Beyond the classroom, a plethora of sporting opportunities awaits at Matthew Flinders Anglican College.
Flinders College Sports
Played competitively or recreationally, sport is integral to the co-curricular experience at Flinders – helping students grow in confidence through perseverance, resilience, teamwork and leadership, celebrating success and dealing with disappointment. Our students excel as teams and individuals, with championship titles in many sports, including Athletics, Netball, Cross Country, Rugby and AFL. Find out more about our Flinders College Sport program here.
Flinders Club Sports
Our Flinders Club Sports are not only for Flinders students but are open to all children in the local community. Learn more about our Flinders Club Sports options here.
School Representative Sport
The College offers a variety of sports where students aged 10–18 can represent the College at district, regional and state levels. The following sports are available: AFL, athletics, baseball, basketball, cricket, cross country, football, golf, hockey, netball, rugby league, rugby union, softball, surfing, swimming, tennis, touch football, volleyball and water polo.
The pathway to Australian Schools Representation is Independent District (SCISSA), Sunshine Coast Region (Redcliffe to Cooroy), Queensland, Australia (where available). Not all sports have representative opportunities at all four levels. Further clarification is available from Adam Ridgewell (Head of Sport) or Linda Donald (Head of Primary Sport). For more information please visit the SCISSA website.
Flinders Directors of Coaching
The College has Directors of Coaching across the sports of basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball, rugby, touch football, volleyball and water polo. Flinders students benefit from the expertise of these world-class Directors of Coaching to encourage students to participate in sport and reach their potential. Read our Directors of Coaching biographies here.
There are many quality sports facilities on campus to enable students to pursue their sporting hobbies, improve their fitness and skills, and learn through the Health & Physical Education curriculum. The Flinders Aquatic Centre provides a Learn-to-Swim program as well as a quality 25-metre 8-lane heated outdoor pool. The Centre plays hosts to College swimming carnivals, Health & Physical Education swim lessons, water polo training and matches, and more. Explore our sports facilities here.
Flinders Sport Scholarships, remitting up to 50% of tuition fees*, are offered to students entering Years 7-12. The 2021 Flinders Sports Scholarship round is open for applications now. Learn more here.
|Activity||Teacher in Charge|
|Head of Sport (7-12)||Adam Ridgewellemail@example.com|
|Head of Primary Sport (P-6)||Linda Donaldfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sport Administrator||Kelli Skodaemail@example.com|
|Cross Country||Mark McDowellfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Touch Football||Scott Kennedyemail@example.com|
|Water Polo||Noel Hayesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Flinders Clubs||Main Contact|
|Flinders Aquatic Academy||Erin Mooney |
0448 482 444
|Flinders Basketball Club||Helen Court-Williams|
0417 642 555
|Flinders Cricket Club||Chris Peters |
|Lisa Schultz (Treasurer)
Libby Sanderson (Secretary)
|Flinders Hockey Club||Andrew Needham |
0404 282 990
|Flinders Netball Club||Anthony Butt|
0428 237 762
|Flinders Rowing Club||Janine Setchell|
0402 026 862
|Flinders Rugby Club||Sarah Tipper|
|Flinders Sailing Club||Ian Jessett|
0473 574 306 email@example.com
|Flinders Soccer Club||John Gillies|
0419 750 066
|Flinders Tennis Club||Andrew Kratzmann|