Life at Grammar


Sport at Grammar is structured so as to support the School’s liberal academic focus and not drive or influence it.

Boys are expected to play a summer and winter sport and to treat their School team obligations as the priority. As a general rule, year-round organised team coaching for one particular sport is not permitted. The School strictly enforces limits on the amount of time allocated to training.

The School has excellent facilities for sport. Most cricket, rugby, football and tennis games are played at Weigall, Grammar’s ground at Rushcutters Bay which is about two kilometres east of College Street. Swimming takes place at Cook and Phillip Park adjacent to the School. The boatshed, with full rowing facilities, is located at Gladesville. At College Street there is a large gymnasium and facilities for basketball, volleyball, rifle shooting and fencing.

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This Week's Fixtures

Fixtures last updated:

AAGPS Online - Please follow this link for general advance information about the year's fixtures.


- New Time    - New Venue    RED - Cancelled Event     # - Indoor Venue
SJC - St Joseph’s College, NC - Newington College, SPC - St Patrick’s College Strathfield.




Details of Saturday sports fixture are uploaded to the website after the Sports Office has received confirmation of the venue and time for each game from the relevant opposition school.  The School will endeavour to upload the Saturday fixture each Tuesday by 4pm, but this will not always be possible. 

The date and time at the top right hand corner of the fixtures page indicates when the page was last updated.  The Sports Office will only update the information if there has been a last minute decision to change the venue or time.  Venue and time information will not be changed after 3pm Friday. However, cancellations due to the prevailing weather conditions at the venue may occur after this time, and will be marked on the website as soon as possible.

Each Saturday, please check the information on the fixtures page before leaving home.  Cancellations of games due to weather conditions will start to appear from 7.15am Saturday morning. 

This Week's Training

Weekday training arrangements


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Sports Calendar


Wet Weather

Wet weather announcements are made through the Sydney Grammar School App or via fixtures click here.

The Sydney Grammar School App is now available for download. The App includes Sports Fixtures and associated Venue Information, Events and Calendar Listings and Latest News for each School.

If weather is wet and training has not been cancelled boys should bring sandshoes in their sports kit so that they can train indoors.

Heat Policy

Training:  The Sportsmaster will cancel outdoor training if the ambient temperature at 2.00pm (as measured at College Street and/or Weigall) is at 35 degrees Celsius or above and is not expected to decrease soon. If the ambient temperature reaches 35 degrees Celsius during training, it must be suspended or cancelled. If boys cannot be released they must rest (in shade wherever possible), take fluids and receive any necessary attention.

Sports Newsletter

Coaches and Contact

Emergency Numbers

Whom to contact if you cannot make a game

If on a Saturday, a boy is unable to play due to illness or other emergency, please observe the following procedures.

  1. Call the coach (number is distributed by the coach to the boys in the team)
  2. If the coach is not contactable then call the appropriate number below:
  3. A message may be left on the Sportsmasters Assistant's number of 9332 5832
Basketball 0408 637 137 Rugby 0407 282 328
Cricket 0425 533 052 Football 0408 637 137
Tennis 0438 635 667 Cross Country 0432 916 932
Rowing 0408 270 896 Swimming 0416 243 656
Basketball Referees 0419 494 030 Athletics  
Rifles   Fencing 0413 318 242

Sports Uniform

All sports uniforms are available from the Grammar Shop except the rowing uniform which is obtainable from the boatshed.

Click headers below for more information

Sports Awards and Colours

Colours and other awards are given to participants in various official School sports according to the criteria set out below.

The Headmaster makes the final determination and reserves the right to grant or withhold awards on exceptional grounds as he sees fit regardless of the published criteria which may also be altered at any time without notice.

Recommendations for awards are made by a Colours Committee of three experienced masters, chaired by the Sportsmaster. Nominations are made to the Committee by senior coaches and masters in charge of individual sports.

The criteria for awards in individual sports are set out below:

The criteria for awards are set out below:

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