Summer Sport Round 5 – Chevalier College
8th March 2021

Summer Sport Round 5

On another very pleasant Saturday the final round of sport (for most) was played. Sport(s) actually started on Friday afternoon with another 50+ keen starters at Mountain Biking which is now one of the most popular activities at Chev.

Our Junior Cricketers were playing their semi-final against Moss Vale. The Chev team seems to have found form at the right time with a very solid batting performance. Josh M., Hugh W. and Will G. were best with the bat in a total of 144.

The Moss Vale batsmen didn’t cope with our bowling and fielding and capitulated for only 38 runs. Hugh W. was our best bowler, but was well supported with some great catching and fielding.

Our Chev team now look forward to this week’s final against arch rivals Oxley.

The 1sts Cricketers were up against Oxley and compiled a total of 115. More runs were required as the Oxley batsmen achieved the required runs with overs and batters to spare. For Chev, Nick C. and Finn K. were best.

In the Basketball at school, the Girls Junior B team keep on winning with Amelia D. and Grace P. starring.

For the travelling basketballers, the Boys A teams were up against St Greg’s and the 15s and 17s came home winners.

Patrick Bartlett’s boys continued on with their sporting story, 4 players this week and a 25-25 draw. The novel expands!

And the Junior A Girls also had a great win against Central Coast, also with only 4 players!

The Touch Footy Girls had a cracking morning at school with some very competitive matches played. From 8 teams participating in the competition, Chev have 4 progressing to this weekend’s finals.

The Girls 1sts team had a match-winning lead against Oakhill but a couple of late tries resulted in a drawn match and unfortunately our girls out of the finals.

Possibly the game of the day was the Chev 7 v Chev 8 match with try for try being scored. Sumi Singhal’s girls were winners by one and now have bragging rights in the Maths staff room.

Our Softballers travelled to Barker College and, despite a valiant effort, the Chev teams’ season has now finished.

So the Summer season which has been reasonably normal (apart from the weather) has almost reached its conclusion. An abbreviated finals will be played in most sports, with Chev participating in Basketball, Touch Football and Cricket.

Download RESULTS_ISA Round 5


Andrew Bell
Administrator – Extra Curriculum