CANOBOLAS Rural Technology High School could be holding the CKC Cup Trophy up for the first time today.
The Orange school will travel to Bathurst to day to take on Kelso High in the final tie of the event.
Canobolas had a tight 45-43 win over Cowra in the first round last week.
On Tuesday this week Cowra accounted for Kelso.
Today’s round will decide the annual event’s winner.
Canobolas teacher Amanda Rouse said the kids were ready and keen.
“They’re all very excited,” Rouse said.
“Cowra beat Kelso so we need to go over there and play well. We need to contain Kelso and keep it close. The boys and girls are very pumped for this.”
The CKC Cup is an inter-school competition in its third year.
The schools compete in netball, touch football, T-Ball, softball, basketball, hocking, volleyball and football as well as debating.
Each sport is also divided into games for Years 7 and 8 sides, and Years 9 and 10 teams.
Canobolas will be eager to be competitive in the boys’ Years 9 and 10 basketball after they downed Cowra 50-11 last week.
The Orange school also expects to test Kelso in touch football.
“Kelso have good volleyball teams so we need to contain them,” Rouse said.
“There’s a few timetable clashes so we might not have the same kids in the same teams as last time but the kids who have come in to the sides will be very good.”
Rouse said Canobolas will have a full team of students going to Bathurst for today’s clash.