Off topic again, but I recently found out about Sri Lankan Schoolboy rugby.
Good stuff, impressed with the crowds, play, and coverage
Jeez I hope not but I wouldn't be surprised. I live in Seattle and work in the school system.
All schools are now shut down and won't be.
Apologies, I did not intend that to be a disparaging comment about facilities, more as a compliment about some of those characteristics you.
A little of topic, but I have always found it interesting how Catholic schools seem to be a bit more competitive and successful at sports in general,.
Crikey, I think the SAS have lower dropout rates.
Hard to say. Some good players coming through. NC, TSS and BBC probably have their 10's locked in. I don't think we will see any star.
I'm with you all the way. I'm just a little superstitious and no point firing up the opposition by underestimating them.
That was a good.
The Ippy number 8 looked dangerous and big last year as a 16 year old I think?
I think, and actually hope, some of us, myself included are already crowning next years champs or title game.
As a BBC old boy and a fairly long.
Disagree. They had a kicker who they considered best for the occasion. Just didn't work for them on the day, call it the yips or whatever.
Agreed about doubletake, their work is very much appreciated. But if someone can get the game out to a broader audience, good stuff I say,.
I couldn't read the story as I am too cheap to pay for it. Can somebody fill me in? Can't be imports straight into senior year and the 1st XV can it?.
So BBC have Taj Anann, Jack Howarth, and Gordon returning in the backs? That's an experienced and talented core of returning players. Players one.
He is back again? That is good news for the college. He was one of the hardest players to stop last year.[media]
How did the ladder end up in the 16As last year?
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