The Alamanda RoboCup team went to Melbourne University on the 15th of August to compete in the State Finals against 48 other teams. The team had practised and gone over the code many times to ensure that the robot worked smoothly. There were heaps of people in the hall for the competition. There were many tracks for the Rover Rescue, in different levels. The team were competing in the Riley Rover Rescue and was very successful, ending up 6th in the final rankings. The robot was almost flawless throughout the entire competition, and even though the team didn’t come in the top three, for competing for the first time up against countless schools that had competed for for years, 6th is a pretty good outcome. Congratulations to the Alamanda Power Rangers!