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senior school sport TSports Carnivals. For the first time, the College won V, Luke Spano (Year 12) and Daniel Ferrari (Year 12) inschool. Alex Perkins (Year 12), Stefan Michael (Year 12)and Fabian Krslovic (Year 11) were picked in the CAS 1sthe highlights of the 2011 – 2012 summer sportingseason included the winning of three Australian Jesuit both the Australian Jesuit School Cricket Carnival and the CAS 2nd V and Brendan Suffield (Year 12) as reserve. Australian Jesuit Schools Basketball Carnival, whilst our As mentioned, the 1st V won the Australian Jesuit Schools 1st IV Tennis team won the Australian Jesuit Schools Tennis Carnival in Adelaide. The team beat the host school, Carnival for a record fourth consecutive time. Our 1st VII St Ignatius College Adelaide 50-40 in the final. Fabian Waterpolo team won the combined CAS/GPS competition Krslovic, was named Player of the Tournament, and Alex for the fifth year in succession and were runners up again Perkins were selected in the Australian Jesuit Schools Team. in the Trans-Tasman Cup which brings together the best Fabian is also currently in the Australian Under 17’s Schools schoolboy teams from Australia and New Zealand. Team. The 2nd V, under Liam Andrews (SAC 2010), won all Summer Review five games in Term 4 2011 but could only win one game in 2012 to finish second overall in their unofficial competition. Basketball The 9A’s, under Tom Wright (SAC 2006) were the big improvers this season. Tom is also doing very well with his Uin second placing behind Trinity Grammar School in the performed well this season and it was encouraging to seeown basketball, playing with the Sydney Kings. All A teamsnder coach Dom Pelosi (SAC 2000), our 1st V finished CAS competition. The team won seven of the ten CAS games our new Year 7s so successful in their first year in the Senior and were unlucky not to win the other three matches. The 1st School. V lost to Trinity Grammar School by one point when playing A number of Old Boys were involved in coaching away in the first round! Their best win of the season was throughout the ranks, including Tom Mueller (SAC 2010), against Knox Grammar School (84-39) which was also the Dom Krslovic (SAC 2011), Conor Noone (SAC 2009), memorial game for the former 1st V basketballer Tom Doolan Lachlan Thomas (SAC 2009), Peter Walsh (SAC 2010), (SAC 2010) who was tragically killed in an accident in Michael Suffield (SAC 2008), Tom Hundleby (SAC 2010) London in November 2011 whilst on a Gap Year. As a mark and Tim Duncan (SAC 2010). Sportsmaster and MIC of respect for Tom who embodied everything an Aloysian of Basketball, Mr Sinclair Watson was instrumental in should be and who played in the 1st V for two years, Fr Chris organising what was a very successful season. Middleton SJ sanctioned that no other 1st V basketballer would wear the number 7 singlet again. Cricket In CAS selections, six boys were chosen for the three It was with eager anticipation that we awaited this coming CAS Teams, which was the best representation from any cricket season. With nine boys returning to the 1st XI and The winning Australian Jesuit Schools Cricket Team. St Aloysius’ College A Jesuit School for Boys _ Founded 1879 a l oy s i a d / page 47


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