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Australian Schools Rugby News : August 2012
6 NOVOTEL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS DIVISION I Monday, 2 July 2012 GAMe 1 (POOL A) QLD II 31 (Netinili Filea, Francois Postal, Brodie Collins 2 tries, Mitch Third, Brodie Collins, Shevell Samia 2 con, Shevell Samia 1 pen) ACt 19 (Andrew Robinson, Joe Powell 2 tries, Jamie Bodman 2 con). GAMe 2 (POOL A) NSW I 37 (Brandon Paenga-Amosa, henry Clunies-Ross, Ofiu Menukeu, Jake Mcintyre, Mitchell Whiteley tries, Jake Mcintyre, Tom Wilson 2 con 2 pen) VIC 13 (Pat Toeta try, Kemu Valetini con, 2 pen). GAMe 3 (POOL B) QLD I 38 (Rory humphreys, Adam, Korczyk, Alex Mafi, Latham Takau, Jonan Placid 2 tries, Sam Green, James Dalgliesh 2 con) Combined States 5 (Jack Redden try). GAMe 4 (POOL B) NSW II 46 (Charlie Taylor, Corey Tullock, Jack McCalman, Liam Creeley 2, harry Jones 2 tries, J Lousick, John Porch 3 con, 1 pen) WA 5 (Johnny Van Der Wielen try). Wednesday, 4 July 2012 GAMe 5 (POOL B) NSW II 31 (Tom Murphy, Tomas Robertson, harry Jones 2 tries John Porch 6 con 1 pen) Combined States 21 (harry Randell, Angus Pulver, Patrick James tries, Will Paterson 3 con). GAMe 6 (POOLB) QLD I 52 (Joe Wrampling, Monty ione, Latham Takau, Jonah Placid, Sam Green 2, Gareth Kalell 2 tries, Sam Green 6 con) WA 0. GAMe 7 (POOL A) QLD II 30 (Kyle Blackman, Netinili Fielea, Nigel Tanuvasa, Brodie Collins tries, Mitchell Third 2 con, 2 pen) VIC 17 (Moli Sooaemalelagi, Niua Puaka, Junior Laloifi tries, Niua Puaka con). australian schools rugby chaMpionships 2012 5 Novotel – Australian Schools Rugby Union Division I Championships 2012 Teams ACT: 1 Neori Nadruku, St Edmund’s College; 2 Jake Gordon, St Edmund’s College; 3 Gregory Fatiaki, St Mary MacKillop College; 4 Callum Smith, Marist College; 5 Jack Stanford, Canberra Grammar School; 6 Jordan Place, Marist College; 7 Dean Paragalli, Marist College; 8 Mitchell Tye (vc) St Francis Xavier College; 9 Joseph Powell, Marist College; 10 Jamie Bodman, Marist College; 11 Dougal McLauchlan, Marist College; 12 Keith Morgan, St Edmund’s College; 13 Andrew Robinson (c) St Mary MacKillop College; 14 Washington Underwood, Erindale College; 15 Montana O’Neill, Marist College; 16 Connal McInerney, Erindale College; 17 Peni Nifo, Erindale College; 18 Edward Garraway, Kildare Catholic College; 19 Harrison Fleming, Canberra Grammar School; 20 Angus Howard, The Riverina Anglican College; 21 Matthew Narracott, Canberra Grammar School; 22 Joshua Brugman, Daramalan College; 23 Harrison Burey, Mater Dei Catholic College. COMBINED STATES: 1 Jeremy Baker-Beaumont, Marymount College (QLD); 2 Sam Kitchen, Knox Grammar School (NSW); 3 Jake Palermo, St Joseph’s Catholic High School, Albion Park (NSW); 4 Connor Vest, Grafton High School (NSW); 5 Daniel Preen, Ipswich Grammar School (QLD); 6 Sam Croke, Xavier Catholic College Coffs Harbour (NSW); 7 Harry Randell, The Kings School (NSW); 8 Liam Moylan (c) The Kings School (NSW); 9 Angus Pulver, The Shore School (NSW); 10 Patrick James, St Joseph’s College, Nudgee (QLD); 11 Matthew Hood, Newington College (NSW); 12 Landon Hayes, Ipswich Grammar School (QLD); 13 Jack Redden (vc) St Ignatius’ College (NSW); 14 Jack Heenan, St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace (QLD); 15 Will Paterson, Waverley College (NSW); 16 Nathan Kelly, St Ignatius’ College (NSW); 17 Matthew Gough, Downlands College (QLD); 18 Aaron Sorridimi, Villanova College (QLD); 19 James Kennelly, The Armidale School (NSW); 20 Luke Papworth, The Southport School (QLD); 21 Sam Gerry-Burgess, St Ignatius’ College (NSW); 22 Semisi Rogoyawa, St Edmund’s College (ACT); 23 Adrian DeLore, Whitebridge High School (NSW); Hosea Fotukava, St Ignatius’ College (NSW); Max Cook, St Augustine’s College (NSW). NSW I: 1 Oscar Pryor-Lees, Newington College; 2 Tom Wilson (vc), Barker College; 3 Rory O’Connor, St Augustine’s College; 4 Harry Rorke, St Ignatius College; 5 Ofiu Manukeu, Plumpton High School; 6 Jack Dempsey, St Ignatius College; 7 Jack Johnson, Waverley College; 8 Mitchell Whiteley, St Ignatius College; 9 Fabian Natoli, St Augustine’s College; 10 David Horwitz (c), The Scots College; 11 Taane Milne, Newington College; 12 Tepai Moeroa, Newington College; 13 Jim Stewart, The Scots College; 14 Andrew Kellaway, The Scots College; 15 Jake McIntyre, Alstonville High School; 16 Eddie Faingataa, Balgowlah High School; 17 Tevita Vea, Newington College; 18 Henry Pedersen, Barker College; 19 Karel Lloyd, St Augustine’s College; 20 Brandon Paenga-Amosa, Endeavour Sports High School; 21 Harry Jenkins, Barker College; 22 Henry Clunies- Ross, Trinity Grammar School; 23 Jonathan Brown, St Marys Cathedral School. NSW II: 1 Cameron Orr, Trinity Grammar School; 2 Ben Carolan, St Joseph’s College; 3 Tomas Robertson, St Joseph’s College; 4 Matthew Philip, St Augustine’s College; 5 Fergus Lee-Warner, The Kings School; 6 Declan O’Donahue (vc), St Joseph’s College; 7 Tom Murphy, St Joseph’s College; 8 Albert Hemopo, Endeavour Sports High School; 9 Andrew Ferris, The Kings School; 10 Corey Tulloch, The Kings School; 11 Harry Jones, The Kings School; 12 Will Davies, The Kings School; 13 Lalakai Foketi (c), The Kings School; 14 Joshua Wilde, St Joseph’s College; 15 John Porch, Farrar M.A.H.S.; 16 Sam Curline-Wandl, St Augustine’s College; 17 Jake Kay, Castle Hill High School; 18 Faaope Satiu, Trinity Grammar School; 19 Harrison Williams, St Aloysius College; 20 Jack McCalman, The Kings School; 21 Joey Lussick, Newington College; 22 Max Wylie, The Kings School; 23 Harry Brown, Alstonville High School; Liam Creeley, Knox Grammar School; Charlie Taylor, St Augustine’s College. QUEENSLAND I: 1 Aaron Pleash (c), Ipswich Grammar School; 2 Andrew Manu, St Edmund’s College; 3 Dylan Sikimeti, Nudgee College; 4 Jack Cornelsen, Brisbane Grammar School; 5 Adam Korczyk, Brisbane State High School; 6 Michael Gunn, Anglican Church Grammar School; 7 Stuart Bougoure, Toowoomba Grammar School; 8 Lolo Fakaosilea, Brisbane Boy’s College; 9 Vincent Quigley, Anglican Church Grammar School; 10 James Dalgleish, Gregory Terrace; 11 Monty Ioane, Anglican Church Grammar School; 12 Jack Tuttle (vc), Nudgee College; 13 Rory Humphreys, St Edmund’s College; 14 Gareth Kalell, Brisbane Boy’s College; 15 Jonah Placid, Toowoomba Grammar School; 16 Harry Littleton, Downlands College; 17 Alex