Border District Swimming last week was a huge success for the students of SCOTS PGC College. At the conclusion of the carnival SCOTS ran away with Girls Aggregate, Boys Aggregate, Overall Aggregate and the Percentage Trophy. We were the best represented school at the carnival and the students acquitted themselves admirably both in and out of the water.
Special mention must go to Tom Winter (Open) and William Gilmore (U15) for gaining the Age champion in their respective age groups on the day. Some participants of our Senior Swim Team now looks to tackle the Darling Downs event next week where we have 5 competitors who have qualified for events.
The Junior Swim Team will contest the Southern Downs Trials this Friday with some 20 odd swimmers having qualified to attend this event. Details have been forwarded for participants through SEQTA.
Border District Trials
Rugby League trials were held Monday with several of our boys successful in making the Border District Team for the Darling Downs Gala Day next Monday
U15 – Bailey Steel, Beau Kendall, Dean Mauch, Tyran Petrie
Open – Anthony Hodges, Joe Thompson, Lachlan Titus, Jack Kenny
Further Border District Trials will be held next Thursday here in Warwick for Netball (U15, Open), Basketball (U12, U15, Open), Hockey (Open), Soccer (U16, Open Boys) (U15, Open Girls), and Squash. These are being hosted by SCOTS and students intending to trial should have messaged Mrs Miller or completed the survey before this time.
Big home games this Friday evening against Pittsworth SHS. Games commence at 3.45pm and the Open Girls game is at 7.30pm with the Open Boys game at 8.30pm. Please come and support our teams in this vital country school clash.
Junior and Middle School Swimming Carnival Results
To view the results for the JAM Inter-clan Swimming Carnival CLICK HERE