By that reasoning, the CAS rep team will be all Knox/Waves? Seems both unfair and unlikely given the talent in the other teams, and presumably the desire not to disenfranchise those other CAS schools. I'd imagine Scots and Shore would also be less than thrilled. Can't see it happening - I don't mean the comps you posit, but the suggested higher level selection policy.
I can 100% confirm that The Medical Joker is an avid St Aloys supporter who just appreciates good footy when he sees it. Is not a Knox supporter at all..
Who posts as if he's a Waverley supporter and with a Waverley College logo. Sounds like a mischievous schoolboy.
I agree Waverley should be strong this year. I like the proposed new competition structure. I think it's a great way for the CAS teams to test themselves against better teams in some instances and Have the chance to dominate teams in other instances. The same could not be said if the current Comp set-up.
All current CAS schools will be better for it.
the waverley team for 2017 is a better team across the paddock, they just need to fill Mohi, Jordan and Fuller's shoes as the game winners.
W88,MJ are you actually related to Waverley? Your previous posts show otherwise. (In particular not putting moretti in this team, playing Cornish at 7 and putting Humphries in the team from Knox. An unknown second rower unlikely to have been noticed by anyone outside of Knox.)
I disagree that poor refereeing lost Knox the game. Letting their opposition put on 25 points in the matter of 20 minutes did.
On a side note- it appears Knox supporters are still annoyed at the penalty awarded as a result of their driving maul set up. Maybe, if Knox had a plan B they wouldn't still be complaining about a referee spotting their illegal maul set up.
I must say I do believe we got lucky, all though it pains me I think Knox was a better side however some poor reffing and an intercept was the difference we looked stronger on the day no doubt but they were a better side in my opinion. Clearly showed as our dominance could only do such little damage
Just wondering who else from 2017 CAS might be seriously pushing for high rep honours^^^^^
I didn't mention Frost, so I'm not sure why he has been brought up.
He will definitely be involved with selections for NSW and AUS. Hopefully he makes a full recovery with his shoulder and can put in another strong off season to give him the best shot for next year.
What position do they play?THB, I would place these boys in with a strong chance based on 2016 performance
- Frost (K)
- Coghill (B)
- Reimer (B)
- Moretti (W)
- Wright (W)
And my early predictions for season 2017:
Did any make it to Nationals this year?Frost (2nd Row)
Reimer (Back Row)
Moretti (2nd/Back Row)
Coghill will need to work on his throw. Rahme from Aloys is also a talented front rower who can play both hooker and prop.