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NSW AAGPS Rugby 2013

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by Inside Shoulder, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Inside Shoulder Nathan Sharpe (72)

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    There seems to be no reason to confine ourselves to talking about next year's comp - lets get out the crystal ball and have a go at 2013.
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  2. Finland Fella Chris McKivat (8)

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    Joey's and Kings will share it - Grammar will come last and this horrific, overiding sense of deja vu will pervade the senses of anyone who remembers the winter of 1927.
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  3. Inside Shoulder Nathan Sharpe (72)

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    Interesting - they will still have supplied more wallaby captains than any other school and more players to the 1927/28 Waratahs (including the captain A. C. "Johnnie" Wallace - who aslo rowed in 3 (3!) consecutive head of the river victories) than any other school.
  4. Finland Fella Chris McKivat (8)

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    And their recruiting programme of the late ninteenth century makes the efforts of the Kings and New' of today look positively spartan.
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  5. Inside Shoulder Nathan Sharpe (72)

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    Yeah right - do you mean recruiting the first prime minister? or high court judges? or Col Windon or Alec Ross or was it something else you had in mind?
  6. Finland Fella Chris McKivat (8)

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    Nah Windon and Ross were not around in the late 1890s - Barton was there but he was watching his son play and yes, well high court judges are always in plentiful supply around Weigall.

    Pick up next years copy of 'Breakaway Magazine' and check out the history article - I'm researching the hell out of it at the moment.
    It put's recruiting in some form of big picture perspective.
  7. Inside Shoulder Nathan Sharpe (72)

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    Where do I get that mag?
    I may have some stuff you can use/refer to
  8. Finland Fella Chris McKivat (8)

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    It's sold at GPS games . usually from about round 3 of each season (one edition per year).
    I'll contact you with my e mail re' your contribution/input.
  9. Man on the hill Alex Ross (28)

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    And for the resat of you .

    http://www.shipleybrown.com.au/magazines.html
  10. HarveyColon Banned

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    kings and joeys for the title with view and new close behind
  11. HarveyColon Banned

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    IS: grammar won't come last (gasp) oh wait they won't field a team or they'll lose each game by 100 or more...its not a joke i'm super cereal
  12. mark7 Stan Wickham (3)

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    Kings have a very good chance as they won their undefeated season in 2011
  13. Sydneybra Banned

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    Kings did win in 2011 but don't forget they beat New's 16A's by 10-7, and whilst it was a full strength Kings side, New were missing George Prassas (U16GPS 1sts, 2nd XV), David Morris (U16 NSW, 1st XV), Joey Lussick (NSW schools/1st XV), Eliss Abrahams (2nd XV) and Oscar Pople (GPS opens 3rd XV).
  14. CTPE Nev Cottrell (35)

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    It was also an away win for Kings...but that was last year.

    Would be interested if you could tell me who from New's firsts and seconds will be back next year.
  15. Micheal John Solomon (38)

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    From Shore's 1st and 2nds, these players will be returning:

    1sts:

    Jum Woodhill (7), Angus Cooke (6), Jack Clancy (10), Nic Clancy (15), Charlie Oldham (14), Doug Streeter (3)

    2nds:

    James Winton (4), Harry Emery (9), Nathan Lucas (6).

    Could be a couple more from the 2nds, I'll have to check. Nonetheless a lot of boys returning from the top two teams, which when supplemented from the 3rds and 16 A's should make a strong and competitive side.
  16. random2 Johnnie Wallace (23)

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    Next year Joeys will have these players returning from 1s and 2s

    1st - Matt Sandell (3), Patty O'Brien (8), Pat Curtain (9), Andrew Deegan (10)

    2nds - Ned Hanigan (4), Jono Hardy (5), Nic Penisi (6), Tevita Mackani (9), Connor O'Shea (10), Pat Vaughn (13), Angus McGrath (15)

    They have a few more from the table topping 3rds and great players from the successful 16As including NSW fullback Mason Cohen, Sydney prop Teirney Glasson and superstar wingers Tim McCutcheon and Latrell Robinson. Look out for 15s star Tom Wright aswell.
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    Returning players from Newington:

    1sts: Lachie Cannell (5) George Prassas (6) David Morris (7) Anthony Vasilis (8) Joey Lussick (10) Oscar Pople (11) Taane Milne (12) Taane Morea (13)

    2nds: Vuni Fifita (1) Campbell Shearer (2) Matt Serhon (3) Luke Strong (5) Tim Lee (6) The open side not sure of his name (7) George Lucas Vianellos (9, 10, 15) Lachlan Anderson (10) Ellis Abrahams (12) Josh Mitchell (13) Mitch Shaw (15)

    3rds: Jordan Roods (6) Tom Meaney (7) Reji Sano (9) Zac Roberston (13) George Cardassilaris (14)

    Possibly some U15's boys will get a call up to opens
  18. Sydneybra Banned

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    Josh Schwagger in 2nd row??
  19. CTPE Nev Cottrell (35)

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    Returning from Kings in 2013:

    1sts - Jack McCalman (6 or 7), Jono Burke (2), Lucas Bateman (1 or 3), Corey Tulloch (10), Will Davies (12), Harry Jones (14 or 15)

    2nds - Ben Stacy (5 or 6), Sam Connor (7), Robert Black (6 or 8), Jamie Greentree (4 or 5) Rory Davis (9), Charlie Friend (10), Sam Carter (13), John Robertson (12),

    There are also about 7-8 players from the 3rds who are in year 11 who will be in contention as well as some great talent in the 16As in the form of David Ballantyne, James Kane, George Lehman and Hugh Taylor
  20. tom morris Frank Row (1)

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    who's returning from view?

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