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CHAC is recognised as one of the most successful Colleges in our inter-school sporting competition, The Associated Schools (TAS), leading the way for student participation and results across all sports.

Our 2021 results stand testament to a sports program which has seen the College remain as the Number 1 Sport school in the TAS Competition. CHAC was also named overall Champion School for Trimester 1, Trimester 3, TAS Swimming and TAS Cross Country.  CHAC was also named the top school for Boys Volleyball, Girls Volleyball, Boys Football and Girls Football. 

In 2019, we achieved a gold medal at the Australian National Volleyball Schools Cup, as well as a gold and silver medal at the Junior Volleyball Schools Cup.


CHAC Athletics

Secondary Inter-school Sport

Secondary students participate in The Associated Schools (TAS) sporting competition, with training held at the College before or after the school day, and matches played on Saturday mornings. TAS competition matches take place in the first three terms (trimesters) of each year, as well as three Carnivals for Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics.

Primary Inter-school Sport

Primary students participate in a Saturday morning inter-school competition in the Associated Schools Junior Competition (Junior TAS); a Brisbane-wide sporting competition involving 12 co-educational schools. CHAC students are also able to access District, Regional and State representations through the Lytton and Gateway Districts. Primary students participate in three CHAC and JTAS carnivals each year: Athletics, Cross Country and Swimming.

The sports and competitions currently offered to CHAC students appear below.

Junior TAS Sport

Term 1 Sports Carnivals
Term 1 Cricket and Hockey  
Term 2 Rugby and Netball Cross Country
Term 3 Basketball and Football Athletics
Term 4 Touch Football Swimming

TAS Sport

Trimester Boys Girls Carnivals
Trimester 1 (Term 1) Cricket and Volleyball Basketball, Football and Tennis Swimming
Trimester 2 (Term 2) Rugby and Tennis Hockey and Netball Cross Country
Trimester 3 (Term 3) Basketball and Football Touch Football and Volleyball Athletics

Other Sporting Competitions

CHAC regularly sends teams to other sporting competitions at the State and National level, including:

  • All Schools Touch Football Championship
  • The Australian Volleyball Schools Cup
  • The Queensland Junior Volleyball Schools Cup
  • Cricket Development Tour
  • CBSQ - Champion Basketball School of Queensland

Respresentative Sport

Any student that would like to trial for the following Representative Sports in Term 1, please sign on at the Sports Office by the end of Week 2, Friday 5 February. Information regarding the trials will then be passed on to you via your Homeroom, once it is made available by the District Sports Office. 

Please note this is for Representative Sport (i.e. Met East), not for CHAC sport. 

Lytton District (Under 12- Born 2009) Term 1


AFL – Boys and Girls
Basketball- Boys and Girls
Cross Country- Boys and Girls
Football- Boys and Girls 
Hockey- Girls
Netball- Girls
Rugby League- Boys
Rugby Union- Boys
Softball- Boys and Girls 
Swimming- Boys and Girls
Tennis- Boys and Girls 
Touch Football- Boys and Girls


Composite District (13 Years- 19 Years)


Age Group

AFL 13-14 years Boys and Girls
Basketball 16-18 years Boys and Girls
Cross Country 13-19 years Boys and Girls
Football (Soccer)

13-15 years Boys and Girls

16-19 years Boys and Girls


13-19 years Boys and Girls


13-19 years Boys and Girls


13-15 years Girls

16-19 years Girls

Rugby League

14-15 years Girls

14-15 years Boys

16-18 years Girls

16-18 years Boys

Rugby 7s

15-16 years Girls

Rugby Union

17-18 years Boys


13-19 years Boys and Girls


13-18 years Boys and Girls


13-19 years Boys and Girls


13-19 years Boys and Girls

Touch Football

13-15 years Boys and Girls

16-18 years Boys and Girls


13-15 years Boys and Girls

16-19 years Boys and Girls

Water Polo

13-17 years Boys and Girls

Representative Sport

Students who have a high skill level in a chosen sport may elect to trial at the District level. If successful in making a District team, the student would then compete at the Metropolitan East Regional level, and could progress to State level.

CHAC has been involved in non TAS sports in the past including Australian Rules Football and Girls’ Football.

Sports Excellence Program

In Years 9 and 10, selected students who excel in the sporting arena may participate in a year-long study extension unit, to further extend their capabilities. The program is targeted at improving the fitness base and skills set of sport-minded individuals, with specific emphasis placed on those activities that are included within the TAS Sports Program. Concepts relating to optimising sports performance are included, as are areas such as human anatomy.