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Sports

St Andrew’s College is a highly successful sporting school, with our athletes and teams consistently achieving at a regional, national and even international level, across a wide range of sports.

We offer an extensive range of more than 30 sports to students in the Secondary School. These range from core sports such as rugby, netball, hockey and rowing, to lesser known activities such as target shooting, yachting and multisport. Our programme is certain to feature a sport that fits all students’ talents and interests.

Our Director of Sport and Co-curricular Activities oversees the Sports programme, which is run by our sports team from dedicated offices.

High performing athletes in the Senior College can participate in our Athlete Sport Performance Programme (for Year 11–13 students).

We are serious about supporting students seeking a career in sport after school, with some of our expert coaches and tutors employed specially to oversee specific sports in these programmes in the Secondary School.

Major Sports for Boys and Girls

Summer
Athletics
Cricket
Futsal
Rowing
Tennis
Touch
Volleyball

Winter
Badminton
Basketball
Football
Hockey
Netball
Rugby
Trapshooting

Year Round
Golf
Ice Hockey

Alongside the major sports, the College offers a wide variety of other sports including multisport, equestrian, polo, sailing, swimming, squash, table tennis, water polo, cross country and road race, snow sports, and VEX Robotics. 

Facilities

St Andrew’s College has impressive sports facilities, including two gymnasiums, two half Astroturfs, renovated fields, new netball and tennis courts, and in 2021 our new state-of-the-art Fitness Centre was opened.

Staff

In addition to excellent facilities the College engages coaches of a high calibre. Many have previously played or coached at the top senior level.