Come and try the fastest growing form of basketball before our competitive season begins next term. Ambrose Treacy College 3-x-3 basketball season begins next week on 10 May. Training and game times are below and all sessions are conveniently held on the ATC courts.
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ATC Juniors will continue in their second year in the AFLBJ Competition with teams from Under 9 to Under 14 in 2015. With 5 teams in our inaugural season in 2014 we are looking to build in 2015. Boys can play ATC Juniors AFL as well as school soccer and rugby to get the most out of the winter football codes!
Our head coach Mr Remo Buess has returned in 2016 to support coaches in continuing to offer a high quality football program at ATC. Pre-season includes an emphasis on football specific conditioning and massed practise of fundamental skills in preparation for the school soccer season in Term 2. Boys will also have the opportunity to play Futsal for the College in the SE QLD Futsal Championships during the football pre-season.
Our Cross country program in embedded within our Athletics program and involves specialised training. A combination of regular interschool QCIS competitions and representative opportunities allow all boys to achieve their best. Cross Country is a very popular sport at our College and continues to be a major aspect of our sporting program.
Rugby got off to a flying start at ATC in 2015 and we are very excited about the future opportunities in this sport. In 2016 Rugby will be played in both a Sevens and full team format and will involve a number of carnival and tournament opportunities as well as a full school season running either side of the June/July holiday period. Boys will play in age groups, rather than year levels and will compete against a variety of Catholic and
Independent boys schools across south-east Queensland.
The BJRU Summer Sevens competition in Term 4 will give the boys the opportunity to play a different format of the game and enjoy the fast paced action of 7’s rugby.