Chevalier College sports teams endured chilly and damp conditions last weekend in the latest round of ISA competition.
All of the Chev netball teams were playing on home courts.
The Year 12 girls in the Firsts team have played their last ever home match as they have had five home fixtures in a row.
The girls finished their home stint with a strong showing against St Paul’s to win 58-25.
Chevalier Thirds had a good 39-18 win also over St Paul’s and the Inter A side defeated St Paul’s 53-33.
Up against St Andrew’s, the Inter B side had a close 26-23 win, while the Junior As had a comfortable 41-19 victory over St Spyridon.
The Junior Bs beat St Andrews 43-18, the Junior White side defeated Central Coast 60-4 and the Junior Maroon team won 21-1 against St Andrew’s.
Best performers were Eva Lawrance, Mackenzie Edwards and Molly Good.
All hockey teams were also at home playing against Oxley in the local derbies.
All Chev teams were winners with the Firsts finishing off strongly in a 4-1 win.
Goalscorers were Gabby Bunyan and April Hamilton with two each and Grace Howard was a star performer.
In tennis, both the Open A and B teams drew against St Pius. The As had a 3-3 draw, while at the end of the B game, it was a 4-4 draw.
In the girls soccer, there were good results for the Opens and Inters while the Juniors struggled against Central Coast Grammar.
The Open Seconds had a thrilling 2-2 draw against St Andrew’s with goals from Danica Elliott and Ella Benson.
Millie Horn scored both goals for the Inters against Central Coast.
The boys Firsts and Seconds both had 3-0 victories against Blue Mountains in cold, gloomy and slippery conditions.
The Firsts goals were scored by Jordan Provino, Lachlan Screen and Jude Davids.
The Seconds scorers were Liam Mulhall, Jacob Stirling and Carlo Teodorowych.
The 16s travelled to play St Andrew’s and came home with a 6-0 win.
The score was locked at 0-0 at halftime, with six second half goals coming from Jonah Elias and Aiden Finlan.
It was another strong performance from the rugby teams, with all Chevalier sides that played recording a win.
On the road against Blue Mountains, the Firsts had a 50-9 win, the 15s won 40-17 and the 14s claimed a 69-5 victory.
The 13s kept their opposition scoreless in a 74-0 win, while the 16s had a bye.