Amelia Meek | Netball Captain
We’re on to a winning formula this week! Both SCOTS 1 and SCOTS 2 won their games in the Warwick Town competition. Our SCOTS 1 played a close game against the Killara Cruisers but came out eventual winners with a score of 31-29. The team started well and although they let their lead slip in the second half, our girls fought hard to take back the game. Harriet displayed some great shooting while Rosemary and Siobhan worked hard to gain intercepts in defence.
The girls in the SCOTS 2 team had a great win against Howlers, 30-23. Despite being short a few players, which meant a lack of subs, our girls played hard and had a convincing win by 7 goals
Well done to both teams.
Georgia Rohde | Equestrian Captain
The dust is still settling on a fantastic weekend which saw the College host our very own SCOTS PGC event – and what a great success it was!
Our SCOTS PGC Equestrian Extravaganza kicked off last Friday at Morgan Park which included a weekend of various events showcasing all disciplines. We attracted nearly 120 riders from across the district which meant that our event was larger than the recent Darling Downs Interschool meet a couple of weeks ago.
Our entire team rode with excellence and showed great sportsmanship and pride for the College throughout the three days. It was fantastic to see so many riders competing for our school. Our team members were rewarded for their skills and achievement which saw us take out a number of prizes for both champions and reserves in the show horse, showman, show jumping, combined training and dressage events. We also placed very well in all the team events.
Running an event like this is a huge undertaking. The entire team would like to thank all the parents and staff who spent long, tireless hours in helping make the event the great success that it was. We are very grateful to be part of such a close knit community.