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ISA Rugby 2015

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by Ruck & Maul 101, Aug 29, 2014.


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Oakhill 15 vote(s) 32.6%
St Augustines 12 vote(s) 26.1%
Kinross 2 vote(s) 4.3%
Stannies 8 vote(s) 17.4%
St Pius 2 vote(s) 4.3%
St Gregs 0 vote(s) 0.0%
St Pats 8 vote(s) 17.4%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. Ruck & Maul 101 Allen Oxlade (6)

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    Another season has come to a close. Congratulations to Oakhill on the ISA premiership and Congratulations
    to Auggies on another Waratah shield victory.
  2. Ben Dover Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Will the ISA have many returning players for the 2015 season?
  3. oakhilldad Stan Wickham (3)

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    The Oaks firsts this year have quite a few players in year 11 in 2014 including Goddard and Anderson so I expect them to be a force again in 2015. The 16s and younger weren't so competitive but hopefully the talent is developing.
  4. Ben Dover Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Sounds positive from the Oakhill camp. How are Auggies and Pats travelling in terms of returning players ? More importantly how many players returning for the ISA 1st XV side?
  5. Runner Nev Cottrell (35)

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    From the numbers Lee Grant speaks of in his excellent summary of the Shield match Auggies have 6 from the team on the day plus 10 other either used or injured who will return for 2015
  6. pilot Allen Oxlade (6)

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    Year 12

    Year 11
    Graham (3rd year 1XV)
    Harkin (2nd XV)
    Robson (ISA)
    Odgers (1XV)
    Peacock (2nd XV)
    Chev (1XV)
    Anderson (NSW 1)
    Goddard (Aust 1)
    Overton (1XV)
    Campton (1XV)
    Papenhuyzen (1XV)
    Piccone (1XV)
    Bostock (1XV)

    Plenty of speed and a mobile forward pack.
    They should give Augustines a tough game at Rat Park next year
  7. Ben Dover Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Looks as if Oakhill will be a strong force next year.
    From what i can gather 6 of the 15 starters from the final will be returning in 2015 for Auggies :

    Front Row Mcrae, Nettleton, Afu
    S/R Faatui
    Inside Back Lough
    Outside Back Ma'afu
  8. Ruck & Maul 101 Allen Oxlade (6)

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    St Augs will keep the dominance at scrum time rolling into 2015 with that front row returning !!
  9. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    I may have got a couple of these wrong.

    Off to Colts* in 2015
    ISA 1s
    3. James PARTRIDGE Oakhill College
    4. Emerson ADCOCK St Andrews Cathedral School - (2015 - Eastern Suburbs Colts)
    6. John WALKER St. Augustine's College - ( 2015 Team Rehab)
    8. James LOUGH St. Augustine's College - (2015 - Gordon Colts)
    10. James DAY Oakhill College - (2015 - Eastwood Colts)
    11. Jordan THOMAS St. Augustine's College - (2015 - Gordon Colts)
    13. Brandon BURNS St Stanislaus' College
    14. Ben FONTAINE St. Augustine's College

    ISA 2s
    1. Adam CILONA St Patrick's College
    4. Jonah TAYLOR St Stanislaus' College
    5. William BRUSH Oakhill College
    7. Declan MOORE St Andrews Cathedral School - (2015 - Sydney University Colts)
    8. Alexander IRONSIDE St Pius X College - (2015 - Northern Suburbs Colts)
    12. Ned YEOMANS Kinross Wolaroi School - (2015 - Eastern Suburbs Colts Team Rehab)
    13. Lachlan BURLAND Oakhill College - (2015 - Eastwood Colts)
    14. Bailey HILDER Kinross Wolaroi School
    15. Joshua NORAH St Patrick's College
    16. Benet JAMES St Patrick's College - (2015 - Southern Districts Colts)
    19. Faaoli TITIE-ANETELEA St Gregory's College
    20. Visiano VAOHEA St Gregory's College - (2015 - West Harbour Colts)
    21. Jayden FA'AVAE-ELI St Gregory's College - (2015 - Sydney University Colts)
    22. Matthew JENKINS St Patrick's College - (2015 - St Patricks Div 1 Subbies Colts)
    23. Ben MARKS St Stanislaus' College - (2015 - Randwick Colts)

