BTC hosted the regular Interschool sport competition on Sunday 31 May, taking on All Souls St Gabriels in rugby league and netball.
The 13’s boys went down to ASSG with Louie Johnstone selected as the Best and Fairest player for his team. With some of the 13’s players backing up for the 14’s team, they dug deep and scored a win 12-6. Best and Fairest player went to Jack Donaldson. Once again we had some 14’s backing up in the 15’s team which unfortunately went down to ASSG.
Good play by Mitch Fogarty and a try to John Pryke but it was Keto Bige who took away the Best and Fairest award. The 1sts game was a real nail biter to the end. Half time saw BTC up 6-0 after a run away try by Veau Godeau.
Second half saw BTC working hard to keep the ball down their end but an intercept by ASSG had the scores locked in at 6 all. Both teams worked hard to gain any extra points with BTC supporters cheering when Veau made a quick run through to gather the kicked ball. Good back up saw Fred Bulsey cross for a try only to have the ball called back to where it was ruled Veau was in front of the kicker…….but it was pretty play boys….the crowd loved it! The game ended with a draw 6 all. Great game boys. You can be proud of it. Best and Fairest went to Brodie Land.
Overall the netball teams had a good day. The 13’s games saw the BTC Blue team go down to ASSG 29-11 while the White team had a win 12-9 over ASSG. Best and Fairest for the White team was Tilona Ahmat and for the Blue team Jessie Miller. The 14’s continued on their winning streak defeating ASSG 29-8 with Annie Luckman receiving Best and Fairest.
The 15’s game was a nail biter in the last quarter. BTC held onto their lead to win 24-19. Best and Fairest went to Lauren Millett.The 2nds team had a great game to win 22-8 with Bridget Ginns Larkin winning the Best and Fairest. The 1sts team unfortunately went down to ASSG. Their first half saw too big a lead of 25-6 to catch. The second half of the game they played much better and only gave 11 points to the opposition while they scored 7. Best and Fairest was awarded to Zoe Krause.