Saturday 30 June 2018

St Joseph’s Nudgee College
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About

What is SU QLD Games?

A new initiative in 2018, SU QLD Games is a large-scale, full-day event where more than 300 players will compete in teams across multiple sports!

This event will kick off on Saturday, June 30, 2018, at Nudgee College, which boasts top-of-the-line sporting facilities. To add even more to the day, Ex-Olympian and gold medalist, Duncan Armstrong, will be a guest speaker.

We will also hear from Jenny Campbell, mum of Olympians Cate and Bronte Campbell.

Our Vision and Mission

our mission

To bring God’s love, hope and good news to
children, young people and their families.

 

our vision

To see each child, young person and families connected and supported in community, serving others and experiencing fullness of life through the world of sport.

 

program

Saturday 30th June

8am-7pm

St Joseph’s Nudgee College

COST:  $45pp
(Includes full day sports program plus lunch & snacks)

AGES: 15+

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER:
Olympic Gold Medalist Duncan Armstrong

Sessions

Sports

Throughout the day there will be 2 team sport sessions and 1 athletics session.

At each sport session there’ll be 5 mixed team sports on offer, available in either A Grade or B Grade to provide a range of competition for different skill levels.

The athletics session will include a variety of optional competitions including sprints, the beep test and tug of war.

The athletics session gives males and females the chance to compete separately and will also include Masters Competitions for competitors aged over 45.

Touch Footy

Basketball

Netball

7 Aside Soccer

Volleyball

Sessions

Sports

Throughout the day there will be 2 team sport sessions and 1 athletics session.

At each sport session there’ll be 5 mixed team sports on offer, available in either A Grade or B Grade to provide a range of competition for different skill levels.

The athletics session will include a variety of optional competitions including sprints, the beep test and tug of war.

The athletics session gives males and females the chance to compete separately and will also include Masters Competitions for competitors aged over 45.

Touch Footy

Basketball

Netball

7 Aside Soccer

Volleyball

other information

What to bring?

  • Hat
  • Jumper
  • Sports Gear
  • Running shoes
  • Sports Tape
  • Water bottle
  • Cash (Optional)
    To purchase items from the canteen or food trucks at dinner time.

First aid

St Johns Ambulance will be on site and looking after all our first aid needs.
Venue

Locations

Our primary location will be

St Joseph’s Nudgee College
2199 Sandgate Rd, Boondall QLD 4034

However, Netball will be played at:

Earnshaw College
Cnr Earnshaw and Tufnell Roads, Banyo, QLD 4014

Groups will be responsible for their own transport to and from Earnshaw College.
SIGN UP

Registration

All players attending SU Games must come as part of a group. Groups can range from 6 people to 100 or more people. There is really no upper limit, you simply need enough people to enter a team in at least one sport per session.
player

REGISTERING AS A PLAYER

To register yourself as a player within a group, please click the “Register Now” button and follow the link.

You will be prompted to tell us which group you are coming with by listing the name of your Group Captain. (This is the person who registered your group)

group

REGISTERING A GROUP

To register a group,
click the button below and follow the link.

Alternatively, if you would like more information about what it means to be a Group Captain, please contact Jeff or Charissa at sugames@suqld.org.au

Note 1: In order to complete your registration, you will be requested to make your payment of $45 via credit card as the final step. Please have your details ready before you begin. There are no other accepted methods of payment at this time.

Note 2: This event is for ages 15+. If you will be under 18 at the time of the event we require your parent/guardian to fill in your registration form.

If you are an individual and you wish to attend but do not have a group, you can contact us at sugames@suqld.org.au and we will endeavor to connect you with a group in your area.
Code Of Conduct

Spirit of the Games

In line with our vision and mission, we expect that all competitors will conduct themselves in an appropriate manner, adhering to any rules or requests made by organisers, officials and the venue.

All attendees are required to demonstrate:

  1. Respectfulness – through both words and actions, towards umpires and referees, organisers and officials, other teams, and also your own team mates. We also expect all players to treat the facilities and equipment with care.

 

  1. Good sportsmanship – by playing honestly by the rules, accepting graciously either a loss or win, celebrating the efforts of others, and by caring for the safety and well-being of other players more than caring about a victory. We also want to see players having fun, and giving it their best regardless of ability.
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Contact Us

Charissa White
Field Support Admin. Assistant
sugames@suqld.org.au

Jeff Howard
Regional Manager, Brisbane
jeffh@suqld.org.au
0449 928 405

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