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 U/16 U/17 Open Boys SPC … Read More
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 onto through the final quarter … 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
Congratulations to the team from Guilford Young College on their win over St Patrick’s College in the 2020 SATIS football competition played at Kingborough on Saturday. It was a hotly contested game that showcased excellent skills for school boy’s football. The Score Card
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.
Discussions and planning have been under way for the SATIS 2020 Athletics season. Due to the current restrictions of COVID-19 it is not possible to hold the traditional style Athletics Carnivals this year. As such the following arrangements have been planned. SSATIS – a modified event will be held on Tuesday 8th September at the Domain Athletics Centre. Most Southern … Read More
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
Term 3 sport rosters will begin for NSATIS, SSATIS and SATIS from Monday 3rd August. All rosters for Hockey, Netball, Soccer, Football and Basketball can be found under each sport tab on the Website. School officials and delegates have worked hard to ensure students are given an opportunity to participate in these sports after the long break from school sport. … Read More
Notification has been received from AHISA and SATIS leaders to confirm that all SATIS activities will be cancelled until the end of Term Two. This includes all Northern, Southern and Junior SATIS sport rosters, carnivals and events. This decision will be reassessed as more information comes to hand for a potential recommencement of competition during Term Three.
Pictured above the victorious Guilford Young College Cricket Team. The following match report has been supplied by Peter Divenuto In their return to SATIS Cricket for the first time since 2008, Guilford Young College has defeated Hutchins by 10 runs in a thrilling contest at the State Final at The Hutchins School. Both teams found themselves in excellent positions at different stages … Read More
The highlight of the 2020 NSATIS Swimming Carnival was participation. With the introduction of 4 divisions in every 50 m freestyle event across all age groups every participant at the event was guaranteed at least two swims during the 4 hour carnival. Results reflected a more even contest than previous years with pennants and shields shared across 3 schools. Several records were … 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