The Sports Association of Tasmanian Independent Schools (SATIS) was formed by AHISA (Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia) {Tasmania} to conduct sporting competitions for member schools. NSATIS and SSATIS are regional bodies which organise and conduct competitions in their respective regions.

SATIS promotes physical, emotional and social well-being by fostering and administering a quality sporting programme providing competition between schools in an environment which encourages participation, diversity, integrity and sportsmanship.

This site provides current fixtures, results, and standings for SATIS inter-school sports and is also an archive of rules, regulations and bylaws relevant to sports competitions held between SATIS schools.

The Aims of SATIS


Encourage excellence in all competitions.


Ensure that competitors and spectators have a safe environment in which to compete or view all activities.


Encourage a high level of participation by schools and students.

Regional & Statewide

Provide and encourage regional and state competitions.

Responsive to Change

Provide a competition structure which recognises the changing needs of student and schools.


Encourage the enjoyment of sport that is appropriate to the age and capability of the student.


Encourage camaraderie between schools, staff, students and wider school communities.


Provide opportunities for students to represent their schools.


  • 2021 NSATIS Cross Country Results
    The NSATIS Cross Country was held as part of the All Schools Cross Country event at Symmons Plains on Tuesday 29th June. Shield & Pennant winners for the 2021 event were as follows: Boys – St Patrick’s College Girls – St Patrick’s College Combined Aggregate – St Patrick’s College Age Group Pennants:   U/14 U/15 … Read More
  • 2021 SATIS Australian Rules Football Finals
    Congratulations to all participants in the SATIS Football Finals over the past week. Boys 1st XVIII Guilford Young College 12.12.84 defeated Scotch Oakburn College 8.10.58 (The first half was a tight affair with GYC leading by 7 points at half time. A five goal to one 3rd quarter gave GYC the break which they held … Read More
  • SSATIS Cross Country Results
    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:
  • SSATIS Cross Country Returns
    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.
Adrian Broughton (SSATIS)Sports Association of Tasmanian Independent Schools (OLD)