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Summer Inter-school Sport Season Review

 
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The summer season of inter-school sport has drawn to a close, with district finals recently completed in the past week. It has been an exciting season of firsts, including our first cohort of year 7 students participating in secondary school sport as well as the inclusion of Brisbane Bayside College and Wynnum SHS in district competition. Despite the added competition, this season can be regarded as an overall success.

We have had four teams compete in District finals this season. These include the Year 7/8 Boys Touch Football, Year 7/8 Girls Basketball, Open Girls Basketball and Open Boys Cricket teams. Unfortunately only the Open Girls Basketball team was victorious, defeating Redlands College 45-27 in their final, whilst the other three teams were defeated despite brave efforts against good opposition. The Open Girls Basketball team will now enter the Metropolitan Finals campaign later in the year, searching for an incredible FOURTH Metropolitan Title in five years, starting their amazing run of success in Year 8.

Every win and every point counts in such competitive competitions and unfortunately many of our summer inter-school sport teams finished their seasons in third and fourth place out of eight schools, just missing out on finals. On the other hand, this is a very positive result, demonstrating that the overall success and competitiveness of our teams across all the sports, especially volleyball and basketball, is improving. This increase in success can also be linked to the Monday afternoon and lunchtime training sessions that each team has been involved in. These training sessions are critical and will once again feature as a necessary part of winter inter-school sport.

Thank you to all coaches, students and parents who have supported our teams along the way this season. We now look forward to winter sport, with trials commencing in Week 4 this term.

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Last reviewed 19 December 2019
Last updated 19 December 2019