RedsHappy Gilmore is a bit of a legend up there isn't he? I don't know the guy but he gets results so maybe it is time for a change. But Phillpotts has done a great job and even this year's team (unusually missing their top three Aussie players, in my opinion) went within three points of NZ Schools late in the game this year. Being from south of your border I've never seen either team play, let alone this year or in 2009, specifically, but the 2009 BSHS team must have been something else. They had seven of their players in the Qld I 1st XV that year with the standouts being Paul Alo-Emile and two brilliant 15 year-olds: Curtis Browning and Chris Sautia (as he was known then). Actually, I didn't find out that Browning and Sautia were so young until late in the Aus Schools week. I was flabbergasted. Looking at my 2009 programmes v Tonga Schools: five BSHS lads were selected to run on for Oz Schools (and one reserve) - plus two others ran on for Oz A Schools. Eight (of a party of 28) were selected for Aus Schools to tour Ireland and the UK at the end of the year. A team is more than the sum of its good players but you'd have to think that 2009 BSHS team was better than the 2014 Churchie team, which had two players in the Qld I 1st XV this year. .