St Patrick’s students touch football stars

On Monday 8 February 2016, St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas students Tayla Duguid and Bradley Cincotta took out the duo of both male and female award for the 2015 NSWCCC Blue Award for Touch Football.
On Monday 8 February 2016, St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas students Tayla Duguid and Bradley Cincotta took out the duo of both male and female award for the 2015 NSWCCC Blue Award for Touch Football.


On Monday 8 February 2016, St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas students Tayla Duguid and Bradley Cincotta took out the duo of both male and female award for the 2015 NSWCCC Blue Award for Touch Football at an awards evening held at St Patrick’s College, Sutherland.

Nominated and supported by their Principal Angela Hay, NSWCCC Convenor, Coach and Manager and the NSWCC Blue Award Sub Committee, these students proudly represented their school at all games and training sessions and participated in a true sporting manner. 

Tayla receiving her award.
Tayla receiving her award.


Angela said the prestigious Blue Award recognises the participation in the true spirit of the NSWCCC Sporting Association. 

‘Tayla also claimed the 2015 Vince Villa Memorial Award presented to the most outstanding male and female athlete of the year, for her level of performance, contribution and commitment to NSWCCC representative sport,’ Angela said.  ‘This Award takes into consideration sporting excellence as well as her contribution to junior sport, school leadership roles, academic achievements, extra curricular activities and other school sport representation.’ 

Tayla receiving her award.
Tayla receiving her award.


‘This is the first time a student at St Patrick’s Marist has been awarded this honour, an outstanding achievement Tayla,’ she said. ‘Both Tayla and Bradley have represented the College at NSWCCC level for the past few years and we are extremely proud that their skills and abilities have been recognised.’