Saturday Sport

There is predicted to be more poor air quality around Sydney tomorrow, which may impact on some Saturday Sport fixtures or training sessions. All students have received an email with information regarding tomorrow, but as a reminder, before leaving home please make sure you check on the IGSSA Venue Closures website, the HKDTA website or the IPSHA App for any venue closures across Sydney. If air quality affects rowing training or cheerleading training, an email will be sent directly to those students as soon as a decision has been made. Please remember that unless you hear from the Sport Department directly, or from the sources listed above, your game will be going ahead as scheduled. There will be different conditions across Sydney tomorrow, so please don’t assume that because the weather is clear at your place that it won’t be smoky at your venue (and vice versa). All decisions will be made with the health and safety of participants as a primary concern – fingers crossed for a clear day!


Primary Swimming Carnival

Our Primary superfish were in the pool on Thursday, competing at the Primary School Swimming Carnival. There was colour and noise aplenty as the three House, Benedicta, Clare and Dorothea, battled it out to see who would walk away with the Spirit Cup and the all-important Overall Point Score Trophy.

There were some awesome races, including both the 4 x 50 House Relay and the 50m Invitational both being decided by a touch at the wall!

We are currently crunching the numbers and we’ll have a full wrap of results once they’ve been finalised.



On Wednesday, our superstar team “Loreto Heat” competed in the Cricket NSW T20 Cricket Blast Regional Finals. They won selection in this competition after winning the local gala day earlier in the term. Our girls competed to the highest level and came away with 3rd place overall, which is a tremendous effort. One of the highlights of the day was watching Frances O’Brien  (Year 8) belt three consecutive 6’s straight down the ground and bring up a huge total of 150! Well done, girls!


Secondary Swimming Carnival

As we count down the final weeks of the year, there’s still one major event to go – the Secondary School Swimming Carnival is on again next Wednesday 27 November at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Homebush. Racing begins at 8am with the 200IM, 50m Butterfly and 100m Freestyle – the pool will be open from 7:30am for warmups. Good luck to all students competing; and don’t forget your goggles!


Wet Weather Information

A reminder for how to access information regarding ground closures due to wet weather for weekend sport. Please make sure you check the relevant website prior to leaving home to ensure your venue is open for play.

IGSSA Sports

IPSHA Sports


Who to see about what

As a handy reference guide, the table below outlines the staff members who are responsible for sports and activities throughout the year. All enquiries about sport at Loreto should be sent to


MRs Kristie Greville

Mrs Emily Wood

Snowsports IGSSA Softball IPSHA Sports & Carnivals
  Cross Country Pathway LN Activities Program
  Hills  Netball Gymnastics
  Rugby 7’s Cheerleading
  IGSSA Touch Football IGSSA Football
  Hayden Fitness Centre  

Mr Stephen Charters

Mr David Brock

Mr Ian Edmunds

Mrs laura Bryan

LN Invitational Badminton IGSSA Tennis Rowing The Duke of Edinburgh Award Program
IGSSA Hockey Triathlon    
Mollie Dive Hockey IGSSA Basketball    
IGSSA Water Polo IGSSA Netball     
Athletics Pathway Hornsby Tennis    
  Tildesley Tennis    
  Secondary School Carnivals    
  Swimming Pathway    

An important note regarding correct sport uniform for Saturday competition sport:

Students who are not dressed in the correct uniform for competition will not be allowed to play. In the case that a Loreto Sport staff member is not present, your team coach will have the authority to remove a student from play and/or not allow a student to start play. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter. It is our expectation that you will be appropriately dressed and in uniform while representing Loreto Normanhurst. Please see your sport specific booklets for full details on what uniform is required for your sport.


Loreto Sports Girl:  Mia Hallinan


Current sport/activity: Gymnastics, water polo and cheerleading.

Favourite school sport/activity: Water polo.

Highest level of sporting achievement: Coming 1st at the Battle at the Beaches competition two years in a row.

Best moment of Loreto Sport for you: Participating in a new sport each term.

Favourite sporting moment as a spectator: Watching any AFL game.

Best subject at school: English.

Any superstitions before playing sport: I always double knot my shoelaces and tuck them under at the top.

Best tune to listen to before competing: Bounce by Calvin Harris.


We love seeing photos of our girls enjoying sport but, unfortunately, we can’t be everywhere at once. If you’re out and about over the weekend at your daughter’s fixtures, please send through any snaps you get to

If you’re on Twitter, you can follow us at @loretonhsport – tweet us and use the hashtag #LetsGoLoreto and we’ll retweet as many as we can!

If you’re on Facebook, our page is at


Saturday Sports BBQ

Week 6, Saturday 23 November


BBQ Duty Time

Families Rostered

LON07 7:30am-8:45am Baxter, Curran, Dickinson, Harris
LON28 8:30am-9:45am Alford, Middleton, Pardey, White
LON21 9:30am-10:45am Lee, Roberts, Ingham, Saliba
LON20 10:30am-11:45am Kevans, Cairns, Munoz


Duties involve cooking on the BBQ or serving. If you are unable to fulfil your duty you must arrange a replacement (contact other day girls’ families in your team from the team contact list).

2019 Sport Contacts Term 4




IPSHA Sports Mrs Emily Wood
Midweek Activities Mrs Emily Wood




IGSSA Water Polo  Mr Stephen Charters
Hornsby Tennis Mr David Brock
IGSSA Touch Football Mrs Kristie Greville
Hayden Fitness Centre Mrs Kristie Greville
Midweek Activities Mrs Emily Wood
Cheerleading Mrs Emily Wood
Rowing Mr Ian Edmunds
Duke of Edinburgh Award Mrs Laura Bryan
 Head of Sport Mr Matt Mulroney

For IGSSA competitions, the full draw points table, venue lists and wet weather details see the IGSSA website here.


Mr Matt Mulroney

Head of Sport