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Daramalan sisters big in basketball

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Congratulations to students Callie and Issie Bourne who were chosen this week to join the Canberra Capitals training squad. Both have signed development contracts as the Capitals look to the future in rebuilding the once great basketball franchise. The full story can be found here in the Canberra Times: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/sport/act-sport/wnbl-canberra-capitals-recruit-daramalan-schoolgirl-duo-for-season-of-revival-20160919-grjan4.html  

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Year 12 boys help Lifeline

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Lifeline’s annual Bookfair starts this weekend and as most of Lifeline’s volunteers are rather elderly, so a call went out for assistance in helping move the heavy boxes full of books ready for display. Five of our Year 12 boys immediately offered to help and in just over an hour had moved and unpacked 700 boxes ready […]

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String Ensemble wins Gold medal

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On Thursday 1 September, the Daramalan String Ensemble who were competing in the Wagga Eisteddfod along with the Choir, took First Place and the Gold medal in the prestigious annual competition with dozens of schools competing. Congratulations to Helena Popovic and Mrs Volk and all their talented students.

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Year 12 Dara boys to represent Australia in Rugby

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Congratulations go to Year 12 student Thomas Ross who has been selected in the Australian Schoolboys rugby team to play Samoa in September as well as Mackenzie Hansen (also Year 12) who has been selected in the Australian Barbarians Schoolboys Rugby team. The addition of these two boys to the 2016 playing list, brings the total […]

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Rowers win top ACT title

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The first week of July this year proved a lucky one for the current Daramalan Eight in Rowing ACT’s Greg Welsh Cup. This was the last race of the season for our Year 12 girls with the team (pictured) winning the prestigious ACT Schoolgirls Eight Cup. Congratulations to Sarah Larkin, Amy Dwyer (cox), Jessica Brady, […]

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