Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by PaarlBok, May 4, 2009.
First sanix BBC video is up
PRG 34-3 Brisbane BC second half.
Sorry 35-3 vir MMRM (Mighty Maroon Rugby Machine)
Final score. PRG wins the tournament. Add the unbeaten hockey tour to Holland and what a 150 year for PRG so far. The jerseys PRG was wearing is the orginal Paul Roos jersey they started off 150 years ago.
The History of Paul Roos Gymnasium, bit of a mix between english and afrikaans.
A new Tournament starting up that will bring together best schools 7's team, in Shanghai in December.
Big names schools expected from UK, SA, NZ and AUS
SA two top ranked schools will battle it out this weekend. The tournament winner vs Paarl Boys High in Paarl in tomorrow. Awesome pre show of this match - including interviews with the two Stormers fatties who played against each other a few years back in the same derby and just a piccie of the laaitie with his team. This match will be shown live on TV in SA.
Sanix World Rugby Youth Tournament - 2016
St Edmund's College (Canberra) will be participating in the 2016 Sanix World Youth Rugby Tournament.
Sanix 2016 Program
April 28th The 1st day of Pool Stage
April 29th Opening Ceremony / The 2nd day of Pool Stage
May 1st The 3rd day of Pool Stage
May 2nd The 1st day of Place Decider Tournament
May 4th The 2nd day of Place Decider Tournament
May 5th The 3rd day of Place Decider Tournament, Final, Award Ceremony
Full Schedule for download here: http://sanix-sports.info/rugby/2016/2016GameSchedule.pdf
Overseas Teams are:
Truro College (UK) Pool A
Seoul National University High School (Korea) Pool A
St Edmund's College (Canberra) Pool B
Enisei-STM (Russia) Pool B
Glenwood High School(South Africa) Pool C
Queen Victoria School (Fiji) Pool C
Rotorua Boys' High School (NZL) Pool D
Jianguo High School (Chinese Taipei) Pool D
Local Teams are:
Saga Technical HS Pool A
Tokai University Gyosei High School Pool A
Keio High School Pool B
Higashi Fukuoka High School Pool B
Osaka Toin High School Pool C
Toin Gakuen High School Pool C
Iwami Chisuikan High School Pool D
Kokugakuin University Tochigi High School Pool D
Previous Australian Participation in Sanix tournaments along with their placing and the winner.
2000 - Won by Kings School (NSW)
2001 - St Josephs College, Hunters Hill (NSW) (not in top 4) - Won by Grey College (SA)
2002 - Randwick Boys’ High School (NSW) (6th-8th) - won by Boland Agricultural College (SA)
2003 - St Edmund’s College (Qld) (9th) - won by Rotorua Boys High School (NZ)
2004 - St Stanislaus College (NSW) (4th) - won by Rotorua Boys High School (NZ)
2005 - The Southport School (Qld) (2nd) - won by Christchurch Boys’ High School (NZ)
2006 - Marist College (ACT) (6th) - won by Christchurch Boys’ High School (NZ)
2007 - Won by Westfield Sports High School (NSW)
2008 - St Edmund’s College (ACT) (4th) - Won by Glenwood High School (SA)
2009 - Prariewood High School (NSW) (8th) - won by Dax Landes High School (FRA)
2010 - The Hills Sports High School (NSW) (3rd) - Won by Hamilton Boys; High School (NZ)
2011 - No AUS team - Won by Hamilton Boys’ High School (NZ)
2012 - St Stanislaus College (NSW) (15th) - won by Kelston Boys’ High School (NZ)
2013 - St Joseph’s College Nudgee (Qld) (3rd) - won by St Kentigern College (NZ)
2014 - St Edmunds College (Qld) (7th) - won by Hamilton Boys’ High School (NZ)
2015 - Brisbane Boys College (Qld) (2nd) - won by Paul Roos Gymnasium (SAF)
2016 - St Edmund’s College (ACT) (13th) - won by Glenwood High School (SAF)
Of the last 16 AUS representatives:
8 NSW, 5 Qld, 3 ACT.
11 Private Schools, 4 State Schools.
11 "Big" Rugby Schools (NSW AAGPS 2, Qld GPS 3, NSW ISA 2, Qld AIC 2, ACT Schools 2) , 4 Schools without a regular rugby competition (2 selective sports schools, 2 regular schools)
12 Individual Schools have attended, with 3 schools attending twice: St Stanislaus College (2004, 2012), St Edmund's College (Qld) (2003, 2014), St Edmunds College (ACT) (2008, 2016).
Edit: 2016 AUS finish place, and overall winner added.
Glenwood winning it in 2016.
^^^^That is one hell of a graphic Boet. It looks like the wiring diagram from a Toyata Hilux.
As I see it, St Edmund's came 4th in Pool B, Enisei-STM (Russia) were 3rd, Keio High School were 2nd and Higashi Fukuoka High School topped the Pool.
St Edmund's subsequently lost 7-64 to Queen Victoria School (Fiji) (eventual 9th place), then defeated Seoul National University High School (Korea) (eventual 16th place) by 50-10 to set up a 13/14 playoff decider against Osaka Toin High School. This was won by St Edmund's by 35-31 resulting in them finishing in 13th place.
It looks like the game between the two best teams in the Tournament was the semi final between Glenwood High School vs Rotorua Boys High School, which appears to be the closest any opponent got to Glenwood HS.
Ja sure, I just went to the top of the wiring to get the winning team.
Good to see the Koreans can play rugby. Basket and baseball, and all American sport is more their thing. Pretty decent in field hockey aswell.
Paul Roos won this again in 2019
Paul Roos vs Enisei-STM (Rus), 54-5
Paul Roos vs Exeter College (England), 75-0
Paul Roos vs Kyoto Kogakuin (Japan), 49-7
Paul Roos vs Toin Gakuen (Japan), 34-13 quaterfinal
Paul Roos vs Waverley College (Australia), 41-21 semi final
Paul Roos vs St Peter’s College(New Zealand), 52-5 Final
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