Scots PGC qualify for three cup grand finals
RUGBY UNION: Scots PGC College will be aiming to be the first school to win the Darling Downs Super Schools Cup when they play in three grand finals at Highfields Sport and Recreation Centre on Wednesday afternoon. .
Scots PGC have made the playoff between first and second in the match of the day for Year 11-12 students at 7pm.
The Warwick-based school will play Faith Lutheran College from Plainland.
Warwick Water Rats player Anthony Savovski will coach the Scots PGC team which lost only one game during the five weeks of fixtures.
They went down to grand final opponents Faith Lutheran College in the last minute of the game last Wednesday.
Scots PGC gap student Jeremy Beyleveld is assistant coach.
In the Year 9-10 grand final at 6pm, Scots PGC will play Our Lady of the Southern Cross from Dalby. Scots PGC is coached by Cahal Davis and Vlad Savovski.
The first grand final at 5pm for Year 7-8 students will be against Toowoomba Anglican College/Mary McKillop Catholic College, Highfields.
Jonathon Fender and Scott Stretton are the Scots PGC coaches for the early game.
The first games in the competition were at Highfields and the grand finals will be played in the same town.
More than 240 students, some from non-rugby-playing schools, took part in a competition which is expected to attract more schools next year.
Teams will also play off for third on field two at Highfields and girls' sevens rugby will be played on field three.