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ROUND THREE UQIC QPSA SOCCER
MATCH REPORT: QPSA UNEARTH TALENT AND TEACH EDUATION/GEMS A LESSON.
QPSA’s soccer team returned to the winner’s soccer on Friday night with a gutsy 3-0 win over Education/GEMS. Our maroons struck success early when Boubaris found the back of the net soon followed by Vanags and Samios. Samios proved she was tough as nails after being repeatedly knocked over (all un-intentional) and got up each time. A goal to her in the dying minutes was a just reward for her efforts throughout the game making her QPSA’s Best on Ground. All the best for next Friday night, we all hope you can make it 2 from 2 on the trot!
Goals: Samios (1), Vanags(1), Boubaris (1)
Best on Ground: Samios
ROUND THREE UQIC QPSA NETBALL 1
MATCH REPORT: 6-0 IF YOU DON’T MIND, QPSA DEFEAT PSYCHOLOGY
When asked to name her pick for player of the match Jess Hawula couldn’t go past Glory-ann and neither could the Psychology netball team. A key player in QPSA’s defence line Glory-ann rarely has an off game and Friday night was no exception holding the opposition scoreless throughout the match. Up forward Linda was described by one team-member as the ‘missing piece (QPSA) needed’. Superb skills were on show and through repeated efforts against tough defence pharmacy came off with a 6-0 victory.
ROUND THREE UQIC QPSA NETBALL 2
MATCH REPORT: CHESS DISPENSE PHARMACY 13-3
QPSA netball 2 returned to full strength on Friday night coming up against a full strength Chemical Engineering team who look on track for finals. CHESS were dominant early taking QPSA by surprise. Jordan was a star once he moved to centre position but you wouldn’t know what position he was really playing? A source in the leadership group in Pharmacy 2 tells us that Jordan may have had a bit of trouble changing his bib mid game? QPSA finished strongly but couldn’t claw back the commanding lead CHESS built over the opening two quarters going down 13-3.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PHARMACY STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATED IN BRIDGE TO BRISBANE 2017.