The 2019 SA Challenge is an inter varsity, multi sport competition in which Flinders University compete against our SA rivals, Adelaide Uni and Uni SA. The event provides Flinders students the opportunity to represent their University in a chance to be crowned SA’s best! With 9 sports, across two days of competition there is sure to be a sport for all!
You can enter a team with you and your friends or nominate yourself and we will find you a team! Entry is $10 per sport, with limited spots available so get in now so you don’t miss out!
REGISTRATIONS OPEN SOON!
Week 1 – Friday April 5th 2019
|Indoor Volleyball||Pridham Hall||TBC||TBC|
|3×3 Basketball||Pridham Hall||TBC||TBC|
|Netball 5s||Pridham Hall||TBC||TBC|
Week 2 – Friday 12th April
|Uni Loop Athletics Relay||Park 10 (Adelaide Uni)||TBC||TBC|
|5-a-side Lacrosse||Park 10 (Adelaide Uni)||TBC||TBC|
|Ultimate Frisbee||Park 10 (Adelaide Uni)||TBC||TBC|
The 2018 SA Challenge was held in May, with Flinders students putting in a stellar performance to bring home three pennants in the annual sports competition and narrowly concede overall victory to the University of Adelaide.
The competition pitched Flinders against the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia in an adrenaline-fuelled battle over two weeks.
Week one saw Flinders coming away with first placement in the athletics relay and beach volleyball, together with second placement in ultimate frisbee. The enthusiasm levels and fun factor continued throughout week two, with Flinders staying strong to win another first in basketball, together with second placements in badminton, netball and squash.
Flinders scholarship athletes were prominent throughout the event, leading the way and dominating in their respective sports, including Riley Cocks and Jenna Kelley in the half marathon relay; Aidan Smith and Joel Pillar in the frisbee; Emerson Krstic in badminton; Lauren Aspinall and Mitchell Van Heythuysen in squash; and Casey Goudie in lacrosse.
The event was enormous fun and saw excellent engagement across all three universities.
- University of Adelaide: 20 points
- Flinders University: 18 points
- University of South Australia: 16 points
WEEK 1 RESULTS:
WEEK 2 RESULTS:
For more information please contact University Sports Officer – email@example.com