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NSW AAGPS 2023

harryfromhay

Frank Row (1)
The Riverview 1st XV is shaping up to become a strong force in 2023. With the likes of Liam and Hamish Grover returning as well as Flynn English who is a genuine talent. Joe Dillon was exceptional this year and I can only imagine he's gonna get better.

Big things coming
 

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Frank Row (1)
The Riverview 1st XV is shaping up to become a strong force in 2023. With the likes of Liam and Hamish Grover returning as well as Flynn English who is a genuine talent. Joe Dillon was exceptional this year and I can only imagine he's gonna get better.

Big things coming
Good on ya harry.

Any younger boys to watch? Or will It be a first fifteen of a vast majority year 12. Heard of the third Grover? Is he a chance??

Hearing Riverview has loads of depth and will be strong in firsts seconds and thirds.

Don't want to put you on the spot Harry but what does your Riverview 2023 1st XV look like.
 

OR2008_View

Frank Row (1)
GPS 1s next year

1. Bailey Park
2. Hamish Grover
3. Harry Bell
4. Toby Brial
5. Harry Darling
6. Austin Durbridge
7. Marshall Lemaitre
8. Liam Sullivan
9. Hwi Sharples
10. Joe Dillon
11. Leo Jacques
12. Tyrese Lokeni
13. Liam Grover
14. Casey Mclean
15. Tom Klem

GPS 2s

1. Nate Titi
2. Will Guyfoile
3. Lapita Ana
4. Anton Thiel
5. Charlie Bull
6. Heath Turner
7. Pat Young
8. Archie Campbell
9. Angus Grover
10. Toby Rodwell
11. Jay Maceknzie
12. Blake Steep
13. Tom Watts
14. Nick Newton
15. Zach Fittler
 

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Frank Row (1)
if anyone needs a 2023 first xv for any school just ask me and Ill try say an accurate one. Most of my knowledge is around scots and shore though
 

The Front Rower

Herbert Moran (7)
GPS 1s next year

1. Bailey Park
2. Hamish Grover
3. Harry Bell
4. Toby Brial
5. Harry Darling
6. Austin Durbridge
7. Marshall Lemaitre
8. Liam Sullivan
9. Hwi Sharples
10. Joe Dillon
11. Leo Jacques
12. Tyrese Lokeni
13. Liam Grover
14. Casey Mclean
15. Tom Klem

GPS 2s

1. Nate Titi
2. Will Guyfoile
3. Lapita Ana
4. Anton Thiel
5. Charlie Bull
6. Heath Turner
7. Pat Young
8. Archie Campbell
9. Angus Grover
10. Toby Rodwell
11. Jay Maceknzie
12. Blake Steep
13. Tom Watts
14. Nick Newton
15. Zach Fittler
I thought Heath Turner was at Knox? has he moved schools?
 

The Front Rower

Herbert Moran (7)
GPS 1s next year

1. Bailey Park
2. Hamish Grover
3. Harry Bell
4. Toby Brial
5. Harry Darling
6. Austin Durbridge
7. Marshall Lemaitre
8. Liam Sullivan
9. Hwi Sharples
10. Joe Dillon
11. Leo Jacques
12. Tyrese Lokeni
13. Liam Grover
14. Casey Mclean
15. Tom Klem

GPS 2s

1. Nate Titi
2. Will Guyfoile
3. Lapita Ana
4. Anton Thiel
5. Charlie Bull
6. Heath Turner
7. Pat Young
8. Archie Campbell
9. Angus Grover
10. Toby Rodwell
11. Jay Maceknzie
12. Blake Steep
13. Tom Watts
14. Nick Newton
15. Zach Fittler
I think Harry Darling is in Year 12 at Joeys?
 

The Ghost of Raelene

Trevor Allan (34)
Regarding the Under 16's, I'm not sure if School Summer Sports commitments would force some boys to decline this opportunity if selected (starts on 9th October). Plenty of plane travel as well.

This is great.

More good footy for the boys the better. I think we were seeing the benefit of this on the U20s prior to the Covid shut downs.

Not to talk down Summer Sport programs but if you are good enough to be selected in one of these teams you should be allowed to skip the odd Cricket game (heavy Rugby Forum bias). Might be a tug of war internally over a few very talented Sportsmen by coaches but Cmon. They wouldnt even question you if qualify for State & National Swimming, Athletics etc...
 

Rugbynbeers

Ted Fahey (11)
GPS 1s next year

1. Bailey Park
2. Hamish Grover
3. Harry Bell
4. Toby Brial
5. Harry Darling
6. Austin Durbridge
7. Marshall Lemaitre
8. Liam Sullivan
9. Hwi Sharples
10. Joe Dillon
11. Leo Jacques
12. Tyrese Lokeni
13. Liam Grover
14. Casey Mclean
15. Tom Klem

GPS 2s

1. Nate Titi
2. Will Guyfoile
3. Lapita Ana
4. Anton Thiel
5. Charlie Bull
6. Heath Turner
7. Pat Young
8. Archie Campbell
9. Angus Grover
10. Toby Rodwell
11. Jay Maceknzie
12. Blake Steep
13. Tom Watts
14. Nick Newton
15. Zach Fittler
Think this is bit of a Joke, that might be one of the worst predictions I’ve seen.
 

Syd

Bob McCowan (2)
More BS from someone without a clue but carrying a masssive chip on their shoulder. The two boys in my son's year who were on musical scholarships were both world class musicians.
Most schools offer ~20 academic and music scholarships per year to keep ATAR results high. It shows through in numbers when you go beyond that for sports.
 

Joker

Ken Catchpole (46)
academic and music scholarships

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Syd

Bob McCowan (2)
I don't understand your point and I don't think you do either.
Schools that screen on sporting prowess and offer places to gifted kids ‘in those areas’ tend to have lower academic results. It’s a fairly uncontroversial ‘data backed’ observation isn’t it? Once again, it’s interesting to see how Kings seem to be sustaining results in rugby/athletics/ rowing and academics. PS: I have no affiliation with the school, and as always, the most important thing is growing boys of character, which all the schools are doing a great job in. Good to see some great Joeys talent get locked in with NSW.
 

Flat out

Frank Row (1)
Is your suggestion that Joeys offers 20 music and academic schoraships to every year group or 20 in total across yrs 7-12?
 

Joker

Ken Catchpole (46)
Joker - perhaps the "thread that will not die" should be re-opened. But then you will lose the coveted last post...
Don't care about losing the last post. All I know that is that talk about "scholar...." just drives people away as it attracts a style of post that we don't need here. As Cyclopath says, "we stay on the rugby". I will see what he has to say. I may be the "Prince of Darkness" but my role here is purely ceremonial.
 
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