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Australian Schools Rugby News : June 2010
2010 australian schools rugby championships draw 9 *Valid for travel between 3 July 2010 to 11 July 2010 inclusive only. Not combinable with any other offers. Subject to availability. Conditions apply. Must be booked online at www.accorasiapacificpartners.com/arfsu Stay with Accor and save 20% Stay at Accor’s Brisbane hotels during the Novotel Australian Schools Rugby Union Championships in July and receive a 20% discount off the best unrestricted rate of the day.* Book online at accorasiapacificpartners.com/arfsu 36th Novotel Australian Schools Rugby Union Championships DIVISION II RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIPS 26June–1July Geelong Grammar School Saturday 26th June – DAY 1 POOL mAtCH 11:00 # 1 LMRDT v VIC PRES 12:15 B 2 WAvSA 13:30 A 3 NTvVICII Monday 28th June – DAY 2 11:00 # 4VICIIvWA 12:15 A 5 NTvVICPRES 13:30 B 6 SAvLMRDT Tuesday 29th June – DAY 3 11:00 # 7NTvSA 12:15 A 8 VICIIvVICPRES 13:30 B 9 LMRDTvWA Thursday 1st July – FINALS 09:30 10– 11– 10:45 12 Championship Final # Indicates a Non-Competition Match NOVOTEL AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS 6–11 July Ballymore Brisbane Tuesday 6th July – DAY 1 POOL mAtCH 10:45 A 1NSWIvVIC 12:15 B 2 NSWIIvWA 14:00 A 3 QLDIIvCS 15:30 B 4 QLDIvACT Thursday 8th July – DAY 2 10:45 B 5QLDIvWA 12:15 A 6 NSWIIvACT 14:00 A 7NSWIvCS 15:30 B 8 QLDIIvVIC Friday 9th July – DAY 3 13:15 B 9 ACTvWA 14:45 A 10 CSvVIC 16:30 A 11 QLDIIvNSWI 18:00 B 12 QLDIvNSWII Sunday 11th July – FINALS 09:00 13– 09:45 14– 11:00 15– 12:30 16 CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL All players at the Division I and Division II Championships now complete this course during the championship period. Brent Sanders (Director – Winning Edge Strategies) delivers a 3 hour seminar to all players dealing with “life outside of rugby” and the challenges that young men are confronted with in this period of their lives. Brent delivers a frank and realistic programme that deals with peer pressure, decision making, offender psychology and issues related to sexual harassment, sexual assault and lifestyle choices. His philosophy on self-protection is a simple yet powerfully effective one based on, firstly, developing the ability to control the way we think in a pressure situation, secondly, knowledge of how other people are thinking and thirdly always having a strategy that puts you in control. Brent’s strategies for dealing with each individual type of scenario are straightforward, precise, proven and achievable to all who attend his seminar. The focus is not on physical strength but rather the ability to stay calm, “Secret men’s business” austSchRugbyNews_july_10.indd 10 8/6/10 2:14:39 PM