Sport at Trinity
Our mission is to provide an enriching life experience through a dedicated and inclusive sports program. At Trinity College, we enjoy facilities that are second-to-none. From our extensive grounds and ovals, dedicated indoor cricket facility, indoor pool and four-court STARplex stadium, we are truly spoilt for choice. Find out more about sport at Trinity College here.
In 2017 the College opened the Trinity Pavilion that overlooks the Waldeck Oval and provides a space to celebrate our end of year presentation nights, home wins and Intercol. In addition to outstanding facilities, our team of experienced, dedicated, enthusiastic and decorated coaches, coordinators and volunteers makes for a sporting program that creates lifelong pathways for both recreational and elite sportspeople.
Explore our Sports Program
We invite you to explore our sports program and discover for yourself why Trinity College sport truly offers a world of opportunity. With over 100 state titles, Trinity has always valued and supported students to excel individually and as part of a team by offering generous choices.
Athletics has a rich and proud tradition at Trinity College including cross country and orienteering. Find out more here..
Trinity College provides the perfect basketball pathway for the serious and social player alike. The exceptional four-court STARplex facility, owned by Trinity College, runs programs seven days a week, offering opportunities from Early Years to Year 12. Find out more here.
Trinity College offers cricket for all students from Years 4 to 12. All matches are played on Saturdays, with morning matches within the College Internal Program (Years 4 to 7) or as part of the Sports Association of Adelaide Schools (SAAS) College wide competition (Years 6 to 12). First XI games are the only exception with matches taking place on Saturday afternoons. Find out more here.
The Horsemanship Program enables students from the age of eight years to learn about the care, feeding, health, riding and harness driving of a horse. The program is certificate-based which enables students to appreciate their progress and celebrate the attainment of knowledge. Find out more here.
Trinity College offers a football program that caters for all levels of participants from Early Years to Year 12. The program aims to provide an enjoyable and competitive environment for students to develop their abilities. Auskick at Trinity is for students in Early Years to Year 3 and is held on Friday afternoons mainly in Term 2. The Years 1/2, 3/4 and 5/6 teams participate in the local school SASFA zone competition based at Ridley Reserve in Elizabeth. Find out more here.
Trinity College offers a hockey program that caters for all levels of participants from Years 1 to 12. The program aims to provide an enjoyable and competitive environment for students to develop their abilities. Find out more here.
Trinity College is a Netball SA endorsed specialist netball school and we are very proud of our netball program. The endorsement from Netball SA gives us the backing and acknowledgement that what we have in place enables those students involved to grow and develop to the best of their ability and to educate them for a potential career in the sporting industry and to be developed for future talent identification. Find out more here.
Trinity College offers a soccer program that caters for all levels of participants from Early Years to Year 12. The program aims to provide an enjoyable and competitive environment for students to develop their abilities. In recent years Trinity has sent three players to the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and has had numerous players in SAPSASA, STIC and Skillaroos programs. Find out more here.
Trinity offers a tee-ball competition for primary school students as well as softball. Tee ball is available for students aged between 5 and 8 years and softball for students aged between 8 and 17 years. Find out more here.
Trinity College has an outstanding swimming team, regularly finishing in the top two schools in the state at both primary and secondary levels. With the exceptional STARplex facility, owned by Trinity College, teams enjoy year round comfort in our heated pool. Find out more here.
Trinity College offers tennis for all year levels from Early Years to Year 12. During summer students can choose to play in either the Gawler & Districts Tennis Association competition (depending on ability) or North East Tennis Association (NETA) competitions or NETA competitions during winter. Find out more here.
The College encourages and supports students to play sport at school and in the community. Students who elect to play a sport outside the College that the College also offers are also required to play for the College.
In this circumstance the intent is to create a mutually beneficial arrangement between club and school where both parties co-exist to provide the student with an enriched sporting experience.
For further information, please refer to the full Playing Sport For Trinity College Policy here.
Trinity College believes that all students should participate in a wide range of competitive sports and each student should participate in the program as fully as possible.
The Code of Conduct In Sport is a set of guidelines to assist teachers, coaches, students and parents, to enable them to get the maximum benefit from sport and to encourage good sportsmanship.
Read the full Code of Conduct in Sport here.