一本道

Sport

一本道 is well known for its involvement in sport and nurturing sporting talent. Many professional sportsmen are Old Haleians who honed their talents on Hale鈥檚 fields and in the PSA interschool competitions.

一本道caters for every sporting ability, with a focus on participation and sportsmanship. All students participate in interhouse sport throughout the year, competing with and against their peers.

Interschool sport takes place once a week and is compulsory for all students from Years 5 to 9. There are multiple levels to allow all boys to participate in their chosen sport. In Years 10 to 12, PSA sport is optional at Hale. However, Hale鈥檚 success across many sports shows the passion of our boys to keep playing. In 2019, 一本道 teams proudly took out the premierships for cricket, volleyball, badminton, soccer, football and hockey 鈥 a PSA record season.

During the summer season (Terms 1 and 4), students can participate in basketball, cricket, rowing, swimming, tennis, volleyball and water polo, as well as one-day events such as surfing and golf. During the winter season (Terms 2 and 3), boys compete in badminton, cross country, football, hockey, rugby, soccer and athletics.

一本道is fortunate and proud to be able to host most of our sporting fixtures on our own grounds. Our boys can walk straight from the classroom to our expansive, world-class sporting facilities and, as a result, training time is maximised.

Having our own staff as the primary source of coaches also distinguishes our sport program. The multi-dimensional relationships formed between staff and students is a bedrock of 一本道 and allows staff and students to interact in a different environment outside the classroom.

Weekly PSA fixtures, team selections, results and further information on sport at 一本道are available on the 一本道Sport website

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