championship winners Curtis Scott & Adam Keighran

International Tours/Trials

  • Football – Naomi Nguyen, Chloe Avgoustou – Australian tour of Japan and China

State-Final Place

  • Netball – 4th place – CHS Opens
  • Tennis – NSWCHS Mixed Doubles – Antoni Trajkovski and Kelly Gilmour
  • Basketball – Senior Boys round 16 in State, Boys junior 6th in State, Girls Juniors 2nd in State

State Semi-Finalists

  • Netball – CHS Open Team Semi finalists
  • Rugby League – 14s Buckley Shield semi finalists
  • – 16s All Schools State KO semi finalists
  • Football – Futsal Girls U/17s

SE Representatives

  • 64 students represented at the regional level

State representative

  • Cricket – Zac Hart NSW U/14s, Luke Hawksworth NSW U/15s, Colin D’Arcy NSW
  • Netball – Ky-mani Schwenke NSW All Schools Under 16
  • Rugby League – 16s Origin Luke Metcalfe, 18s Origin Curtis Scott (Billy Magnolias, Brock Ilett former students)
  • 15s CHS – Kai Broadhurst, Franklin Pele, Michael Fahd, Bronson Xerri
  • Opens CHS – Curtis Scott (Captain), Adam Keighnan (Player of the Carnival at CHS Trials), William Kennedy
  • Football – Perry Thomas NSW All School, Naomi Nguyen, Georgia Pleases, Demi Koulizakis, Chloe Avgoustou NSW All School, Demi Koulizakis, Georgia
  • Pleases NSW U/17 NSW Institute Team, Thomas Meier NSW Institute squad member
  • Tennis – Antoni Trajkovski, Georgije Babic

Sporting Achievements 2015

NRL Debuts in 2015

  • Shaun Lane (Bulldogs)
  • Rory O’brien (Dragons)
  • Yaw Kiti Glymin (Dragons)
  • John Olive (Souths)
  • Alex Johnston (Australian Kangaroos)


  • Ben Folami – Apprentice at Ipswich Town in English Premiership, in the U/21s squad
  • Thomas Meier – NSW Institute squad member and Sydney FC U/18s player
  • Dean Krkovski – Western Sydney Wanderers U/18s player


  • 6 of the 8 semi finalists at the Sydney East Championship were Jack Clisdell, Mitchell Gilmour, Matthew Scheers, Michael Ripia, Kamil Kozlowski, Angus Smith


  • Tom Horne NSW Under 16s Representative


  • Casey Stevens Australian Pacific School Games (multi class)

Sporting Achievements 2014

Australian/National Representatives

  • Athletics – Tay Leiha Clark
  • Rugby League – Luciano Leilua, Jayden Walker, John Olive


  • Amanda Fowler

International Tours

  • Rugby League – Luciano Leilua Australian Schoolboys Rugbly League tour Europe
  • Rugby League – Jayden Walker Australian Schoolboys Rugbly League tour Europe
  • Rugby League – John Olive Australian Schoolboys Rugbly League tour Europe

Water polo

  • Chelsea Clarke Pan Pacific games NSW all schools teams in New Zealand
  • Nathan Clarke Pan Pacific games NSW all schools teams in New Zealand

Australian Final Place

  • Rugby League – GIO Schoolboy Rugby League champions

State Final Place

  • Tennis – NSW CHS Stan Jones Trophy champions
  • Rugby League – NSW State Champions University shield

The junior sportswoman of the year was Kelly Gilmour of year 7
The Junior Sportsman of the year was Nathan Clarke of year 8.
The Sportswoman of the year was Tay Leiha Clark and Amanda Fowler of year 12.
The Sportsman of the year was John Olive of year 12.
The Commonwealth Bank trophy was awarded to Tiarn Krizman of Year 12.
The Pierre De Coubertin Award was Chiara Christian of year 12.
Premier’s Sporting Challenge Medal was Demi Koulouzakis of Year 11.

The recipients of a Sports Blue Award for 2014

  • Tay Leiha Clark – Athletics
  • Georgia Plessis – Girls Soccer
  • Naomi Nguyen – Girls Soccer
  • Demi Koulouzakis -Girls soccer
  • Chloe Avgoustou – Girls Soccer
  • Jayden Walker – Rugby League
  • John Olive – Rugby League
  • Luciano Leilua – Rugby League
  • Matthew Scheers – Tennis
  • Antoni Trajkovski – Tennis
  • Georgije Babic – Tennis
  • Aitor Lasa – Tennis
  • Zach Stewart – Rugby Union
  • Chelsea Clarke –  Water Polo
  • Nathan Clarke – Water Polo