It was another tough weekend of ISA competition for Highlands schools over the weekend.
With the wet weather, all tennis was washed out.
But with the rest of the sports still on, there was plenty of fierce competition.
Of its 11 netball games, Chevalier College won seven matches.
With the home court advantage, the Firsts defeated Central Coast 43-17 and the Seconds also recorded a convincing 69-12 win over Central Coast.
Thirds took on Barker and won 46-10 and the Junior As beat central Coast 59-23.
Two of the junior teams faced each other, with Blue claiming a 20-7 victory over Maroon.
On the road, Junior White was far too strong for the Blue Mountains, recording a 51-1 victory and the Inter Bs downed Redlands 26-19.
In hockey, Chevalier celebrated victory over local rivals Oxley College in Firsts and Seconds.
Firsts had a close 2-1 win while Seconds kept Oxley scoreless in its 3-0 victory.
The Thirds and Fourths both went down 2-0 against Redlands.
After a stunning victory last weekend, Chevalier Firsts rugby team fell 38-5 against Canberra Grammar.
All other Chevalier rugby teams celebrated victory at home.
Up against All Saints, the 16s won 15-10, the 15s had a 34-22 win and the 14s kept their opponents scoreless in a dominant 71-0 victory.
There were only a few wins for the Chev football teams.
The Firsts girls side had a good 5-0 win against Barker on the road while the seconds went down by the same margin to Redlands.
The Junior Bs had a 3-0 win over St Spyridon while the Junior and Inter As were unable to come away with a win.
In the boys football, the Seconds and the 15As were the only ones to claim victory on Saturday.
The Seconds won 1-0 over Blue Mountains and the 15s won by the same margin also against Blue Mountains.
The 16s against St Patrick’s was a washout, the Firsts had a 0-0 draw with Blue Mountains and the 15Bs went down 5-3 to Central Coast.
Oxley College also had mixed success on Saturday.
In the girls football, the Firsts enjoyed a 6-2 win over Barker while the Junior As went down to Central Coast Grammar 6-1 and the Inter As were defeated 2-0 by Blue Mountains.
Oxley’s hockey teams were unable to secure a win, with a couple of losses against Chev and the Thirds and Fifths both going down to Blue Mountains.
In netball, four Oxley teams came come with a win on the weekend.
Firsts defeated St Spyridon 51-26 while the Junior Bs let St Spyridon score one point in their 26-1 win.
Junior and Inter As both faced Central Coast, with the Juniors claiming 37-29 win while the Inters won 28-21.
Oxley Seconds had a 39-28 loss against Barker.
In the boys football, only the Firsts had a win, defeating Redfield 4-1.
Also up against Redfield, the 13s had a close 3-2 loss, the 14s went down 2-0 and the Seconds were defeated 3-0.
It was a good weekend for the rugby teams, with four of the five teams securing a win.
Oxley again faced Redfield and the Firsts had a 27-7 win.
It was a dominant win for the 14s who got up 54-24 and the 13s also had a convincing 34-17 win.
The 15s edged out Redfield with a close 29-24 victory while the 16s lost 22-10.