Inter-College Council

About the ICC Sporting Competition

The Inter College Sporting Competition is run by the ICC Sport representatives, where the 10 UQ Colleges compete in a variety of sports. The sports on offer for students are AFL, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Hockey, Netball, Rowing, Rugby Union, Soccer, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Touch Football, Volleyball and Water Polo. These sporting events are organised by the ICC and UQ Sport, each event undertaken throughout the ICC calendar year. The ICC strives to create an exciting sporting culture at UQ, where participation is encouraged and rivalries are made.

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Though most are aware, it has been decided that all ICC Sporting, Cultural and Social events and competitions have been postponed indefinitely.

This decision will be re-evaluated after the mid semester break, based on advice from UQ, Queensland Health, and the Federal Government.

We apologise for the stress and frustration this has caused. Stay safe, stay smart, look after each other. We’ll be back and better than ever before you can say corona. 🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡
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1st King's College - 99 Points
2nd St Leo's College - 79 Points
3rd St John's College - 59 Points
4th Emmanuel College - 46 Points
5th Union College - 43 Points
6th Cromwell College - 32 Points
7th International House - 18 Points

1st St John's College - 116 Points
2nd Emmanuel College - 89 Points
3rd Duchesne College - 81 Points
4th Women's College - 73 Points
5th Cromwell College - 71 Points
6th Union College - 64 Points
7th King's College - 50 Points
8th International House - 32 Points
9th Grace College - 20 Points

Congratulations to all Colleges !
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