Sport

The opportunities in sport at The Riverina Anglican College inspires students of all abilities and ages - from beginner to elite. 

Our sport philosophy

Our philosophy focuses on students actively participating in a variety of competitive and non-competitive societal games and recreations. There is a balance between participation for all students and the ability to strive for excellence in competitive sporting activities. Sport is not an adjunct to other endeavours but is an integral component of the total school educational programme.  

College sport

As part of the curriculum, sport is compulsory for K-11 students. Year level sport is scheduled on separate days of the week. Junior year levels, take part in sport on a weekly basis. 

All Secondary School Students are able to wear their sports uniform on Friday's, with Year 7-10 participating in weekly sport on this day.

All Junior School Students have a specific day for sport. 

Sport carnivals

The College holds its own carnivals in Swimming, Athletics and Cross Country. Students are selected after these Carnivals to represent the College in interschool Carnivals.

A great sporting tradition

The Riverina Anglican College celebrates sporting success and all students are encouraged to participate and be the best they can be. In recent years, our teams have achieved premiership titles in AFL, netball, diving, swimming, athletics, cross country and tennis. 

Our sporting alumni include:

Harry Perryman AFL (OT2019)

Dougal Howard AFL (OT2017)

Claudia Obst Rugby Union (OT2017)

Jaimin Jolliffe Rugby League (OT2014)

Max King AFL (OT2013)

Djali Bloomfield Cricket (OT2009)

Jackson Strong Motorcross (OT2009)