This year our School Aerobics Competition has been very different due to COVID the competition was held online.
The OLOG aerobics team achieved fabulous results placing second in a large section of teams from around the country.
Well done to the team and a big thank you to the parents for all of their support in what has been another challenging year.
Reception to Year 6 students can nominate to play MiniBall, games are played in mixed year levels and all boys, all girls or mixed teams.
Games are played at Marion Stadium (Norfolk Road, Marion), Springbank Stadium (cnr Goodwood & Daws Road, Pasadena) or Cosgrove Hall (York Avenue, Clovelly Park).
Games are played on different nights of the week according to year level, this is subject to change by Basketball SA.
Nominations for all sports teams need to be made the term before they commence, or early in Term 1 for summer sports.
Students from Year 4 to 6, played in 4/5 mixed boys, girls or mixed and Year 6 boys, girls or mixed teams.
Spikezone competition is played at Brighton Secondary School on Friday afternoons.
Games are 30 minutes in length.
We offer cricket from Year 2 to Year 6.
Year 2 Master Blaster (previously Kanga Cricket), these games are played on Saturdays at Marion Oval at 8:30am.
Year 3 Master Blaster (previously Kanga Cricket), these games are played on Saturdays at Marion Oval at 9:45am
C Grade Cricket - Year 4/5 Games are on Thursday afternoons at 4pm at schools in our local area.
B Grade Cricket - Year 5/6 Games are on Saturdays at 8:30am at schools in the local area.
Students from Reception to Year 6 are able to play Tee-Ball with games held at the Glenelg Baseball Club.
The game is an introductory sport for younger kids to baseball and softball. The difference between T-Ball and Baseball/Softball is the child hits the ball off a stationary tee (a stand used to support a stationary ball).
More information regarding Tee-Ball can be found here - https:///www.saas.asn.au/sports/tee-ball/
The school Australian rules football is for students from Year 2 to Year 6.
SANFL organise a 12 round fixture with 7 rounds played in term 2 and 5 rounds played in term 3.
- 12 rounds
- Centralised venue
- Mixed competition- Saturday Mornings
- Female competition- Tuesday afternoons
Year 2 (9 a side)
Year 3/4 (9 a side)
Year 5/6 (12 a side)