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CAS Rugby 2016

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by Hugh Jarse, Aug 8, 2015.

  1. MrTallTimber Stan Wickham (3)

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    As good as the footy has been over this CAS Season. I don't think you can underestimate the quality of the sausage sizzles provided by these schools. Absolutely first class.
    Most Valuable Sausage Sizzle - Trinity Grammar School
    Best Value Snag - Knox Grammar School
    Best Cooks - Barker College
    Best Sauce Variety - Waverley College
    Most Improved Snag w/bacon - Cranbrook School
    Sadly, St. Aloys College has been well below the standard of snags not picking up an award this year.
  2. Backline_Move Banned

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    The highlight for me has been the Cranbrook sausage sandwich this year and it all comes down to the quality of the bread.

    They have a top notch Baker down there producing some fine products.

    Knox always uses two pieces of Coles variety bread. Time to up their game!
  3. redblack Ted Fahey (11)

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    Look forward to seeing you volunteer your efforts to improve things with the Black and Blue committee next year..
  4. MrTallTimber Stan Wickham (3)

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    I've heard rumours that the Green and White Rugby Committee have found space within their budget to fund Wonder White bread. This should enhance their snags and will most likely result in retaining their Most Valuable Sausage Sizzle Award.

    Barker and Knox both have chefs in training. Maybe a contender for 'Most Improved w/bacon' for next season.
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  5. Snort Banned

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    "reports are circling out of Cranbrook that young Oscar May in yr10 will make his 1XV debut this weekend"

    Yes, May has been picked to start at 6. But Cranbrook has a huge injury list. But for injury, the starting line-up this week might have included Kemeny, Stewart, Stenmark, Crammond, Burston, Pilton, Broekhuisen and maybe others who are out. It's hard to see them getting up over Trinity tomorrow, especially if Wayland will be back.
  6. Backline_Move Banned

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    I have many times in my years, and will again next year.
  7. diggerz donald Bob McCowan (2)

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    Dr Diggerz Tips for the weekend:

    Knox to win convincingly over st aloys, which will be a shame for the yr12 aloys boys going down in a tough loss

    Waverley to win with convivtion over the Barker boys, and just to add to it i hear the hooker coghill is out as well

    For the upset of the week i'm going to go with Cranbrook over Trinity in a tight contest that will see d.searl and e.renton have their best games of the season and will ultimately be the difference between the two teams

    Good luck to the boys in their last round of rugby for their school this weekend
  8. Good Footy 5 Frank Row (1)

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    I have heard the rumours and can confirm that Wonder White Bread has "a natural high flour secret ingredient to increase natural taste whilst maintaining it's soft texture" and that's why school kids around Australia manage to extract all the high fibre, great tasting goodness. It will be interesting to see which schools can utilise this going into the 2017 season.
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  9. WavesToWin Chris McKivat (8)

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    I've said it once and I'll say it again.. Cranbrook BBQ is the best in CAS. Fresh rocket, beetroot and tomato with excellent rolls and the choice of thick or thin sausages and I had no less than 3 last week over the day. Knox is stable in mid table with the useless white bread that falls apart in your hand. Waverley most improved, they brought out the rocket and even relish last week and the boys cooking look like they know what there doing. Aloys Barker and Trinity remain stable aswell.
  10. noregrets Chris McKivat (8)

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    "Currently ranked 3rd."??? There are only 6 teams in the comp, so coming 3rd is nothing too flash.
  11. rod skellet Arch Winning (36)

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    2nds Barker lead 17/13. Two tries a piece. Barker won 15As 19/12.. Waverly won 16As 36 nil


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  12. rod skellet Arch Winning (36)

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    Barker wins 2nd XV


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  13. Snort Banned

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    Trinity up 17-8 at Cranbrook
  14. rod skellet Arch Winning (36)

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    Waverly lead 19 nil


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  15. Snort Banned

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    With Stead on a yellow and a player down injured, Cranbrook scores against 13-man Trinity. Trinity up 17-15 at half time.
  16. J Walsh Herbert Moran (7)

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    Trinity 17-15 at HT
  17. Elfster Jim Clark (26)

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    At halftime Knox up comfortably. Though according to the score board the score is VW Australia or DI Jones real estate.
    (But it is around 6 tries to nil )
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    Try to 13 Dickins puts Cranbrook up 22-17
  19. rod skellet Arch Winning (36)

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    29 nil Waverly lead


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  20. J Walsh Herbert Moran (7)

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    Brook ahead 22-17

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