    I'll be back (2015 Year 12)
    ISA 1s
    1. Will McRAE St. Augustine's College
    2. Jack NETTLETON St. Augustine's College
    5. Liam ROBSON Oakhill College
    7. Lachlan ANDERSON Oakhill College
    9. Harrison GODDARD Oakhill College
    12. Luke LOUGH St. Augustine's College
    15. Fraser TOOHEY St Pius X College

    ISA 2s
    2. Sam THOMAS St Stanislaus' College
    3. Cody WALKER Kinross Wolaroi School
    6. Elia FAATUI St Augustine's College
    9. Joshua OXLEY St Stanislaus' College
    10. Ben MARR St Augustine's College
    11. Jakobi ROBSON Kinross Wolaroi School
    17. Andrew GRAHAM Oakhill College
    18. James DONATO St Stanislaus' College

    The returning Veterans should form the nucleus of the 2015 ISA I's team if they can retain their form and remain injury free, less Joshua OXLEY who will most likely be stuck behind Australian Schoolboy Harrison GODDARD.

    *Colts 2015 could also mean Mungo, Subbies, Surfing, Womanising, Too Busy with Study, Gap Year, Travelling, Chillin' Out, Got a Job, etc

    Edit: List Amended with info from @Ben Dover, @Keith Taylor & @L.D
  10. Ben Dover Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Can confirm Ben Marr, Josh Oxley and James Donato are year 11 and will be returning in 2015. Bennet James is a 97' baby but cannot confirm whether he is year 11 or 12. Brandon Burns is heading off to colts in 2015*
  11. Blindside63 Stan Wickham (3)

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    I think you are being a little tough on the 16s. The 16As came second behind St Pats and level with St Augustines while the 16Bs were undefeated premiers, scored more points than any other Oakhill team, had the fewest scored against them and the Schools leading try scorer.
  12. nothismum Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Actually Oakhill came third behind St Auggies on for and against. They did not have the schools leading try scorer either??? Struggled to score more than twice in each game but did defend well all year. May have to do more with the coaching style than the kids themselves..
  13. Blindside63 Stan Wickham (3)

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    The ISA Schools Championship does not use for and against to separate teams on equal competition points. Oakhill, St Augustines and St Greg's finished equal second. I was referring to the 16Bs for point scoring including the schools leading try scorer. They scored 227 for and 28 against in 5 games.
  14. GypsyRugby Frank Row (1)

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    Pius is looking good for the upcoming season with a lot of depth in the new opens squad and a Big pre season just starting to set in.
  15. RugbyTears Chris McKivat (8)

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    re Oakhill 16s this year .. if you ask that mob from castle Hill they will tell you this was suppose to be their dream age group when they were in the 13s & 14s. Then several key players decided to leave their school to experience "bursary assisted" opportunities at different GPS schools ! And players were also called up to 1st or played up in the Opens. For a gauge of 2015, I wouldn't pay too much attention to their 2014 16s results. They probably got a lot of other resources hidden in their current 2nds or 3rds. Apparently they had NSW 17s players fronting up in their 3rds this year.
  16. Quick Hands David Wilson (68)

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    The 2014 16s is Augustines weakest age group and has been since 13s.
  17. I like to watch Simon Poidevin (60)

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    That probably says more about the standard of NSW 17's,than it does about the strength of Oakhill 3rds.
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  18. Ben Dover Frank Nicholson (4)

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    Couldn't agree more with this comment !
  19. 10to12 Jimmy Flynn (14)

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    Agree QH, but there's some diamonds amongst them (look up this years schools 16s). They will be joining one of the strongest age groups who will be 18 next year and have played or been blooded in this years 1st XV
  20. Slugga Ted Fahey (11)

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    Oakhill had a couple of this years western zone u16's playing 3rds as well.

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