ISA competition report

EFFORT ACROSS THE FIELD: It was a big day of ISA sport at Chevalier College on Saturday, August 5. It was also special day at Chevalier College, as year 12 students played their final rounds for the school. Photo: Charli Shield
EFFORT ACROSS THE FIELD: It was a big day of ISA sport at Chevalier College on Saturday, August 5. It was also special day at Chevalier College, as year 12 students played their final rounds for the school. Photo: Charli Shield

It was a special day at Chevalier College on Saturday, August 5, as year 12 students played their final rounds for the school.

There was a full day of rugby on the main oval, and a Chevalier versus Oxley game drew a large, enthusiastic crowd. 

All matches were close contests, there was lots of excellent play and no major injuries.

All matches were close. Oxley started as winners in the 13s and Chev were victors in the other match ups.

The 1sts game was a successful affair with 85 points scored. Ed Baillieu starred for Chev scoring four tries.

Ollie Lowe also scored and had a good match, as did Hugh MacRae and Tom Parkes. 

All the Chev rugby teams will look forward to and train hard for the upcoming semis and finals.

The netball girls were all at home and the junior teams were all winners against St Andrews. 

The Junior C team came back well in the final quarter to snatch a one point win. 

For the Senior teams, the 2nds and 3rds probably played their best games of the season against Oakhill. 

The 1sts team also played really well against top quality opposition. In a great game to watch the best for Chev’s girls were Steff Lockett, Erin McGuinness and Eva Lawrance.

In the tennis, which was played away at Barker College in Stathfield, Chev had a great 6-2 win against St Patrick’s. Nathaniel Tonks was Chev’s best player on the day. Our Div. 7 team looks forward to playing St Pat’s again in this week’s final.

In the girls’ hockey, the 1sts and 2nds played Oxley. Despite finishing behind on the score sheet, they will go in determined to reverse the results when they play each other again in the semi finals on Saturday, August 12.

The boys’ soccer teams all had a tough day on the road away against St Pius, who have been the dominant school in boys’ football for the past few seasons. 

Effort and application was not lacking but Chev’s teams did suffer some lopsided results against high quality opposition.

The reports back from the girls’ football was much more positive, with great results on the road. 

The 1sts played Redlands and probably should have come home with all the points, but had to settle for a 1-1 draw. 

Chev’s goal scorer was Tori James. 

The 2nds had a great 5-2 win, with Ebony Whitlock scoring 3, and Aimee Merlino and Dani Rieber a goal each. The Inters had a 2-2 draw against Barker and look towards progressing in this week’s semi finals. 

The Junior teams travelled up to the mountains and the Junior B team came home with a fantastic 2-1 victory.

- Andrew Bell, Chevalier College