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NSW AAGPS 2022

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Scrum_Doctor

Frank Row (1)
has anyone watched young gun cam Paul? I have heard great things and I would like more info on this man as I'm looking to hand him a scholarship to a rugby school in south Africa
Hi Mate, Cam is definitely an emerging talent with a phenomenal kicking game. His game awareness for a young player is very mature. Coming in at 90kg and 6'3" he is a solid unit. With the elite schoolboy demographic of South Africa he would find himself at home and would be a fantastic opportunity for the young lad!
I would also be looking at the lock from The Kings School, Isaac Rumble. The big fella loves the physicality of the game and has a very strong running game. Coming in at 6'5" he is an absolute weapon up in the air. Weighing at 100kg+, would also fit in boks style of footy.
 

shoresportsphotgrapher

Peter Burge (5)
This weekend's clash between Trinity and Shore, we have an exciting game on our hands this weekend. The SHORE first XV, coming off a huge win against Oakhill, notable performances, Jackson Stiel, aka the fridge, scored a hat-trick with a great diving try to seal the hat-trick, Marshal Le Maitre, with another notable performance, the young gun 15 year old getting ready to face off against Scots Finlay Bartlett (Maori Heritage), Marshal has been really training and playing hard. With many different touches of the ball. Very exciting match to come Shore vs Scots.
 

loudnproudscotsdaddy

Stan Wickham (3)
This weekend's clash between Trinity and Shore, we have an exciting game on our hands this weekend. The SHORE first XV, coming off a huge win against Oakhill, notable performances, Jackson Stiel, aka the fridge, scored a hat-trick with a great diving try to seal the hat-trick, Marshal Le Maitre, with another notable performance, the young gun 15 year old getting ready to face off against Scots Finlay Bartlett (Maori Heritage), Marshal has been really training and playing hard. With many different touches of the ball. Very exciting match to come Shore vs Scots.
More like Finnlay Sua'ali'i! Kid is the hybrid between Roger Tuivasa Sheck and Junior Paulo
 

RUGBY12345

Frank Row (1)
Hey guys was wondering if anyone has watched young gun Lewis the bruiser Wilson he is quite a talented young man you will hear his name more in the coming years
 

Hankspank

Larry Dwyer (12)
I totally agree. He stood out to me in the game last weekend against Oakhill. He's only a small boy but his skills and physicality show why he should be playing in the firsts. Cannot wait to see more of him in the future and see how he goes this weekend up against Scots and especially how he holds himself against the amazing Finlay Bartlett from TSC.
Opinion on the 5 from Oakhill last week?
 

Rudderless

Dave Cowper (27)
This Saturday at Kings

3 games....3 different schools

3rds v Sydney Grammar 1st (Round 1)
2nds v St Pius X 1st
1sts v St Augustine's 1st
 

JSexton10

Bob McCowan (2)
This Saturday at Kings

3 games....3 different schools

3rds v Sydney Grammar 1st (Round 1)
2nds v St Pius X 1st
1sts v St Augustine's 1st
That is wrong Kings 1st should definitely not be versing St Augustine's 1st, especially with the strength of their firsts at the moment.
 

RuckLover1988

Frank Row (1)
Hey guys,

I'm new to the forum and a keen schoolboy rugby fan. One team I'm definitely interested in is Riverview. What was the best schoolboy team in Sydney last year, has seemed to dropped off a cliff. Having 2 wins from 4 games, I am wondering what has happened. I've heard it's their lack of front row capability and their returning players from 2021 not achieving the form they maintained throughout 2021.

Was just wondering what everybody's thoughts were on this 2022 Riverview side?
 

WLF3

Darby Loudon (17)
Hey guys,

I'm new to the forum and a keen schoolboy rugby fan. One team I'm definitely interested in is Riverview. What was the best schoolboy team in Sydney last year, has seemed to dropped off a cliff. Having 2 wins from 4 games, I am wondering what has happened. I've heard it's their lack of front row capability and their returning players from 2021 not achieving the form they maintained throughout 2021.

Was just wondering what everybody's thoughts were on this 2022 Riverview side?
Hi Rugby League, I beg to differ, the View side last year was terrific but IMO not as good as the Waves side which played 8 games and won 8. Eg few examples, Waves defeated Kings at Kings 53-22, View beat Kings 12-10 , Waves beat Shore at Shore 48-12, and Knox beat View 22-19 or thereabouts, Waves beat Knox 38-14. Barker beat Joeys by 3, and Joeys beat Knox by 1 try.

Whilst these are just comparisons, the margins in comparable games are somewhat relevant IMO.

View also beat Barker by 3-4 and Barker were the last threat to Waves. Believe this Waves side would have also rolled Barker at Barker well.
This team had never lost a CAS game since year 7, and were undefeated in the 16As which included a great Joeys 16As side, most other GPS sides and all the CAS sides. Covid unfortunately ruined a brilliant finish for last years comp deciders between, Barker v Waves and View v Joeys final games, imagine the crowds! What a shame!
 
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bring back rucking

Fred Wood (13)
I saw them play knox this year which they lost (they also lost to knox last year at view). In last years game O’Donnell was the dominant figure for view, his battle with Jarah from Knox was immense. This year I would say the difference was probably that lack of X factor from view… they scored a couple of late try’s to keep it respectable but there were no superstars amongst the starting xv that you thought would change the game. They won’t roll over though, plenty of ticker but probably won’t put consecutive wins together often
 
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