Chevalier celebrated plenty of home-ground success in round nine of the winter ISA competition.
The Firsts hockey team had a big 7-0 win at home over the Blue Mountains and the seconds followed suit with a 4-0 victory. The Juniors travelled to Oxley and the Junior As drew 1-1.
Despite only having 10 players, the Junior Bs had a 3-0 win.
The girls football matches were evenly matched and were some of the best matches of the season so far.
The Seconds were down a goal early in the match but rallied to claim a 2-1 win.
The Firsts also celebrated an unexpected victory against competition hotshots Oakhill.
The Inters continued with their fine form of late with a 2-0 win over St Spyridon. Both goals were scored by Kasey Whymark. The Junior As had one of their best results of the season winning 5-0 against St Spyridons.
Chevalier netballers were on the road. The Firsts had a close two point loss against Oakhill while the Seconds, Inter As and all the junior teams were winners.
In tennis Chevalier’s A team won eight sets to nil away against Barker. Andrew McIntosh retained his undefeated singles record for the season after nine rounds of competition.
It was another tough day against St Spyridon for the boys soccer teams. There were a few highs during the day with the 16s winning 3-1. The 14Bs also managed a win with the only goal of the game, and the 15As fought out a 1-1 draw.
The Firsts and Seconds both struggled to break down strong St Spyridon defence and one goal for the visitors was enough to win both matches.
The rugby games at home were all good contests. The Central Coast boys have all improved this season and the 13s, 14s, and 16s matches were all first versus second clashes.
There were lots of tries in the 13s match with a 52-21 Chevalier win. The score in the 14s went back and forth and many spectators thought the game had ended in a draw. But Chevalier prevailed by a single try.
The 16s was close until Chev’s fitness showed through in the final 10 minutes.
The final score was 29-7 but the teams were close until a couple of late Chevalier tries sealed the win.
In the Firsts match, the game didn’t start as anyone had hoped with an injury to a Central Coast front rower in the first scrum resulting in an ambulance called and the game delayed and then moved to Sadlier Oval.
Two tries in the first half and one to each team in the second resulted in a 19-5 win for the visitors. Chev’s scorer in the second half was Callum Peattie.