Downlands competes in the Toowoomba Touch Association Junior and Winter seasons in addition to the regional and Queensland All Schools carnivals throughout the year. We value the opportunities that each competition provides in developing a foundation of skills in our junior players and further progressing player skills and abilities in our male and female senior students.
Person in Charge
Mrs Wendy McPherson
Junior Season Grand Finals – March-April
Winter Season begins – March
Scots PGC invitational carnival – July (Warwick)
South West All Schools carnival – August (Toowoomba)
QLD All Schools carnival – October (Brisbane)
TTA Winter Season (March – September): participate in regular weekly Saturday afternoon fixtures in the Ladies B Grade, C Grade, D Grade and E Grade competitions through Toowoomba Touch Association.
TTA Junior Season (October – March excluding school holidays): participate in regular weekly Wednesday night (U16) and Friday night (U14) fixtures in the junior boys and girls competition through Toowoomba Touch Association.
All Schools (late Term 2 – early Term 4): participate in carnivals only, in the lead up to the QLD All Schools Competitions. This includes the following teams – Open Boys, Open Girls, U15 Boys, and U15 Girls.
Junior Summer Competition
U16 Girls Division 1 and 2
U14 Girls Division 1 and 2
U16 Boys Division 1and 2
U14 Boys Division 1 and 2
Ladies Winter Competition
Ladies B Grade - Gryphons (Open Girls)
Ladies C Grade
Ladies D Grade
All Schools Competition
Training occurs on Strathmore Oval at Downlands College. Times vary depending on team/coach availability.
TTA games are played at Kearney Spring
All schools games TBA
Girls: College Touch singlet, royal blue bike pants / navy girls sport shorts (whole team must wear the same shorts)
Boys: College Touch T-shirt, navy rugby shorts
TTA competition - Registration is included in your College fees.
Students must purchase their own playing uniform.
Qld All Schools competition - nominal cost to cover transport, nomination, most meals, accommodation and incidentals.