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Beatty Cup competition

  1. Competition takes place in a number of activities, grouped into six areas: Swimming , House Arts (Debating Public Speaking and Chess, Teams Carnival: Soccer, AFL, Handball, Frisbee), Cross-country, House Shout and Athletics
  2. Each activity is governed by its own set of rules.
  3. Individual activity’s results are scored on a 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 basis (8 points to the winning House etc, etc.) and these are added to determine the “Champion House” in each area. The Champion House in each area receives a shield.
  4. The winner of the Beatty Cup is determined by adding, in a similar manner, the points for each area. Each area contributes equally to the overall result.

Recent winners of the Beatty Cup

1993 : Romsey 1994 : Queenslea
1995 : Romsey 1996 : Hill
1997 : Romsey  1998 ; Moyes
1999 : Romsey 2000 : Romsey
2001 : Romsey / Hill 2002 : Queenslea
2003 : Craigie 2004 : Wolsey
2005 : Craigie 2006 : Craigie
2007 : Noake 2008 : Wolsey
2009 : Hill 2010 : Noake
2011 : Hill 2012 : Jupp
2013 : Moyes 2014 : Craigie
2015 : Hill 2016 : Romsey
2017 : Moyes 2018: Craigie
2019: 2020:

Eagling Cup

The Eagling Cup is presented annually to the House which has the best record in academic work.

  1. Every boy in the House contributes to the final result through effort or achievement of grades.
  2. Year group points for each House are determined from the year group average using a 1 to 8 point scale.
  3. The sum of the year group points is determined each term and the House with the highest score over three terms is declared the winner.

Recent winners of the Eagling Cup

1993 : Wolsey 1994 : Craigie
1995 : Craigie 1996 : Hill
1997 : Wolsey 1998 : Hill
1999 : Wolsey 2000 : Hill
2001 : Romsey 2002 : Romsey
2003 : Wolsey 2004 : Wolsey
2005 : Wolsey 2006 : Wolsey
2007 : Hill 2008 : Hill
2009 : Wolsey 2010 : Romsey
2011 : Wolsey 2012 : Hill
2013 : Hill 2014 : Noake
2015 : Hill 2016 : Wolsey
2017: Hill 2018: Hill
2019: 2020: