With the heavens opening and the wind kicking up, the boys’ first game was to be a soggy one against St Augustine’s Catholic College. Both sides were equally matched, only a few late errors proving the difference, with the team going down 3-2.
The next two games against St Peter’s Catholic College and St Leo’s Catholic College were much improved, the boys driving the ball down the middle well and getting both teams on the back foot, eventually winning 3-1 and 5-2 respectively.
With the rain not easing and conditions getting worse, the decision was made by the organisers to alter how many teams would play in the finals, meaning the team just missed out because of their one loss.
In what was a very wet and windy day, the boys enjoyed representing the College and played with great spirit the whole day. Some standouts being both Flakus brothers Austen and Noah, Matt Norman and Nixon Yarnold in attack, and Cooper Smith and Jack Humphris in defence.
Thank you to Mr Reynolds for driving the bus and Hunter Kay and Byron Marks for making the trip to referee the day.