TOO QUICK: TCC schoolgirls player Arwa Gulf-Waterton charges through with the ball while team mates Vera Duncan shephards on the left and Lucy-Anne Coutts supports on the right. Photo Melanie Plane / The Morning Bulletin
TOO QUICK: TCC schoolgirls player Arwa Gulf-Waterton charges through with the ball while team mates Vera Duncan shephards on the left and Lucy-Anne Coutts supports on the right. Photo Melanie Plane / The Morning Bulletin Melanie Plane

TCC girls go from fourth to locking in grand final win

THE Cathedral College climbed from fourth position on the ladder this week to lock in premiership glory in the Rockhampton Schoolgirls' Aussie Rules grand final.

Despite only just scraping into the finals and facing the toughest team in the competition on Wednesday afternoon, TCC schoolgirls Aussie rules squad kicked their way through the semi and into the grand final, before securing the ultimate glory.

TCC coach Michael Rose was very pleased with his side's performance and said he had not expected the victory.

"I was a bit shocked, we only just scraped into the finals and faced Rockhampton Grammar School who were at the top of the ladder in our semi-final," Rose said.

"We won by about three goals then went on to defeat Rockhampton Girls Grammar by about seven goals in the grand final."

TCC will now go onto play the winner of the Gladstone schoolgirls competition.



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