On Thursday 23rd August, our college had 38 students participate in the third and final Regional Chess Tournament for Far North Qld. It was the highest participation for any FNQ tournament in history with 373 students in primary and secondary involved.
Our students played seven games during the whole day and displayed great skill and sportsmanship.
Many students participated for the first time and all gained valuable experience and learned how to improve in their chess playing.
This is always an opportunity to provide our students with experience playing against other students from various schools in the district and all we ask is for everyone to do their personal best and to learn something from the process.
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