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College Year 12 Leaders

College Year 12 Leaders

Name: Euan Cram

Leadership Role: School Captain

What year did you commence at IPC? Year 7 

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: I have heavy involvement in the Rugby Union program and Athletics, swimming, and Cross-Country carnivals. 

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? Ignatius Park is a great school because of what it has to offer the boys as well as the memories and friends you make along the way.

What is your fondest memory at IPC? My fondest memory would be the school camps, all of the sports carnivals, and having the fattest chats with the boys at lunchtime.


Name: Thomas Duffy

Leadership Role: College Vice-Captain

What year did you commence at IPC? Year 7, 2016.

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: First 13, First 11.  

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The mateships that are made and the strong bond that is formed between both teachers and students.

What is your fondest memory at IPC? Swimming Carnival 2020 went off!

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? The gasbagging with the boys.


Name: Lucas Dummett

Leadership Role: Prefect of Liberating Education

What year did you commence at IPC? 2016 in Year 7

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: Ignatius Park First XIII, both Track and Touch Football involvements

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The focus that this school has on not only making students successful in their goals, but also at becoming great men makes it such an amazing place.

What is your fondest memory at IPC? My fondest memory of Ignatius Park is winning the Cowboys Challenge Rugby League grand final against Kirwan, and screaming the YahYah at the top of my lungs.

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? I will miss being able to see all the good blokes and teachers who are at this school, as well as their constant love and support.


Name: Wayne Owens

Leadership Role: Prefect of Inclusive Community  

What year did you commence at IPC? Grade 9, 2018

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: I do gymnastics at Gymnastics Townsville 

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The culture, mateship and Brotherhood in Ignatius Park Collage is what makes it such a great school

What is your fondest memory at IPC? My fondest memory at IPC would have to be the Year 9 Sports Carnival because I was able to meet new people 

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? I will miss all the laughs that the boys shared during lunchtime 


Name: Andrew Edmonds

Leadership Role: College Prefect - Justice and Solidarity

What year did you commence at IPC? Year 7, 2016

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: TCLC visits, Homeless sleepout and Townsville to Cairns Bike Ride

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The sense of Brotherhood around all year levels and the teachers that do everything they can do to better the students.

What is your fondest memory at IPC? My fondest memory at IPC is Year 7 camp, having a good time with all the lads.

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? The thing that I will miss the most is seeing my classmates every morning in Homeroom


Name: Atticus D’Mello

Leadership Role: Prefect of Gospel Spirituality

What year did you commence at IPC: Year 7, 2016

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: Head Coxswain of IPC Rowing and prominent member of Faith in Action / Reef Guardians’ program.

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The amazing and accepting community

What is your fondest memory at IPC? Seeing the Junior years embrace the culture of Ignatius Park for the first time at the 2020 Swimming Carnival

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? The great conversations with teachers and students alike.


Name: Trinidy Parker

Leadership Role: Captain of Baillie House

What year did you Commence at IPC?  Year 7, 2016

Co-Curricular/Sporting Involvements: Senior Basketball, AFL, First 15

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school?  The Park is like a second family, the brotherhood and culture within the college is like no other and it brings everyone together.  Also, the sporting and co-curricular activities you can participate in is endless.

What is your fondest memory at IPC? School camps, building a strong relationship with the Senior cohort.

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? Turning up to school everyday and spending time with all my mates and the boys of the College is going to be the biggest thing I will miss when I finish up my time at The Park.


Name: Mitchell Doyle  

Leadership Role: House Captain of Carew 

What year did you Commence at IPC? Year 7 2016

Co-Curricular/Sporting Involvements:  TCLC visits, Touch, League

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The Brotherhood and comradery around the boys makes it feel like a second home and a place to turn to when in need.
What is your fondest memory at IPC? Leadership Camp 

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? Seeing all the boys every day 


Name:  Lachlan Bourke

Leadership Role:  Captain of Nolan

What year did you commence at IPC?  Year 7, 2016

Co-Curricular/Sporting Involvements:  Inter-School athletics, TCLC visits, School Volleyball, First XV, Peer Mentor.  

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school?  The mateship and encouragement that the students demonstrate.

What is your fondest memory at IPC?  The campfire stories with all the boys on Year 9 camp

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? Seeing all the others every day, I will also miss all of the carnivals and camps.   


Name: Lachlan Parker

Leadership Role: House Captain of Putney

What year did I commence at IPC: Year 7, 2016.

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: Basketball (First V) and other general school sports

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school: The opportunities and relationships you build here are unique and will stay with you for life. 

What is your fondest memory at IPC: Winning the Basketball School State Championships and all the school camps. Seeing my mates everyday would also have to be one. 

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year: Not being able to see all of my mates as often as well as the support group around me.


Name: Braedan Kennedy

Leadership Role: Reid House Captain

What year did you commence at IPC? Year 7, 2016

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: Rugby League

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The Brotherhood that this school provides is one of a kind and I am privileged to go to this great school 

What is your fondest memory at IPC?  It is hard to highlight one memory however the carnivals are always a good time with the boys

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? Definitely just laughing and being around the boys is what I will miss the most. The Park is a special place.


Name: Darcy Keir

Leadership Role: Rice House Captain

What year did you commence at IPC: 2016 / Year 7

Co-curricular/Sporting Involvements: First XV, FTV club 

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school: The Brotherhood, culture and history

What is your fondest memory at IPC: First IPC Swimming Carnival

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year: Daily interactions with all the boys and staff members 


Name: Cathane Hill

Leadership Role: Treacy House Captain

What year did you commence at IPC? Year 7, 2016

Co-Curricular/ sporting involvements: First XIII Rugby League, First VI Touch Football

What makes Ignatius Park College a great school? The great culture within the school gates, and the unlimited opportunities thrown at us.

What is your fondest memory at IPC? Winning the Year 10 Cowboys Challenge grand final and running over to celebrate with the Iggy lads in the crowd.

What will you miss when you leave at the end of the year? The feeling of a second home and always having your brothers by your side every day.


Contact

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384 Ross River Road,
Cranbrook, Townsville
Queensland, 4814

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The Ignatius Park College Community would like to humbly acknowledge the Wulgurukaba peoples on whose land our College is located, as well as the Bindal peoples on whose land many of us live and travel across daily. We respectfully thank the elders of this traditional land both past and present for guiding us through the journey of time to where we are today.