Sport

​​​​​​​For our College community, sport is a passionate affair.  Clair-1475 (Mobile).jpg

The College is steeped in sporting history, boasting many state and national stars from a variety of sports. They strengthened their skills in district sport, regional representative sport and our intra-school House sport.  But it’s more than just talent and skills … our graduates also learned spirit, character, decision-making and leadership while representing their College.
 
In 2015, the College joined The South East Colleges Association of Sport (SECA Sport). This Association was established to facilitate and promote a spirit of camaraderie, competitiveness and support amongst the ten (10) Brisbane Catholic Education member schools.
 
We are proud to announce that in the first few years of competition the College won all 3 sporting carnivals and had over 20 teams win their division in winter sport.  An outstanding effort and congratulations to all students who participated.  We look forward to a challenging and successful 2021 in the sporting arena.
  
To view the results for the College please click on the SECA website.
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Students can participate in competitive sports including:
​AFL
​​Kokoda Challenge
​Athletics Netball
Basketball
​​Oz Tag
​Chess

Rugby League

​​CMC Striders (Running Club)​

​​ Rugby 7s            
CMC Stingers (Swimming Club)
​​Soccer  
Cricket
​​Tennis
​Cross Country
Theatre Sports
E-Sports
Touch Football​​
​Futsal​                                             
​Volleyball                                        

 
We also offer non-competitive sport options as well.  These include:
Maxi Fit Gym
Indoor Rock Climbing​
Ice Skating​​                              Roller Skating                         
​Community Service Table Tennis
​Ten Pin Bowling
Bush walking Group
​​Yoga
​​Badminton
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Code of Conduct - Sport

Students are expected to travel to and from venues dressed in full school sports uniform, including correct socks, shoes and hat, and they will change into the appropriate playing strips at the venue. Any student who does not wear the correct sports uniform will not be allowed to participate and will remain at school. Students competing in inter-school teams will be expected to purchase the newly designed College Uniform (unless otherwise notified) for the various sporting codes. This will be available from the Uniform Shop before the commencement of SECA Sport Season.
 
Professional conduct MUST be displayed at all times, whether playing in a sporting team or participating in a recreational activity. Codes of Conduct/Behaviour for Clairvaux MacKillop College and the relevant sporting body associated with the team sport being played by your son/daughter are to be adhered to AT ALL TIMES. As a College, we pride ourselves on having a reputation for fair and ethical play and serious consequences will be faced by students who do not follow our high expectations.

 
Inter-House Carnivals
The College hold 3 sport carnivals a year.  The dates include:
 
Swimming Carnival            Thursday 4th February 2021
Cross Country Carnival      Thursday 1st April 2021
Athletics Carnival               Thursday 24th and Friday 25th June 2021