​​At St Benedict’s College all students are expected to participate in the Sporting Program through two main avenues - the Inter-House Competition and the Inter-School Competition. Through their continued hard work as representatives of the College, our students learn skills and values whi​ch enable them to develop into men and women of exceptional character who will go on to achieve success throughout their lives. 

Inte​​r-House Competition

Each student at St Benedic​t’s College is assigned to one of our College Houses - Hildegard (Yellow), Maurus (Green), Petronax (Blue) and Scholastica (Red). These Houses are named after Saints who are all associated in some way with our patron saint, Saint Benedict.

Throughout the year each student is expected to represent their House on several occasions - with the majo​​r events being the Swimming, Cross Country and Track and Field Carnivals. All students are expected to participate to the best of their ability in these events, and are encouraged to show their House pride by dressing up in the colours of their House.​

Inter-School ​​Sport

In 2019 we join other northside Catholic colleges in a new sporting association - SECA (South Eastern Colleges Association).  SECA will provide our students with many high quality sporting opportunities throughout the year.  We will join wih SCA southside (fifteen schools in total) for swimming, cross country and athletics carnivals, as well as Gala Days. 

SECA Northern Division will be competing in regular interschol sport on Wednesday afternoons.  Students can participate in 5-a-side Football, Volleyball, Touch, 11-a-side Football, Basketball, Chess, Theatre Sports Rugby League 9s (boys) and Netball (girls). There will also be College based activities such as the Walking Group.

Gala Days will involve Cricket, OzTag, Rugby 7s and AFL 9s. 

The focus of the Inter-School Sporting Pro​​gram is on participation rather than performance, however all students who represent St Benedict’s College are expected to reflect our College ethos and values. These values in a sporting sense are excellence, sportsmanship and teamwork.

Representative Sp​ort

All St Benedict’s College students have the opportunity to participate in representative sport. Students can trial for Pine Rivers District Teams in their various sports. If they are successful at that level, they would then move through the pathway of representing Pine Rivers District, Metropolitan North Region and finally Queensland.

Focus ​​Sports


Along with playing Netball as part of the Inter-School Sporting Progra​m, at St Benedict’s College students have the opportunity to participate in a high performance program which runs all year round. This program has been designed to maximise the performance of the students as individuals and as a team in two major tournaments throughout the year - Catholic Cup Netball and High Energy Youth Tournament (2017). 

Rug​​by 7s

While Rugby ​​7s is not an Inter-School Sport, the students will be working towards representing the College at the Queensland Rugby 7s in October each year. This is a two day tournament held over a weekend on the Gold Coast which involves a significant number of schools throughout Queensland. The divisions available are u/13, u/15 and u/18 Boys and Girls and the College enters teams depending on student interest and availability each year.

Touch ​​​Football

Along with repres​​enting the College in Touch Football and Oztag through the Inter-School Sporting Competition, students have the opportunity to be selected for one of the major tournaments which St Benedict’s College participates in each year – the Queensland All Schools Touch Football Tournament.


Along with part​icipating in the Inter-School Sporting Competition, students have the opportunity to trial for selection in the All Schools Volleyball teams.

St Benedicts College students with sports equipment