SSC Wrap Up

Another successful Senior Schools Cup (SSC) was held on the Gold Coast over the weekend.

This year, SSC welcomed 87 schools with over 1,600 athletes who competed across 17 divisions at three venues.

Damien Searle, VQ’s Events Manager, was appreciative of the participating schools. “It was a challenging event due to the number of entries and some last minute changes but we were thrilled with the outcome and thank our school community for their patience and continued support”. Damien also welcomed the participation from five new schools at SSC saying, “we are excited to see our sport continually grow, particularly at this grassroots level, and hope to see our five new schools return for future VQ events”.

Volleyball Queensland would like to congratulate all athletes and staff who participated in this year’s SSC. Congratulations to Mansfield SHS on being named Aggregate Champions for 2018, beating Craigslea SHS by one point. Craigslea SHS were named Honours Champions for 2018.

The following schools claimed divisional victories at this year’s SSC:

2018 SSC Divisional Winners
U20G Honours Benowa SHS
U20B Honours Te Totara NZ
U17G Honours Mansfield SHS
U17B Honours Aldridge SHS
Year 12G Division 1 Shailer Park SHS
Year 12G Division 2 Burnside SHS
Year 12G Division 3 Mountain Creek SHS
Year 12G Division 4 St Augustine’s College
Year 12B Division 1 John Paul College
Year 12B Division 2 Helensvale SHS
Year 12B Division 3 The Springfield Anglican College
Year 12B Division 4 Centenary Heights SHS
Year 11G Division 1 Burnside SHS
Year 11G Division 2 Capalaba State College
Year 11B Division 1 Caloundra SHS
Year 11B Division 2 King’s Christian College
Year 11B Division 3 Capalaba State College

Visit the SSC page for the full 2018 results.

The next Schools Cup event, Junior Schools Cup (JSC), takes place on the Gold Coast from 19-21 October. Check the JSC page for further information.

Photograph courtesy of Rogue Gun.

volleyball queensland @ 2024