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Soccer at St Patrick's College has continued to go from strength to strength, evident in the number of participants each week in the BAS competition.

All soccer competitions, including junior, intermediate and senior begin in Term 2, with the senior program continuing through to term 3.

All soccer is played on a Wednesday after school.

Our senior teams compete against other Ballarat schools on a Wednesday, in a home and away based competition.

With the new facilities completed at Moreshead Park, soccer within the school is attracting more and more talented players.

In previous years, St Patrick's College has also produced a number of Ballarat ‘Red Devils’ representatives.


2017 BAS 1st XI Soccer Grand Final

9 Aug

2017 BAS 1st XI Soccer Grand Final author: Tony Beggs

BAS Grand Final St Patrick’s College 1 defeated Ballarat Grammar 0 GOALS: Josh DeVoogel BEST: Henry Ward, Josh DeVoogel, Ryan Schorback, James King, Mark Ritchie, Mitch Ralston, Tiernan Somers, Marcus Parini, Connor O’Callaghan, Dennis Wanjiku Congratulations to this fine group of St Patrick's boys for producing another BAS Grand Final win agai

1st XI Soccer - 2017 Semi Final

2 Aug

1st XI Soccer - 2017 Semi Final author: Tony Beggs

St Patrick’s 9 defeated Ballarat College Black 0   GOALS: Lachlan Wright 4, Mark Ritchie 2, Alex Worthington, Alex Baker, Darby Gaffney   BEST: Mark Ritchie, Lachlan Wright, Josh DeVoogel, Darby Gaffney, Mitch Ralston, James King, Alex Baker, Denis Wanjiku, Talan Flockhart   Teams are not normally disappointed with an easy win, especially when

SPC creates soccer history

25 Apr

SPC creates soccer history author: Andrew Agardy

St Patrick’s College's 1st XI Soccer team made history on Wednesday April 20, recording its first win over St Kevin’s College since 2006. The 16 selected players of the First XI could be forgiven for travelling to Melbourne with 10 years of defeats at the hands of St Kevin’s in mind. This was not apparent.  Comprised mostly of Years 11s and 12s who