College House again dominated the interhall sports championship competed between the five halls of residence at Canterbury University. 

College House retained the interhall men's and the interhall women's sports shields. (In the men's division College House was first with 50 points and University Hall was second with 41 points. In the women's division College House was first with 48 points and Rochester and Rutherford Hall was second with 35 points.) College House consequently retained the overall interhall sports trophy and has now won the interhall sports championship nine of the last ten years.
Large numbers of students represented the College in social grade sports teams during the year. In 2005 there were teams in men's rugby, men's and women's soccer, women's netball, mixed waterpolo and table tennis.

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