It was a term of upsets for the ISO sporting calendar across all sports as no college was able to defend their 2013 title. This term saw B&G, Griffin and Burgmann gaining victories whilst in an abnormality Johns XXIII failed to win a single sport all term.
Griffin domination of Female soccer in recent times had placed them as red-hot favorites to take out the competition again this year and without losing a single match in the lead up to the grand final they seemed on song to again be crowned champions. Yet a determined Burgmann side had something to say about that and a determined effort lead by Woman of the match Nikola Orgill saw Burgmann cause the upset of the season and claim the female soccer title. Fenner scored in extra time to claim third against a valiant B&G side.
In the men it was B&G who survived a tense penalty shootout in the semi-final and a resilient Fenner side to claim the Mens game 2-1. In a scrappy affair Elliot Lovell proved to be the difference with a man of the match performance in the midfield and Bugmann secured third place by defeating Johns 1-0.
Netball saw another upset but this time Griffin were the ouster and not the ousted. In one of the tightest grand finals this year Griffin hung on against a strong Johns side to claim victory by three in a thrilling game.
The AFL grand final was a bit more clear cut with Burgmann running riot over Johns to reclaim the title they lost in 2013.
Term 4 sees the battle for the sports shield heat up with a jammed packed sports calendar. Atheltics, Cricket, Touch and Road Relay will all feature, be sure to talk to your sports reps about exact times and dates.
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