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CAS Rugby 2017

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by SonnyDillWilliams, Aug 6, 2016.

  1. StraightandHard Frank Row (1)

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  2. moa999 Sydney Middleton (9)

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    7-0 to Waverley after 15. Have had bulk of possession, and missed penalty.
    W forwards dominant and K have lost a couple of line outs and seem to be kicking for field possession

    W 14-0 after 20

    W 21-5 approaching HT

    W 26-5 at HT
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  3. rod skellet Arch Winning (36)

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    HT Barker lead Brook 29/10. 5 tries to 1


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  4. leftrightout16 Peter Burge (5)

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    Great game here at Barker, however the game seems to be getting away from Brook.


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  5. WLF Nev Cottrell (35)

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    HT Waves 26 Knox 5.
  6. rod skellet Arch Winning (36)

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    FT. Barker 63/10 over Brook


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  7. meat1head Peter Burge (5)

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    47-17 to Waverley at full time


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  8. sidelineview Banned

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    47 to 17 Waverley
  9. sidelineview Banned

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    Lost 17-47
  10. axel Ted Fahey (11)

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    Well done to Waverley winning the 1st's and 14A's premierships..2 very good teams. Looking forward to next season already.
  11. ruckman7 Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Trinity undeserving winners against Aloys 21-19 in a tight as game. Aloys gave it their all and were dominant in forwards but mistakes by players and officials as well as hollingworth dessents pace won trinity their rightful send off to their year 12 boys.
  12. Aloys2k18 Frank Row (1)

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    Time to start the 2018 thread?
  13. WLF Nev Cottrell (35)

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    Nice to say g'day today mate, there will be many more years ahead.

    Cheers!
  14. axel Ted Fahey (11)

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    Same mate, see you next year. Well done again to the boys
  15. J Dog Fenton Peter Burge (5)

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    Death Valley, what a shit show that was. Credit to both sides, they gave it all on the field and it was a game full of big collisions. The composure from both teams on the field was great, with waverley putting on a show as per usual against the 'Knox Juggernaut'
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    The waverley old boys display was horrific. the chat coming from the sideline from them was just straight up disgraceful to the school and the boys on the field. It was embarrassing to watch. you could hear the abuse from them to the knox boys from the other side of the ground.

    Great game to watch and awesome from both sides. Atmosphere was ecstatic but the old boys really let the waverley boys down.
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  16. BRUMBIEJACK Ted Fahey (11)

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    Haven't seen a bigger crowd at QP - given the importance of the day, the multiple old boys' reunions and the beautiful weather there was plenty of support for Waverley. The old boys in particular, having arrived in droves 10 minutes before kick-off after rolling down the hill from the Robin Hood hotel were very willing to offer suggestions as to how the Knox hooker could improve his lineout throwing.
    Waverley were primed for the game and played smart rugby in the first half, denying Knox the ball for long periods of time then flinging it out the backs. Knox tackled manfully but four tries to one was a fair indication of the half. In the second half Knox got a lot more ball and got it back to 26-17 at one stage but again the 47-17 end result was a fair indication. Knox's three tries were of the forward rumble/pick and drive variety, whereas Waverley played their ensemble game to good effect.
    The weight of expectation on the shoulders of the Waverley players was obvious as a few shed tears after they won in emphatic fashion and were mobbed by the rapturous crowd. Knox manfully skirted the rushing crowd and stood dutifully to the side to allow the Double V to escape the crowd, and then shake hands with each other. There was a great deal of obvious mutual respect.
    This was a special Waverley 1st XV and it was nice to see that they won with flair in front of a big and appreciative crowd. And with the 13A winning 70-0 against knox to take the CAS title and the 14A also having an undefeated CAS season the post-2017 dip may only be temporary.
    I did wonder for a moment how the highly paid full-time rugby administration at Knox feel about Death Valley after ending up 3rd in the Henry Plume Shield and losing 1sts-4ths. But I didn't dwell on it.
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  17. BRUMBIEJACK Ted Fahey (11)

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    Horrific ? Gee they breed 'em tough up Warrawee way by the sounds of it.
  18. meat1head Peter Burge (5)

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    some photos from today's game

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  19. old fella2 Frank Row (1)

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  20. old fella2 Frank Row (1)

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    I stood amongst the Waverley old boys. Your allegations of misconduct against them are entirely baseless. There was a little good natured banter at the Knox wingers clean jumper. He smiled at it. Therefore , the thing that is "horrific" is you making slanderous comments from a key board.

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