Our Lady of Mercy College | Catholic Independent Girls School Parramatta

Clare 2018 Athletics Carnival House and Spirit Cup Champions

On Friday June 1, the College held its annual Athletics Carnival at Sydney Olympic Park Athletics. 

The track and field competitors enjoyed participating at the arena in cool conditions. It was great to see that the OLMC spirit overflowing with enthusiasm and commitment. In the future, we hope to again see the wonderful House shirts and many of the “colourful” outfits that were on display.

Congratulations to Clare on their success as House Champion and Spirit Cup Champion for 2018. All houses should be congratulated as the results were extremely close.

Congratulations also to the following girls on their efforts and achievements at the carnival and as a result being crowned Age Champions:

17+ years Georgia Hulley
16 years Amelia Assaad, Emma Polley and Karla Krncevic
15 years Annie Gittany
14 years Riley Rodewald
13 years Amelia Polley
12 years Ariane Nicholson-Burbridge

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