Brisbane Boys’ College (BBC) is an established day and boarding school renowned for academic, cultural, service, spiritual, and sporting achievement. Their distinctive Green-White-Black war cry can be heard across many competitive arenas with premiership titles won in tennis, rowing and cross country among others.
Rugby is an integral component of BBC’s co-curriculum program and both current and former students feature prominently on both State of Origin and Wallabies teams.
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War Cry: Green-White-Black The BGS team‘s war cry has resonated across various competitive arenas, boasting premierships in tennis, rowing and cross country. Sport and cocurricular activities form an essential part of their curriculum at BGS; boys are encouraged to try new experiences.
BBC has competed in Queensland’s GPS (Great Public Schools) rugby union competition for more than 100 years – yet only managed one victory during that time! Series six of The Season offers you an inside look into their quest to end this barren spell and finally bring home their maiden championship trophy.
Director of Rugby – Guide the rugby team through innovative coaching pedagogy and efficient seasonal and daily operations.
The College has made waves in numerous competitive arenas with their “Green-White-Black Army”, winning GPS tennis, football, rowing and cross country premierships over time.
But in rugby union, Oxford College only holds one title to its name – a shared premiership back in 1954. Series six of The Season brings fans into BBC’s attempt at breaking its title drought.
Green, White and Black has become the rallying cry across campus in sports, propelling teams to GPS premierships in Tennis, Swimming and Rowing.
The Director of Rugby has the primary responsibility of providing advanced leadership of coaching pedagogy for students of all levels within this sport, including planning, training programs and inviting competitions.
BBC has held onto their premiership in the Great Public Schools Association Rugby Union competition since 1954 and this new series of The Season explores their struggle to break their drought.
The boys made solid progress with the ball by mastering basic rugby skills very efficiently. Unfortunately, a few lapses of concentration allowed BBC to capitalise and score several tries.
Brisbane Boys’ College boasts an unrivalled sporting pedigree with premiership success in tennis, rowing, cross country running and basketball over recent years. Its Green-White-Black war cry reverberates throughout Queensland’s GPS competition.
The boys showed great heart and determination against BBC in a tough game, needing to work on structure and communication; however, their hard work has already started paying dividends.
This week saw two boys make their grade debuts. Connor O’SHEA came off the bench to score a meat pie in Sydney University Shute Shield First Grade while Latu LATUNIPULU also ran on for their 1st Grade side.
On Saturday, the boys displayed incredible teamwork and structure during their game against BBC. They gave it their all, fighting hard against an overwhelming opponent.
Brisbane Boys’ College was established in 1902 as an independent, co-educational day and boarding school, membership of PMSA, three rugby fields, 25m pool, fully equipped strength and conditioning facility and gym – producing 14 Wallabies representatives as well as numerous elite players for both codes.
Mambo exudes both natural talent and humility and maturity, and his distribution and ball carrying has caused numerous opponents considerable problems this season.
BBC has an illustrious and proud tradition competing in Queensland’s GPS (Great Public Schools) competition since 1918, earning premierships in tennis, rowing, athletics and cross country sports.
The Green-White-Black Army supports BBC athletes both home and away, encouraging them to run faster and row harder. With recent premierships won in tennis, rowing, and cross country – not to mention outstanding track records! – the green-White-Black army cheers them on enthusiastically!
The Director of Rugby provides dynamic, innovative, and inspiring leadership of coaching pedagogy to boys and staff at the College in this sport. In addition, they oversee efficient seasonal planning processes as well as day-to-day operations.
At The College, there is an array of cocurricular activities and experiences designed to supplement academic life and nurture commitment, teamwork and discipline while encouraging personal bests.
The Director of Rugby will provide dynamic, innovative, and inspirational leadership of coaching pedagogy to students, staff, and the wider community within this sport. This involves creating efficiencies through seasonal planning and coaching development programs as well as increasing efficiency through seasonal planning efficiencies.
The Director of Rugby will provide innovative leadership of coaching pedagogy across participation/progression/performance, seasonal planning, training programs, invitational competitions and day-to-day operations. In addition, this role is responsible for creating and implementing leadership structures within this sport.
Since 1902, The College has earned an exceptional reputation in academic, cultural and sporting fields of endeavor. Our signature war cry ‘Green-White-Black’ can often be heard during competitive games; leading us to victories such as tennis, rowing and cross country premierships.