This is 100% accurate, my nephews (who attend Knox Grammar) have spoken on how there will be about 15 shuttle buses making their way to Queens Park on Saturday for both the 2nds and 1sts.
These buses will be 'offloading' (Footy Pun) approx. 2000 Knox supporters, so I think it will be a.
Wow, all these memories come flooding back when you guys mention these eras!!
Brings me back to when I was watching my own boy have a blinder against GPS in 1992 (May be slightly biased, lol) but wow what a CAS competition in 1992 that was.
I can confirm, Frost is a freak. His stand out performance against Joeys last year epitomises his ability to perform even when the team he is playing on is getting stomped.
Waverley most definitely does not have anything close to Knox's "Tall Timber" he will be a force in the air throughout the.
But is it as strong as the well coached Knox side? Knox is definitely looking to win three in a row. Given my prediction was a bit off (Waverley will be top 3) but I strongly believe Barker will upset the apple cart a little bit.
Totally agree with your sentiments WLF but only one quarrel. The amount of boys at Knox do not accurately represent the rugby program, a majority of Knox's enrolments are those of the international variety.
Firmly agree with the fact that banter underpins the entire forum, a healthy.
As much as I'm sure you wish Knox will finish 4th, their facilities, coaching and overall program is clearly far superior to any other in the CAS. Coming from a neutral perspective I think your prediction may just be a little off.
Not sure if this is the appropriate thread but my sources tell me Knox have recently enrolled a 100Kg American from Cincinnati who is an absolute animal. Interesting to see how he competes this year with Knox's strong front row.