Student clubs and societies at SCU
Joining an SCU club/society or playing in a community sporting/recreation team or group is a great way to meet people and pursue an interest outside your academic life here at SCU.
Contact your Student Association if you’d like to start your own club.
Join a University sporting team in community program
Coffs Harbour clubs
SCU — Netball Club
Contact: Nicola Jones, Phone: 0412 614 434
The SCU Netball club enters competitive teams into the Coffs Harbour Netball Association Wednesday night competition. The winter season start mid Feb and runs through to July, with the summer comp starting in August/ September.
SCU — Oztag
Contact: Tahlia Randle, Phone: 0422 209 097
SCU Oztag enters competitive teams Coffs Harbour Oztag Competition on Wednesday nights at Coffs Harbour Leagues Club. SCU teams are generally mixed with all new and ongoing students welcome.
SCU — Touch Rugby
Contact: Tahlia Randle, Phone: 0422 209 097
SCU Oztag enters competitive teams Coffs Harbour Touch Rugby Competition on Thursday nights at Coffs Harbour Leagues Club. SCU teams are generally mixed with all new and ongoing students welcome.
Rugby Union — SCU Marlin Club
Contact: Mark McDonough, Phone: 0478 490 040, Email: email@example.com
The SCU Marlins Rugby Club competes in the Mid North Coast Rugby Union competition and has teams entered in both senior and junior grades. The clubs trains every Tuesday and Thursday nights at the CHEC Campus Rugby Field during the winter season with new students (Uni, TAFE and High School) and community members welcomed.
Cricket — Nana Glen Cricket Club
Contact: Brock Munroe, Phone: 0412 915 516
The Nana Glen Cricket Club competes in the Coffs Harbour District Cricket Association and has teams entered in both senior and junior grades. The clubs trains every Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Brae Street Oval during summer with new students and community members welcomed.
Community sports clubs
Tennis – Coffs Harbour Tennis Club
Contact: Club Office, Phone: 5561 1615
The Coffs Harbour Tennis Club has a range of competitive and social competitions for both juniors and seniors. Training and competition times vary depending on the level so best to contact the club directly for further information. Individual and team entries welcome for both summer and winter competitions.
Rugby League – Sawtell Panthers Rugby League Club
Contact: John Weatherspoon, Phone: 0414 528 169
The Sawtell Panthers Rugby League Club compete in the Group 2 Rugby League competition and has teams entered in both senior and junior grades. The clubs trains every Tuesday and Thursday nights Rex Hardaker Field during the winter season with new students and community members welcomed.
AFL – Sawtell/Toormina Saints AFL Club
Contact: Alex Pearson, Phone: 0438 403 008, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sawtell/Toormina AFL Club competes in AFL North Coast competition and has teams entered in both senior and junior grades. The clubs trains every Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Richardson Park during the winter season with new students and community members welcomed.
Baseball – Coffs Harbour Baseball Association
Contact: Rod Cross, Phone: 0437 124 936
The Coffs Harbour Baseball Association is a small club based association that welcomes new students and community members as players. All matches are played at Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park.
Hockey – Beaches Hockey Club
Contact: Alex Parks, Email: email@example.com
The Beaches Hockey Club competes in Coffs Harbour District Hockey competition and has teams entered in both senior and junior grades. The clubs trains at various times throughout the week depending upon grade and competition at Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park Hockey Pitch. New students and community members welcomed.
Badminton – Coffs Harbour Badminton Club
Contact: David Smith, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Coffs Harbour Badminton Club plays graded matches on Thursday nights at SCU Sports Centre from 6.30-8.30pm. New students and community members welcomed.
Table Tennis – Coffs Harbour Table Tennis Club
Contact: Dale Allen, Phone: 0400 521 671
The Coffs Harbour Table Tennis Club plays Wednesday and Friday night singles competitions from 6-9pm at their competition space-189 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour. New students and community members welcomed.
Soccer – Sawtell Football Club
Contact: Rod Simpson, Phone: 0401 197 429
The Sawtell Football Club competes in the North Coast Football competition and has teams entered in both senior and junior grades. The clubs trains every Tuesday and Thursday nights at Toormina Soccer pitch in Toormina Road during the winter season with new students and community members welcomed.
Gold Coast clubs
Contact: Marie Aubrey, Email: email@example.com
Contact: CoastRs, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Gislea Concehado, Email: email@example.com
Indigenous Awareness Group
Contact: Allan Lena, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Students Club
SCU Gold Coast Toastmasters
The Labor Club@SCU
Contact: Brendan Swan, Email: email@example.com
Yoga / Meditation Club
Community sports clubs
Seagulls Netball Club
Contact: Gayle Rust, Phone; 0419 544970, Web: seagullsnetball.weebly.com Fields teams in all age groups at the Tweed Netball Association 2018 season. Which will commence in March , The club offers indoor training facilities and great coaches.
