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School Rugby Overview

Queensland Rugby provides a number of programs for growing the game in schools, foremost among them being the Ballymore Cup, the state's largest school Rugby competition.

The Ballymore Cup provides an opportunity for "non-traditional" rugby playing schools who win their respective regional championships to test themselves against other regional champions from across the state.

As well, each year the Queensland Rugby Football Schools Union selects schoolboy teams to participate in regional and national titles.

The QRFSU also hosts international teams on behalf of the ARFSU.

The QRFSU also represents the rugby playing school groups, GPS, AIC and TAS (which administer their own rugby competitions independently of Queensland Rugby) and the Combined Secondary Schools.

The GPS Schools are (in alphabetical order):

Anglican Church Grammar School
Brisbane Boys' College
Brisbane Grammar School
Brisbane State High School
Ipswich Grammar School
St. Joseph's Nudgee College
St. Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace
The Southport School
Toowoomba Grammar School

The Associated Independent Colleges of Queensland (AIC) schools are (in alphabetical order):

Iona College
Marist College Ashgrove
Padua College
St Edmund's College
St Laurence's College
St Patrick's College
St Peters Lutheran College
Villanova College  

TAS (The Associated Schools) are:

Cannon Hill Anglican College
Canterbury College
St Johns Anglican College
The Scots PGC College
John Paul College
Ormiston College
Redeemer Lutheran College
Rivermount College
St Columban's College
St Paul's School
West Moreton Anglican College

Queensland Combined Secondary School regions are:


Each of these 10 regions conducts trials for Under 18 and Under 15 regional teams. State championships are held in May for the Under 18's and in August for the Under 15's.

 


 

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