Tag: Sports

  • 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. 

  • Try Baseball - Concord Baseball Club

    Concord Baseball Club invites all boys and girls aged 4+ years to come down to the park and try Baseball! A range of exciting games based around the skills of hitting, throwing and base running. There will be a free sausage sizzle!

    Dates: Sunday 24th July and Saturday 30th July
    Time: 11am-2pm
    Location: Majors Bay Reserve, Concord West

    Website: www.concord.baseball.com.au

  • Homebush takes on King’s School Rugby

    Homebush Boy’s 13 Years Rugby TeamHomebush Boy’s 13 years rugby team played a ‘friendly” match against The King’s School at Parramatta on Monday 20 June.  The game was vigorous, competitive and played in great spirit and provided our boys a wonderful rugby experience. King’s eventually won 33-39 but not before the lead changed hands several times.

  • Sporting Update and Marvellous achievement

    Congratulations to Bakis who attended the Australian National Judo Championships in Melbourne recently. It seems his persistent and hard Judo training finally paid off. 

    Bakis won GOLD at the Australian National Championships in Melbourne on the weekend.

    He won Gold in the under 81 kilo under 18 years Cadet division. He is now ranking number 1 in Australia.

    He also won Bronze in the under 21 years division and Bronze in the open age division. He was on fire.

    Bakis' dream is to go to the the next Olympics in 2020 TOKYO. 

  • Cricket Nets Grant

    I am thrilled to announce to our school community that we have gained a grant from our local member and Sport NSW to refurbish our cricket nets on the back oval.

    As you might be aware our nets are in a poor condition.

    I would like to thank our local Strathfield Cricket Club President, Daryl Chappelow for his support and the support of our Local member Ms Jodi McKay.

    Mr Kennedy

  • Athletics carnival 2016

    The stands of the Sydney Olympic park athleticscentre were once again filled with eager students and competitors itching to see who the fastest in their year group was. The day began with hurdles which never fails to entertain the crowd, and throughout the day track and field events continued.

    All students once again had the opportunity to use state of the art facilities on the track used by Olympians during the Sydney Olympics. The tradition of a year 12 dress up saw the arrival of a few animal onesies, a few people even claimed to have seen the Flash and an army of Spartan soldiers arrived and demonstrated how to throw a javelin.

  • Cross Country 2016

    School Carnival
    This annual event was held on 1 April at Airey Park, Homebush on a glorious Sydney Autumn day.

    Competitors ranged from years 7-12 with all Year 7 competing and students from Years 8 to 12 nominating to run or qualifying as a result of their 1.6 km time trials recorded in PDHPE lessons. Over 300 students participated with the top ten in each age group qualifying to for the Champion of Champions race. Principal, John Kennedy proudly walked the new course with his students. ‘Bushie Boys’ pride themselves as being inclusive and looking after their mates and this was demonstrated
    on the day as the boys competed wholeheartedly cheered on by fellow students, teachers and parents.

  • Cricket - Davidson Shield CHS Knockout

    Homebush BSH played Killarney Heights HS on Thursday 18m February at Hudson Park.
    Captain Lachlan Beattie won the toss and elected to bat on a good wicket. Nikethan and Nivethan Radhahrishnan provided a sound foundation for the innings with an opening partnership of 36, scoring 15 and 12 respectively.
    Killarney Heights bowled tightly and fielded well on a hot day making runs hard to come by. Lachlan Beattie was the mainstay of the innings with a well compiled 32. Lachlan was the last batsman dismissed with Todd Dale (14) the only batsman to provide resistance with most Homebush batsmen surrendering their wicket meekly through poor shot selection. Homebush was dismissed for 111 in thirty two overs from a maximum of 40 overs.

  • Swimming Carnival - Friday 19th of February

    The school is holding its annual swimming carnival on Friday the 19th of February 2016. We are fortunate to have been able to book the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre at Homebush for this, our 71st 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 expectedto 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.

    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.

  • Bi Annual Netball Match 2015

    NetballOn Friday 11th of September some Year 12 and Year 10 boys went to Burwood Girls High School to play our biannual netball match. YES NETBALL. The boys always have a great time- we did not win but that is not the point. It is always a hard fought match with the girls giving no quarter and the boys come away with a realisation that netball is a very physically demanding game- new found respect. No backboard and lots of rules make it difficult for us to win, despite our height advantage. We walk away from this with gains no matter the result. We wish the boys and the girls all the very best for their HSC and what lies beyond and hope that they remember this opportunity to step outside of their comfort zone.

