Toowoomba Grammar School

Monthly Archives: March 2020

Cricket – Round 7 wrap

Dear Cricket Community,

Handshakes were exchanged for first pumps and verbal acknowledgements as honours were shared (9-9) in our Round 7 clash with Brisbane State High School.

It was our Year 9 cohort who stole the show, clean-sweeping BSHS 3 matches to 0. 9A were victorious against previously unbeaten opposition by 29 runs, while 9B won a cliff hanger by 2 wickets with 4 balls remaining and 9C were at their clinical best dismantling State High by 127 runs. For all full match reports, please click here.

Individually there were some excellent achievement across our 18 fixtures with BSHS. Please see below:

Will Slack-Smith (7A) – 69 off 52 not out

Connor Walker (8A) – 65 off 39 balls

Pat Savill (9B) – 3 for 6 off 4 overs and 26 off 22 balls

Fletcher Russell (9A) – 52 off 55 ball not out

Callum Galvin (10A) – 1 for 13 off 6 overs and 77 runs off 83 balls

George Wunsch (2nd XI) – 51 off 37 balls

Please click links for For My Cricket Batting and Bowling Leaderboards.

 

This weekend we are scheduled to play BBC in our Round 8 clash. As communicated earlier, all Cricket training and games will proceed as scheduled. Any further correspondence will come from School Executive.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Ben Schuhmacher

Director of Cricket

 

 

Pink Stumps Fundraiser Update

Dear Cricket Community,

Thank you for your support thus far for our Pink Stumps Round against Nudgee College.

Our current total sits at $799. We will leave the fundraiser link open for another 48 hours. Fingers crossed we can reach our target of $1000.

Please click the TGS Pink Stumps Page to make a donation.

Yours sincerely,

Ben Schuhmacher

Orienteering: Bush Orienteering this Sunday – entries close Wednesday night

Dear Gents

The first Bush OY https://oq.orienteering.asn.au/orienteer-of-the-year event is being run by Boulder Bounders (the Warwick club). Details below. NOTE: Pre-enter and Pre-pay only by WEDNESDAY night. Note – if you would like to enter this event and have any difficulties registering through Eventor, let me know. You should pay member fees as TGS is a member of Queensland Orienteering.

Best wishes
Mrs Nottle

Cricket – Round 6 wrap

Dear Cricket Community,

Saturday, 7 March saw our 1st XI and Year 7, 9 and 11 teams make the bus trip north to Brisbane to take on Nudgee College in what was our annual Pink Stumps Round. Pink boundary lines, pink stumps, pink balls and plenty of pink zinc were on show as both schools aimed to raise $1000 for the McGrath Foundation. For those still wanting to donate to this fantastic cause, click here.

The TGS 1st XI were defeated by 23 runs in a contest which had many swings and roundabouts, while overall TGS had an 11 win, 9 loss return over Nudgee College.

After 6 rounds 7D, 8B, 8C and our 4th XI remain undefeated. Congratulations to players and coaches of these sides and best of luck for the final 3 rounds.

Individual highlights from Round 6 include:

Charles Lachmund (7A) – 3 for 11 off 4.2 overs and 27 runs

Campbell Gourley (8C) – 4 for 7 off 2 overs and 28 off 17 balls

Cooper Webster (8A) – 3 for 25 off 8 overs and 30 runs

Archer Black (9A) – 3 for 20 off 4 overs

Sam Anderson (11A) – 69 not out off 30 balls

Nicholas Boyce (3rd XI) – 2 for 17 and 26 off 12 balls

George Wunsch (2nd XI) – 61 runs off 59 balls

Hamish McLeod (2nd XI) – 4 for 32 off 8 overs

Dan Brown (1st XI) – 4 for 27 off 8 overs

Congratulations to all Cricketers.

This weekend we take on Brisbane State High School and I would like to wish all players the very best of luck.

Train hard and rip in!

Yours sincerely,

Ben Schuhmacher

Director of Cricket

 

Orienteering this Sunday at TSHS

Hello gents
Well done to those who participated in the OY at Gatton last Sunday, particularly Cas as this was his first OY event. And I will say, I am very impressed with the Schubert’s who managed to run Peak to Park prior to coming to Gatton.

There is one more sprint before we get into the bush season – Toowoomba SHS, Stuart St on Sunday 8 March. Starts from 3.30pm. Parking is in Stuart St, with a couple of parks inside (turn right after going in the gate).

Event – Toowoomba SHS
Organiser – Range Runners Orienteering Club
State – Orienteering Queensland
Date – Sunday 8 March 2020 at 15:30 EST
Event classification – Club event
Race distance – sprint
Punching system – Sportident
Class information – Very Easy 1km, Easy 1.3km, Short 1.8km, Long 2.5km

Enter online – https://eventor.orienteering.asn.au/Events/Show/9665 – or email me and I will do it for you. Remember that all TGS students are members of O! and should pay member rates.

Best wishes
Mrs Nottle

Cricket – Round 5 wrap

Dear Cricket Community,

Round 5 returned mixed results as we took on Cricket heavyweight, The Southport School. Of 20 matches, we were victorious in 9.

There were some extremely impressive team and individual performances throughout the round.

We have 5 sides who maintained their unbeaten start to the season (7D, 8B, 8C, 8D and 10A). Most impressively were the performances of 10A who bowled out TSS for 65 and chased the total with 8 wickets in hand (Paarth Menon making an impressive 41 not out). Our 8B side were also ruthless, skittling TSS for 21 in tough batting conditions.

Individually it was Year 12 student who stole the show, taking 7 for 16 off 6 overs for our 2nd XI on the Gold Coast, while in our 5A contest, it was Alby Gailbraith who dominated with 2 for 2 off his 2 overs and 20 not out. These boys recorded a 19 run victory over TSS.

For match reports, click here.

Click here for My Cricket Batting Leaderboards and My Cricket Bowling Leaderboards. Please note these are subject to scores being inputted.

This weekend we take on Nudgee College in our annual Pink Stumps round. Given the nature of this weekend, it will be expected that boys contribute a gold coin throughout the day. There will also be pink merchandise available from the canteen and donation buckets will make their way around the grounds. Please give generously!

Thank you all – 4 big rounds to finish the season.

Yours sincerely,

Ben Schuhmacher

Director of Cricket