Seven schools vie for Co-Ed Cup at Dunedin tournament

Kavanagh College’s Cormac Kelly scores in the boys football as Bayfield High School goalkeeper...
Kavanagh College’s Cormac Kelly scores in the boys football as Bayfield High School goalkeeper Connor Cooper attempts to save the shot at the Logan Park Turf.
Madeline Simons (15), of Logan Park, looks for a player to pass to in the basketball competition...
Madeline Simons (15), of Logan Park, looks for a player to pass to in the basketball competition at the Edgar Centre. Trying to block the pass is Destiny Crawford (17) of Bayfield High School.
Bayfield High School’s Tony Lin stretches to play a shot in the badminton as Jack Campbell...
Bayfield High School’s Tony Lin stretches to play a shot in the badminton as Jack Campbell watches at the Bayfield Gym during the Co-ed Cup yesterday.
Logan Park High School’s Liam Black controls the ball as Tokomairiro players Nathan Davie, Meg...
Logan Park High School’s Liam Black controls the ball as Tokomairiro players Nathan Davie, Meg Clark and Morgan Lee defend, while Nic Clark watches during the mixed hockey at the McMillan Hockey Turf yesterday.

Seven co-ed secondary schools from around Otago contested the Co-Ed Cup in Dunedin yesterday.

The tournament has been held annually since 2011.

Netball, basketball, football, badminton and hockey were contested in various grades.

Bayfield High School won the overall cup for the first time.

Kavanagh College and Logan Park High School were tied for second.

PHOTOS: LINDA ROBERTSON

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