Coles Sports for Schools


Apologies, Parishioners,
this is a little late.
Still, it is now time to redeem your vouchers!


Please be assured if the delay in sending your satchels is due to the delay in receiving additional satchels we will of course accept the satchels for processing

Cheryl Russell, 58, said that Karama Coles was handy
(and other stores owned by the sprawling behemoth that is Wesfarmers)
in its infinite generousity

is running a Sports for Schools programme

Cathy, Curtis & some bloke

Collecting vouchers is easy! Every member of your school’s community will earn one voucher for every $10 spent in a Coles, Coles Online, BI-LO or Pick ‘n’ Pay store from July 29th through to October 18th just for doing their regular shop!


For every $10 spent, they’ll earn 1 voucher
1 x Coles Sports for Schools voucher = 1 Point


Plus throughout the program there will be opportunities to collect bonus vouchers with our special promotional offers on over 1,800 selected products. So keep an eye out instore, online and on TV!
(Excluded items include: Coles Express and Coles Insurance purchases, and gift cards, liquor, tobacco and tobacco related product purchases. Other products may also be excluded at Coles’ discretion)

However, some Parishioners are Not Happy;
a search for “Coles Sports for Schools rip off
reveals some cynics…

Lessee; at 1 point per $10,
this costs $7.00

will tend to travel slower than the puck
this costs $33.50

vinyl covered folding prism with arrow
and this costs $180 100
no error in transposing times from watch to paper
My favourite, however, is
A variety of equipment suitable for participation in Traditional Indigenous Games!

2 Bocce sets, 4 Flat hoops 60cm, 4 Flat hoops 75cm – $305 600!

PS: someone has declared today Steve Irwin Day!