Jim Clark (26)
.And the least encumbered with history or tradition. I don't mean to paint those qualities as negatives, rather, it allows them to be more agile, flexible with membership ad respond to change quicker.
Excellent point, the GPS Schools in particular are bounded by tradition to the point, they will be resistant to change even its self-destructive for their own competition. Their inability to include a school such as Knox, when Grammar had clearly thrown the Rugby ball away, is but one example of high bound tradition, at the expense of a renewed competition.