BOSSLEY Park High School students will compete at the State Boccia Championships this month after coming up trumps at the regional level.
The school did battle against teams from Broderick Gillawarna and Preston high schools.
Bossley Park's six student team included Aiden Miller, Jessica Tiata, Domenic Ferris, Sydny Bencic, Sophie Ly, and Bounthaly Keovongsack.
Boccia is a competitive sport that requires a lot of skill and good judgment.
The aim of the game is to roll the boccia, a four-and-a-half inch ball, as close as possible to the jack (the white ball) which is rolled onto the court at the beginning of the game.
For the regional knockout, three players take to the court at a time, with the other three serve as reserves.
The Bossley Park team only needed to score one point during its last game to proceed to the next level as it has notched up a 7-0 score in its previous match.
"I'll tell you what, the way they played the other day, you'd have thought they would have been practising every day," said Mr Mark Apps, head teacher of the Support Unit.
Player, Jessica Tiata, said boccia was a sport for kids with disabilities.
"We enjoy playing sports as well and to show that anyone can play sports," she said. "It doesn't matter whether you can't move, are in a wheelchair or use a walker."