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Which Clubs are the Class of 2013 going to?

Discussion in 'Schoolboy Rugby' started by Hugh Jarse, Sep 12, 2013.

  1. Sideline Eye Darby Loudon (17)

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  2. Lee Grant John Eales (66)

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    He was called in when all the Tahs wingers were going down.

    He was certainly the best Oz Schools player last year that I saw, and he plays "old".

    He has a lot to learn as anybody would at his age but he has the rugby smarts of a mature player and will get to be a pro player before most of his contemporaries because of that.

    Being as tough as nails and difficult to get to the ground will do him no harm either.

    But the best schools player since Beale?

    He may well be.
    It is what it is likes this.
  3. Jeff Sails Frank Row (1)

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    Hooker for Randwick 2nds Colts is only 16 & not a FOB!
    Good to see some youth at the Wicks.
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  4. Lee Grant John Eales (66)

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    Talking about the Wicks: I see that Andrew Deegan started at fullback for them in First Grade last week.

    He played for the Joeys Ones for three years, for Oz Schools in 2013 and for the NSW U20s this year, but missed the final cut for Aus U20s. This was always on the cards once they decided to use Horwitz as a flyhalf.

    He played a mature game for the Wicks and often appeared as first receiver at the ruck. He kicked all six of his goals, not all easy ones either. This has been a problem for Randwick; so we may see a bit more of him before the season is over.

    Watch out for him in the Oz U20s next year.
  5. Brian Westlake Arch Winning (36)

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    Hey @Lee Grant

    Check Galloping Greens in Shute Shield. The Aldous Huxley Backline!!!!!!
    None of them shave ha ha!!!!
  6. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Corey Tulloch, NSW I Bench 2013, Kings 1st XV, kicked 5 conversions and 2 penalties for Norths 1st Grade against the Hobbits on the weekend.

    This makes the following from the Class of 2013 that have played Shute Shield this year:
    Corey TULLOCH, Northern Suburbs
    Andrew KELLAWAY, Randwick
    Ned HANNIGAN, Randwick
    Andrew DEEGAN, Randwick
    Matthew SANDELL, Sydney University
    Harry JONES, Warringah

    Have I missed any?
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  7. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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  8. rugboy Alfred Walker (16)

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    Should also be noted that for those that haven't seen the media that Tepai Moeroa made his NRL debut a fortnight ago for Parramatta.
  9. Eyes and Ears Arch Winning (36)

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    And has now signed a 3 year contract with the Eels.

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