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OC achieves Overall Champion School status


rmiston College has always been a very competitive school within the TAS competition. In 2013, the College proudly became the TAS Champion School for the very first time. From then on, the strong desire to hold on to the title has been uppermost in the minds of all teams.

The win in 2013 was buoyed-on to bring about a second consecutive championship win in 2014. Having made the double, the possibility of a ‘hat trick’ in 2015 motivated every

player; experiencing a great season yet losing by one ladder position was disappointing.

The 2016 season was an important one for Ormiston College, who really wanted to take back its championship status. The Trimester 3 final round was in our favour. Not only did we succeed with 20 wins and a loss of only three, but the result of all other matches in

the competition allowed us to achieve our ultimate goal. Ormiston College was named the 2016 Overall Champion School for the third time; a historic occasion cherished by all players.

The ranking of each of the 12 trimester sports are combined to decide the Champion School. Ormiston College was the convincing winner by four ranking positions, which is a far greater winning margin than the one ladder position achieved by the 2015 winners. A sensational outcome for the triumphant Ormiston College Redbacks.


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