Upcoming Events


Term III

Week 10
20th Sept – NSW Schools Cup 7/8 Girls State Finals @ Homebush

Term IV
Week 2
Fri 20th Oct – Diocesan Volleyball Championships @ Coffs

Week 3
Mon 23rd Oct – closing date 15s Boys Northern NSWCCC Cricket Trials
Mon 23rd Oct
– closing date Open Boys CCC Cricket Nominations
Tues 24th Oct
– Diocesan Gymnastics Championships @ Lismore

Week 4
Tues 31st Oct – Diocesan Water Polo Championships @ Lismore CANCELLED

Week 5
Mon 6th Nov – Northern NSWCCC Cricket Trials @ Sawtell
Thur 9th Nov
– Diocesan Surfing Championships @ Port Macquarie

Week 7

19th- 21st Nov – Diocesan Enrichment Camp @ Narrabeen
Thur 23rd Nov – Diocesan SLS Championships @ Byron Bay

Week 8
Mon 27th Nov – Diocesan Golf Championships @ Safety Beach


St. Joseph’s Regional College aims to provide opportunities for students to participate in organised team and individual sporting competitions within the school, locally and at Diocesan level.  Students also participate in compulsory weekly sport.  Year seven and eight – a set program of skill development and year nine and ten – elective sport.  Our senior school students also have the opportunity to represent the school in the same sports as the junior school.

Community Links
Links to community sporting associations

Kew Country Club
Junior Golf Co-ordinator – Howard Burrows – 02 65594596
Professional – Luke Garel – 02 65594596
Beginners (Red Swarm) – Sunday mornings 9am – “Red Swarm” Flyer

Port Macquarie Golf Club
Junior Golf Co-ordinator – Chris Farrell – 0413644722
Professional – James Single – 02 65820784
Beginners – Tuesday afternoons  ring 02 65820784 to organise
Sunday Junior Play – 2pm – 9 holes for $5
Sunday beginner play – 3pm – 2 holes with tuition for $8

Wauchope Country Club
Junior Golf Co-ordinator –
Professional – Clarke Joyce – 02 65853885
Beginners – 

Representative Sport

Students at St. Joseph’s Regional College have the opportunity to represent in many team and individual sports.  

Our pathway moves from: 

  • SJRC team,
  • Diocesan team
  • NSWCCC team
  • NSW All Schools team

Coaching Staff – list of staff to contact regarding each team

Students can represent in the following sports:

Body Boarding
Cross Country
Equestrian (3 local events)

Rugby League
Rugby Union
Surf Lifesaving
Touch Football

Sport Program

Year 7
Varies for each sport group.  Please refer to student timetables.

Year 8
Varies for each sport group.  Please refer to student timetables.


Year 9
Tuesday Periods 4 & 5, Elective Sport 11:39am – 1:05pm
Sport Choices
Sport Selections Program
Contract Sport

Year 10
Tuesday Periods 6 & 7, Elective Sport 1:30pm – 3:15pm.

Sport Choices
Sport Selections Program
Contract Sport

Sport History & Records

Girls Track Records
Boys Track Records
Girls Field Records
Boys Field Records
C.C. Adams House Shield

Beep Test
Beep Test Records

Cross Country
House Shield

Mini Marathon
Mini Marathon Records

Girls Swimming Records
Boys Swimming Records
Dean Kelly Memorial Shield

Sports Person of The Year

2016 Sport Awards
2015 Sport Awards

2014 Sport Awards
2013 Sport Awards

Awards Explained

Excellence in Sport: To receive this award a student must have represented NSWCCC or NSW All Schools in a team or squad.

Outstanding Involvement in Sport: To receive this award a student has represented the school in 5 or more sports of the 50 opportunities we offer here at the Regional.  The big three carnivals – swimming, cross country and athletics, students had to make Diocesan level for that sport to be counted.

Ryley Batt Award
This award recognises students who have displayed determination, enthusiasm and the will to overcome adversity to achieve their sporting goals. 2013 was the inaugural year.

