The Weekly Wrap
Read your Round 3 sport wraps for Tennis and Football.
Terrace students are eligible to trial for selection into District and Met Nth Regional representative teams in a number of sports. Our primary students nominate via City Dist. and our secondary students via Nth Independent or in some cases Met Nth direct depending on the sport. Boys will only be nominated if they are of a high standard and meet qualifying times in respective sports.
City District Term 2 Sports are:
Direct nominations to Met. Nth Sports are:
- Cross Country date 6 June – Open to 13-19 yrs. Nominations close Friday 12 May
- Rugby Union trial date 23 May – Open to all boys turning 15. Nominations close Friday 12 May
- Golf trial date 22 May – Open to all 10 – 18 yrs. Nominations close Friday 12 May
For more information relating to upcoming trials please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the below link https://metnorthschoolsport.eq.edu.au/Pages/default.aspx
Thanks for your support.
Round 3 delivered a terrific result for Terrace Football, with the 1st XI celebrating a solid win against ACGS. Both teams displayed a senior style of football, with counter-attacking skills that impressed football supporters of all levels. James Leech repaid his coach and team mates for his start in the 1st XI by putting pressure on the Churchie goalkeeper, then pouncing on the keeper’s error to slot home our first goal. A set play for Terrace allowed Oscar Sullivan to beat the off side trap and, at the far post, pick up a loose ball which he slotted with confidence. Later in the game, Churchie clawed back one goal, but Terrace held out and played with control and discipline to bring home their first win of the season. We’re looking to repeat that performance this weekend against BGS at home. The enthusiastic support from the GT Army and other spectators helped to lift the team over the line and we hope to see more of that going forward.
The Senior teams had a fantastic weekend, with wins across the board.
- 1st XI: 2-1 win
- 2nds: 2-1 win
- 3rds: 4-2 win
- 4ths: 2-0 win
- 5ths: 3-0 win
- Year 11: 4 wins, 2 draws
- Year 10: 3 wins, 3 losses
- Year 9: 4 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses
- Year 8: 5 wins, 1 draw
- Year 7: 4 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses
- Year 6: 2 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss
- Year 5: 2 wins, 2 losses
Terrace finished with 22 wins, 6 draws and 10 losses against Churchie and 28 wins, 7 draws and 10 losses overall.
This sensational result was a fitting way to officially kick-off the season, with the Term 2 Sports Launch on Saturday night a resounding success. Students and their parents from Football, Cross Country, Tennis and Gymnastics enjoyed an evening of fine food and great entertainment, including the Terrace band whose swing numbers impressed the crowd.
The Football Support Group, which organised this year’s event, would like to thank the following sponsors who generously donated prizes for the raffle: Emporium Hotel, Roxanne Gorman photography, Brisbane City Football Club, Anderson's Treasure Store, Canterbury, Noller & Turner Travel Associates, Brisbane Centenary Pool, Domino’s Pizza Spring Hill, Brisbane Roar, Botanical Restaurant (James Street), Barber Girl.
This weekend marks the half-way point of the season so we’d like as many people as possible to come out and support our boys at home against Brisbane Grammar. Go the Red and Black!
Get to know your 1st XI Football - Q&A
Vice-Captain of the 2017 1st XI Football Team
- Full Name: Darcy McCluskey
- Nickname: Darc
- Why? It's just what people call me
- If you could play any other position on the field than your current one, what would it be? Striker.
- Favourite professional team? Manchester United
- Favourite professional player? Why? Patrick Viera, because I have been told I play like him.
- Do you have any pre-game rituals/ habits? Not really, just listen to music
- Who's going to win the Football World Cup next year? Germany
Get to know your Terrace Football Coaches – Q&A
With the biggest winning margin on the weekend, the 7A’s have shown some great promise with their 6-0 win. With that in mind, it is the perfect time to pick their coaches brain and see what makes them tick.
- Full Name: Mason Hellyer
- What team do you coach? 7A
- How long have you been coaching at Terrace? 18 Years
- What is your highest football representation / honour? QLD Schoolboys
- Favourite professional team? Newcastle United / Brisbane Roar
- Favourite professional player? Why? Thomas Broich, because he has outstanding skill, brings others into the game and a good all round, humble individual
- Who's going to win the Football World Cup next year? Germany
Our Round 3 clash was another impressive result for both our 1st IV and 2ND IV tennis teams.
Our 1st IV boys swept through the Churchie team without dropping a set. All four boys were impressive in both their singles and double matches this week. Stephen Stoddart was almost flawless for the match dropping only 3 games in 6 sets of tennis. Xavier Lim on debut in the 1st team also performed extremely well winning all three of his match dropping only 6 games for the day.
We have traditionally had very close matches with Churchie but this year was different. Our boys are match hardened and have been a core group of players now for more than three seasons. They showed much better combinations in doubles and executed their singles plays with power and precision.
The Final score was 8 – 16 – 96 to 0 – 0 -12. Our boys now sit on top of the GPS ladder with 3 wins from 3 matches.
Our 2ND IV have also become a team to be reckoned with. They also sit on the top of the table at 3 and 0 for the season. The form of these boys has been just as impressive as the 1st IV boys. With Eddie Brockhurst coming into the team this week adding guile and maturity our boys dominated from the start of the match. Two of our younger boys Charlie Van Balen and Dominic Anderson have gone through the season barely dropping games in singles. Charlie won 1 and 1 while Dom was flawless in another 0 and 0 score line.
The final score was 5 – 11 – 73 to 1 – 2 – 34.
This week we play a much tougher team in BGS. My message to our entire program is, we need to focus on competing and trusting / executing the processes we have been putting in place in training. (PLAY YOUR GAME.)