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High School Boys Football – Vienna

22 October 2014

The senior boys team travelled to Vienna ravaged by injury and academic commitment, but still performed admirably.

The first game saw us take on the International Christian School of Budapest, which they won 3.2. A very close fought game saw Jonas Scholl score two and Daniel Gough one.

 

We moved into our second game filled with confidence, and this was evident as we went 3.1 up against the International Christian School of Vienna. However, tiredness and lack of concentration saw them pull the score back to 3.3 until Daniel Gough came up with the heroics to win us the game 4.3 at the end.

 

The boys went into the final game knowing a win would secure the tournament, but a poor start and fatigue saw us struggle and lose 5.1 to QSI, a score that largely flattered them.

 

All in all the boys can be extremely proud of their performance, and going into the final tournament held in Bratislava in November with a complete squad, can be confident in winning the event.

 

Mr Lukas and Mr Richard