Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by RugbyHd, Aug 11, 2018.
Things are close here 34 plays 24
34/24. Trinity in this. Barker a man down but own worst enemy
22- 5 at Death Valley...
@WLF famous last words, not looking like Waverley in contention this year - shame they are extremely overhyped in this forum and their supporters spreading false information.
Alos are always dangerous
FULL TIME. 22-5 Aloysius win!
37/24 FT here. Terrible 2nd half
baahahaha a true underdog story waverly go down to aloys 22-5, #aloysforcas
So two rounds in it’s Barker on two wins, Waverley on none, everyone else on one. It’s Barker in the box seat, Waverley out of contention unless every other result falls it’s way - and it’s now safe to say that anyone can beat anyone. Seriously interesting competition.
Someone write a film script ha ha
As an old Aloys 1st xv player I got great pleasure reading the score here today particularly given all the banter regarding Aloys this week LOL. I rely on you guys as I live in Melbourne and can’t make the games.Thanks for the continued updates.
The CAS selections get interesting. This Trinity side is good. They will give Cranbrook , Knox and Waves a real game.
Sonny Dill Williams.. REVEAL YOURSELF!
WLF/SDW - commiserations.
One can only assume the Waverley boys are just as battered/bruised/injured as the Knox boys are after last weeks efforts.
For me, I am now Waverleys #1 supporter for the rest of the season.
Full time at Hordern.
Knox win 6th’s, 5th’s, 4th’s and 3rd’s.
Knox 3rd’s making up for their 1st’s/2nd’s last night with great enthusiasm and support play. Final score, Knox 50-7.
Wow that is an upset.
Complacency?! wlf.. what happened? I was at Bellevue hill
Either way very good for aloys.. and good for cas comp
so much as I am disappointed as a Waverley supporter
However a lesson to be learnt .for future Waverley teams
and full credit to Aloys . maybe brains over brawn
Some footage of Cranbrook's win yesterday. Missed the start and some other bits; hard to record with limited light [plays havoc with focus etc].
FULL credit to Aloys, they played with all heart and well and truly deserved to win.
The Waves were poor again, I really can't find the words after their strong showing against the GPS schools.
For once I am gobsmacked but as many have previously pointed out, in school boy rugby things can happen.
I can now certify that.
I’m sure it felt good. As a Cranbrook OB I feel we cop more than our fair share of banter too.
Good on Aloys, great result. No one picked it.
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