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NSW AAGPS Rugby 2013

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

  1. Jakedabomb13 Frank Row (1)

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    Excluding those who were up in the firsts and seconds such as Henry Hutchinson, Jake Richards and Sepasa etc.

    Joeys- Across the board many great players. Tom Wright and many talented backs. Will McConnell, Tom Horton. Lots to look forward to.

    View- This year 16s aren't of note but already have five 16s up in the opens.

    Newington- Not much to look forward to. Average team

    Shore- Same as Newington. Should struggle.

    Kings- Big runners of Cameron King and Harry Chapman. Few good backs too such as Jake La Ferla, Chris Orpen and Lui Heaton.

    Scots- Another strong team to add further to scots depth. Excellent 9, 10, 15. Couple good forwards, forgetting the names, 7 and second rower.
  2. donj Allen Oxlade (6)

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  3. donj Allen Oxlade (6)

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    I watch joeys and there are some late bloomers to look out for, a few boys are playing in the b's and c's who would more than match the skill some of the more fancied kids above them. As kids bulk up there could be some surprises as long as selectors open their minds and given the dreadful performances of the first 15 they need to!
  4. The Spectator Herbert Moran (7)

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    Yeah, like who? Just because you are the size of a brick s'house doesn't mean you can play.
  5. donj Allen Oxlade (6)

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  6. donj Allen Oxlade (6)

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    First, a little comprehension lesson: statement a - late bloomers to look for. Statement b - as kids grow size advantage disappears. No mention of brick s'houses. Secondly, if you can't identify the boys wrongly overlooked you walk around with the joeys blinkers on and are exactly part of the problem. End result: a first 15 like joeys had this year.and last and the year before etc etc.
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  7. The Spectator Herbert Moran (7)

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    I would find a comprehension lesson from someone who is semi-literate a waste of time.

    I asked you to nominate those poor disadvantaged boys who had been overlooked for the last two seasons in favour of those in the As.
  8. Ted S Sydney Middleton (9)

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    stop embarrassing yourself spectator. The guy made a valid point that there are kids in the "B"s and "C"s now that may well grow making them worth looking at.

    If you can't understand that then its no one's fault but your own.
  9. The Spectator Herbert Moran (7)

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    GFY. You obviously have problems reading as well. I simply asked who the boys were.
  10. Ted S Sydney Middleton (9)

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    poor little spectator, I knew after your aggressive response to donj you would claim like a good little gen "y"er that I was simply asking a question.
    Pull you head in, if you REALLY want a reasonable answer ask the question with out your hands down your pants.
  11. Rugby Mum 2 Jimmy Flynn (14)

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    Settle down boys. It wasn't an unreasonable request. Donj is notorious for pushing the barrows of friends in Yr 10 at Joeys - just read his/her posts for the last year. I would also like to know which boys are worthy of consideration to play 1sts or 2nds next year that may have been overlooked at all under 16s representative levels? Wouldn't it be great if we uncovered a rough diamond?
  12. Inside Shoulder Nathan Sharpe (72)

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    If any school would its SJC
  13. The Spectator Herbert Moran (7)

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    If I had my hands down my pants I couldn't type. The question remains unanswered.
  14. Jakedabomb13 Frank Row (1)

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    Kids do change. I heard of kids at Joeys going from 9ths to the 3rds from yr 11 to yr 12.
  15. random2 Johnnie Wallace (23)

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    One boys this year went from 8ths last year to 1s and 2s this year. Despite Joeys problems at the top and strength in the lower grades I can't see anyone from Bs or Cs making 1s next year. Happy to hear who donj has to put forward but
  16. Brian Westlake Arch Winning (36)

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    plus ça change, plus c' est la même chose.

    You go away for a quick sabbatical ... Time to get the mirror out and have a good hard look at myself.
    Best wishes to all the boys doing their HSC's and good luck to Scots path to world domination. By the looks of the weekends paper, local council are going to be the issue. Petty ante bureacracy at its finest. You might get a gig here IS !!!!
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  17. Inside Shoulder Nathan Sharpe (72)

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    Amicus curiae
  18. Brian Westlake Arch Winning (36)

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    Is that the sounds of squirming coming from Victoria Road hahahahaha!
    I think it best that I keep quoting Elvis or Don Henley. I might end up out of my depth, but then again, a lot of the posters on here would be out of their depth in a petrie dish.
  19. Quick Hands David Wilson (68)

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    Don't Woollahra Council and the delightfully named Concerned Scots Neighbours Group know that they are standing in the way of world domination?
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  20. Lee Grant John Eales (66)

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