Coolangatta Football Club
Phone: 0439 993 721, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Palm Beach Currumbin Rugby Union Club
Football (Soccer) — Tweed United FC
Men’s contact: Dave Kershaw, Phone: 0451 990 955
Women’s contact: Siobhan Mills, Phone: 0434 834 205
Dragon Boat Club
Tweed Heads PCYC
Contact: Mark Madden, Phone: 07 5599 1714, Email: email@example.com
Cnr Florence and Adelaide streets, Tweed Heads, NSW 2485
AFL — Lismore Swans
The Lismore Swans Australian Football Club compete in the 4th division AFLQ League. They play teams surrounding the far North Coast such as Ballina, Byron bay, Korara and Tweed Heads. Training is Tuesday and Thursday nights 5:30pm at Mortimer Oval, Lismore. All keen Male AFL players welcome
Contact: Ronny Susanto, Phone: 0422 777 055, Email: Ronny.Susanto@scu.edu.au
The SCU Badminton Club plays every Thursday 7–9pm at the P Block sports hall on Lismore campus. It is a popular activity with many of our visiting International students and is a great way to meet other students. The club is open to people of all abilities and new players are welcome.
Netball — SCU Netty Rats
The SCU Netball Club is the largest club within the Southern Cross community. The club strives to promote a healthy active lifestyle and create new and long lasting friendships with new players welcome. The club boasts in excess of 150 players in 15 teams with many making the finals and grand finals of the local Lismore competition.
Try outs: check Netty Rats on Facebook
Rugby Club — SCU Gold Rats
Contact: Stephen Spinks, Phone: 0427 608 959, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gold Rats Rugby Club competes in the Far North Coast Rugby Union competition with teams in in both men’s and women’s division. They also compete in the Uni Games and the Byron Bay Rugby 7s competitions each year. New players welcome! Training is held at the Maurie Ryan Oval, Lismore campus on Wednesday nights from 6:00pm.
SCUL Riders (Surfing)
Contact: Lloyd Mathers, Phone: 0427 660 546, Email: email@example.com
The Board Riders Club holds regular competitions during the year at local surf breaks including Ballina and Lennox Head. They also compete at the Australian University Surfing Champs. This club is very active out of the surf as well with regular social events and parties. The club is also keen to involve surfers at Coffs and Gold Coast campuses.
SCU Swimming Club
Contact: SCU Swim Squad, Phone: 02 6620 3952
Based at the SCU Fitness for You, this group does squad training and participates in community events such as the Byron Bay Ocean Swim Classic and Australian University National Championships.
SCU and Richmond River Riders Mountain Bike Club
Contact: Chris Irish, Phone: 0408 722 548, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participate in local club events and regional programs and are involved in local trail development and promotion of mountain biking. New members welcome! Web: Richmond River Riders on Facebook Or join at www.mtba.asn.au/membership.
SCU Bouldering Club
Lismore Environment Collective
To create stronger environmental awareness through education, collaboration and active engagement with environmental issues, concerns and projects.
Contact: Simone Blom, Email: email@example.com
Lismore SCU Christian Students
SCU International Student Social Club (ISS)
SCU Chess Club
Contact: Snowy Frankland, Phone: 0433 175 149, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social chess games are played every Wednesday in the Goodman Plaza from 12:00 to 3:00pm. Join the club to improve or even learn the game of chess! All levels are welcome. Competitions and events will be held throughout the year with prizes and awards up for grabs.
SCU Community Gardens
SCU Spin Fire & Flow Club
Contact: Viviane Johnston, Email: email@example.com
The SCU Fire Club is a social group which involves the use of fire twirling equipment. Members will be trained and instructed in safety and the use of this equipment.
Web: SCU Spin Fire and Flow Club on Facebook
QSCU (Queer SCU)
Community sports clubs
Lismore City Bowling and Recreation Club
Lismore Girl Guides
Contact: Sally Woodhouse, Phone: 0439 607 361, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hockey — Northern Star
Contact: Sherilee Matthews, Phone: 0414 442 533, Email: email@example.com
East Lismore Hockey Club
Contact: Jane Crummy, Phone: 0412 214 463, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Goonellabah Tennis Club
Meet every Saturday morning for a run at 6am at Café Capello in Carrington St, Lismore. New runners welcomed.
Lismore Thistles Soccer Club
Contact: Paul Albertini, Phone; 0419 639 151 Facebook Lismore Thistles
Lismore Thistles is an associated club of Southern Cross University and provide opportunities both men and women to play the world game of football, located just down the road from the Lismore campus is a perfect club to join four any buddying Football player .
Southern Praying Mantis Kung Fu Academy
Contact: Sifu Blatch, Phone: 0427 693 900, Email: email@example.com
Southern Praying Mantis Kung Fu is very fast, direct, and effective. The mantis philosophy is to keep hitting until your opponent is disabled or down.
Exercise Science Club
Contact: Ineka and Sunae, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Occupational Therapy Club
Contact: Benjamin Wild, Email: email@example.com
SCU Engineering Society
Southern Cross University Law Association
SCU Law Students Society
SCU Student Media Club (SCUM)
SCU Robotics Club
SCU Scrub Club
Contact: David Newell, Web: 02 6620 3448, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCU Scrub Club brings together students/staff to achieve hands on ecological restoration activities at the Lismore campus.
SCU Student Osteopathic Medical Association Club (SOMA)
Contact: Mark Corcoran, Email: email@example.com
Web: SCU Student Osteopathic Medical Association Club (SOMA) on Facebook
An SCU Club for osteopathic students and the wider community to enrich both learning and social aspects of osteopathic studies. It is a social and educational group of members comprising primarily of students of osteopathy, but including professionals from the industry and supporting individuals from the public.
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