Mid Term 4 Sport Report


King's Sports Department has had a busy first half of Term 4, with our students competing in many events and achieving some very strong results across a range of sports. The College has also been enjoying award night celebrations for specific sports, with our major annual event, King's Sports Awards Night, coming up on Tuesday, 15 November. Our Sports Department invite King's families to join us for this exciting event with a BBQ from 5pm in the King's Table forecourt and awards in the auditorium from 6pm. Pre-registration is not required.


Week 1

All Schools' Touch Tournament

In Week 1, King's took five teams to the All Schools' Touch Tournament with our U13 Girls making it to the Grand Final. Our U18 Mixed team made it through to the final 16, however, our 15 Girls and Boys both narrowly missed out on the finals round by only one point.

Week 2

All Saint's Rugby 7s Tournament

This was a lead-up tournament for the All Schools' 7's tournament and was held the week after Ballymore (which was cancelled due to rain). King's U18 Girls' team won their division while our U15 and U13 Girls' teams both took out 3rd place. King's U13 and U15 Boys also won, while the U18 Boys lost in the Grand Final by one point.

CSBQ Juniors

The CSBQ Juniors Basketball tournament was open to Years 9-10 students and King's entered two teams into the competition. Our Girls' team placed 3rd overall, while the Boys came 12th and all enjoyed their experience on the court.

Queensland School's State Athletics

Well done to our students who completed in the Queensland Schools' State Athletics competition recently and achieved these amazing results:

  • Kyah Anderson - 1st 3000m | 2nd 1500m
  • Laura Cameron - 1st High Jump
  • Sayla Donnelley - 1st 1500m & 800m
  • Sebastine Du Preez - 1st Multiclass Javelin, Shot put, Discus
  • Nylah Goble-Lote - 1st Shot & Hammer | 2nd Discus
  • Seth Kennedy - 1st 200m & 400m
  • Jo Lethlean - 1st 3000m & 2000m Steeple Chase
  • Alyssa Mcdonald - 1st Long Jump | 1st 80m Hurdles
  • Charlie Miller - 1st 800m & 1500m
  • Charlee Vincent - 1st 200m | 2nd 100m
  • Chelsea Capps - 2nd Javelin
  • Ruby Hughes - 3rd 800m
  • Nayan Jaglan - 3rd 200m
  • Jessica Webb - 3rd Shot Put
  • Cooper Miller - 3rd 4x100m Relay | 4th 100m
  • Olivia Jones - 3rd Javelin
Qld Schools State Athetics 2022

Week 3

King's Basketball Awards Night

On Tuesday, 18 October, King's held our inaugural Basketball Awards Night. This year, our Basketball club saw eight students make it to Hinterland, four to State level and two to Nationals! Throughout this year, we have been excited to see the rapid rise of King's Basketball club program which expanded to 18 teams. Congratulations to our winners on the night and to all of our talented young players - we look forward to a great year of basketball ahead!


  • Mia Jordan: Female Player of the Year
  • Louis Razon: Male Player of the Year
  • Bailey Summerland: 'We are King's' Award
  • Rica Chanel Enriquez-Paea: Female Rising Star
  • Izaiah Semaan: Male Rising Star


  • Mekhi O'Riley: Most Valuable Player
  • Sione Ta'ufo'ou: Coaches Award


  • Mia Jordan: Most Valuable Player
  • Kalysta Troman: Coaches Award


  • Sione Ta'ufo'ou: Most Valuable Player
  • Quin Baumann: Coaches Award

Junior Volleyball Cup

This tournament was a big weekend for our Junior Volleyballers with our Year 7 Boys winning their division and collecting the Gold medal, while our Year 8 girls placed third to bring home the Bronze. It was also a massive effort by King's Year 8 Boys team who finished in 5th place in the Honours Division.

Week 4

Junior APS Swimming Carnival

King's had a great day in the pool at the Primary School APS Swimming Carnival on Tuesday, 25 October. Thanks to the sterling efforts of our swimmers, King's placed 3rd overall and recorded some outstanding individual results. Congratulations students!

  • 9 Years Girls Age Champions - 1st Meggie De Chhimba and 3rd Rose Hart
  • 10 Years Girls Age Champions - 1st Makyra Melo and Tanyka Goode
  • 10 Years Boys Age Champion - 2nd Knox Anderson
  • 12 Years Girls Age Champion- 3rd Charlize De Chhimba
  • 12 Years Boys Age Champion- 1st Danny Baxter

King's Rugby Awards Night

The College's annual Rugby Awards Night was held on Wednesday, 26 October, and had a large turnout of our rugby players and their families. Well done to this year's awardees who showed consistently strong skill and sportsmanship on the field throughout 2022.


  • Amahli Hala: Female Player of the Year
  • Miracle Tangata: Male Player of the Year
  • Nadiah Amiatu: Female Rising Star
  • Shanuka Silva: Male Rising Star
  • Kade Rassmussen: 'We are King's' Award


  • Oscar Lane: Coaches Awards
  • Tai Gordon: Most Valuable Player
  • Edward Meyer: Most Improved Player


  • Louis Razon: Coaches Awards
  • Keido Goulding: Most Valuable Player
  • Azriel Stehlin: Most Improved Player


  • Boston Wilson: Coaches Awards
  • Judah Marsden: Most Valuable Player
  • Keanu Lama: Most Improved Player


  • Allira Watson: Coaches Awards
  • Ava Wereta: Most Valuable Player
  • Saedy Goble-Lote: Most Improved Player


  • Tyra Dymock: Coaches Awards
  • Evia Sampson: Most Valuable Player
  • Lailani Ngaiore: Most Improved Player


  • Nylah Goble-Lote: Coaches Awards
  • TJ Murray: Most Valuable Player
  • Charlotte Lawry: Most Improved Player