Sports Report – ISA Round 4
With the sun shining again, warm conditions, shorts and tee shirts, we could well have been playing cricket, softball or basketball as the summer-like weather lingered.
At school we had girls and boys soccer, hockey, tennis and rugby.
The Tennis team had a close contest against Oakhill with some high quality matches. Andrew McIntosh was our most successful player winning his singles encounter.
The Rugby teams were dominant against St Andrews. All teams were winners, most by large margins. The 14’s match was closest with the lead changing numerous times. Chev just managing to get home by one try. Chev’s best were Declan Oakley and Sam McMahon.
Hopefully, some rain will fall this week to soften the very hard and dry fields.
The Girls Football was good for the Juniors, not so for the older girls’ teams. Kass Gaspi’s Junior B team had their best game of the season scoring 6 against St Andrews. Brett Bastin’s Junior A’s followed up with a very good win against Redlands.
For the Boys Football it was almost a clean sweep against Oxley. The 13s and 14s were winners, and the 2nds shared the points with a 1-1 draw. The 1sts battled hard and had the better of play for most of the game. A goal finally came from Angus Byfield and that was enough for a win. Chev’s best were Patrick King and Lachlan Screen.
In the Hockey, the 1sts were totally dominant against Redlands – 6-0 at half time slowed down in the second half resulting in a final score of 7-0.
In ongoing Representative news:
The Hockey Girls, Tessa Good, April Hamilton and Kaelan Read were all selected in the CIS team.
In the Boys Hockey, Denzel Bambridge, Ethan Bambridge, Darcy Howard and Luke McClay also made it in to the CIS team.
In Rugby League, Matt Parkes was selected in the 15 & Under CIS Squad.
And in Girls Soccer, Charlotte and Georgia Hampshire, and Talia Austin will be playing in the CIS Championships on Monday and Tuesday.
ISA Cross Country and Touch Football to look forward to this week.