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NSW Schools - Trial Games and Selections 2013

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by Hugh Jarse, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. I like to watch Simon Poidevin (60)

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    Depends on the coach.Last year the II"s coach was from Trinity,hence Uni.
    I's coach was from St Augustines hence Rat Park.
    I hope you have jagged a coach local to you!
  2. strokeside Larry Dwyer (12)

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    Thanks RM, I was wondering more about the weeks training other than todays get together.:)
  3. Roar Herbert Moran (7)

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    where ever they are it will be Wet, Wet, Wet, hope they keep warm. Great for the Ducks !
  4. Roar Herbert Moran (7)

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    My Mail is NSW 1s are training at Riverview until Syd. Uni dries out, which might not happen and the NSW 2s are training at Joeys. It sounds like both Teams will be both training at Uni but too wet at the moment there. Hope that helps
  5. It is what it is John Solomon (38)

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    Is that kid from 30 years ago coaching in the NRL now?
  6. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Below are the Sydney Teams (can't find a NSW Country U16 2011 team list - Anyone?) who went to National Under 16's in 2011.
    Some have left school. Those going to National Under 18 for NSW or Combined States and Shadow NSW are in red.

    Just because a kid misses out in the Under 16's (or makes it) does not guarantee the same outcome for the Opens (Under 18s).

    Sydney Juniors:
    Cameron Orr (c) (Wests JRU), Left School
    Nicholas Koutsoukis (Coogee JRU), NSW II
    Fred Fiala-Motu (Coogee JRU),
    Harrison Williams (Norths Pirates JRU), Unavailable Injured
    Matthew Matson (Hills JRU),
    David Morris (Norths Pirates JRU), NSW II
    Jack McCalman (Beecroft-Cherrybrook JRU), NSW I
    Malaki Afele (vc) (Merrylands JRU),
    Mitchell Short (Hunters Hill JRU), NSW I
    Jamieson Clark (vc) Merrylands JRU), Left School
    Jacob Roberts (Merrylands JRU),
    Jack Redden (Hunters Hill),
    Trent Winterstein (Merrylands JRU), Left School
    Ben Cotton (Dural JRU), NSW I
    Harry Jones (Newport JRU), NSW I
    Geoffrey Coffill (Wests JRU),
    Jordan Winterburn (Norths Pirates JRU),
    Brandon Paenga-Amosa (vc) (Southern Barbarians JRU), NSW II
    Hector Titterton (Canterbury JRU),
    Brent Whicker (Hawkesbury JRU),
    Connor Finn (Canterbury JRU),
    Christian Kagiassis (Canterbury JRU)
    Matthew Crafts (Coogee JRU).

    NSW Schools:
    Matthew Sandell (vc) (St Joseph’s College), NSW I
    Oliver Takiveikata (Westfield’s SHS),
    Jarrod Matairavula (Pendle Hill High School),
    Peter Maa (Westfield’s SHS),
    Joshua Schwager (St Joseph’s College), Left School
    Ben Stacey (The King’s School),
    Lachlan Taylor (Glenwood HS),
    Oliver Kamp (Scots College), Combined States
    Anthony Vasilis (Randwick Boys HS), NSW II
    Rory Davis (The King’s School), Combined States
    Andrew Deegan (c) (St Joseph’s College), NSW I
    Oscar Pople (Newington College), Left School
    Taane Milne (Randwick Boys HS), NSW I
    Tepai Moeroa (Newington), NSW I
    Adrian Delore (Whitebridge HS), Combined States
    Andrew Kellaway (Scot’s College), NSW I
    Jack King (St Ignatius College),
    Doug Streeter (Shore School), Shadow
    George Prassas (Newington College),
    Daniel Hughes (St Joseph’s College),
    Joey Lussick (Newington College), NSW II
    Alexander Lyons (St Ignatius College)
    Hayden Cochrane (St Augustine’s College)
    Lachlan Cannell (Killara HS) injured 2011, NSW I.
  7. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Where will they go?
    Pretty sure I have got the School Year correct.

