AIC Year in Review: Chess

The AIC Chess season was again conducted on a Friday afternoon during Term 2. The AIC Chess competition consists of 7 divisions- First IV, Senior (Years 10-12) A & B, Intermediate (Years 7-9) A & B and Junior (Years 5-6) A & B. The intensity of competition is very high with each fixture including 8 Read More

AIC Year in Review: Cross Country

After a preseason that included two warm-up meets at Curlew Park and the new venue of Sherwood, Curlew Park (Shorncliffe) again hosted the AIC Cross Country Championships. The Curlew course is renowned for being a fast course and the athletes from the nine competing schools reenforced this belief with some very quick times for the Read More

AIC Year in Review: Volleyball

The AIC Volleyball competition remains one of the strongest schoolboy Volleyball competitions in the country – both in quality of performance and in quantity of participation. Each week of the 2023 AIC season, over 130 teams competed in premiership competitions. A number of schools offered further participation through internal competitions. In 2023, the AIC announced Read More

AIC Year in Review: Swimming

This year’s AIC Swimming Championships again showcased some of the best school swimmers in Australia. The standard of competition at the AIC Swimming Championships continues to build every year with phenomenal performances by swimmers from all of the AIC Colleges. In 2023, Ambrose Treacy College again joined the 8 member schools to compete in the Read More

AIC Year in Review: Cricket

For the first time in a number of years, the AIC Cricket season was able to play almost every round of the season with little or no disruptions. After the previous 3 years that have resulted in the cricket season being disrupted by severe weather, COVID or in some cases both, the 2023 season allowed Read More

AIC Year in Review: AFL

The sport of AFL continued its growth within the Association in 2023 with the expansion of the AIC Competitions to include ‘B’ competitions in Year 8 and Year 9/10. This grew the number of teams from each school that could be catered for across primary and secondary school to 13 teams. When AFL was introduced Read More

Review: AIC Touch, esport, Water Polo Weekend

Last weekend the AIC hosted another successful weekend of “Invitational” carnivals with the AIC Touch, esports and Water Polo Carnivals held. esports The sport of “esports” is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. The global esports industry is worth billions of dollars each year. Villanova again hosted the esports ‘carnival’ and in Read More


Marist College Ashgrove completed a rare ‘double’ at the 2023 AIC Track and Field Championships by winning both the Primary and Secondary Aggregate Shields. Marist College Ashgrove led throughout the secondary carnival with an incredibly tight competition unfolding for second place throughout the carnival. After the final secondary event, Padua claimed second place (Padua’s best Read More