Chevalier showed their skills in round three of the winter ISA competition on May 13.
The inter-school sports competition on a home-and-away basis between the member schools for both genders in Years 7 to 12.
Tennis, hockey, rugby, netball and soccer are the iwnter sports played in 2017.
Chev finished just behind overall but still demonstrated fantastic performances amongst some bad luck stories.
Rugby, soccer and tennis was played at Chevalier.
The rugby community were pleased to have their first home fixture against St Andrews.
Each of the home teams were winners.
The fledgling 13s won 31-0, the best players being Will Petersen, Nathan Bowditch and Matt Parkes.
The 14s racked up a big score in their match and declared at half time.
The 15s finally managed to field a full team and in a close contest finished up winners with a 31-22 scoreline.
The 1sts match was locked at 21-19 for the majority of the second half. The Chevalier boys finished strongly posting two late tries to finish winners 33-19.
Ed Baillieu was a standout, scoring three tries. Other try scorers were Luke Lindsay and Will Humphreys.
Other good team performers were Benji Maule, Dan McGee and Tom Parkes off the bench.
The Soccer Boys had an extremely tough day against quality opponents St Pat’s.
Most teams were given a lesson in teamwork, passing and finishing with all Chevalier goalkeepers having a busy day.
Credit must go to the Chevalier 1sts team who were unlucky not to get at least a point from their game.
Chevalier were clearly the better side in the first half but their opponents had one shot at goal and scored.
Best for Chev were Nick Pinczi, Liam Ryan-East, Ben Walker and Jack Taufel.
The Tennis team at home had another really good contest against Oakhill and like last week, just missed out in the deciding doubles matches.
The team on the road had a convincing win against Redlands with Nathaniel Tonks and Andrew McIntosh picked as standouts.
In the Girls soccer at home the Inters and Juniors had very competitive and enjoyable matches against Central Coast.
The 1sts and 2nds were up against Barker.
The 1sts did well to contain a very strong Barker team who have a multitude of representative and even an Australian player in their ranks.
The 2nds girls managed a 1-1 draw with Sinead O’Malley scoring Chevalier’s goal.
On the road the senior netballers really struggled against Oakhill.
For the 1sts Bree Smith, Eva Lawrance and Mackenzie Beets were Chevalier’s best.
The Inters were winners against St Andrews but the Juniors were not so successful.
All of the Chev hockey teams were winners, with the 1sts starting the season well, scoring a multitude of goals.
Likewise the Junior A team. The Junior Bs who had their first win away against St Andrews.
Round four will once again be played home-and-away on May 20.
Ten rouns of regular ISA sports will be be played before the finals series commences.
the finals will commence in early August.