ISA Summer Sports – Round 6 – Chevalier College
28th November 2022

ISA Summer Sports – Round 6

The last ISA round for the year was a sad occasion for some year 11’s, who played their last game for Chevalier, as they will be leaving to pursue new adventures next year. However, many of these students were lucky to go out in style, by beating their opponents with true Chev determination.


Both the boys and girls 1sts teams had great wins on Saturday, winning 55-51 and 60-50 respectively. Fitting farewells for Dillon G and Will B from the boys and twin Darcy B in the girls.


Another beautiful day for cricket on Saturday. We welcomed the top of the table St Augustine’s from Brookvale before Sam M. won the toss and gladly chose to bat. Harry M batted superbly to anchor the innings, finishing up with an impressive 53 from 114 balls. Henry M then added the flair with some late order hitting (he finished with 34 from 14 balls including 3 sixes). We finished with a defendable 10/183. In response Finn K nabbed an early wicket, but the joy in the field really ended there. Finn broke down and dislocated his knee while bowling and the St Augustine’s batsman batted incredibly well to chase down our total 2 wickets down.

Chevalier College 10/183 after 46 overs (Harry M 53 and Henry M 34) were defeated by St Augustine’s Brookvale 2/184 after 35 overs.

The motto their brave coach has chosen to embrace is “Perseverantia omnia vincit” or “Perseverance conquers all things”.

Boys Touch Football

Senior boys touch went down 2-7 to Redlands.

On a beautiful Highlands morning, Chev Junior D Boys Touch Football team hosted Redlands. Our team showed form and teamwork, but were down 1-4 at half time. The second half saw Chev regroup, and with speed and strategy they scored three tries. Redlands scored in the final minutes to come away with a 5-4 win over Chev. It ended up being a tight and thrilling game. Well done Junior D Boys Touch team.

Girls Touch Football

The Junior B girls had a good trip up to Chifley Park. We played really well, although unfortunately lost 0-4. The girls were exhausted at the end. Good job girls!

The Junior D girls team demonstrated their resilience in their last game for the year against St Spyridon College. Abbey L, Jessica P and Ruby A scored the tries. We unfortunately lost 4-7, however it was fantastic to see their communication and teamwork improve.