After coming first in the Victorian RoboCup Competition, Leo Terray went to the RoboCup National competition which was held on 23-24 September 2017 at the UQ Centre at the University of Queensland.

He achieved first place in the ‘Secondary Rescue’ division. He learnt a lot of new things from this competition, not just technically but about problem solving as well. Leo also received great feedback from other competitors. This is a great achievement for Leo and is testament to his hard work and motivation in preparing for this competition.