2019 Yeronga SHS World Cup Football
Well done to all of the students who were involved in the 2019 Yeronga SHS World Cup Football. Thank you to Mr Ward for organising such a successful and close competition this year. Thank you needs to also go to Mr Presland, Mr Smith, Mr Dilly and Ms. Mikulic for refereeing and helping out during break times. This year the competition consisted of 4 teams, West Africa, East Africa, Middle East and United Nations. The Grand Final between West Africa and East Africa was one of the main events at Yeronga Celebrates. West Africa were the champions on the day, winning the close match that went to penalty shoot outs. Congratulations to West Africa the 2019 Yeronga SHS World Cup Champions.
Junior Spring Gala Day - Monday 16 September 2019
As part of the Interschool Sport program, Yeronga State High School competes against several other schools in our district to decide district champions in a number of sports. A bus will transport the team to the gala day. The bus will depart the Villa Street gate at 8:00am sharp. Competition is due to begin at 9:00am. Students will return to school by 4:00pm. Full Yeronga SHS sports uniform is to be worn. Some teams will be provided with playing shirts/singlets on the day. Yeronga teams will compete in the following sports, and at the following venues:
| Boys Badminton||Year 7/8/9||Centenary SHS|
|Girls Badminton||Year 7/8/9||Centenary SHS|
|Boys Ultimate Disk||Year 7/8/9||Indooroopilly SHS|
|Girls Ultimate Disk||Year 7/8/9||Indooroopilly SHS|
|Girls AFL||Year 7/8/9||Akuna Oval Kenmore|
|Boys AFL||Year 7/8/9||J.F O'Grady Park Fairfield|
Year 10 Basketball Metropolitan Finals
As part of the Interschool Sport program, Yeronga State High School competes in the West Brisbane Sports Association which provides students with a competitive sporting opportunity in a range of sports. The year 10 Basketball Team were the champions at the gala day and went through to represent the West Brisbane Association in Metropolitan Finals. The boys played Alexandra Hills SHS in Round 1 of the Metropolitan Finals. The boys went down early in the match, but managed to work really hard to get back to level scores at ¾ time. Unfortunately the boys lost the game 35 – 44, but represented Yeronga SHS with pride. Well done to all of the students and teachers involved.