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Cross Country

The PDCPSSC gives all students the access to their level of competition for cross country.

Every school has its own cross country carnival as an annual event in some form. These cater for the serious runners at least and each school offers a different format for this event. Please check with your own school for details of this event.

  • Cross Country Overview
    • General Information

      School Cross Country

      The first 6 place getters in each age group from your school's cross country will be eligible to compete at the Diocesan Cross Country as long as they qualify within the times.

      Note: 8/9 years and 12/13 years are a combined age group.

      Cross Country Age Categories and Distances


      Age Group Distance Qualifying Time - Guide
      8/9 Years combined age group 2km must be completed within 13 mins
      10 Years 2km must be completed within 13 mins
      11 Years 3km must be completed within 17 mins
      12/13 Years combined age group 3km must be completed within 17 mins
      AMCE All age groups 2km must be completed within 14 mins

      Diocesan Cross Country

      Tuesday 2nd May 2017- Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek.

      This year the Primary and Secondary Cross Country will be a combined event at Eastern Creek.

      The first 8 places in each event will be eligible to compete at the NSWCPS Cross Country.

      Parramatta Diocesan Cross Country Event Order 2017


      Parramatta Diocese Primary Cross Country Championships
      Rules and Regulations
                     
      Competitors
      • Entry is available to any CEDP Primary affiliated school student who runs at their school cross country within the qualifying time.
      • Each school may enter a maximum of 6 competitors and up to 2 reserves in an age group. The first 4 competitors from each school count in the final team point score for each event.
      • All competitors MUST wear shoes. Spiked shoes are not permitted.
      • Spectators and coaches are not permitted to run alongside competitors at any time.
      Entry Lists
      • Any withdrawal sheets must be at the registration table in the Hinxman Room by 8am.
      • No changes will be accepted on the day of the carnival.
      Walk the Course
      • All runners are advised to walk the course.
      Course Markings
      • No runner is to alter the course markings and any runners caught doing so may be disqualified.
      • Runners are advised to keep the course markings on their right whilst running
      Competitors Numbers
      • All competitors are to have their Competitor number worn on the front of their shirt/singlet. These numbers are distributed to Team Managers on the day.
      • Schools are not to alter the numbers listed in the program, even if runners are absent.
      Before Each Race
      • Runner should assemble in the marshalling area at least 10-15 minutes before each race.
      • All races will start as per program sequences and time.
      • Start and Finish areas are the same for all races.
      • Team Managers MUST ensure that each runner is wearing their correct competitor number.
      After Each Race
      • Each runner will be given a place card as they cross the finishing line.
      • They continue to the recording table where their name will be recorded and points allocated.
      • The first 8 placed runners will report to the Hinxman Room (upstairs) presentation area where they will receive their information package for the NSWCPSCCC Cross Country Championships.
      Point Score
      • Points will be allocated as follows: 1st = 1 point, 2nd = 2 points,… 30th = 30 points etc.
      • Where a school fails to field four runners in an event or where less than four runners finish the course, missing runners will be allocated last place + 1 point.
      • In the event of a tie in the team awards such ties will be split by the runners finishing position. Higher finishing places will be the determining factor in a tie.
      • In the event of a school not entering a team in any age group then they shall be awarded maximum points. That is last place + one times four.
      Race Conduct
      • All competitors must wear appropriate running attire, that is school sports uniform.
      • No interference with other runners is allowed.
      • No athlete may compete with a portable music device i.e. iPod or similar devices.
      Protests
      • Can only be lodged by the Team Manager (Protests by parents or runners will not be considered) and must be lodged in writing within 15 minutes of that race finishing.
      • All protests will be dealt with by the carnival convenor, PDCPSSC Executive Officer, 2 neutral course supervisors or a neutral sports coordinator, if necessary.
      Presentation
      • Winning competitors will receive their pennants on the day.
      • Individuals will be presented will packages for the NSWCPSCCC Cross Country Championships.
      Clean Up
      • All school areas should be cleaned after the carnival, garbage bags and bins will be provided.

      NSWCPS Cross Country Championships

      Friday 16th June 2017 - Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek.

      The first six (6) place-getters from each event will be qualify in the MacKillop Team to compete at the NSWPSSA Cross Country.

      NSWCPSCCC XC Event order 2017

      NSWPSSA Cross Country Championships

      Friday 21st July 2017 - Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek
      NSW All Schools 2017_Program_of_events

      For further information contact Margaret Thornton.

    • Parramatta Cross Country Representatives

      Congratulations to the athletes who finished 1st to 10th at the Parramatta Diocesan Cross Country on Tuesday 2nd May.

      The first 8 place getters in each age group and region have progressed to the NSWCPS Cross Country on Friday 16th June.

      We wish them well.

      2017 Parramatta Diocesan (Eastern Region Results)
      2017 Parramatta Diocesan (Western Region Results)

    • MacKillop Cross Country Representatives
      Event Team name First name Last name Gender> School
      Primary 10 Years - MacKillop Parramatta East Drew MAXWELL Male Our Lady of the Rosary, Kellyville
      Primary 11 Years - MacKillop Parramatta West Molly PEAKE Female St Thomas Aquinas, Springwood
      Primary 11 Years - MacKillop Parramatta East Joseph MCENEARNEY Male St Angela's, Castle Hill
      Primary 12/13 Years - MacKillop Parramatta East Skye GROSVENOR Female Christ the King, North Rocks
      Primary 12/13 Years - MacKillop Parramatta East Saxon ORSINI Male St Bernadette's, Castle Hill
      Primary 8/9 Years - MacKillop Parramatta East Antonia BARANOWSKI Female Our Lady of Lourdes, Baulkham Hills
      Primary 8/9 Years - MacKillop Parramatta West Zackary ARMITAGE Male Our Lady of Lourdes, Seven Hills
      Primary 8/9 Years - MacKillop Parramatta East Max GIOIELLO Male St Madeleine's, Kenthurst
      Primary AWD Parramatta East Matthew ENGESSER Male St Paul Apostle, Winston Hills
      Primary AWD Parramatta East Charles SAAB Male St Monica's, Richmond

       

    • NSWPSSA Cross country Representatives

      The list of NSWPSSA Cross Country representatives is in the process of being updated.

Cross Country

  • The PDCPSSC gives all students the access to their level of competition for cross country.

    Every school has its own cross country carnival as an annual event in some form. These cater for the serious runners at least and each school offers a different format for this event. Please check with your own school for details of this event.

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