St Andrew’s College has claimed all four cups in this year’s Intercol competition, marking the second time in three years that this has been achieved. The Rawson, Rosebowl, University and Palladian Cups illustrate the immense talent, pride and commitment our men and women display throughout the year in various extracurricular fields.
The College wrapped up the Intercol competitions with confidence, winning the final Palladian event (Ensemble Drama) and the final Rawson and Rosebowl events (Athletics).
Last night, India Cordony, Nick Jackman and Xander Jackman were awarded first place in the Ensemble Drama for their performance of a Reduced Shakespeare Company’s version of Romeo and Juliet. Our second entry, a new work with a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the lives of Play School hosts (played by Angus Trenerry, Samantha Bear and Jock Lehmann) was also highly entertaining. There was a high standard all around from each college.
The final scores for both Rawson and Rosebowl can be found on the Sydney University Sport and Fitness Intercollegiate page here. Andrew’s man Matt Dowsett attained the most individual points for the College in the Rawson Athletics.
Congratulations to all Andrew’s men and women – whether competing in an event or providing valuable support from the sidelines, your efforts have combined to bring a sensational result to the College once again.