On a perfect Spring day in Hobart, 14 Independant Schools gathered at the Domain Athletic Centre to compete in the Southern SATIS Athletics Carnival. Students competed in an array of Track and Field events, with individual and relay results contributing to overall point scores. Guilford Young College took home all senior shields and The Friends’ School retained both Junior and … Read More
The Boys Open 1500m and 800m record for SSATIS and SATIS Athletics was last broken in 1972, by Randal Markey from The Hutchins School. Markey ran a time of 3:56.50 in the 1500m and a 1:53.95 for 800m at the SSATIS Athletics in October 1972. Following the Southern Carnival, he then ran a time of 3:58.5 for 1500m and 1:53.4 … Read More
The Boys Soccer Grand Finals will be played one after the other in a festival of soccer at Warrior Park, Warrane on Thursday night 23 September 2021. The Year 7s kick off at 4:30pm, followed by Year 8 at 5:30pm, Year 9 at 6:30pm and concluding with Year 10 at 7:30pm. Schools involved include St Virgil’s College, The Friends’ School, … Read More
The much-awaited SATIS Athletics Carnival is nearly here. The 2020 event was canceled, and the 2019 event was abandoned due to a thunderstorm. Who will take away the Shields and Pennants in 2021? Saturday 18 September from 9am at the Domain Athletics Centre. Face masks are required for this event. Further information is available here: https://www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/important-community-updates/mandatory-mask-wearing-at-events-in-tasmania People are not to … Read More
The SSATIS Athletics Carnival will take place at the Domain Athletics Centre on Tuesday 7 September from 8:45am. Spectators are welcome, but are not to attend the event if they have COVID-19 or are awaiting test results; have been instructed to quarantine; are unwell with cold and flu symptoms including fever and tiredness or respiratory symptoms; or have traveled to … Read More
The SSATIS Cross Country was held at Queens Domain for the first time on Wednesday 26 May 2021, after missing out on last year’s event. Conditions were typically cool, and the new course offered plenty of challenges for the 644 competitors. Results for the event are as follows:
The Southern SATIS Cross Country returns in 2021 to a new venue at Soldiers Memorial Oval and Soldiers Memorial Walk. 765 students have signed up or qualified to participate on Wednesday 26 May 2021 from 10:15am – 2:00pm.
Please find below full results for 2021 NSATIS, SSATIS and SATIS Swimming Carnivals and the 2021 Head of the River 2021 NSATIS Swimming Results 2021 SSATIS Swimming Results 2021 SATIS Swimming results 2021 SATIS HOR Results
Links to livestreaming for SATIS Swimming as follows; Session 1 https://youtu.be/9GdiRYtSoLg Session 2 https://youtu.be/faP7FsE__9I 2021 satis swimming session report v01
The SATIS Swimming will be held on Tuesday 23rd March at the DKHAC. Information pertaining to this carnival can be found via the link on the SATIS Homepage. Due to current restrictions, spectators will not be permitted at the SATIS carnival but live streaming will be provided, a link will be posted on the SATIS website the morning of the … Read More
Head of the River documents are located at both https://www.rowingtasmania.com.au/home/ and via the link on the SATIS Home page. A reminder that all attendees are required to register through the Rowing Tasmania track and trace program to attend the event. https://www.rowingtasmania.com.au/events/88647/ Please adhere to all COVID-19 Safe procedures as outlined by Rowing Tas and SATIS.
Session 1: https://youtu.be/idWBCXL_3s4 Session 2: https://youtu.be/GSA0_keKYo0
Swimming Programs for the SSATIS and NSATIS Swimming are available below. Due to restrictions at both the DKHAC and LAC, please be advised that spectators are not permitted at the carnivals 2021 SSATIS Swimming Program – v03 SSATIS Swimming Cover 2021 2021 NSATIS Swimming Program – v03 NSATIS Swimming Cover 2021 v02
March 2021 will see a host of SATIS events being run for students in all our member schools. On the 10th and 11th March the NSATIS and SSATIS Swimming will be conducted respectively, followed by the Head of the River Rowing Regatta on Saturday 13th March. Due to venue capacity restrictions, spectators at the NSATIS and SSATIS Swimming carnivals will … Read More
The SSATIS Athletics Pennant Challenge will be held on Tuesday 8 September at the Domain Athletics Centre. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and government regulations limiting outdoor events to 500 people, spectators will not be permitted at the 2020 SSATIS Athletics carnival.
SSATIS Term 3 sport commenced on Monday 3rd August with Girls Year 9 and 10 Basketball starting their seasons. Making history for their school, the Southern Christian College Year 10 Girls Basketball team took to the court for the first time against Sacred Heart College. New to SSATIS in 2019, this was the first team from Southern Christian College to … Read More
One relay and six individual records were broken at the SSATIS Swimming meet held on Wednesday 11 March at the Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre. In the Boys Under 14 50m Freestyle, Tom Rybak from The Hutchins School broke the 26 year old record in a time of 26.66sec. Tom only held the record for a minute before Ethan Jones, … Read More
The Southern SATIS Swimming carnival, being held Wednesday 11 March at the Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre, will host 14 Southern Independent Schools with students vying for School shields and individual records. Swimmers attending will include Tasmanian State team members and SSATIS Record holders. Events commence at 10:00am and the full program and session report is below. Spectators are … Read More
Calvin Christian College claimed their first Premiership on Monday 4th November, in the Year 10 Girls SSATIS Basketball competition. The team went through the roster undefeated and completed the feat in style, defeating St Mary’s College 64 – 24 at Kingborough Sports Stadium. Calvin have recently increased their participation in SSATIS rosters, with teams involved in Boys Year 7 Basketball … Read More
On Friday 1st November, SSATIS held a Girls Year 7/8 Australian Rules Football Gala afternoon at Bell Street. Conditions were hot for the teams from Collegiate, Fahan, Mount Carmel, MacKillop, Dominic, Sacred Heart and Friends’. But it was Sacred Heart College that found the conditions to their liking, as they went through all four matches without conceding a single point. Following the success … Read More