Sport at Mt Maria

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Sport at Mt Maria College is designed to provide our students with positive experiences in physical activity and competitive sport. 

No matter what sport a student is involved with, emphasis is always placed on;

  • Commitment
  • Strong Work Ethic
  • Teamwork
  • Enjoyment
  • Good Sportsmanship

Mt Maria College is a member of the South - Eastern Colleges Association (SECA) in which it competes against several other Catholic Co-educational Secondary Schools (Inter-school Sport).

Most sports are played in school time to allow students to fulfil any club commitments they may have on weekends. Training commitments are before and after school. It is an expectation that all students involved in a team attend training sessions. 



SPORTS OFFERED AT MT MARIA COLLEGE (Years 7 - 12)

​Term One

​Term Two 

​Term Three

Swimming
​Cross Country
​Athletics
Cricket
OzTag
​SECA Season 1
Rugby League 9's (Boys)
Netball (Girls)
Indoor/5-a-side Soccer
Volleyball / Beach Volleyball
Chess
Theatre Sports
​SECA Season 2
Touch Football
Outdoor Soccer
Basketball
Chess
Theatre Sports


​AFL 9's
Rugby 7's



METROPOLITAN NORTH SCHOOL SPORT

Mt Maria College is a member of the Metropolitan North School Sport Region for students wishing to compete in state and national titles in their chosen sport/s. 

Students wishing to trial for a Metropolitan North team must notify the Sports Coordinator one month prior to the district trial or regional trial for Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics. 

Mt Maria College is also a member of the North West District (for those students turning 12 in Year 7) and the North West Independent District (for those students 13 and older). Students wishing to trial for a sport (other than Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics) must first go through the North West District trial, or the North West Independent District Trial – depending on age.  Please be aware that the NWD and NWID trial dates are at different times, as are all further competitions (Regionals, States and Nationals). The College is able to nominate directly into the regional carnival for Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics.


QUEENSLAND SCHOOL SPORT

Students who are selected in a Metropolitan North team then attend the State Championships where they can be selected to represent Queensland at National School Championships.

AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL SPORT

Students who are selected in a Queensland team then attend the National Championships where they can be selected to represent Australia.

CONFRATERNITY AND QISSN CARNIVALS

Every year in the first week of the June/July holidays the College participates in the state wide Confraternity (Rugby League) and QISSN (Netball) Carnivals. This is a highlight of the sporting year especially for students in our Open Rugby League and Open A Netball sides.