  • Australian Youth Football Institute & HBHS

    Press Release from Australian Youth Football Institute

    Australian Youth Football Institute (AYFI) and Homebush Boys High School (HBHS) are pleased to announce a new partnership that is designed to integrate football and High School education.

    AYFI has been working on the idea to offer football students a full time program for the past 4 years after witnessing the elite programs of European and UK clubs, AYFI wanted to design a program that would work within Australia’s culture.

    George Lazarou company director “It’s been a long term goal of mine to design a full time program within the high school system. The partnership with Homebush boys is integral to the program as the school has a great history of educational success, and our staff can provide the football tuition that is designed for footballers to maximise their potential.”

  • Athletics Carnival Is On Tomorrow

    The Annual School Athletics Carnival will be held tomorrow the1st of May at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre. It is a all weather track, which is allowing the event to run despite the current weather conditions. Roll call commences at 8:40am and the first event will start at 9:15am. Parents are welcome to attend and support their son. It is recommended that the boys bring an umbrella and suitable wet weather attire for the carnival including suitable footwear. There is a grandstand that students will be able to sit in to stay out of any wet weather.

    Good luck to all participants! 

  • Swimming Carnival 2015

    HBHS is holding its annual swimming carnival this Fridaythe20th of February 2015. 

    The carnival will be held at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre at Homebush for this, our 70th Swimming Carnival.  All students are expected to attend, either as spectators or participants. Students are encouraged to wear clothing in their house colours or wear their school sports uniform. Howe House are defending their 2014 carnival win as Greening House hope Vincent Nguyen can break more records in 2015 and help Greening take down Howe. The only way to help your house win is to get in the water and compete in as many events as you can.

    A reminder that all competitors must wear a cap. When entering into their first event students are to pay $2 at the marshaling area. Parents are welcome to attend. The first event will commence at 9:15am. Students must make their own way to and from the venue and be at the front of the Aquatic Centre by 8:40am for roll call.

  • Athletics Carnival 2014

    The school is holding its annual athletics carnival this Friday the 9th of May 2014. The venue is theSydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre, Homebush, a world class facility.  Vaughan are the defending House Champions and will be looking to beat fierce rival Hayes for the Homebush Boys Athletics Title

    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 Athletics Centre based on Houses. Students are encouraged to wear clothing in their house colours and each student doing so will be awarded a bonus point towards the carnival results. Rolls will be marked at 8.30am, just outside the main entrance.

    All parents are welcome and will be provided with a program on arrival into the carnival.

  • 2014 School Cross Country

    On Friday 4th April 2014, the school conducted its annual cross country. This year saw all of year 7 plus nominated runners from years 8-12 run around a loop course through Airey Park (Homebush) and through the suburban streets of Homebush. The 12s, 13s and 14s managed a 3km run, with the 15s, 16s, 17s and 18s pushing out 4.5km. Neither distances are large, but successfully allowed the better runners to be chosen for zone.

  • Homebush Win State Football Title

    Homebush Boys Opens Football team were crowned State Champions on Wednesday the 28th of August after defeating Bathurst High 2-0. The team went 8 games undefeated to win the prestigious Errea Cup competition. Alpay Keskin was voted man of the match and Hamed Bamba scored a brace as Homebush cruised their way to victory. The team has not conceded a goal in over 4 hours of Football, which has been the cornerstone of their victories.

    Team: Jai Ivelja, Adem Keskin, James Burton (capt), Matt Cook, Harry Griffin-Colls, Tim Xin, Adrian Talevski, Hamed Bamba, David Gajic, Nathan Carter, Alpay Keskin, Steven Lee, Ryan Cuthel, Cameron Holmes, Ayman Hill, Peter Totidis, Tim Davidson, Muqbii Ahmadi, Leandros Paundoulis, Mr Belgre (coach), Mr D.Carrozza (coach)

  • City2Surf 2013

    Adam Yoon & Ben NguyenPerfect running conditions welcomed several of our students, teachers and other Homebush associates to this year’s City to Surf. Beginning at Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD, the young men (some not so young) ran the 14km track to the iconic Bondi Beach.

    There was a bit of worry at the start for some as the bag drop off time came and went, leaving some runners with a handful of gear, rather than having it stowed safely in the back of a truck to be transported to Bondi for pick up at the finish. This was soon rectified and the nervous lads waited for the start.

    Down William Street, past the Coke sign and over to the coast, 85000 humans made their way to Bondi in an effort to beat their best time or establish a bench mark for later years. At the 6km mark, Heartbreak Hill loomed. For over 1km the crowd climbs up wards before the course flattens out. However, with legs hurting from this major climb, the organisers placed several smaller hills between the runners and the finish.