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ISA 2019

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by Oak_Wood, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. pilfer80 Frank Nicholson (4)

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    2nd XV and 14A competition grand finals this weekend. Pat's and Stannies 2nd XVs and 14As all undefeated - certainly will be two match ups closely watched by all at Stannies on Saturday. Pat's and Stannies 2nd XVs both have similar score lines against opposition teams - will be an cracking match up (would one go as far to suggest that it is the match of the day? The writing is certainly on the wall for the 3:15pm match up, Stannies by plentyyyy). Let's hope officiating isn't the talk of the town in the aftermath of what is going to be two thrilling grand finals.

    14As - Stannies by the smallest of margins
    2nd XV - cannot split it, but with the home ground advantage Stannies by a whisker
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  2. Tah123 Herbert Moran (7)

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    Great to see you back Pilfer80. Thoght you's fallen off the face of the earth. No doubt you'd be happy with the performance of St Greg's this year given your love of them in the ISA. Do you think Oaks can beat Auggies and give Greg's a chance to at least share the title with the boys from Brookvale?

    Do you have any views of the the performance of the various ISA 1st XV sides this year?
  3. Central Best Chris McKivat (8)

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    Scores in Auggies v Oakhill 16As please
  4. Ball in hand Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Don’t know the scoreline in the 15s and 16s
    but Auggies
    won 15As
    Won16As
    Lost in 3rds
    won 2s 24-14
    and won the 1s 76-5
  5. Tah123 Herbert Moran (7)

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    Stannies beat St Pats in most games including 1s, 2s, 3s and 16a. 1s score was 30+ to 5.
  6. Cuz Stan Wickham (3)

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    Greg's beat Kinross 33-17 in 1st XV, lost 2nds and won the 16A's
  7. Lydian Lion Frank Row (1)

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    2nds XV Stannies v Pats
    Stannies played their 1st XV players and the penalty count was 35 to 15 against pats. Really sad to see a school conduct themselves this way. The ref Warwick Fish is a coward. When st pats winger scored a try he disallowed it then laughed at the captain of st pats. Anyway both schools had a great year.
  8. Rugby Lord Frank Row (1)

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    Sorry to burst your bubble but the First XV for Stannies was exactly as it was most of the year. The seconds have hardly been changed.
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  9. Tah123 Herbert Moran (7)

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    Geesh LL, big call. I doubt this would happen given the special day at Stannies coupled with the fact it was the last game for the Year 12 boys - do you really think a 1st XV player would drop to 2nd XV to win a premiership in the 2s? I'd suggest the honour of playing Stannies 1st XV far outweighs 2nd XV no matter what the circumstance. And calling a ref a 'coward'? Come on - settle down. I do agree that both schools had good years.
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  10. Coach_Evans69 Frank Row (1)

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    Being a Stannies parent myself, I was a little disappointed in the game. I don't mind when a few calls go our way, however it was actually quite embarrassing when ref Warwick Fish constantly gave the boys from Strathfield penalties, but was not consistent with our boys. I found myself having to apologise to the Pats parents for the shit show the ref caused. In saying that both teams showed a lot of heart, St Pats being the underdogs, just a shame the session had to end on a negative like that.

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