Sport at Clancy Catholic College has developed a strong tradition with students participating in a variety of sports offered by the College and representative pathways through various sporting affiliations.
All students at Clancy Catholic College participate in weekly sport each Tuesday. Students have the opportunity to participate in Competitive Sport (MISA) or Clancy Sport.
MISA stands for Macarthur Independent School’s Association. It is an interschool sporting competition split into 2 divisions (North and South) and is comprised of 13 schools in the Liverpool and Campbelltown districts. Clancy Catholic College is part of the North Division and has the opportunity to compete in sports such as:
- Netball (Girls)
- Rugby League (Boys)
In 2015, Clancy Catholic College played Grand Finals in:
|Term 1||Year 10-12 Boys Indoor Cricket|
|Year 8-9 Boys Softball|
|Year 10-12 Boys Oz Tag|
|Term 2||Year 7-8 Girls Soccer|
|Year 9-10 Boys Soccer|
|Year Senior Boys Rugby League|
|Year 7-8 Boys Rugby League|
|Year 8-9 Girls Oz Tag|
|Term 3||Year 8 Girls Netball|
|Year 7 Boys Soccer|
|Year 9-12 Girls Soccer|
|Year 7 Boys Oz Tag|
|Year 7 Girls Oz Tag|
|Term 4||Year 7-9 Boys Basketball|
|Year 10-12 Boys AFL|
Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of weekly sports throughout the year.
Onsite activities include:
Students also have the opportunity to go offsite and participate in physical activity at various local venues. Sports include:
- Cardio and Group Fitness
- Martial Arts
- Indoor Soccer
- Rock Climbing
- Laser Tag
College Major Carnivals
Three major carnivals occur each year at Clancy Catholic College. These include the Swimming Carnival, Cross Country Carnival and the Athletics Carnival.
Southern Sydney Combined Catholic Colleges (SSCCC)
Clancy Catholic College is in the Southern Sydney Combines Catholic Colleges region.
Students have the opportunity to represent the College at SSCCC carnivals for selection into the Southern Sydney Team to participate at the New South Wales Combined Catholic Carnivals (NSWCCC).
Students who achieve at a high level at NSWCCC will be selected into the State Catholic Team and compete at the NSW All Schools competition against all schools from the state.