Year Recipient
2016 Nathaniel Bentley
2015 Claire McIntosh
2014 Paige Leonhardt
2013 Jhye Fensling

Team of the Year
Awarded to the most successful team in that calendar year.

Year Team
2016 Boys 9/10  All Schools Touch Football Team
2015 15 Girls Bill Turner Trophy Football Team
2014 14 Boys Rugby League Team
2013 13 Boys Rugby League Team
2012 14 Boys Rugby Union Team
2011 Open Girls 4x100m Relay Team
2010 Open Girls Volleyball Team
2009 15 Girls Bill Turner Trophy Football Team
2008 Open Boys Hockey Team
2007 Girls 7-10 Football Team

Sportsperson of the Year is worked out on a points scaleEach level of representation or achievement is worth more points in the tally – points are only awarded for school pathway sports.  The student with the highest tally in each division (junior, intermediate and senior) is declared sports person of the year.

Year Senior Intermediate Junior
2016 Kaes Besseling Josh Dwyer Sarah Stewart
2015 Jamieson Williams Harry Hanley Kye Gill
2014 Laura Cook Eric Hammer Ethan Eames
2013 Cara Glen-Holmes Eleanor Wright Dylan Marchingo
2012 Madi Roberts Laura Cook Courtney Newell
2011 Ethan James Jake McNamara Riley Eichmann

Before 2011 Sportsperson of the Year was awarded to one person

Year Sportsperson of the Year
2010 Jackson Dowling
2009 Jake McNamara
2008 Liam Wright
2007 Rhali Dobson

Sporting Achievement: 1986 – 2010

Year Sporting Achievement
2010 Ryan McMahon
2009 Ryan McMahon
2008 Adhiraj Gulati
2007 Sophie Miller
2006 Prue Tinsey
2005 Tenika O'Brien
2004 Ty Van Der Linden
2003 Jamie-Lee Brown
2002 Hannah O'Brien
2001 Hannah O'Brien
2000 Natalie Flanagan
1999 Julia Sayer
1998 Daniel Abdoo
1997 Amanda Adams
1996 Darren Roach
1995 Catherine Perry
1994 Tracy Wood
1993 Clinton Leddin
1992 Kylie Ellis & Clinton Leddin
1991 Toni Glover
1990 Shane Kook
1989 Toni Glover
1988 Katherine Newman
1987 Katherine Newman
1986 Steven Lawrence

No further records could be found in our archives

Jim O’Brien Cup

College Played Win Draw Loss Total
MC 43 17 1 25 78
SJRC 43 25 1 17 94

Detailed Score Sheet (including results)

The Jim O’Brien Cup was instigated in 2015 following the retirement of longstanding Principal Mr. Jim O’Brien in 2014.  Jim was a great supporter of all things sport in the school and we wanted a way of ensuring his legacy is remembered.

The Jim O’Brien Cup is a competition between the two seven to twelve colleges in Port Macquarie – MacKillop College and St. Joseph’s Regional College.  Points are awarded for competitions where the schools compete directly against one another.  The big three carnivals: Diocesan Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics will be based on overall points gained for the day, not individual races.

Points System:
win – 3 points
draw – 2 points
loss – 1 point


Year College Points
2016 SJRC 71-69
2015 MC 87-73

Sport Facebook Group
A closed group for Students and Staff of St. Joseph’s Regional College Port Macquarie NSW Australia.  Students may post questions about sport or any other school issue they have.  Information regarding excursions and results are also posted in this group.

Please ensure your security is set to “Friends only” or you will not be able to join this group. Every member also needs to limit past posts before asking to join.  Click the icon below to join.





SJRC Facility Hire

SJRC has a large number of sporting facilities for hire that cater for the following sports:

  • AFL
  • Athletics (track & field)
  • Basketball
  • Football (soccer)
  • Netball
  • Oz Tag
  • Rugby League
  • Rugby Union
  • Tennis
  • Touch Football
  • Volleyball

If interested in hiring any of our facilities, please fill in the form at the link below.

SJRC Facility Hire – Application Form