Sports Report – ISA Winter Round 7
On a cool winter’s Saturday the final round of sport for Term 2 was played.
The morning commenced on a bright note with the first win of the season for the 4ths Hockey team. The goal scorer in a 1-0 over Blue Mountains was Sophie Knapp.
In the Netball at school the Junior C team came from behind for a very exciting one point win against St Spyridon.
The 1sts had a big win over Oakhill with Brea Newbury, Adiel Mkolo, Molly Good and Jess Maronese playing well.
There were lots of close Netball games during the day with the Inter A team going down by one point away against Redlands.
The Boys Soccer and Rugby teams were playing in the eagerly awaited local derbies against Oxley.
The Soccer 2nds were first up on a very frosty white pitch. They didn’t warm up until late in the match and suffered a 3-1 loss.
The 1sts Boys also played early and had a strong 2-0 win with goals from Austen Cribbin-Blencowe and Max Prien.
In the Rugby games it was a great day for all the Chev teams. Wins across the board and all teams played and conducted themselves well. Very pleasing for all coaches.
For the 1sts, Oskar Watson and Darcy Howard were the try scorers. Oskar and Darcy were two of Chev’s best players along with the front row of Patrick Connelly, Will Docherty and Jaydan Evangelista.
In the 14s, player of the match Sam McMahon scored 5 tries!
In the Tennis at St Patrick’s – the 1sts drew 4 sets apiece.
It was a very close contest and a measure of the improvement shown by the team, after losing 8 sets to 0 in the first ISA round. Nathaniel Tonks and Andrew McIntosh played very well to win their singles.
Chev 2nds lost to St Pats 7 sets to 1. Livinia Holt played well on the day.
In the Girls Soccer, away against Blue Mountains, the 1sts girls came from behind to draw 1-1. A late long distance strike from Erin Sommers was enough to share the points.
At Chev the Junior A team had a good 3-0 over a very cold St Andrew’s team.
In more Boys Soccer results the 14s won 5-1 against Oxley and the 13s managed to score 6 in an 11 goal thriller. Scoring 2 goals each for the 13s were Noah Kamminga and James Murray.
The 16s had a hard fought 0-0 draw with St Pius. Matthew Wray was the star, saving two penalties.
So another busy day on the grounds with everyone happy to be out for some exercise.
Click here for Results – and we now look forward to the mid-season break in competition.
Administrator – Extra Curriculum