Mafi, Nudgee College; 18 Latham Takau, Ipswich Grammar School; 19 Joe Wrampling, Kingston State College; 20 Braeden Hood, Brisbane Boy’s College; 21 Darcy Eason, Anglican Church Grammar School; 22 Sam Greene, Brisbane Grammar School; 23 Conrad Quick, Brisbane Boy’s College; Jordan Perese, St Edmund’s Colllege. QUEENSLAND II: 1 Ben Tarr, The Southport School; 2 Francois Postal, Nudgee College; 3 Graeme Wessels, Nudgee College; 4 Philip Potgieter, Toowoomba Grammar School; 5 Jack Payne, St Columban’s College; 6 Anton Minenko, Toowoomba Grammar School; 7 Shanan Goodman (c), Sunshine Coast Grammar School; 8 Tim Manns, Downlands College; 9 Adam Deck (vc), Toowoomba Grammar School; 10 Shevell Samia, Pacific Pines SHS; 11 Netinili Fielea, The Southport School; 12 Blaise Hartley, Toowoomba Grammar School; 13 Nigel Tanuvasa, Anglican Church Grammar School; 14 Brodie Collins, Brisbane Boy’s College; 15 Kyle Blackman, St Edmund’s College; 16 Alex Hatzis, St Laurence’s College; 17 Cody Blackhurst, Brisbane Grammar School; 18 Markus Vanzati, Toowoomba Grammar School; 19 Lachlan Roe, St Edmund’s College; 20 Nicholas Richards, Marist College Ashgrove; 21 Billy Thompson, Downlands College; 22 Mitchell Third, The Southport School; 23 Mika Tela, Ipswich Grammar School; Gareth Ryan, Padua College. VICTORIA: 1 Fereti Saaga; Melbourne Grammar; 2 Moli Sooaemalelagi (c), Roxburgh Park Secondary College; 3 Siotame Kavapalu; Rowville Secondary College; 4 Steve Walsh; St Kevin’s College; 5 Brad Campbell; Belmont Secondary College; 6 Brendan Westney; Haileybury Secondary College; 7 Jack Porritt; Melbourne Grammar; 8 Joe Letoga; Craigieburn Secondary College; 9 Thomas Bohle; Box Hill Institute of TAFE; 10 Patolo Toeta; Melbourne Grammar; 11 Vaasili Leota; Victoria University Secondary College; 12 Niua Puaka (vc), St Kevin’s College; 13 Kemu Valetini; Hallam Secondary College; 14 Bill Valetini; Westall Secondary College; 15 Junior Laloifi; Lalor Secondary College; 16 Andrew Barber; St Leonard’s College; 17 Alitasi Tuituiohu; Fairhills College; 18 Kevin Palavi; Kangan Institute of TAFE; 19 Shawn Tunumafono; Wanganui Secondary College; 20 Jack Kennedy; St Kevin’s College; 21 Matt Euese; Noble Park Secondary College; 22 Daniel Roberts; Luther Secondary College; 23 Puna Kajer; Patterson River Secondary College. WESTERN AUSTRALIA: 1 Luke Connolly, Aquinas; 2 Johnny Van Der Wielen (c), Aquinas; 3 Tristan Schneider, Mindarie Senior College; 4 Oscar Backhouse (vc), Hale School; 5 Riley Winter, Aranmore College; 6 Nicholas Pearson, Guildford Grammar; 7 Michael Tui, Lakeland SHS; 8 Hayden Anderson, Aranmore College; 9 Angus Taylor, Newman College; 10 Tim Koiatu, John Forrest College; 11 Zian Cooke, Mindarie Senior College; 12 Tom Enright, Hale School; 13 Jean-Charl Smith, Lake Joondalup Baptist College; 14 Mitchell Short, CBC Fremantle; 15 Kylan Yoxall, Hale School; 16 Tuhoe Mahaki, Guildford Grammer; 17 Terrel Berryman, Aranmore College; 18 Blake Phillips, Clarkson CHS; 19 Michael Beatty, Churchlands SHS; 20 Justin Fourie, Wesley College; 21 Eli Going, Aranmore College; 22 Keano Van Dieman, Aranmore College; 23 Dylan Van Dieman, Aranmore College. Right: Division I winners – NSW I