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All relevant information regarding the IGSSA competition will be posted on this website as soon as it becomes available.  


VENUE CLOSURE POINT SCORES

In case of a venue closure, any match that has completed one half will be considered played, and the score taken from when the game was stopped.  Matches that are called off before reaching half time are considered cancelled.  Refer to the rules and guidelines for further information.


MYIGSSA MOBILE APP:

No need to register to check scores, draws, venues and ladders, just bookmark the myIGSSA mobile screens (myIGSSA mobile app) using any internet enabled device. 

 

Minimize Playing Saturdays 2019

May:                          4, 11, 18, 25
June:                        1, 15, 22          (8 June is the long weekend – no sport)

This year we will play 7 rounds, first past the post.
There are no semi finals, finals or playoffs scheduled however teams with only 6 in a grade may play semis and / or finals.  

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Related News

Mary Webster

Get to know the women behind the overall champion school trophy at the IGSSA swimming championship.

In 2019 the IGSSA overall champion trophy will be named in honour of Mary Webster.

If you are unaware of Mary’s history with IGSSA, she worked for the association from 1983 - 1999 and has continued to assist with our representative pathways through her role at NSWCIS where she currently works in a sports administration role.

Mary is a wonderful friend to the association and a personal role model. I am inspired by her dedication to creating sporting opportunities for students of all levels but mostly I admire the extensive kindness she shows to everyone and the feeling of warmth that creates within our sporting community. We feel very privileged that Mary will be attending our swim and dive championship next Friday 22nd March, 2019.

As a former Pymble student we feel very lucky to embrace her as a friend of the association and I hope you enjoy the opportunity to read about her in the interview below.

IGSSA Rowing Regatta 2019

On Sunday February 22nd IGSSA hosted the annual IGSSA Rowing Regatta at the Sydney International Regatta Centre. It was a beautiful day on the water and I would like to acknowledge the spirit of the rowers, staff and officials for contributing to a very successful regatta. Congratulations to Pymble Ladies College, the overall champions of the day, Loreto Kirribilli for taking home the handicap champion trophy and St Catherine’s school for being the most improved. As always, Donna Baker (LOK) coordinated the carnival with great organisation and extensive expertise. We feel exceptionally lucky to have her as our IGSSA convener and extend a very special thank you for her efforts.

 

IGSSA athletes achieving in the international sporting arena

The end of 2018 highlighted IGSSA athletes as international and domestic sporting leaders

Over the Christmas holidays you may have noticed a number of IGSSA old girls making headlines in the international sporting arena. For those of you who missed it, the Aussie cricket team put up a magnificent display against England taking Australia to their fourth World T20 title.
 

IGSSA Annual Report

2018 IGSSA Annual Report now available

The 2018 IGSSA  annual report is now available. While all schools will have now have received a copy, if you require additional copies, please contact the office. The 2018 report provides an outline of trophie winners, registrations and achievements of IGSSA athletes and schools for the year. The report outlines how our members’ schools continue to note the ability to integrate with other schools and the collegial spirit of the Association as the reason for engaging and supporting our Saturday sport competitions.

 

IGSSA Indigenous Round

June 2018

In the final week of Term 2 sport, I enjoyed the opportunity to attend the inaugural indigenous round hosted by Pymble Ladies’ College.  It was wonderful to witness the contribution of our indigenous athletes.  Pymble and Loreto Normanhurst are to be commended on the spirit in which the day was held and thanked for encouraging a wonderful concept that we hope to see repeated.