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Our Sports Program Leader, Mr Thomas Westcott, coordinates the Sporting Life at our College. From Netball to Rugby League, the opportunities to participate are varied.
Every student and staff member at Holy Spirit College belongs in a Sporting House. The Sporting House names were derived from an indigenous dialect: Arinya (kangaroo); Bilyana (sea eagle); Kambara (crocodile) and Yara (seagull).
Each year, HSC hosts a Swimming Carnival, Athletics Carnival and a Cross Country Carnival. These events are popular with students and staff alike and give the opportunity for healthy sporting competition and spirited rivalry between Sporting Houses.
Sports offered at Holy Spirit Collge are varied and include (but are not limited to):
Athletics, Cross Country, Running Club, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Hockey, Basketball, Netball, Football, Touch Football, AFL, Futsal Soccer, Cricket and Triathlon.
Students are able to play their sport of choice with opportunities to:
- develop their skills through coaches and mentors
- experience playing in College and representative teams, and
- try out for regional teams.
Each year, Holy Spirit college partakes in representative Netball including the Vicky Wilson Cup, Queensland Independent Secondary Schools Netball (QISSN), State and Interstate Carnivals. The College also has Rugby League teams in local competitions and the Queensland Independent Secondary Schools Rugby League (QISSRL or Confraternity) Competition each year.