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Trinity/St Michael's Intercol, 2017

St Michaels Intercol

2017 Intercol Preview

The Trinity College / St Michael's College Intercol enters its fourth year and gains momentum with every meeting.  This annual event is a major point on the College sport calandar, made even more enjoyable by the excellent spirit in which it is played.

This year the Open Intercol is hosted by St Michael's, and six teams will travel down on Thursday afternoon to resume the tradition.  Five of those games count for Intercol points:  1st 18 football, Open A Basketball, 1st XI Boys soccer, Open Girls Soccer, and Open Girls Netball.  See below for the form guide and results:

1st 18 football

The 1st 18 will be looking to close off a competitive season with an upset win over div 1 St Michael's.  Despite a tough season for St Mick's, div 1 football in Adelaide is no joke and they will be battle-hardened.  Going 6-4 this season in division two, Trinity has played some excellent football at times and can compete with anyone on their day.  But with a few key injuries, witl they be strong enough to play at a division one level?

Selected team:  
Ah Matt-Lovett, Malachai (SNR12)
Barilla, Domenic (SNR11)
Beazleigh, Liam (SNR11)
Bennison, Henry (SNR12)
Carter, Joshua (SNR12)
De Ruvo, Domenic (SNR11)
Dimasi, James (SNR12)
Eichner, Daly (SNR12)
Fielke, Bailey (SNR11)
Hooker, Nicholas (SNR12)
Lehman, Nicholas (Nick) (BLA10)
Liddy, Mani (NOR10)
Mitchell, Lachlan (SNR11)
Mosey, Hamish (SOU10)
Motsi, Kudzaishe (Kudzi) (SNR11)
Nottle, Rory (SNR12)
Pearson, Jacob (SNR12)
Rathmann, Jay (SNR12)
Smit, Johannes (Hannes) (SNR12)
Symons, Billy (SNR11)
Thomson, Jakob (GAW10)
Walling, Alistair (GAW10)

Football Intercol 2017
Trinity 13.12 def  St Michaels 6.8

Goals: Ah Matt-Lovett 5, Lehman 4, Richard 2, Symons, Thomson 1

Best: Bennison, Hooker, Liddy, Smit, Walling

The contest was hot early with both teams fighting for control of the game. St Michaels skills were definately Div 1 level, but we matched it with them and put the pressure on with tackling and harrassing. The game opened up half way through the second quarter as we lifted our intensity, although we could not capitalise on the scoreboard kicking 6 behind, but still holding a narrow half time lead. Trinity put the foot down in the second half, dominating all around the ground. A 4 goal to none 3rd quarter set up what was our most complete performance for the year, with contributors on every line and hard running, heavy tackling a feature. Our hands in close stood out against the Div 1 side and allowed us to maintain possesion to set up multiple forward entries. In the end it was an easy victory and a great way for the squad to send off the Yr 12 boys and Coach in style. Well done lads on a memorable season.

1st XI soccer

The young Trinity team narrowly missed qualification for the State Finals but has been playing some high-qualify soccer in the re-vamped Wednesday night SAAS comp.  St Michael's and Trinity enjoy a rich history of epic soccer battles, and this game should be no different.  This looks to be the pick of the Intercol match-ups, featuring school soccer royalty.  Too tight to call.

Named team:
Vasilios Tryfopoulos
Phillip Cawood
Tobi Austin
Liam Edwards
Dylan Russell
Bradley Ballentine
Lucas Skirving
Blessing Nyemah
Bailey Bussenschutt
Isaac Robertson
Connor Mulligan
Jakob Johnston
Zac Vannucci
Dylon Johnston
Griffin Dean
Brodie Barrow

Soccer Intercol 2017

Final Score:
Trinity College 3 – 3 St Michaels College (St Michael's 5-3 on penalties)
Goal – Russell (2), Edwards
Best – Ballentine, Austin, Russell

This game lived up to the pre-game hype - it was another classic between two excellent teams.  
Trinity started very strongly with Russell taking the early lead. Edwards made it 2 shortly after with a very well taken free kick skimming in off the underside of the cross bar. Trinity were comfortably up 2-0 at the break.

The second half started in a similar fashion and Russell added to the tally to make it 3-0. Trinity then stopped playing and became too comfortable. Severe lapses in concentration by some gifted 2 quick goals to St MIchaels, before the equalised with a well taken feee kick. It could have been 4-3 in normal time but Tryfopoulos saved the penalty. 3-3 at the end of normal time.

This game was the decider based on the results elsewhere so the game was decided on penalties. We missed the First making it very hard to come back from. Lost 5-3 on penalties.

