For me, Waverley just seem to have it right.
The style of play, the discipline, their respectful nature. Five years ago they were known as thugs that were hard to beat. Now they are one of the most respected schools in rugby circles.
The culture that has developed on that rugby field has impacted the whole school, you could tell with all the students there to watch and the way they surrounded that team at the end.
All up an incredible journey for Waverley. Well done to all the players and parents for an excellent season.
Aloys vs trinity should have resulted in a draw, with the trinity 10's conversion missing by a good few metres but being called as going over to give Trinity the win
I totally agree that an nrc / shute shield like production crew would be overkill / not needed for streaming of CAS and GPS games.
Something like what they have at QLD GPS games would be awesome.
I have asked a mate to send me pics of the set up used at QLD GPS streams.
Will post them here if i can get them.
Is very impressive.
Heck SLV relax - there was nothing in your post for any skin thinned Barker supporter to even remotely be offended - it was just factual. Barker's time in the Sun will come and hopefully then the Barker supporters will be as gracious as the Waverley supporters who have posted up here. Belated congratulations, by the way.
Having not seen the game I am only going what I read here. It sounds like Waverley was a class act! Both teams were littered with representatives and I'd be interested to know how they all went?? How was the Woodcock v Donaldson match up. Both #10s in Australian Schools so I'm hoping it was a great show of skill and organisation from them both. If anyone has any footage, I'd love to see it as I'm sure plenty of others would too.
The CAS 2018 chat is up. No need to wait 6 monthWhat a great CAS season! From a Brook perspective it wasn't the best season but it was still great to watch the boys go out every single week and give their all against teams very strong opposition. After every game it was great to see smiles from both sides and leaving the previous 70 minutes on the field. Lamens, Milios, Smuha-ho and Stenmark all have a lot of potential and hopefully they continue to play footy. Good luck to all the year 12s in their future rugby pursuits and good luck to all the younger players in the off season.
Now it's time to sit back and make uneducated assumptions about next year. See you in 6 months!
Now if I could get one of those stepladders in my car.