Tag: Sports

  • Great achievement for Baki Redzeposki

    Baki Redzeposki won a silver medal at the Judo National Championships in Queensland recently. Baki trained 6 days a week for 6 weeks before this event. He now ranks number 1 in the young men's u/81 kilo division. Baki was invited to compete in 3 European cup titles in July which is held in Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Germany.

    Well done Baki!

  • Goalball Report

    On the 15th June my team and I (accompanied by Mr Howard and Ms Hankinson) played goalball.

    Goalball is a sport that is played in the Paralympics by players who can’t see. It can also be played by many people such as people who don’t have any issues in their body or people who just like to play. It is a worldwide sport for many countries and many people to enjoy.

    We drove to netball central at Sydney Olympic park to play goalball against schools across NSW.

  • Inner West Little Athletics Centre

    Registrations for the Inner West Little Athletics Centre 2017/2018 season are open!

    • Register online at www.iwlac.org.au/information/registration/
      • Select Inner West as your centre & follow the prompts
      • Family discounts for 2 or more children.
    • Register online, then collect your Info Pack & Season Numbers and buy uniforms on the Collection & Information nights
    • Just bring a copy of:
      • Your printed online receipt
      • Your child’s Birth Certificate or Passport (new members only)
    • Registration Pack Collection nights
      • Fridays 18th & 25th August, 6pm to 8pm St Luke’s Oval, Concord
    • Information night for New Members & Age Managers
      • Friday 1st September, 6pm to 8pm St Luke’s Oval, Concord
    • Season starts 6pm, Friday 8th September
      • For boys and girls age 4-17 – St Luke’s Oval, Concord
      • For Further information, 0469 843 096 or www.iwlac.org.au
  • Western Suburbs JAFC AFL High School Initiative

    Last term, a group of year nine and ten boys participated in the AFL skills program. The program was run by the AFL (Sydney Swans) and supported by Western Suburbs Junior Australian Football Club. The program took place during period four Tuesdays for five weeks on the Western grass.

    Over the course of five weeks, we learnt and developed different skills such as kicking, handpassing, marking and evading. We did so using drills, competitions and games, incorporating skills that we had learnt.

    The skills we learnt are beneficial, providing us with necessary skills to play AFL for a local club or even in other sports.

  • ACC Cricket Club

    Ashfield Cricket Club is a not for profit organisation which assists disadvantaged children in the community play cricket and is run entirely by volunteers.

    ACC-Cricket Club
    Ashfield Croydon Centenary CC
    Minis, Juniors & Seniors,

    Cricket with Friends

    Registrations open online from July

    Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Website: www.acc.nsw.cricket.com.au

  • Powell Creek Tennis

    It was with a heavy heart that we had our last day of Tennis for Wednesday sport at Powel Creek Tennis Courts as we will be moving on to Summer sport next week. We gave Brett, our coach, a thank you card for all his hard work and effort with the group this semester. He organised regular competative games such as "Hot Shot" and "First to 21" which the students enjoyed immensely. His enthusiasm and encouragement on the court also meant that everybody's tennis game improved, too. We look forward to the next time we can play under his tutelage. 

  • Concord Comets Baseball Club

    Concord Comets Baseball Club is a local community Baseball club. It is run by parent volunteers to provide kids in our local area with the opportunity to play Baseball. We have a proud history in grass roots sport. We put player participation first and work hard at not only developing the skills of our players, but also instilling the values of good sportsmanship.

    The physical and social benefits of playing sport are well documented. Playing Baseball is a good way to develop hand-eye coordination, quick thinking and reaction skills. Playing Baseball is an ideal way to make friends while at the same time getting a healthy dose of exercise. Running, catching, throwing and swinging a bat have benefits for your whole body.

  • Travel to Sport Requirements

    Year 11 and 12 students have been issued with the following letter to clarify our School policy regarding Student Travel to Sport.

    The Homebush Boys High School Sports Policy 2017 clearly states that “walking/public transport/organised school bus are the ONLY forms of transport to and from sport. Students are NOT to drive and/or be a passenger in their private vehicle or someone else’s vehicle when travelling to and from sport”.

    Student behaviour and travel to sport is also addressed in the School’s Safety. Learning and Respect framework and in our 2017 Bushy Boys behaviours.

    Additionally, our student insurance policy does not cover student drivers and their passengers for travel to and from sporting venues in private vehicles.

    If you or your son have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Paleothodoros (Rel Principal), Mrs Shadwick (Rel Deputy Principal) or Mr Carrozza (Sports Coordinator) on 97643611.

