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CAS Rugby 2009

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by The Chosen, May 2, 2009.

  1. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    As previously noted the CAS Premiership will this year move to a 10 Round `Home & Away' schedule- the first round commences next Saturday.
    All CAS Schools participated in trials today- no details yet,excepting:

    * Knox 43 Oakhill 0
  2. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    Other CAS Scores as noted in today's SMH:

    Trinity 26 St.Pats Strathfield 19
    Stannies 20 Barker 0
    St.Pius 27 Aloys 15
    Cranbrook 24 St.Andrews 13

    No score given for St.Augustines vs Waverley however I note that on Sportal it is indicated Augustines thrashed Waverley to the tune of 37-12?. Bit of a turn-up considering Waverley had beaten Riverview a week ago.
  3. Lee Grant John Eales (66)

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    Wow and wow - and we sometimes denigrate IAS, don't we?
  4. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    The 1st Round match-ups for this coming Saturday are:


    * St.Aloysius vs Cranbrook @ Willoughby

    * Barker vs Trinity @ Hornsby(Barker)

    * Waverley vs Knox @ Queens Park
  5. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    Only result known to date is:

    Knox 17 Waverley 12.

    Frankly Knox did not play well- flyhalf Moss overplayed his hand and did not let the backline flow.
    Waverley scored first from an intercept and led 7-5 at half-time.
    Knox scored an excellent try from a rolling mall 10 minutes into second half and sealed win with a beautiful backline move- fullback Cannon going over in corner.
    Not a pretty win but to win at Queens Park first-up is a good effort.
    Waverley don't appear to have a lot of depth. They lost every Open game and were beaten in the 16As 45-0.
  6. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    The other results for yesterday were:

    Trinity 34 Barker 10

    St.Aloysious 32 Cranbrook 0
  7. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    Matches for Round 2, this coming Saturday are:

    * Cranbrook vs Barker

    * Knox vs Trinity

    * Waverley vs Aloys

    (Home teams listed first)
  8. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    Knox 39 defeated Trinity 24 @ Knox 1.

    Knox led 22-0 before defensive lapses let Trinity in for 2 soft tries prior to half-time. It should be noted that Knox had 5 changes from the team that beat Waverley the week before. A couple coming back from injury and it appears the Coaching panel still experimenting. With the lead @ 39-12 mid-way thru 2nd half, another 4 players were subbed and again Trinity took advantage to run in a couple of other tries.

    I understand Waverley 32 defeated Aloys 27 in a close tussle.
  9. The Chosen Fred Wood (13)

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    Well not sure how many games played today due to several days of rain in Sydney.
    Never a doubt that the Knox-Barker game would go on- Knox 1 must be just about the best wet-weather ground in Sydney. They played continually from 9.00 AM on it and the ground looked a picture for 1st XV kick-off @ 3.15.

    Knox 36- Barker 7. Knox way too classy for Barker- the latter had difficulty executing the simple things in the backs. As per the previous week, Coach Ardron (Knox)subbed about 5-6 players mid-way thru 2nd half.

    Unfortunately I am going to be away for next 6+ weeks & won't be able to provide CAS updates. :)
  10. Double V

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    I'll take over mate haha

    Fixtures After Round 3:

    Knox 36 - Barker 7
    Waverley 26 - Cranbrook 18
    Trinity 17 - Aloys 12

    Table After Round 3:

    1. Knox 6 ( +49 )
    2. Trinity 4 ( +10 )
    3. Waverley 4 ( +8 )
    4. Aloy's 2 ( +22 )
    5. Cranbrook 2 ( -32 )
    6. Barker 0 ( -62 )
  11. Double V

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    CAS team announced:

    CAS 1's:
    1. J. Wallace (Waverley)
    2. E. Messara (Knox)
    3. S. Talakai (Waverley)
    4. B. Hodge (Waverley)
    5. J. Reid (Knox)
    6. H. Alexander (Knox)
    7. S. Goodman (Barker)
    8. T. Priddis (Aloysius)
    9. N. Stirzaker (Knox)
    10. J. Rowland (Aloysius)
    11. M. Lee (Trinity)
    12. E. Moss (Knox)
    13. T. Kingston (Aloysius)
    14. H. Nemeth (Barker)
    15. C. Wakim (Waverley)

