Last Wednesday night saw the final for this year's annual Rotary High School Debating Competition.
This year Canterbury College debated the Calvary Christian College for the trophy.  The topic for the debate was "That television affects intelligence", which provided both teams an ample opportunity to develop and present their arguments.  Ultimately Canterbury College triumphed.
A big congratulations to both teams for making the finals, and the other teams that made up the competition, including Trinity College whose team attended as spectators.
The competition has now been running for 10 years.  It is capably coordinated and run by Past President Gary Hollindale who is ably assisted by a great team of judges.
An enjoyable night was had by all.
PP Gary introducing the 2 teams
The team of judges without whom there would be no competition.