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St Brigid’s College 2022 ACC Champions

Published 16/09/2022 · Academic

Congratulations to the 2022 Secondary ACC Squad!


What a joyous moment for the 2022 Secondary ACC Squad, who went to WA Athletics stadium yesterday and won the Overall Girls Championship for the B Division! Great news indeed after winning the Junior Girls Division as well. This fantastic result was a true reflection of the talents these students are gifted with and paired with the hard work they put into practice for the competition!
Age Champion Under 13’s 100m Hurdles High Jump Javelin Shot Putt Long Jump
2nd Place Amelie Markovic


1st 1st 1st (1.48m) 1st 4th 1st
100m hurdles 200m 400m Long Jump
3rd Place Blair Bell 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st
400m 200m High Jump 800m
5th Place Maia Goodall 1st 1st 1st (1.40m) 1st


Age Champion Under 14s 400m 200m Long Jump Hurdles 100m
2nd Place Demi Bell* 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd

*Demi is a year 7 who competed in an age group in Year 8. 

Age Champion Under 16s 400m Discus Long Jump Hurdles 800m Javelin High Jump
3rd Place Chloe Mills 5th 5th 3rd 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd

We also won the Year 7 Relay consisting of Maia Goodall, Amelie Markovic, Gemma Pilot and Blair Bell. They ran this relay in 56 seconds!

There were outstanding results on the day, but another special mention goes out to Lucy Quartermaine who competed in the Year 10 age group – even though she is only Year 7. Lucy Came 4th in the 1500m and 3rd in the 800m against girls 3 years older than her.

The Carnival live stream replay is available through this link:

Finally, thank you to SBC staff members for supporting the girls throughout their preparation. This shows a holistic reflection of the College’s values and its direction moving forward.


Best Regards,

Chris Pietroniro and the PE Department


On behalf of the College, we thank Chris and PE Department for their incredible support and guidance to the girls. Well done!



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