    CAS 2's:
    1. S. Sio (Trinity)
    2. J. Slaven (Aloysius)
    3. W. Borzak (Knox)
    4. R. Marais (Waverley)
    5. S. Reid (Knox)
    6. M. Brown (Cranbrook)
    7. J. Alexander (Trinity)
    8. U. O'Sullivan (Trinity)
    9. W. Thompson (Aloysius)
    10. W. Fay (Cranbrook)
    11. B. Cannon (Knox)
    12. A. Anderson (Waverley)
    13. L. O'Hare (Aloysius)
    14. T. Duncan (Aloysius)
    15. J. Cotton (Cranbrook)


    Results After Round 4:

    Aloys 25 - 21 Knox
    Waverley 51 - 5 Barker
    Trinity 29 - 5 Cranbrook

    Tables After Round 4:

    1. Waverley 6 ( +54 )
    2. Knox 6 ( +45 )
    3. Trinity 6 ( +34 )
    4. Aloy's 4 ( +26 )
    5. Cranbrook 2 ( -56 )
    6. Barker 0 ( -108 )
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    CAS 1's Vs. CHS 1's

    CAS 19-0 CHS

    CAS 2's Vs. CHS 2's

    CAS 22-28 CHS
  13. eddo Larry Dwyer (12)

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    Appreciate the update lads.

    The last time I saw a CAS game - Cameron Sheppard was at 15 and I said,
    "F#2k I hate that kid, I hope he goes no where.."

    This is why I don't gamble.
  14. Double V

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    Results After Round 5

    Waverley 48 - 15 Trinity
    Knox 62 - 7 Cranbrook
    Barker 20 - 17 Aloys

    Table After Round 5:

    1. Knox 8 (+110)
    1. Waverley 8 (+87)
    3. Trinity 6 (+1)
    4. Aloys 4 (+23)
    5. Barker 2 (-105)
    6. Cranbrook 2 (-111)
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    Waverley 10-10 Knox
    St. Aloysius 18-7 Cranbrook
    Trinity 5-0 Barker

    Points Table


    Waverley 9
    Knox 9
    Trinity 8
    Aloysius 6
    Cranbroook 2
    Barker 2
  16. Lee Grant John Eales (66)

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    Apart from 7. Goodman, who are the gun CAS players to watch in the upcoming rep games?
  17. eddo Larry Dwyer (12)

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    Also,.. those teams look a little like they're picked to make sure everyone gets an even representation. Knox and Waverly have big pts differences but only one back in firsts? I dunno,.. it just looks a little to nicely spread, no?
  18. Double V

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    CAS 1's:
    1. J. Wallace (Waverley)
    2. E. Messara (Knox)
    3. S. Talakai (Waverley)
    4. B. Hodge (Waverley)
    5. J. Reid (Knox)
    6. H. Alexander (Knox)
    7. S. Goodman (Barker)
    8. T. Priddis (Aloysius)
    9. N. Stirzaker (Knox)
    10. J. Rowland (Aloysius)
    11. M. Lee (Trinity)
    12. E. Moss (Knox)
    13. T. Kingston (Aloysius)
    14. H. Nemeth (Barker)
    15. C. Wakim (Waverley)

    Talakai is a great ball runner and has the hands of a Flyhalf, big Islander who has played CAS Representative Opens Rugby for 3 years now.

    You already know Goodman by the looks of things.

    The 9, Stirzaker is a real livewire. Great acceleration from the ruck and is a real leader.

    The two centres Moss and Kingston are also great talents, especially Kingston. Give him the ball and he can work wonders. Possibility for Oz Schoolboys.

    Wakim single-handedly tore up CHS a few weeks back. Great running game.

    Although the table doesn't look it and neither does a few scorelines, the competition is extremely even. Barker or Cranbrook (5th and 6th placed) on a good day can knock off Waverley and Knox. Its a good thing in my opinion.
  19. Lee Grant John Eales (66)

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    Thanks DV; I'll watch those guys.

    I don't recall if I welcomed you on board - or not; so welcome aboard.
  20. Double V

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    Thanks mate - Sportal got a bit too ridiculous.

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