Lions Cup Roars Into Action

The Brisbane Lions Cup for season boys kicks off on Tuesday March 6

March will see local state high schools take part in the annual Brisbane Lions Cup for senior secondary boys.

Starting next Tuesday at Yeronga, schools will play an initial qualifying day in a round-robin style format. Results will determine who progresses to either the Division Two or Three carnival days, to be played in May.

Open to all state high schools in the South East, the Lions Cup is the only opportunity for these senior secondary boys to play a full version (18-a-side) of the game in an interschool format.

2011 Division 3 defending champions, Corinda State High School, will be amongst the field of schools competing. Corinda defeated Centenary State High School last year in one of the most thrilling school grand finals seen in a long time, defeating the boys from Centenary by the slightest of margins.

No doubt Centenary will be seeking to go a step further in 2012, whilst newcomers Wynnum State High and Kenmore State High will also be keen to make a mark.

The draws look as follows:

10:00am Kenmore SHS v Shailer Park SHS
11:00am Kenmore SHS v Kedron SHS
12:00pm Kedron SHS v Shailer Park SHS

10:00am The Gap v Wynnum
10:00am Corinda v Wavell 
10:30am The Gap v Merrimac 
10:30am Centenary v Ferny Grove 
11:00am Wynnum v Wavell 
11:00am Corinda v Centenary 
11:30am Ferny Grove v Merrimac 
11:30am The Gap v Centenary 
12:00pm Wynnum v Corinda 
12:00pm Wavell v Ferny Grove 
12:30pm Wynnum v Merrimac 
12:30pm Wavell v Centenary 
1:00pm The Gap v Ferny Grove 
1:00pm Merrimac v Corinda

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