    Colts 2014
    NSW I Year 12 2013 to Colts 2014
    1. Matthew SANDELL St Joseph’s College
    3. Faaope SATUI Trinity Grammar
    4. Lachlan CANNELL Newington
    5 Joshua ANDERSON Oakhill College
    7. Jack McCALMAN The Kings School
    8. Rahboni WARREN-VOSAYACO Endeavour Sports High
    9. Mitchell SHORT The Scots College
    10.Andrew DEEGAN St Joseph’s College
    11.Charlie TAYLOR St Augustines College
    12.Tepai MOEROA Newington
    13.Taane MILNE Newington
    14.Harry JONES Barker College
    15.Andrew KELLAWAY The Scots College
    16.Jackson McLEAN Trinity Grammar
    18.Will RIDLEY The Scots College
    20.Billy FREEMAN Kinross Wolaroi
    21.Michael KENNEDY St Ignatius College
    22.Corey TULLOCH The Kings School
    23.Ben COTTON Oakhill

    Combined States (NSW) Yr 12 2013 to Colts 2014
    3. Blake WALSH Merewether HS
    5. Nic KELLAWAY The Scots College
    6. Ollie KAMP The Scots College
    8. Harry LIND Merewether HS
    9 .Rory DAVIS The Kings School
    13.Tom MOLLOY St Ignatius’ College
    15.Adrian DELORE Whitebridge HS

    NSW II Year 12 2013 to Colts 2014
    1. Mesui TUFUI Newington
    2. Nick KOUTSOUKIS Waverley
    4. Anthony VASILIS Newington
    5. Ned HANNIGAN St Josephs College
    6. David MORRIS Newington
    7. Brandon PAENGA-AMOSA Endeavour Sports High
    9. Joey LUSSICK Newington
    10. Jack CLANCY Shore
    11. Tyson DAVIS Barker College
    12. Will DAVIES The Kings School
    14. Josh MITCHELL Newington
    15. Nick CLANCY Shore
    16. Nathan KELLY St Ignatius College
    17. Jamaine CROSSLEY The Scots College
    20. Arthur CURRIE St Gregorys Campbelltown
    22. Matt ARNOLD St Augustines College
    23. Elliot JENNINGS All Saints Maitland

    "I'll be back"
    Yr 11 2013 NSW I
    2. Hosea FOTUKAVA St Ignatius College
    6. Angus CRICHTON The Scots College
    17.Matt SERHON Newington
    19.James LOUGH St Augustines College

    Yr 11 NSW II 2013
    3. Vunipola FIFITA Newington
    8. John WALKER St Augustines College
    13. Henry HUTCHINSON St Ignatius College
    18. Francis BROWN McKillop College Warnervale
    19. Andrew VATUVEI Sarah Redfern High
    21. Stephen KIRKBY Barker

    Combined States (NSW) Yr 11 2013
    2. Ed CRAIG Epping BHS
    1. Peter IVIC Hunter SHS
    14.Simon KENNEWELL Newington College

    Edit: Updates made based on posts below.
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  8. 10to12 Jimmy Flynn (14)

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    Thanks Hugh, great list .Simon Kennewell will also be back.
    I was surprised at how few of the "Younsters" got through. Strong year 2013, so lets give it to those northerners.
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  9. Rugby Mum Watty Friend (18)

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    18 Francis Brown is currently in year 11 so he'll be back also
  10. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    The 2011 U16 Cohort from Queensland really belted the NSW Schools and Juniors at the 2011 U16's. They should be strong this year as U18's.
  11. I like to watch Simon Poidevin (60)

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    HJ, I think most of the Qld cohort from 2011 are finished.
  12. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    That would be good.

