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Sports

Our school is committed to providing quality sporting competitions and opportunities for all. This comes from a deeply held belief that physical activity is essential for the physical, social and emotional well-being of our students. As such, there are many opportunities for students to become involved in sport here at Corinda. They are:

Elite Pathway Tournaments

Throughout the year there are a number of Elite Pathways Tournaments that the school enters into. Elite pathways tournaments are currently available for Tennis, Futsal, Football, Netball, AFL, Volleyball and Touch Football. These tournaments give our students the opportunity to compete against the best teams in the Region, State and Nation.
 
Trials will be required for these teams and the best performing students are selected irrespective of age or grade. If selected in these squads, students usually compete outside of school time and there is usually a cost involved. Some of these cater for a wide range of age groups, which sometimes means we can enter teams from all age groups.     
 
Recent Outstanding Performance in Elite Pathways Tournaments:
  • 2016 Queensland Futsal Runners-up – 14 Boys
  • 2016 Metropolitan West Teams Tennis Champions - Open Girls.

Inter-School Sport

Our school participates in the West Brisbane District Interschool sport competition. The purpose of this competition is to provide quality sporting opportunities between schools in the district. This competition enables all students from Year 7 to Year 12, Boys and Girls, the opportunity to participate in a range of sports against five other schools in the District. The sports available for participation are Touch Football, Volleyball, Softball, Baseball, Cricket, Basketball, Netball, Football, and AFL. 
 
To enhance the quality of the competition the conveners of each sport source qualified referees and suitable first aid personnel. Some of the sports will be played at school venues whilst others will use community facilities including the Queensland Tennis Centre.
 
The competition is divided into two seasons where teams compete for the title of District Premiers. Premier teams will then progress onto the Metropolitan Finals series against other winning schools from across South East Queensland.
 
Recent Outstanding Performance in Inter-School Sport:
  • 2016 District Premiers Baseball – Open Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Basketball – Year 8/9 Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Football – Year 8/9 Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Football – Year 7 Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Netball – Year 8/9 Girls
  • 2016 District Premiers Tennis – Open Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Tennis – Open Girls
  • 2016 District Premiers Tennis – Year 10 Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Tennis – Year 8/9 Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Tennis – Year 8/9 Girls
  • 2016 District Premiers Tennis – Year 7Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Touch Football – Open Boys
  • 2016 District Premiers Touch Football – Year 7 Girls
  • 2016 District Premiers Volleyball – Year 10 Girls.​