Frank Drysdale Secondary Interschool Numero® Challenge

/Frank Drysdale Secondary Interschool Numero® Challenge
Frank Drysdale Secondary Interschool Numero® Challenge 2018-04-06T08:59:51+00:00

This is a competition that has been running in Western Australian secondary schools since 2007.  It grew out of the success of the primary competitions. A secondary event was not held in 2008, however since 2009 it has become an annual event.

Named after its creator, the Frank Drysdale Secondary Numero Challenge is a one off event each year and has remained relatively small but supported very loyally by a number of schools.  As more interest has been shown recently, it is being considered that perhaps the event will grow to two heats, followed a week later by a grand final.  Watch this space to see what this year holds, as any decision on 2018 will be made following a registration period.

Previous Winners
Prior to the current champions, previous winners included Carey Baptist College (the first five years of the event), St Stephen’s School Carramar (three victories) and Mercy College (one victory).

Edwina Forward Engraving
Like the primary competition, Edwina Forward Engraving (EFE) has supported this event since its inception, providing all our trophies without charge. EFE have been an amazing supporter of Numero®, and we truly appreciate our continuing association.

Secondary Interschool Numero® Challenge 2017
The 10th year of the Secondary Interschool Numero® Challenge was competed by 9 schools, which were (in alphabetical order) Carey Baptist College, Duncraig Senior High School, Ellenbrook Secondary College, Leeming Senior High School, Melville Senior High School, Mercy College, St Stephen’s School Carramar, Swan Valley Anglican Community School and Woodvale Secondary College.

Champions 2017

(1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively)

Winners: Mercy College

2nd Place: Mercy College

3rd Place: Leeming Senior High School

Winners: Mercy College

Mercy College were excited to bring the trophy back home for their second win, having won three years earlier.  Only three schools have ever won this event and Mercy now join the ranks of multiple winners!

This year’s competition was held at Woodvale Secondary College.

Second place was also taken out by Mercy College, with third going to Leeming Senior High School (their best ever result).

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