Yeah understand that, but I thought the Aloys rivals were Cranbrook? Isn't the whole 1st and last round thing this year meant to be 'the rival round'? I doubt CAS would do that just to suit Knox and Barker's calander. Before any Cranbrook boy corrects me I am well aware of their rivalry with Scots who are literally a stone's throw away from them, naturally a rivalry would occur here as it's plausible this could have started with an argument between two boys over their school fence. My point is focused within the CAS competition where a clear attempt is being made by the association to place emphasis on the fixtures of Barker v Knox, Trinity v Waverly, and Aloysius v Cranbrook. Whether this is in response to requests made by the schools, or an effort in actually creating new rivals between them i do not know, but i would think it to be the former.