Published on: 10 May 2013

Senior School boys pulled on their house colours in Week 10 to compete in the House Winter Sports Carnival at McGillivray Oval. A new round robin format saw Moyes House jump from last place in 2012 to first place in 2013.

Assistant Director of Sport Drew McDonald said despite an un-Perth like light, misty rain drizzling throughout the morning, the boys remained relatively dry during the fun sports event in which the houses battled it out for Beatty Cup points in football, soccer (two divisions), handball, rugby and cross country.

The format of the carnival allows seniors boys to watch, encourage and support Years 7 to 9 boys during their games while juniors see the Years 10 to 12 in action.

The final overall result was Moyes, Noake and Romsey equal second, Hill, Craigie, Queenslea, Jupp and Wolsey. While the Moyes boys took out the cross country and rugby, Noake led the charge in the football and handball. Jupp won the soccer 1 and Romsey the soccer 2.

View the overall House Team results here or the Cross Country results here.

Photos by Anna Rowe