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Sport at Redlynch State College

Redlynch State College uses a house system to coordinate all of its 3 major interhouse sporting competitions. These competitions include our annual Swimming Carnival (Secondary Campus), Cross Country (Primary & Secondary Campuses) and Athletics Carnival (Primary & Secondary Campuses).

New students to the school are randomly assigned to one of four house groups. Younger siblings are put into the same house as their elder siblings.

These 4 houses are named after water features found in the nearby Freshwater Creek.

 

Rapids - Red

 

Falls – Gold

 

 Cascades - Green

 

 Torrents - Blue

 

 
  
Interschool sport

On the Primary campus students in Years 4-6 have the opportunity to participate in Interschool Sports such as AFL, rugby league (Year 6), netball (Year 6), cross country and athletics. For more information about interschool sport on the Primary campus please contact Mr Andrew Vearing.

On the Secondary Campus, a range of sporting activities are undertaken. Students in Years 11 and 12 participate in the Cairns Inter School Sport Association (CISSA) competition on a Wednesday afternoon in semester 1. Students also have the opportunity to participate in Interschool events in sports such as cross country, athletics, rugby league, netball, AFL, cricket and swimming. Students need to listen to notices for information about these competitions.

Each year students in Year 6 participate in the annual Redlynch State College vs Freshwater State School Challenge in a range of sports. Redlynch currently holds the trophy.

For more information on the Secondary campus please contact Mr Nathan Selsby.

Regional, State and Australian Representation 

Through the School Sport system, students are provided with the opportunity to represent their district (Barron River and Trinity Coast North), region (Peninsula), Queensland and Australia. Students who gain selection in representative teams are recognised formally through our white, half blue and full blue awards at our Excellence in Sports Dinner.

Redlynch State College primary students form part of the Barron River sporting district. Redlynch State College secondary students form part of the Trinity Coast North (TCN) district. Students successful in making a Barron River or TCN team may represent their district at the Peninsula Region Championships/Trials.

Peninsula Region

Students selected in a Peninsula regional team will usually travel and compete in a Queensland School Sport competition. Contested by up to 12 regions, students at the State Championships have the opportunity to be selected to represent Queensland School Sport teams.

For more information please visit:

Peninsula School Sport

Queensland School Sport

Australian School Sport