The SSA International Netball Team has arrived on the Gold Coast, Qld for the International Schoolgirls Netball Challenge. SSA will aim to keep you up to date with what is happening over the coming days through Facebook @SchoolSportAus and Instagram @schoolsportaust. In the meantime here is link to the Challenge schedule. http://www.schoolsportaustralia.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/International-Schoolgirls-Challenge-Games-Timetable.pdf

To view the fixture and results of the 2018 17 Years & Under Water Polo Championships in Perth, W.A., please click here.

To view the fixture and results of the 2018 17 Years & Under Softball Championships, please click here.

School Sport Australia (SSA) is advertising for Tour Official positions for the 2019 SSA International Hockey Tour to Europe in May. The tour official positions are: Tour Leader Team Manager – Boys Team Manager – Girls Coach – Boys Coach – Girls Assistant Coach – Boys Assistant Coach – Girls Sports Trainer School teachers interested […]

School Sport Australia wishes to note that following the announcement of the 2018 Federal Budget, students competing in School Sport Australia Championships are still eligible to apply for funding through the Australian Institute of Sport’s Local Sporting Champions Program. For further information please click here.

To view live results of the 2018 Baseball Championships, please click here.

Queensland won its thirteenth straight Overall Trophy after adding the Relay Trophy to its cabinet today at the School Sport Australia Triathlon Championships at the Sydney International Regatta Centre. In second place was Western Australia followed by NSW, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and ACT This outstanding run began in 2006 when they tied with NSW […]

The schedule for the 2018 SSA 18 Years & Under Tennis Championships in Brisbane, Queensland from 28 April – 6 May has been released.

Queensland continues to dominate the Triathlon Championship Individual Trophy by winning the Individual Trophy at the 2018 Championships at the Sydney International Regatta Centre. Tied in second place were New South Wales and Western Australia. Images of all podium finishers are available by clicking here.

Newcastle Grammar School student Lorcan Redmond today won his fifth in a row Triathlon Championship at the Sydney International Regatta Centre (SIRC). He came from over a minute behind after the cycle leg with a time of 15:47 for the 5 km run leg to win by 27 seconds over Lachlan Jones from Queensland with […]