Intercollege

Intercollege

2017 Fixtures

Each year Dunmore Lang College (DLC), Macquarie University Village (MUV) and Robert Menzies College (RMC) compete for the ultimate sporting glory and bragging rights as the best sporting college. Events are held on a monthly basis, with Sport Representatives from each college organising the teams.

All indoor events are held at the Macquarie University Sport and Aquatic Centre, Gymnasium Road. Outdoor events are played at Macquarie University Sports Fields, corner Talavera and Culloden Road.

SportEvent DateDayTimeWet Weather DateResults
Dunmore Lang CollegeRobert Menzies CollegeMacquarie University Village
SEMESTER 1
Pool Party20 FebMonday5pm - 7pmTBA   
Volleyball 5 MarSunday1.30pm - 5pm   12 Mar1086
Ultimate Frisbee19 MarSunday2pm - 6pm26 Mar   
Netball9 AprilSunday1pm - 4pmN/A   
Football14 MaySunday12pm - 4pmTBA   
SEMESTER 2
Courtyard Challenge9 AugWednesday11.45am - 2pm     TBA   
North Ryde Fun Run27 AugSunday9am - 2pmTBA   
Dodgeball10 SepSunday1pm - 5pmN/A   
Basketball15 OctSunday1pm - 5pmN/A   
Touch Footy29 OctSunday2pm - 6pmTBA   
OVERALL TALLY    10 Points   8 Points       6 Points

More Information?

  • For the Sport Representative Manual, please CLICK HERE

Interview with Hannah Stephens

hs 

Hannah is a current staff member and resident of Robert Menzies College.

1. What is your role with your college?

Residential Advisor (RA).

2. How do you balance your studies with your college commitments?

I had to finally learn how to be organised and how to structure my time and make sure I found as much use for each hour of the day as I could. The college is very supportive of university studies coming first though, so even in heavy workload periods, I've found balancing both manageable.

3. How did you find out about the inter-college events?

The college enthusiastically promotes inter-college sporting events in person and on social media so that was how I first heard about it.

4. What have you enjoyed about the events?

The friendly rivalry and social atmosphere at each event - it isn't just a fierce competition, it's also a fun day to catch up and get to know people from other colleges.

5. What would you say to any college residents thinking of playing?

Play the sports you don't think you'll be good at, because it's going to be a rare opportunity to be part of a competitive but fun team regardless of whether or not you are the best at particular sports.

Interview with Stuart Kempson

SK 

Stuart is a current staff member and former resident of Dunmore Lang College.

1. What was your role with your College? I was a Resident Advisor at Dunmore Lang for 2 years. During my time there I also held positions as a Committee Head and Maintenance Officer.

2. How did you balance your studies with Inter-College events? I liked to use the Inter-College events as an opportunity to have a break from my studies. Given that the dates for events are planned early in the year, I was able to make time to attend. Events are also well planned to finish prior to exam period in each semester, giving me time to focus on my studies.

3. How did you find out about the Inter-College events? The Inter-College events were well advertised within the Dunmore Lang community, facilitated by our Sports Committee. They let everyone at DLC know when and where to be, ensuring we always had plenty of participants and supporters to all events. Information was also available on the MQ website as well as an updated points tally for the year.

4. What have you enjoyed about the events? I enjoyed being able to play in a variety of sports within a competitive but enjoyable environment. I was able to take pride in representing DLC, helping them to win the Inter-College Sport Shield in all 3 years of my residency. The events also gave me an opportunity to meet people from other colleges and enjoy a couple of sausage sangas after competition.

5. What would you say to any College residents thinking of playing? I would strongly encourage all College residence to participate in Inter-College Sport events either as a competitor or as a spectator. It’s a great way to show off your College spirit, enjoy some physical activity and meet new people all at the same time.

2016 Fixtures

All indoor events are held at the Macquarie University Sport and Aquatic Centre, Gymnasium Road. Outdoor events are played at Macquarie University Sports Fields, corner Talavera and Culloden Road.

SportEvent DateDayTimeWet Weather DateResults
Dunmore Lang CollegeRobert Menzies CollegeMacquarie University Village
SEMESTER 1
Pool Party22 FebMonday5pm - 7pmTBA   
Volleyball6 MarSunday1.30pm - 5pmTBA10 100
Water polo20 MarSunday2pm - 6pmN/A          7          5             4
Swim Relays20 MarSunday2pm - 6pmN/A   
Netball1 MaySunday1pm - 4pmN/A         12          8             0
Football15 MaySunday12pm - 4pmTBA10102
SEMESTER 2
Courtyard Challenge10 AugWednesday11.45am - 2pmTBC10104
North Ryde Fun Run28 AugSunday9am - 2pm11/09/168103
Dodgeball4 SeptSunday1pm - 5pmNA          8         10             4
Basketball18 SepSunday1pm - 5pmNA          7          3             6
Rugby 10s/Touch Footy23 OctSunday2pm - 6pmTBA         10         10             0
OVERALL TALLY    85 Points   74 Points       23 Points

2015 Points Tally

All indoor events were held at the Macquarie University Sport and Aquatic Centre, Gymnasium Road. Outdoor events played at Macquarie University Sports Fields, corner Talavera and Culloden Road.

2015 Sport Representative's Manual

SportEvent DateTimeResults
Dunmore Lang CollegeRobert Menzies CollegeMacquarie University Village
SESSION 1
Volleyball8 Mar1:30pm10100
Waterpolo22 Mar3:00pm934
Swim Relay22 Mar4:45pm542
Netball26 Apr1:00pm10102
Football17 May12:30pm1068
SESSION 2
Courtyard Challenge30 Aug12:00pm1274
Basketball23 Aug1:00pm10103
Dodgeball6 Sept1:30pm984
North Ryde Fun Run11 Oct10:00am984
Rugby 10s/Touch25 Oct2:00pm1167
OVERALL TALLY947438
Back to the top of this page