Online Programming Up and Running.

MARCH 2020, Amidst the evolving situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, CCAS have put together a program that will enable all current athletes to keep exercising safely within the confinements of their homes for the next 10 – 12 week period or as long as needed. The program will be interactive and delivered to athletes across…

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

With concerns increasing around the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), detailed information can be found from the AIS site regarding the virus and sporting activity. https://ais.gov.au/health-wellbeing/covid-19#covid-19_and_sport_faq Hand hygiene remains the single best action for reducing risk of acquiring any respiratory or gastrointestinal infection. The Central Coast Academy of Sport will be supplying hand sanitiser to all sports…

Inter Academy Hockey Camp Armidale

The CCAS UAA Boys and Girls Hockey squad have recently returned from a successful inter academy camp in Armidale. Over 120 hockey players from the North Coast, Western region, Hunter and Northern Inland academies attended the two (2) day camp. “This is the first time that CCAS have been involved in the inter academy hockey…

UAA Indigenous Talent ID Day Fun for All

The Central Coast Academy of Sport’s annual Indigenous Talent ID Day turned out to be another great day for the ninety (90+) student who attended and enjoyed the games and festivities. The concept of an ITID Day was developed in partnership between the Central Coast Academy of Sport and Underwriting Agencies Australia (UAA) with a…

2019 Award Winners Announced

The VIATEK Central Coast Academy of Sport Awards Evening was held on Wednesday 20th November at Mingara Recreation Club. In a room full of influential guests, athletes, parents and supporters the CCAS announced the major award winners for 2019. The awards evening was the second stage of the restructured awards presentation.  Every sporting program athletes…

Vibrant Launch for Summer Sports Programs

The Central Coast Academy of Sport recently inducted the summer intake of athletes at the group Orientation Event held at Mingara Recreation Club.  In all upwards of one hundred (100) athletes took part representing programs in AFL, Basketball, Golf and Hockey. Soon to follow suit will be Netball, providing another thirty-plus (30+) positions for young…

Triathletes on the Road to Nationals

In a first for the Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS), a team of four Female Triathletes from The CCAS Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific Triathlon Program will undertake Race 1 of The Australian Youth, Junior and U23 National Triathlon Series to be held in Runaway Bay, QLD, in December. The CCAS team charged by Head…