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team consisting of Liam Thomson (Year 11), Matt Flaherty The team was coached by staff member Ms Jen Zongor. The (Year 11), Seam Thomson (Year 10) and Jackson Scott (Year 2nd VI too were placed third in their unofficial competition, 11) won the event. Individually Liam Thomson was placed under coach Mr Mark Gair. Old Boy and NSW Volleyball second (behind the winner Graeme Brewers’ son!!), Sean player Ben Lalic (SAC 2011) refereed most home games. Thomson sixth, Jackson Scott fourteenth and Matt Flaherty forty-second. The second team consisting of Year 9 students Waterpolo well, coming second in the Schools Category. Tseason, winning all matches except for the gamehe 1st VII Waterpolo team has another outstanding Milo Ryan, Matthew McKeon and Max Hampton swam against Newington College. The 1st VII finished runners Tennis up to Newington in the GPS/CAS competition but were Ain the CAS competition this season. The team had wins the team beat St Ignatius’ College Riverview 7-6 to claimthe leading CAS school. In the final game of the season,new look 1st V Tennis Team finished the closest of fifths over Cranbrook and Trinity Grammar School and were second placing. As mentioned, the team competed in the captained by Scott Murray (Year 12). Scott Murray, Patrick Trans-Tasman Tournament in Melbourne but lost the final to Furlong (Year 12) and Tom Goh (Year 12) were chosen to the hosts, Melbourne High School. The team went through represent the CAS. undefeated in earlier rounds, beating Newington College In December 2011, the College hosted the Australian and a number of New Zealand schools. During the season, Jesuit Schools Carnival at Tennis Cove. As mentioned, the Ciaran Wolohan (Year 12) represented Australian Schools team was successful in winning the carnival again with the against New Zealand Schools. The 1st VII and 2nd VII host school, St Ignatius’ College Riverview, being runners were very well coached by Old Boys Michael de Gail up. Three of our team were selected in the Australian Jesuit (SAC 2010) and Mark Sindone (SAC 2009). Schools Team including Harry Kelleher, Matt Rowland and Apart from the 1st VII, our other most successful team Ben Lalic, all of whom were in Year 12 last year. was the 14’s, coached by parent Mr Ross Dembeki. They Over the season, all age groups had their share of success. won all but two games and are certainly the future of Aloys The College won over 50% of games in every fixture. waterpolo. Edoardo Fumagalli (Year 8) was selected in the Under 14 NSW Squad whilst Year 7 boys Oscar Ryan, Volleyball Harry Scott and Sam Russell were picked in the Under Tthis year. The team beat both Knox Grammar School and competed in the Australian Under 14 Club Championships13 NSW Development Squad. Sean O’Shea (Year 8)he 1st VI finished a creditable third in the CAS competition Waverley College in both rounds. Trinity Grammar School in Perth. Two other Old Boys, Alex Crouch (SAC 2009) again went through the season undefeated. Captain Ben and Ben Klarich (SAC 2009) were involved in coaching in Crumpton (Year 12) was the stand out player in the team. the 16s this year. The winning Australian Jesuit Schools Tennis Team. St Aloysius’ College A Jesuit School for Boys _ Founded 1879 a l oy s i a d / page 49


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