The second last competition round took place on Saturday with most Chevalier College teams playing away.
The netballers were at five different venues.
The rugby boys were up early to travel to Bathurst and the hockey girls were over the road at Oxley.
At home the girls footballers played against Barker and the Blue Mountains.
The Seconds started the day with a very good performance but unfortunately Barker scored with time running out to steal a victory.
Chev’s best were Demi Rewais and Danica Elliott.
The Firsts played Barker and had a good win knocking in a few goals with a 5-0 win to remain top of the table.
Scorers for Chevalier were Jorgia Bulfin (two), Mia Henderson, Grace Napoleone and Zoe Molino.
The Junior As and Inters were up against Blue Mountains.
The Junior A girls scored late in the second half for a 1-0 win.
The Inter girls scored some spectacular goals in a very impressive 4-0 win.
The goals were scored by Lara Colley, Emily Anderson and Anabelle Hall (two).
In the hockey the local derbies were all played in good spirits.
Chevalier’s Firsts and Seconds came away winners, with the Thirds sharing the points.
Goalscorers for the Firsts in a resounding 5-0 win were Tessa Good, Gabby Bunyan, April Hamilton and Jemima Gripper (two).
The standout players were Lauren Balla and Monique Bernie.
The rugby boys were playing All Sainst College in what was to be the Bathurst schools last games of rugby at home before their merger with Scots college.
In a good day of play the Chevalier teams were winners in the 15s (36-12) and 16s (22-12).
The 14s went down 19-15 in a close match while both the Firsts and 13s had the bye.
In other results the Firsts netballers finished with a 36-36 draw against St Pauls
Best performers were Summer Lewis, Molly Good and Eva Lawrance.
All of Chevalier’s junior teams were winners and the Thirds also got up over St Pauls with a strong 49-11 victory. And in the soccer, the boys travelled to St Pauls.
The Firsts had a great win against top of the table St Pauls.
The winning goals came from Lachlan Screen and Patrick King in a great team effort on the road.
In the tennis the A team had a very important game against Oakhill to secure second spot on the table and guarantee a semi-final spot.
The end result was a 4-4 draw with Andrew McIntosh maintaining his unbeaten singles record for the season.
Round 10 of the ISA competition will be played at home this week with plenty of Chevalier teams in action at home and in contention for semi-finals.
- Andrew Bell