  • St Anne’s Athletics Carnival

    On the 19th of May, 11 passionate volunteers from Homebush Boys High School went to the St Annes Athletics Carnival at Campbell Oval. We ran several activities and events for the students of St Annes that involved: chicken races, basketball and skipping games, mini hurdles, shotput, tunnel ball and relays. We gained strong leadership, communication and management skills. The experience enriched our outlook into our local community and enhanced the opportunity for us to network with the local schools in the area.  This event gave us the opportunity to partake in a fun day with the students of St Annes. We encouraged, motivated and inspired the students to get involved with the activities and to try their hardest.

  • Athletics Carnival 2017

    On the 28th of April, Homebush Boys High School hosted the annual 2017 Athletics Carnival held at Sydney Olympic park. A great day to see the four houses Vaughan, Hayes, Greening and Howe cheering and supporting the competitive athletes whilst plenty of volunteers maintained their role and supported students to take part and represent their colours. All students once again had the opportunity to use state of the art facilities on the track used by Olympians during the Sydney Olympics. 

    Throughout the day we witnessed many close races, long throws and jumps and a lot of healthy competition. It was great to see many boys demonstrating ‘Bushy Boys’ pride by having a go or cheering their mates on.

    Thankfully the weather was beautiful, the majority of the school students attended and was very well behaved. I thank the house captains and vice captains for contributing and the organisers.

  • Western Sydney Wanderers come to HBHS

    On the 31st of March Western Sydney Wanderers came to Homebush Boys to run their Soccer in Schools Program. The Soccer in Schools program sets out to engage students through football and provide them with a positive football experience. It continues Wanderers commitment to making sure football programs are accessible to schools in the Western Sydney region.

    Two professional coaches came in the morning and took a group of 20 keen Homebush Boys students. Throughout the day our boys were put through a variety of drills and modified games focusing on all aspects of Football. With a number of good footballers involved it was a pleasure to see the quality on display with many boys excelling at the different activities.
    Overall it was a great day with all of the boys highly engaged and enjoying this fantastic opportunity.  

  • Sydney Thunder Leadership Program

    For 4 weeks, a group of 12, cricket loving boys from years 9-12, participated in the Sydney Thunder Leadership program. With some video help from the programs ambassadors, Gurinder Sandhu, Usman Khawaja and Fawad Ahmed, we learned what it means to be a leader and how to set goals. Hameed Kerkhah ran the Sydney Thunder program for us and he told us about his story in becoming the rookie player for Sydney Thunder. It was an inspirational story as he did not think he would be playing cricket alongside Mike Hussy, Jacques Kallis and Shane Watson. Along with the theory, we played some enjoyable cricket drills and games, to improve our batting and bowling skills.

    On the first week of the program we were issued with a workbook to complete. Along with working through the book, we were taught how to deal with ups and downs in life with some personal insights from Usman Khawaja and Fawad Ahmed’s international cricket hardships.

  • Wests Juniors AFL 2017

    You're been invited to play AFL in 2017 with Wests Juniors.

    About Wests

    • U5s to U17s
    • Ultra low registration fees
    • Socks and shorts included
    • Playing jerseys provided
    • Qualified coaches
    • Family atmosphere at games
    • Licensed club & restaurant

    Homebush Boys AFL footballer Aydin Bremner won the ANZAC Day Medal for being best on ground in the Western Suburbs verse Miranda u17s game on Sunday.  Aydin plays AFL with other Homebush Boys from his year Todd Dale and Hugh Macarthur. Other Homebush Boys AFL footballers include  Tommy Neiser (Year 8), Harris Totidis and Hayden Carrol (Year 11), and Johnny Neiser (Year 12).

    The club has room for three more players in their u15 and u17 teams and it is not too late to join.

    Register now at www.westsjuniorsafl.com.au

    For more information please contact Richard on 0408 409 200 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     
     
     
  • Swimming Carnival Report 2017

    On Tuesday 14th February Homebush Boys held the 72nd annual swimming carnival at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. It was an early morning start with students filling in the seats in the Aquatic Centre according to their houses. The seating was filled with a sea of house colours: Hayes (red), Vaughan (blue), Greening (green) and Howe (yellow). The competitive swimmers were warming up with stretches while the many spectators were finding seats and making themselves comfortable. The races kicked off and the whistles were blown. Every swimming lane was accompanied by volunteers in year 11 who were the timers. Teachers were scattered everywhere to ensure the smooth running of the event. As part of the year 12 tradition of “dressing up” to carnivals, there were a few highlights, in particular, a costume of Donald Trump which received some attention and Teletubbies.

