Tag: Sports

  • Mr. Joe Teh, Head Coach of Sydney Jets Badminton Academy (also our School Grade Badminton Coach) is offering complementary school holiday training for students interested in Badminton regardless of their level. He coaches players up to State and National level and many of his students have gone into International arena, so this is a fantastic opportunity for any students wishing to improve their Badminton skills.

    Date of Activity: 20th December 2018 - 28th January 2019, Monday to Friday (School Holidays)

    Time of Activity: 9am - 12pm

    Venue: School Gymnasium, Homebush Boys High School

    Students are to be in their School P.E uniform and wear indoor sporting shoes (compulsory). Students are required to attend a minimum of 8 out of the 10 training sessions during the school holidays.

    For more information and the return slip please click on the image to the right.

  • All grade and house sport has been cancelled today including indoor venues.

    When:Wednesday, 28th November 2018

    Reason: Wet Weather

    Only GRADE SPORT years 10 and 11 will be getting their name marked off and leaving at the beginning of lunch.

    All other students will go to their assigned wet weather rooms till 2:20pm when the bell will ring.

    Click on the image to the right to view full summer sport 2018-19 room allocation for both grade and house sports.

  • On Thursday 2nd of August, Mr D Carrozza took the U16’s Futsal team to the State Futsal Championship at Penrith. Homebush Boys qualified for this championship by winning the Bankstown regional qualifier last term.

    Homebush Boys were placed in a difficult group which consisted of Wollongong Performing Arts, Mamre Anglican School, Elderslie and St Johns Park. With 3 wins and one draw, Homebush finished equal first in the group with Mamre, however, were pushed down to second on goal average. This meant we had to play a top seeded team from another group in the quarter finals.

    Throughout the group games the boys were struggling to play to their ability. However, this all changed during the quarter and semi-finals with the boys playing brilliantly in both games and coming out clear winners.

  • Our Grade TT under 15's have played consistently well throughout the first semester of winter sport. In the final round with North Sydney Boys , the boys worked hard against a very 'hard to defeat' team and won the game.

    Congratulations!! Joseph Wang, Evan Xiong, Seokhee Lee, Lakshaya Kaushik, Michael Wang and Yoshua Tsang​.

  • Activity: Chess Coaching at HBHS
    These classes begin with an interactive lesson using a hanging demonstration board or an electronic chessboard. Children are then given the opportunity to play games against each other, putting newly learned strategies into practice, and receive feedback from the teacher. As the term progresses and the children become proficient in all the basics, the lessions will move on to more complex ideas such as opening traps, tactics, planning and calculating many moves ahead.

    Time: Thursdays (3:20pm to 4:20pm)

    Venue: Room 52 in school

    Coaches: Sydney academy of chess

    Cost: $90.00 per term

    For more information and return slip please click on the image. 

  • On Thursday 7th of June, Mr D Carrozza took the U16’s Futsal team to the Regional Futsal Championship at Bankstown. Every year Football NSW run the Schools Futsal Championships in different regions around the state. These regional tournaments are used as qualifiers for the State Futsal Championship.

    Homebush Boys finished second in their group with 3 wins and 1 loss, meaning they had to play one of the top seeded school from another group in the quarter finals. However, this motivated the boys even more and they put in a dominant performance easily winning 7-2.

    Next up was the semi-final and the boys were feeling confident. The game didn’t start well and Homebush were down 1-0 early in the game. Through hard work the boys replied with 3 quick goals, with the score remaining 3-1 until the last three minutes with Homebush conceding. This made for a very nervous last three minutes. However, the boys defended brilliantly and scored within the last minute to win 4-2. With this win Homebush made it to the grand final and qualifying for the state championships.

  • I’m Nivethan Radhakrishnan. I’m currently in year 10, and I enjoy studying at our wonderful school. I am an avid sportsman, or to be precise, a cricketer. I adore playing cricket for our school, and bringing pride to the bushy boy emblem.

