Sport

Mr Paul Curtain, Men's Breakfast 2021 guest speaker.

Paul Curtain has been a fierce advocate for community sports and participation all his life. He was a boarder at Savio College from Year 7 in 1967 through Year 12 in 1972, a good student, keen sportsman, friend of the Salesians and a legend of old scholar cricket and football. Paul was a successful player and administrator, and always promoted investment in the local community.

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DOSA Football Best & Fairest Awards

​The Old Scholars football season concluded with the annual Best & Fairest Awards Dinner on Friday 30 October and the players and club were able to celebrate some of the highlights and come together to anticipate an enjoyable and successful 2021 season.

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Season finishes for DOSA Football

​For the first time in many years there are no DOSA teams in Old Scholar Grand Finals in 2020, as both seniors and reserves DOSA Football teams were beaten by their opponents in last Saturday's preliminary finals.

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DOSA Football hosts Daisy for Round 1

DOSA Football Club have signed Dale Thomas to play a one off game for the Club in Round 1 of the Old Scholars Football Association roster.

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DOSA Football news

DOSA Football Club players have returned to pre-season training at Dominic College for the 2020 Old Scholars Football roster which commences in April.

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DOSA Grand Finals success

The Dominic Old Scholars Association (DOSA) Football Club defeated Richmond in both the Old Scholars Football grand finals on Saturday 21 September. Back to back premierships in Seniors and Reserves! What a day!

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Congrats Luke Golding

In a huge milestone, old scholar Luke ‘Gobble’ Golding (1997) played game number 300 for the DOSA Football Club at the TCA on Saturday, in an important win over Hutchins for the reserves side.

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Game 400 for DOSA legend

On Saturday, 29 June 2019, old scholar, Brendan “Snowy” Loveless (1990) played his 400th game with the DOSA Football Club, the first player ever to do so.Snowy is DOSA through and through! He started in 1995, but only played three games. Since then. despite ACL surgery and broken legs, he has been playing for nearly a quarter of a century and passed the previous record holder, Tom Jarvis, in 2017.

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Madi Browne at Dominic College

As part of developing the relationship of elite athletes and juniors, Dominic College hosted netball star, Australian Diamonds player, Collingwood Magpies co-captain, Madi Browne to run drills with and answer questions from our students on Thursday 6 June in the Savio Centre.

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Jaoanese Sports!

On, Saturday 1 June, the Year I to 6 annual sports day was held at Salesio. Students have been preparing for weeks. Although similar to our Sports Carnivals, there were distinctly Japanese touches.

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