AIC Ecumenical Service Launches 2024 Sporting Year

The AIC sporting year was launched on Thursday 1 February, with the annual AIC Ecumenical Service being hosted by St Peters. The Ecumenical Service celebrates the Christian bond that exists between all member Colleges and gives student and staff representatives from each school an opportunity to come together as a community before competition commences this Read More

AIC Year in Review: Track and Field

The level of talent on display at the AIC Track and Field Championships continues to be as high as any other schoolboy carnival in the country. Performances over the two days of the Championships showcased both the outstanding athletes that attend AIC schools but also the wonderful school spirit that exists within all Colleges. In Read More

AIC Year in Review: Tennis

The 2023 AIC Tennis season was another exciting one for tennis players in the Association. The format used for fixtures includes teams competing in both singles and doubles games, with the winning team being decided by total matches won. Often the fixtures are even on matches and the result is decided by sets and then Read More

AIC Year in Review: Rugby League

Rugby League made significant steps in growth within the Association in 2023. This year, for the first time, Year 5B and Year 6B divisions were included into the season. This increase in team numbers, allowed the Association to expand the ‘Carnival Day’ format to include two venues each week – a Primary and Secondary School Read More

AIC Year in Review: Basketball

The 2023 AIC Basketball season demonstrated not only the wonderful level of skill and game awareness that exists within players in the Association but also the skill development capacity and tactical knowledge of the coaches at the eight AIC schools. The competition across all divisions was fierce, with the First V competition being decided in Read More

AIC Year in Review: Rugby

2023 was an incredible year for AIC Rugby. Competition across all divisions was again incredibly close, highlighted by a First XV “Premiership Decider” in Round 7 and the overall champion school ‘Aggregate Shield’ being decided by half of a point. The AIC competition continues to be a strong breeding ground for Queensland and Australian rugby Read More

AIC Year in Review: Football

The AIC Football competition continues to be one of the premier schoolboy football competitions in the country. In 2023, the AIC competition catered for over 200 teams with all 8 Colleges having strong representation in all Year levels. In the inaugural list of inductees to the AIC Sports Hall of Fame- Michael Zullo (Villanova) was Read More

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