    The races were competitive and fun with long distance swims as well the 50 metre freestyle blue ribbon swim. Students who received ribbons wore them proudly, even standing up on the podium and photographs were taken professionally by Mr Letsios. The relay swimming races at the end attracted the attention of everyone in the grandstand including parents, many screaming and cheering for their houses.

    Click here for the photos from the 2017 Swimming Carnival.

  • Swimming Carnival 2017

    The school is holding its annual swimming carnival on Tuesday the 14th of February 2017. We are fortunate to have been able to book the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre at Homebush for our 72nd Swimming Carnival. Students will be able to use the most up-to-date equipment and compete in the actual pool that was used by competitors in the 2000 Olympic Games.

    All students are expected to attend, either as spectators or participants. Admission to the carnival has been paid out of the voluntary school fees. Students will be marked present before entering the Aquatic Centre based on Houses. Students are encouraged to wear clothing in their house colours or wear their school sports uniform.

    Students are to make their own way to and from the venue. Rolls will be marked at 8.40 am just inside the main entrance. When marked present students are to go to their House Areas clearly marked with House Banners. At the end of the carnival, students will be marked off in their House Areas by their Roll Call teachers.

  • HBHS 15’s Basketball beats North Sydney

    The Homebush Boys 15’s Basketball team played the undefeated North Sydney Boys team this week. We were certainly the underdogs leading in to the game and had no expectation that the score would be so close. However, the boys really pulled together as a team. They defended exceptionally well, forcing errors and shots from outside. The boys kept the score tight throughout the game and, when they led during the final minutes, they had no intention of letting North Sydney come back. Daniel Dutton (team captain) scored a final basket in the last minute ensuring that North Sydney Boys’ chance to extend their winning streak in to next year was shattered. Congratulations on your win boys! I hope the great sportsmanship, teamwork and skill continues into early next year.

     

     
     
  • HBHS Crowned Rugby Sevens Champions

    Homebush Boys completed a highly successful rugby season by winning the 15 Years Division of the Endeavour sevens Championships. Homebush entered 13 and 15 Years teams which were held at Foreshore Park, Sylvania.

    15 Years Champions
    Mr. Khurshed capped an outstanding coaching career with a dominating display, going through undefeated and beating De La Salle seven tries to one in the final. The team displayed high skill level, athleticism and game awareness but it was the ‘Khurshed’ experience which moulded the team into such a formidable outfit.

    The team comprised mostly 14 year olds with the boys rising to the occasion and conquered all before them ‘Upright and Strong.”

  • Cricket - 1st Grade Report

    Homebush’s 1st X1 cricket captain, Lachlan Beattie has been in sensational form this season which was demonstrated by his 116 not out against Asquith BHS in their current grade match. Lachlan opens the bowling and bats at first drop is also playing grade cricket for Sydney where he is one of the leading wicket taker in Fourth Grade.

    The 1st X1 have won the opening three Wednesday matches with wins against Epping, Normanhurst and Asquith. The team has great depth with Nivethan Radhakrishan, Nivethan Radhakrishan, Ryan Wu, Todd Dale, Shrihari Nair and Dylan Powell contributing strongly with the bat and bowling sprearheaded by Ryan Wu, Rahul Thileeprahul, Sree Sista, Omar Warisi, Nivethan Radhakrishan and Sanjit Selverajoo, Amaan Ansari.

  • New South Wales Combined High School (NSWCHS) Carnival

    My name is James Wark, I’m 13 years old and one of the best shot-putters in the state. That may be a slight exaggeration, but of the thousands of kids in NSW, I am the 15th best. But that didn’t happen by chance.

    It all began at the School Athletics Carnival. A throw of 9.70m got me first and into zone, along with a few other events. At the zone carnival I came 2nd and qualified for the regional carnival. This was one step closer to CHS which was very exciting for me. At regional, after a throw of 10.78m, I came away with a bright green jacket and another 2nd place, a sure spot for CHS. In the mail came my second jacket, the black and red Sydney North representative one. Finally, the day came. A decent throw and an OK position was good, but just the idea of being at the CHS made me ecstatic. With the last jacket, light and dark blue, came the end of the adventure. After 4 months and 3 jackets later, I am pleased to have reached this level in my first year at Homebush Boys High School and look forward to next year where I hope I can improve.

    James Wark, Year 7

  • European Handball

    Joseph Shankar and James Yates from year 11 and 10 represented Homebush Boys High School and New South Wales in the Under 18s Men's division for European Handball at the Australian Junior Handball Championships last weekend.

    They traveled to Runaway Bay on the Gold Coast where they played against Queensland and Wellington winning 3 out of 4 of their games making them the U18s men's champions for 2016.

    Both boys have played for over 3 years and are proud to represent their state in the age group above their own.