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Australian Schools Rugby News : April 2009
PACIFIC ISLANDS & NEW ZEALAND 2008 15-11. The missed conversion meant the Kiwis had to score a try in the last three minutes of the game to win. Time seemed to go in slow motion for the remaining few minutes but the Australian Team dug deep and withstood everything the Kiwis threw at them and created history to be the fi rst Australian Team to beat the New Zealanders on their home soil. The team also created another record by being the only team to win in two consecutive years. It was truly a great team effort from all concerned. Australia ‘A’ v Fiji Under 18 Knox Grammar School – 6 Sept 2008 1 David Feao Brisbane State High School, QLD 2 Siliva Siliva Narre Warren South College, VIC 3 Dylan Brass The Kings School, NSW 4 Tom Heslop The Scots College, NSW 5 Luke Jones St Pius X College, NSW 6 Eddie Quirk (c) Brisbane State High School, QLD 7 Michael Hooper St Pius X College, NSW 8 Luke Rissman Knox Grammar School, NSW 9 Eddie Bredanhann Anglican Church Grammar School, QLD 10 James Ambrosini St Laurence’s College, QLD 11 Ken Robertson Ipswich Grammar School, QLD 12 Stephano Hunt St Joseph’s College Nudgee, QLD 13 Tim Bennetts Pennant Hills High School, NSW 14 Pao Pele Trinity Grammar School, NSW 15 Damon Anderson Cranbrook School, NSW 16 Mac Rutledge The Kings School, NSW 17 Chris Edwards Hunter Valley Grammar, NSW 18 Matthew Mafi St Joseph’s College Nudgee, QLD 19 Ben Hales Scotch College, VIC 20 Alex Rovira Challenger College, WA 21 Mark Swanepoel (vc) The Southport School, QLD 22 Harry Bennett The Kings School, NSW 23 Greg Jeloudev The Kings School, NSW COACHING CLINICS ARFSU held coaching clinics in Fiji and the Macquarie Sports Foundation supported Tonga again. The ARFSU Coaching Director Mr Patrick Langtry assisted in Fiji. It should be noted that as an innovation the Australian team, while touring in Tonga conducted some very worthwhile coaching clinics. While they were a great benefi t to the locals they were a great experience for the Australian players. Many have noted them as the highlight of the tour. Australia v Fiji Under 18 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – 13 Sept 2008 1 Salesi Manu St Augustine’s College, NSW 2 Sam Roberson St Stanislaus’ College, NSW 3 Josh Daley The Southport School, QLD 4 Nick Buchanan St Joseph’s College Gregory Terrace, QLD 5 Mark Johnson Knox Grammar School, NSW 6 Josh Ellice-Flint The Kings School, NSW 7 Kotoni Ale St Augustine’s College, NSW 8 Jarad Butler The Southport School, QLD 9 Justin Turner Central College, WA 10 Robbie Coleman St Edmunds College, ACT 11 Nicky Price St Joseph’s Nudgee College, QLD 12 Michael McDougall The Kings School, NSW 13 Cameron Mitchell The Kings School, NSW 14 Dom Shipperley St Joseph’s Nudgee College, QLD 15 Tyler Stevens St Edmunds College, ACT 16 David Feao Brisbane State High, QLD 17 Siliva Siliva Narre Warren South College, VIC 18 Dylan Brass The Kings School, NSW 19 Luke Jones St Pius X College, NSW 20 Colby Faingaa St Edmund’s College, ACT 21 Eddie Bredanhann Anglican Church Grammar School, QLD 22 Stefano Hunt St Joseph’s College Nudgee, QLD 23 Tim Bennetts Pennant Hills High School, NSW 7