Room 1 · Bryher McKeown

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:30 PM S2019D9021 Class 9 St Michael's Collegiate 2 St Mary's College 1 That we should break unjust laws Affirmative win
7:30 PM 8:20 PM S2019D8026 Class 8 Rose Bay High School 1 St Michael's Collegiate 1 That it should be illegal for public servants to strike Negative win
8:20 PM 9:30 PM S2019DT023 Class 10 St Michael's Collegiate 2 St Mary's College 1 That activists should stay off the internet Negative win

Room 2 · Kelly Stone

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:20 PM S2019D8030 Class 8 Taroona High School 6 New Town High School 1 That students should not participate in school strikes for climate action Negative win
7:30 PM 8:20 PM S2019D8027 Class 8 The Friends' School 2 Taroona High School 3 That students should not participate in school strikes for climate action Affirmative win
8:20 PM 9:30 PM S2019DT018 Class 10 MacKillop Catholic College 1 Fahan School 1 That activists should stay off the internet Negative win

Room 3 · Reuben Mackey

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:30 PM S2019D9018 Class 9 Calvin Christian School 1 Taroona High School 1 That we should break unjust laws Negative win
8:20 PM 9:30 PM S2019DT024 Class 10 New Town High School 1 New Town High School 2 That social media is bad for democracy Affirmative win

Room 4 · John Hayton

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:30 PM S2019D9017 Class 9 The Friends' School 2 Taroona High School 3 That we should break unjust laws Negative win
7:30 PM 8:20 PM S2019D8023 Class 8 Taroona High School 4 Ogilvie High School 1 That students should not participate in school strikes for climate action Negative win
8:20 PM 9:30 PM S2019DT021 Class 10 Clarence High School 1 The Hutchins School 1 That biased digital media should be banned Negative win

Room 5 · Finlay McKeown · Elise Harrison (shadow)

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:30 PM S2019D9020 Class 9 New Town High School 1 Calvin Christian School 2 That we should break unjust laws Affirmative win
7:30 PM 8:20 PM S2019D8024 Class 8 St Michael's Collegiate 2 St Mary's College 1 That students should not participate in school strikes for climate action Affirmative win
8:20 PM 9:30 PM S2019DT017 Class 10 St Michael's Collegiate 1 The Friends' School 1 That biased digital media should be banned Affirmative win

Room 6 · Vivian Imbriotis · Paul Bobenhausen (shadow)

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:30 PM S2019D9015 Class 9 Taroona High School 2 The Friends' School 1 That we should break unjust laws Negative win by affirmative late forfeit
7:30 PM 8:20 PM S2019D8029 Class 8 Ogilvie High School 2 Taroona High School 1 That students should not participate in school strikes for climate action Negative win
8:20 PM 9:30 PM S2019DT020 Class 10 The Friends' School 2 St Aloysius Catholic College 1 That biased digital media should be banned Affirmative win

Room 7 · Kathryn Ellis · Aaron Woo (shadow)

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
8:20 PM 9:30 PM S2019DT019 Class 10 Taroona High School 2 Taroona High School 1 That biased digital media should be banned Affirmative win

Room 8 · Kristof Wing

Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:20 PM S2019D8025 Class 8 Taroona High School 5 The Friends' School 1 That it should be illegal for public servants to strike Negative win

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Start Finish Debate Grade Affirmative Negative Topic Outcome
6:30 PM 7:30 PM S2019D9019 Class 9 St Michael's Collegiate 1 Dominic College 1 That we should break unjust laws Affirmative win by negative forfeit
7:30 PM 8:20 PM S2019D8028 Class 8 The Hutchins School 1 Calvin Christian School 1 Advised subject: Activism and social change: strikes and protests Affirmative win by negative forfeit
7:30 PM 8:20 PM S2019D8021 Class 8 Taroona High School 2 Dominic College 1 Advised subject: Activism and social change: strikes and protests Affirmative win by negative forfeit