Trintiy Intercol Medallist:  Bradley Ballentine

Open A Basketball

St Michael's have an emerging core of talent coming through made up of several state team and NITP members who will compete all game.  Trinity won the state championship last week and are riding a wave of confidence that could drown them if they're not ready.  On paper, the senior-heavy Trinity team should be too strong, but stranger things have happened.

Named team:
Crook, Deklan (SNR12)
Cunningham, Ashaan (AJ) (SNR12)
Pearson, Benjamin (SNR11)
Roberts, Alexander (Alex) (SNR12)
Skuce, Bradley (SNR12)
Walsh, Hudson (SNR11)
Walsh, Jackson (SNR11)
Watts, Campbell (SNR12)

Basketball Intercol 2017

Trinity Open A Basketball team traveled down to St Michael's this week for the annual intercol competition and coming of a winning year for the state title, were hot favourites.
With some injuries and prior commitments, the Lions team went into the match slightly less than full-strength, however, sticking to their winning formula early, the boys were gearing to go in transition. The Trinity defensive positioning really made it tough for St Michael's to put points on the board, and with year 12 Campbell Watts racking up easy points in the paint, it wasn't long before the lead crept out to 30. St Michael's attacked the scoreboard a little more in the second half, with some sharp shooting from year 9 Toby Woolcock, but the continued offensive pressure from Trinity made things tough with solid plays from Skuce and Cunningham.
Eventually, the Lions lead blew out again, winning the match 79-37.

Match MVP Trinity- Campbell Watts
Match MVP St Michael's- Toby Woolcock

Open Girls soccer

For the first time ever, Trinity's girls have had a regular Saturday morning game, so rust should not be an issue.  They play Gleeson in the competition final this weekend but will be down several players due to injury.  Before that, however, an ever-talented St Michael's who are still in the finals mix in their Saturday morning comp awaits them.  Expect a tight match-up.

Named team:
Emma Raschella
Charli Philips
Jess Ridenti
Cheyenne Matthews
Isabelle Stimson
Olivia Matters
Emily Otterspoor
Emily Ielasi
Steph Ielasi
Alyssa Leopold
Nicola Frazzetto
Tarlee Meaney
Matika Hilliard-Faulkner

Soccer girls Intercol 2017

Trinity 0 def by St Michael's 2
Trinity Intercol Medallist:  Tarlee Meaney

Open Girls netball

Trinity's Open A netball recently won through to the state finals for the second year running.  It will be looking to consolidate its status and a tier-one netball school against perennial powerhouse St Michael's – never an easy task.  St Michael's have had an inconsistent year, going 4-3-1 in their Saturday morning competition, and making it past a couple of rounds of State KO, but one would be foolish to write this one off.  This one will be tight.

Selected Team:
Mia Liddy
Georgia Ashworth
Elise Weaver
Ally Suter
Lauren Paues
Natalie Ayris
Chelsea Langridge
Sarah McCarthy
Maddie Bloffwitch
Lisa Pridham
Tylor Olsson
Coach:  Carmen Gaskell

Netball Intercol 2017

2nd 18 football

The St Michael's 2nd XVIII Football team has had its most successful season in many years, going into its last game with 7 wins and 4 losses. They have, however, lost their last 3 games of the season. The boys will look to bounce back and finish the year strong against a Trinity team that has battled hard for a 7-4 record themselves.  Last year it was a blowout St Michael's win – has Trinity's depth improved enough?

Named team:
Shakeem Agius
Alexander Powell
Apec Erijok
Atem Atem
Caleb Armfield
Callum Lucyk
Camron Eldridge
Charlie Collins
Dane Smith
Daniel Wormald
Dylan Haynes
Jake Martin
Jay Goode
Jayden Wilson
Kon Thon
Leek Atem
Liam Beazley
Louis Kalleske
Matthew Schulz
Nathan Dempster
Phillip Cawood
Ryan Humphreys
Sean Ramsey
Stewart McRostie
Tony Ward
Tyler Mounsey
Tyler Winning
William Kuany

Football 2nd18 Intercol 2017
Trinity 4.3 def by St Michael's 14.13
Goalkickers- Dane Smith 2, Leek Atem 1 and Joshua Ebbs 1
BOG – Tyler Mounsey

Last year's results: 

Intercol history:

Year  Open A Basketball 1st 18 Football Open Netball 1st XI Soccer  Open Girls Soccer Intercol Champion 
2014 Trinity  St Michael's  Trinity  Trinity  Trinity 
2015   Trinity St Michael's  Trinity  Trinity   Trinity Trinity 
2016  Trinity  Trinity   Tie  St Michael's Trinity  Trinity 
2017   Trinity  Trinity St Michael's   St Michael's St Michael's    St Michael's

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