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Catholic Secondary Schoolgirls' Sports Association

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CaSSSA
Catholic Secondary Schoolgirls' Sports Association logo.png
Formation
1930 
Catholic Schools Tennis Assoc.

1996 
Bris. Schoolgirls Sports Assoc.

2014 
CaSSSA
HeadquartersBrisbane, Queensland, Australia
Membership
14 member schools

The Catholic Secondary Schoolgirls' Sports Association (CaSSSA) is a sporting association for girls from fourteen Catholic secondary schools based in south-east Queensland, Australia.[1] Competition is offered to girls from Years 7 to 12.

The association was formed in 2014 as an amalgamation of the Catholic Secondary Girls' Schools Sports Association (CSGSSA, which organised Swimming, Athletics, and Cross country), the Catholic Schools Tennis Association (CSTA, founded in 1930) and the Brisbane School Girls Sports Association (BSGSA, founded in 1996 and organising other team sports).[2][3]

The championships for Swimming, Cross Country, and Track and Field (Athletics) are split into two competitions. The larger schools (9 in total) compete for the CaSSSA Cup while the other schools (5 in total) compete for the CaSSSA Shield.[3]

Schools

Members

School mLocationm Enrolment[4] Year founded Denomin­ation Gender(s) Day/
boarding
Entered
competition
School colours
All Hallows' School Fortitude Valley 1550 1861 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Blue, White & Rust
Brigidine College Indooroopilly 700 1929 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Green, blue & yellow
Downlands College Toowoomba 900 1931 Catholic Girls and Boys Day & Boarding 2014 Blue & Red
Loreto College Coorparoo 710 1928 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Blue & gold
Lourdes Hill College Hawthorne 910 1916 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Silver, purple & white
Mary MacKillop College Nundah 522 1964 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Navy & white
Mt Alvernia College Kedron 800 1956 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Maroon & Grey
Mount St Michael's College Ashgrove 900 1929 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Blue & Gold
Our Lady’s College Annerley 295 1964 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Green & gold
St John Fisher College Bracken Ridge 498 1981 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Maroon, white & pale blue
St Mary's College Ipswich 650 1863 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Maroon, white & mercy blue
St Rita’s College Clayfield 1100 1926 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Brown, White & Yellow
San Sisto College Carina 817 1961 Catholic Girls Day 2014 Red & Green
Stuartholme School Toowong 705 1920 Catholic Girls Day & Boarding 2014 Red, Gold & Blue

Sports

A range of sports are offered during each trimester within a year.[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Catholic Secondary Schoolgirls' Sports Association History". Fox Sports. 2014. Archived from the original on 22 March 2015. Retrieved 22 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Launch of CaSSSA – Catholic Secondary Schools Sports Association". Mt St Michael's College. 7 May 2014. Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 22 March 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Sport". Brigidine Colleee. 2014. Archived from the original on 9 April 2014. Retrieved 22 March 2015.
  4. ^ myschool.edu.au
  5. ^ "2020 Sports Handbook" (PDF). Lourdes Hill College.

External links

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