Presentation College Windsor is actively participating in the Secondary Catholic Schools Association (SCSA) across a wide range of sports and divisions. 


On Friday, 10 March, PCW competed in the SCSA Tennis Tournament where teams played in a round robin.  Our Junior and Senior teams both placed Runners Up overall in a thrilling match to the end.  While our Intermediate team fell shy of the Grand Final after drawing and playing over time in the Semi-Final. 

Here’s the latest sports…


On Thursday, 17 August PCW hosted the SCSA Division 2 Volleyball at MSAC.  PCW entered 7 teams who gave up many lunchtimes with their training.  Congratulations to all students who performed remarkably well at the competition.

Final Results:

Junior A:                4th Place

Junior B:                5th Place

Junior C:                2nd Place

Intermediate A:      2nd Place

Intermediate B:      4th Place

Senior A:                6th Place

Senior B:               1st Place - CONGRADULATIONS LADIES



PCW Students competed at the SCSA Soccer Competition on 23 August.  Our Juniors and Intermediate teams were knocked out in the Semi Finals, while our Seniors just lost their Grand Final.  All teams were very competitive and played well together.


2017 SCSA Athletics Results - Lakeside Stadium

Our PCW Athletes competed at the SCSA Athletics at Lakeside Stadium. All students who attended put in a fantastic effort!

Our results for Division 2 - SCSA Athletics:

(9 competing schools)


Juniors:                3rd

Intermediates:     8th

Seniors:               4th  


SCSA New Records:

A special mention to both Emily Rule and Chole Kaufman who achieved what many set out to do on that day, break previous SCSA held records. Both girls broke previously held javelin records in their respective age groups.

  • Emily Rule – 29.59m (previous 28.77m) Yr 12
  • Chloe Kaufman – 26.15m (previous 23.14m) Yr 7





2017 SCSA Swimming Results - MSAC

SCSA Swimming 2017 was a great success! All girls who participated put in so much effort to get up early in the morning for some hard training sessions and swam amazingly on the night! We could not have asked for a better outcome, coming second overall and having our intermediates come first! Well done to all the girls, we hope you are proud of your achievements! A special mention to the intermediate 4x50m relay team, Teena Getulio, Ella Hickey, Pia Fullaondo & Olivia Payne, for breaking the SCSA record!  

Emily Rule
Sports Captain



Congratulations are due to Teena Getulio from Year 9, who dominated her events at the SCSA Swimming Carnival.

Teena won all of her races and in doing so, also achieved new PCW records. In her first individual race of the night she won the 100m Intermediate Freestyle in a time of 1min 03.85sec. This time missed the current record of 1:03.61 by a mere quarter of a second.  Jacqueline Monaghan holds the current record.  Next Teena bettered the PCW Intermediate Butterfly record with a time of 31.85 lowering Jacqueline’s record by 0.15 seconds.  She then lowered the mark in the 50m Freestyle Year 9 with a very fast 29.61 making her one of the fastest PCW swimmers of all time, in any age group.  Finally, her team with Ella Hickey, Pia Fullaondo and Olivia Payne set a new record for the SCSA Intermediate 4x50m Freestyle Relay.

Outside of school swimming I would like to acknowledge Teena’s great achievements in her OPEN WATER races.  In recent years, Teena has competed in the 5000m open water Victorian Championships and earlier this year competed in Adelaide in the Australian Championship.  She entered the open race despite being only 14 years of age and incredibly came 20th.  Her training regime includes an amazing 40km per week of swimming and we wish her luck as she approaches her goals of National qualifying times and in the future even National selection.

A big Congratulations are also in order for the marvellous Year 7 swimming team, particularly the 4x50m Freestyle Relay team. This team consisting of Chloe Kaufman, Ava McQueen, Sofia Fullaondo and Felicity Hickey set a very fast time of 2mins 24.15 seconds, just missing the current PCW record.  From PCW, only the Intermediate team and the Senior A team were faster! If “Year 7” was a separate category in the competition, (the categories are Junior, Intermediate and Senior), PCW year 7 would have easily won.

Jess Monaghan also deserves a special mention, for her excellent results.  She came second in the 100m Senior Freestyle in 1:07.74.  She won her backstroke in 38.00, second in the butterfly in 35.14, second in the Freestyle in 32.01 and 3rd in the breaststroke.

There were many other outstanding performances and everyone tried their best. The team should be very proud of the wonderful overall result of second to OLSH, defeating Mater Christi, Santa Maria, Sacred Heart Girls and Ave Maria.

By Pat Kaufman


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