Sec­ondary col­lege staff and stu­dents bat­tle it out


Sec­ondary Col­lege re­cently went head to head with their teach­ers dur­ing their an­nual staff vs stu­dent net­ball game.

The teach­ers showed their sheer de­ter­mi­na­tion to keep up their win­ning streak against the stu­dents - they planned and than stu­dents to en­sure that they had a to­tal ad­van­tage.

The staff warmed up while stu­dents were to their dop­pel­ganger teacher that they dressed up as.

The Birken­stocks and high heels were re­placed with sneak­ers, how­ever, some stu­dents who were dressed as sports teach­ers were al­ready pre­pared.

gen­tle um­pir­ing skills.

Af­ter a few whis­tle blows for mis­con­duct, ev­ery­one kept their toes in line.

The teach­ers played phe­nom­e­nally well, and left the stu­dents in their dust, how­ever, as the fourth quar­ter drew to a close, so did the gap in the score.

teach­ers dom­i­nated the court once again.

The hard­est part of the game was en­sur­ing that you were cheer­ing on the right per­son – there were nu­mer­ous times where the dop­pel­gangers were mis­taken as their teach­ers.

Let’s just say (al­most with­out bias) that the teach­ers dom­i­nated the court, and well done to the par­tic­i­pants:

Teach­ers - Fish Thomp­son, Meagan Do­even, Bruce McInnes, James Tagli Howlett and Brad Friend played ex­cep­tion­ally well and very com­pet­i­tively.

Stu­dents – Tom Fraser, Will Christo Sladdin, James Gar­diner, Elyssa Hardi­man and many more gave the teach­ers a run for their money.

Well played year 12 stu­dents, but the teach­ers were vic­to­ri­ous on the day.

was: Teach­ers 11 d. Stu­dents 9.

OUT­DOOR FUN: Ken Cousins and James Gar­diner con­test for the ball.

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