ICCES Winter Tour
On the last two days of Braemar’s Term Two, 120 students, 12 staff members, two old collegians and one parent travelled to Shepparton to compete in the ICCES Winter Sports Tour. After two full days of participating in what was a very close competition, Braemar finished in fourth place. Girton Grammar School and Bacchus Marsh Grammar finished the tournament in equal first place.
It was a fantastic competition, with all games being very competitive and played in great spirit. All of our Braemar students represented the College – and themselves – extremely well. This particular competition is always of a high standard and placing fourth is a fantastic result for the College; with a competition this close, it only takes a couple of games to change your team’s outcome!
A special thanks to all of the coaching staff who have held selections and training sessions throughout Term 2, along with the students and support staff who attended; it was a wonderful two day event.
Results are details below the slideshow.
Junior Boys – made it through to the Semi Final but unfortunately were beaten by Girton Grammar School.
Junior Girls – finished first after winning their Grand Final with an exciting shot on the final buzzer!
Senior Boys – finished in second place after losing the grand final to Bacchus Marsh Grammar by only three points.
Senior Girls – made it through to the elimination final but unfortunately were beaten by Girton Grammar School.
Junior Girls – finished Day 1 on top of the ladder but unfortunately lost a hard-fought second final to Goulburn Valley Grammar School on Day 2.
Intermediate Girls – finished Day 1 in third place but were knocked out by eventual winners, Highview, in the third final on Day 2.
Senior Girls – played hard and had some very competitive games early on but were unfortunately eliminated by the eventual winners, Girton Grammar School.
Junior Boys – The Junior Boys team were sitting in third place at the end of Day 1, however a final penalty shoot out saw them knocked out in a very competitive preliminary final on Day 2.
Senior Boys – Eventual champions, Girton, knocked out this team in the Semi Final after many hard-fought games throughout the competition.
Open Girls – Unfortunately our Open Girls team didn’t win any of their games throughout the competition but they should be commended for their resilience and endeavour, playing hard for the entire tour.
Senior Mixed – Unfortunately this team didn’t win any of their games throughout the competition but they should be commended for their resilience and endeavour, playing hard for the entire tour.