    The inconsistent form from the Queenslanders from U16 - U18 is explained away by the fact that at U18 you have to be at School, and many of the Qld cohort often finish school up to 12 months earlier than their age cohort in NSW.

    Even so our "older" boys have been touched up in recent years by QLD "babes".
  13. I like to watch Simon Poidevin (60)

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    It's actually more than that.
    Our 16yo's have 2 age groups in front of them,so that it's not common to have many 16yo in our opens.
    As Qld only has 1 age group above them, it is much more common for their U16's to play in the Opens.
    We are not playing their 16B's,but neither are we playing their best 16yo's.
    I think!
  14. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Like a lot of stuff from North of the Tweed, much doesn't make sense.

    We also hamstring assembling our best team for U16 with the traditional gathering of Selection Masons from Country, Schools and Juniors.
  15. Sideline Eye Darby Loudon (17)

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    Weather looking wet for the lead-up camp at Riverview, but looking good for the Champs next week:
  16. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Certainly wouldn't want to be having the champs this week.

    Looking good for next week.
  17. Sideline Eye Darby Loudon (17)

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    Brian, what was the stouch about, you refer to above? You now have me curious - I love a good selection stouch.!
  18. Brian Westlake Arch Winning (36)

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    The old adage SE, not what you know, but.. etc. the lad that made it through has aspired to nothing
  19. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Then look no further than the Under 17's for Sydney Juniors.

    Kids who can't be bothered turning up to state championships get to trial for the Sydney team.

    The undefeated State championship winning team is rewarded with 10 selections in the Train on Squad.

    The underperforming Eastwood team who lost two games is rewarded with 11 Selections in the Train on Squad.

    The even poorer performing West Harbour team was rewarded with about 6 or 7 kids in the Train on Squad.

    A relation of a highly placed Junior administrator is parachuted into the Train On Squad.

    The final "must attend" trial has been rescheduled 3 times, once on the same day that 10 or so kids were involved in Schools championships, with the rest playing club games. Reschedule to version 2.0 by moving it to a Friday night after the kids have been at School Champs at Knox all day.

    Version 3.0 is an absolute belter. Send an email to the players saying that the next trial will be on a Sunday but attach a notice to that email saying that trial will be on a Saturday.

    Version 3.0 gets better in that boys such as Ed Craig from Combined States Schoolboys is expected to play on Saturday (turn up or else you will not be selected) in a rather pointless trial two days before attending National Schoolboy Championships.

    Craig either turns up to this trial and possibly jeopardises his chances at Nationals, or doesn't turn up and misses out on Selection for Sydney Juniors. If he doesn't turn up, (I wouldn't bother if I was him) but still gets selected for the Juniors, it just shows what a farce the whole thing really is.

    If they wanted the best kids under 17 playing for Sydney then, they why would you have a special trial to select boys who can't be bothered turning up the State Championships. If they were any good or keen to represent Sydney, then they would have easily been able to work their way into the West Harbour Team or even the Eastwood or Penrith Team.

    The fact that no other District wanted these two Hobbits perhaps says something. Even more telling is the facebook invitation Manly Team organised by boys themselves. Manly played with 3 or 4 only on the bench. They would rather play with 5 less on their bench than actively chase the two Hobbits for whom special trials are needed.

    All I can say is this U17 nonsense is but a side show for what the various selectors will be doing over the weekend for the Under 16's. Schools, Juniors and Country Horsetrading galore.

    Little wonder [USER=8018]George Smith[/USER] is out to reorganise the Juniors and Schools Administrators and "selectors" out of the pathway, and out of any real influence in footy. Go get 'en Georgie Boy.
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  20. southsider Arch Winning (36)

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    it could have been just rivalry rather than the players not being good enough? Im pretty sure at least one of those two southern boys have previously made a Sydney team so they must have SOME form of talent, surely enough to make a state cup team.

    There would have been very few players from other regions that my state cup team would've allowed into our squad just through the rivalry we had

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