John XXIII College, CBC Fremantle & Mandurah Catholic College winners at ACC Swimming A Division



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John XXIII College, CBC Fremantle & Mandurah Catholic College winners at ACC Swimming A Division

Wednesday, 24 March, 2021 - 16:20
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Congratulations to John XXIII College, CBC Fremantle and Mandurah Catholic College who were the winners of today’s A Division swimming carnival at HBF Stadium. JTC won the Combined Aggregate, CBC won the Overall Boys shield and MCC the Girls Aggregate. Sacred Heart was runner up overall.  

It was another close day of competition with the lead changing hands throughout the day. The standard of competition was high with 5 records being broken. It came right down to the wire and the final few relays, but the students from JTC managed to come through at the end and take home the A Division shield for the first time since 1992. Sacred Heart were chasing their 10th win a row but just couldn't find the points to take it out again.

CBC Fremantle dominated the boys competition winning every shield in a powerhouse display. Mandurah Catholic College performed well at the top level, winning the Overall Girls shield and finishing 3rd in the Combined Aggregate. 

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All the results from today’s A Division Swimming Carnival are available on the ACC web site:


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Overall team results and Age Champions will be published in the West Australian newspaper in the brief sports section.

Post Carnival

It is ACC carnival policy that results are not final until three working days after the carnival. Within this period schools are asked to scrutinize all the results and report any errors/disputes to the ACC office. The ACC will investigate all disputes and if valid, results will be changed accordingly.

Age Champions, All Star Team & Record breakers

The ACC does not announce age championship winners at the carnivals. Championship winners are posted on the web site results after the carnival and will receive a certificate of acknowledgment. Following the series of carnivals, the ACC will compare all results and select an honorary All Star team of the best performers in each event across all carnival divisions. Students selected in the All Star team will receive a certificate and badge of acknowledgment from the ACC. Any student that sets or equals a record at an ACC carnival will also be presented with a certificate of acknowledgement after the carnivals.

Thank you to all schools for their participation in the carnival. 

ACC A Division Swimming Combined Aggregate John XXIII 1153 Sacred Heart 1146 Mandurah Catholic 1072 Newman 1034 All Saints’ 993 Chisholm 963 St Stephen’s 788 Boys Aggregate CBC Fremantle 701 Sacred Heart 596 John XXIII 570 All Saints’ 515 Newman 488 Mandurah Catholic 482 Chisholm 437 St Stephen’s 404 Girls Aggregate Mandurah Catholic 590 John XXIII 583 Sacred Heart 550 Newman 546 Chisholm 526 Mercedes 499 All Saints’ 478 St Stephen’s 384 Age Champions Girls Open Crystal Edwards (St Stephen’s Duncraig) Boys Open Mitch McKell (All Saints’) U/17 Girls Emily Holland (Newman) U/17 Boys Tom Anderson (St Stephen’s) U/16 Girls Jaymie Lutton (Chisholm) U/16 Boys Charlie Hodge (John XXIII) U/15 Girls Helena Toms (Mercedes) U/15 Boys Sean Alcorn (Mandurah Catholic) U/14 Girls Sidney Ashby (Mandurah Catholic) U/14 Boys Sam Carmignani (Sacred Heart) U/13 Girls Emma Stewart (Sacred Heart) U/13 Boys Jack Woods (CBC Fremantle) New Records Girls U13 50m Breaststroke 33.53 Emma Stewart (Sacred Heart) Boys 50m Breaststroke 36.64 Jack Woods (CBC Fremantle) Girls U19 100m Freestyle 59.10 Crystal Edwards (St Stephen’s) Boys Junior 4x50m Medley Relay 2:05.86 (CBC Fremantle) Girls U14 4 x 50m Relay 2:01.66 (John XXIII)