Director of Sport | Mr Damian Wright
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1st IV TENNIS
The Premiership decider – the Terrace 1st IV are undefeated going into this final round playing at BBC this Friday evening.
After an outstanding season, the boys are well primed to display their talents against a strong opposition. The Terrace team is a very strong team, and regardless of their result on Friday night, have been outstanding ambassadors for the school this year. It has been a highlight all season to watch the way these boys have performed.
Well done boys on your season so far and good luck on Friday night.
1st XI FOOTBALL
This Friday afternoon at BBC, the 1st XI will play BBC in their final fixture of the season.
Thank you to all the Year 12 boys involved in the team for your efforts this season and the many years of service you have provided to the school, I am sure you have enjoyed your time.
Friday afternoon is an opportunity for the 1st XI to consolidate their season. A win on Friday evening will see them come equal 5th mid table. That is a step forward for the program and the College in this division. Good luck boys.
Congratulations to our young men who competed in the GPS Gymnastics Championships last weekend. It was a great way for the boys to finish off their season – with strong showings by all the boys involved.
Thank you to Captain Ned Jessop and Vice-Captain Lachlan Mitchell and head Coaches Mr Oliver Labone and Mr Tom Harden.
Gymnastics works quietly behind the scenes, away from the fanfare, but with just as much effort, pride and commitment as all the other activities.
Thank you to all involved – I believe training for 2018 starts again in Term 3 – communication of this will be coming early Term 3 for all boys.
Terrace v TGS
Last weekend’s fixtures vs Toowoomba Gramma School, signalled the last opportunity for the full program of Football and Tennis to be in action for 2017.
The trip up the range to a brisk Toowoomba was successful for the majority of teams in Tennis with the Firsts and Seconds IV’s recording significantly strong victories.
The Football programs found the results a little more challenging with TGS providing strong opposition.
Regardless of results thank you to all boys and their families for participating in these two activities in 2017. I hope you have enjoyed your time.
Perhaps the only disappointing element to the Football season was the number of our young men who decided not to travel to Toowoomba on Saturday. Team mates were let down, the College was let down, the opposition was let down and I believe you let yourself down.
Representing the College is a privilege, not a right. Unfortunately, some young men did not see it that way on Saturday.
JUNE / JULY HOLIDAYS
The holiday period will again be a busy time with Basketball Clinics, Rugby Clinics, The U15 Rugby Tour and Track and Field training opportunities.
Please utilise the COLLEGE APP and identify under Sport which activity you are looking for – training options for Basketball, Rugby and Track and Field are listed.