Day three of National Schools Event had sport, performing arts and Greek dancing


The third day of the 2024 Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia National Schools Event (GOAANSE) took place in Sydney on Thursday with male and female students facing off in netball and futsal.

The events started from early morning with Girls Netball taking place between 9am and 3pm at Netball Central, and Girls Futsal from 9am to 3pm at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Halls. The Boys Futsal competition took place between 9.15am and 3pm at the Billbergia Sport Centre.

St Spyridon College won the Girls Netball and Boys Futsal competitions, whilst St Andrew’s Grammar won Girls Futsal.

The sports games were followed by a Performing Arts Festival and Dinner Dance at night. The events were held at Spyridon College Senior Campus SPACe.

Since 1998, Greek Orthodox schools across Australia have each taken a turn in hosting the GOAANSE.

The schools that are taking part this year are: St Spyridon College (host, NSW), Oakleigh Grammar (VIC), All Saints Grammar (NSW), St Andrew’s Grammar (WA), St Euphemia College (NSW), St George College (SA), and St John’s College (VIC).




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