Although not a recognised BAS sport, this Olympic sport is offered at various stages throughout the year and provides an opportunity for licensed shooters to hone their skills.
Licensed students compete in different competitions, including the Noorat Regional Clay Target Shoot in August, and the Minyip Field and Game School Shoot in October.
Over 250 students from across regional Victoria gather to contest these events which gives students unique experiences and opportunities to test their skills against their peers.
End of an era in SPC football
A remarkable chapter in the history of the St Patrick’s College football program has come to a close with iconic 1st XVIII coach Howard Clark stepping down from the role after an incredible 18-year reign. Mr Clark is widely regarded as the driving force behind the resurrection of the College as a powerful football force since he took over the role
Sport Report - September 21, 2018
SPC Sport Report – Term 3, Week 10 Term three sport has now concluded, a huge thank you to all the students and staff who have played, coached, managed, supervised, supported, umpired or volunteered their time over the past 10 weeks. We have had many highlights, the latest being the exciting win our 1st XI Soccer boys had in the BAS Grand Final an
2018 BAS Soccer Grand Final
St Patrick Senior’s 3 defeated Ballarat Clarendon College 1 BEST: Jordan Armstrong, Mitch Ralston, Jude Jeandet, Alex Baker, Leighton Lauton, Darby Gaffney, Jayden Ashmore GOALS: Alex Baker, Darby Gaffney, Lachlan Wright ASSIST: Connor Ascough Words cannot do justice when writing a report on the drama and outcome of this particular game of socce
Christian Ryan launches new boat
The College was delighted to welcome back former College Captain and Olympic silver medallist Christian Ryan (SPC 1992-95) to be guest speaker at our annual Boat Race Assembly and to officially launch our new racer boat named in his honour. Christian, a two-time Head of the Lake winner in 1994 and 95, shed tears in front of our full school assembl
1st XVIII match report - 2015 Herald Sun Shield Fi
2015 Herald Sun Shield Grand Final St Patrick’s College 10.12 (72) d Essendon Keilor College 6.7 (43) Goal Kickers: Jackson Carrick 2, Jacob Wheelahan 2, Jacob Hopper 1, Hamish Coulton 1, Daniel Rioli 1, Leigh Spiteri 1, Tanner Blackney-Noter 1, Bailey Veale Best Players: Joel Cowan, Ben Hurley, Jacob Hopper, Ben Simpson, Ben Lusby, Hasker Dawbo
Contact: Mr Gavin Webb, Head of Sport
To view past shooting results, please read through previous editions of The Crest