Co-curricular News

T2W8 Sport Fixtures

T2W8 Co-curricular Programme

Thank you! Many thanks goes to all our parents who have been so generous with their support and help this year so far.  Especially the parents who supported Equestrian over the weekend and to the Pipe Band Support Group who manned the canteen at the equestrian competition all day Saturday and Sunday. Cathy Wainwright is another notable parent who has been tirelessly baking each week to provide afternoon tea to our students participating in after school activities – thank you Cathy!

Rugby: U17 boys won their semi final last Friday night, 5-3 vs Highlands. They will compete in the Grand Final this weekend at Clive Berghofer Stadium vs USQ. Kick off at 12 .45pm.
Netball: Senior girls went down on Tuesday night after two wins over recent weeks. Last Saturday the 13c team won 21-11 the 13a team went down 41-7 with Lucy Bourke playing well.
Equestrian: SCOTS hosted a show jumping event over the weekend. The SCOTS PGC Equestrian team posted first and second places in the Secondary teams and second in the Primary team. Tom Keable was on fire over both days.
Pipes & Drums Band: the Pipe Band performed at the Caledonian ball on Saturday. Their performance was, as usual, outstanding.
Indoor Soccer: SCOTS sent a number of primary and secondary teams to the QCIS championships. All played well with the senior boys team making the finals.
Basketball Championships: Over the weekend Harry Keenan played in the Darling Downs School Basketball Team at Caloundra , as part of the Queensland School Sports Basketball Championships The team was made up of boys primarily from Toowoomba, with Harry being the only student from a Southern Downs school. The standard of the competition was exceptionally high and the Darling Downs team was only able to win one game, against Wide Bay, leaving them ninth overall. Harry Keenan managed to be the second highest scorer in the team, with 50 points or a game average of 8.3.