    Recently, in early March 2018, I travelled to Brisbane as part of the NSW U15 cricket team, and we competed in the National U15 championships. The team was picked after months of trials, and we were confident of a strong performance. We played against other states, and it was a great experience as a team and as individuals. Unfortunately, our tournament was cut short as we lost in the semi-finals to a strong Victorian side.

  • Congratulations to our Boys Nathan, Tom, Bosco & Sudharshan who traveled to China during the first week of this term to participate at the 2018 HuiZhou International Junior Badminton Tournament! They traveled along with their teammates from Sydney Jets Badminton club. They've all gained a lot knowledge and inspiration in watching and competing with some of the world's junior elite players.
    We look forward to a very interesting winter grade sport for Badminton! 

  • The school is holding its annual swimming carnival on Friday the 9th of February 2018. We are fortunate to have been able to book the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre at Homebush for our 73rd 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.

  • Over the past term, several of our year 9 and 10 boys have been involved in the Creating Chances program. This program is aimed at developing the leadership and communication skills of select students and aims to encourage them to keep schooling as a priority.

    Each session, the students spend a period in the classroom looking at important life skills and values development. This is followed by a practical session where team-building and competitive games are played. The students have learnt several world traditional games in their practical lessons and taken away skills in communication, problem solving and resilience.

  • On Saturday 2nd December Homebush Boys participated in a state badminton competition. The event was held at Canberra Grammar school and was attended by Samuel Chen, Bosco Hoang, Tom Li, Winston Li, Lawrence Li, Sudharshan Sundaramurthy and myself (Nathan Cheng).

    Mr Ramana organised the transport to the courts at Canberra Grammar. The competition began at 9am and concluded at 6pm with competition drawn from all over NSW & ACT ranging from teenagers to adults.

    We all enjoyed the experience of playing against ranking players. This has opened our eyes to the requirements of mixed competition and has helped us to improve our game skills.

    A huge thank you to our Coaches Mr Joe Teh, Mr Ha, Mr Ramana and the players of Sydney Jets Badminton for their continual training and support.

  • Please click on the flyers on the right for infromation on sporting activies during the Summer school holidays:






  • What: Free Tryouts
    When: Saturday 23rd September
    Time: 4-6pm
    Where: Kevin Betts Stadium Ralph Pl, Mount Druitt
    Register: Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR just drop in


    • Males aged 14 – 17 years old, Years 9-11 - State Public High Schools
    • Players currently not participating in private school basketball programs
    • Players currently not participating in basketball association representative teams in 2016-2017
  • Congratulations to Baki Redzeposki on taking double gold at Sydney International Open Judo Championships!

    On the weekend of 19th-20th August, Baki competed in the Sydney International Open Judo Championships. He won the GOLD in the young men's division which is under 21 years of age and also won the GOLD in the senior men's which was a massive result. Baki was the youngest competitor in the senior division. A very proud moment. He is now training at a three day judo camp in Olympic Park which finishes Wednesday.

  • Letter to the Principal, 

    I am writing on behalf of the Sydney Sports Committee for students with additional needs. We held our annual athletics carnival last Friday (25th of August), where we had over 300 students from Special Schools and Support Units (24 schools in total) compete against each other. The carnival is a highlight of the year for the majority of students and staff as it provides opportunities that many students with additional needs do not regularly get. Students come away with new made friendships, higher self esteem and some even get a ribbon for the first time in their lives.

  • Recently James Yates took part in the Worlds U17 Beach Handball World Championships in Mauritius and the U21 Men's Indoor Trophy Championships in Mauritius.

    At the U17 Worlds Beach Handball Championships in Mauritius their result was tenth out of sixteen nations represented.

    The U21 Indoor Trophy Championships took place in the Cook Islands Rarotonga. Their result was third place.

    A link to some of the ongoing results during the games and more photos can be found at





  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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
  • 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.