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On Tuesday the 11th June the Intermediate Finals began. The finals being played involved the Year 10 Div 1 & 2 Football, Year 10 Soccer & Year 9 Soccer. Year 9 Football Grand Finals will be played on the Tuesday the 18th of June.
Year 10 Football Div 1 – St Bernard’s Vs Parade
Garvey Oval at Parade College was the location of this highly anticipated football game. Parade defeated St Bernard’s earlier in the year, and the teams haven’t met for a second time until this match up. St Bernard’s flew out of the blocks and didn’t let up for the entire match. St Bernard’s secured the premiership with a 61 point win.
PREMIERS – St Bernard’s (SBE 14.9.93 def. PAR 4.8.32)
Year 10 Football Div 2 – Emmanuel Vs Parade 2
Emmanuel College hosted the Div 2 football grand final against a strong Parade team. Emmanuel held the lead early and were able to maintain this for the entire game. A late surge from Parade wasn’t enough to steal the premiership. Congratulations to Emmanuel College the Football Div 2 Champions.
PREMIERS – Emmanuel (EMM 11.9.75 def. PAR(2) 9.3.57)
Year 10 Soccer – Mazenod Vs CBC
CBC took massive strides with their soccer advancing through to this final to take on Mazenod. An even sided game saw a 2-2 draw at the end of full time. the game went on to two 10 minute halves of extra time. Leading 3-2 in the last minute of the second half of extra time, CBC thought they had the premiership secured. A great strike from Mazenod even the score at 3-3 and sent it through to a penalty shootout. In a thriller penalty shootout CBC won the premiership defeating Mazenod on penalties 5-4.
PREMIERS – CBC (CBC 5 – MAZ 4) (Penalty Shootout)
Year 9 Soccer – Salesian Vs St Bede’s
Coming off a thrilling penalty shootout win the week before, St Bede’s were looking to continue their strong form. Salesian were unlucky to win this title in Year 7 and Year 8 so they were looking to redeem themselves. An early strike by Salesian in the first half gave them the 1-0 lead going into half time. Salesian pressed for another goal in the second half but great defending from St Bede’s continued to deny them. A wayward shot late to equalise the game, missed by centimetres and that had secured Salesian the premiership they had coveted for so long.
PREMIERS – Salesian (SAL 1 – SBM 0)