Achieving Sporting and Academic Success

Trey Kemp has just completed year 11 at Brisbane Grammar School (BGS) and is about to embark on his final school year in 2013.

During 2012 Trey has represented BGS in the Firsts Rugby Union team who won this year’s GPS 1st XV Rugby competition, as well as the BGS Volleyball team in the Australian Volleyball Schools Cup in Melbourne.

Trey was also selected to represent Queensland in Rugby Union at the National U16 Championships where they placed 3rd.

Through his impressive performance at the National Championships, Trey was then selected to join the Australian Rugby Union National Gold Squad which is a development program for approximately 90 U16-U18 players across the nation.

As well as his sporting performances, Trey has managed to balance his academic commitments to ensure a strong start to his senior education.

The maturity and leadership he has displayed in his commitment to both sports and study has also been recognised by BGS in appointing him the Vice-Captain of Harlin House (Boarding).

We congratulate Trey on his numerous achievements this year, especially his vice-captaincy and wish him all the best for another great year in 2013.


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