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senior school sport (cont'd) Chess 16As David Telfer (SAC 2006), 16Bs Ciaran Macwhite Tyears, finishing third overall amongst CAS schools. Boys Chowdry (SAC 2010) and Cameron Simmonds (SAC(SAC 2010) and Jack Grant (SAC 2010), 16Cs Kieranhe College had its best season in this activity for many in senior, intermediate and juniors all had wins at various 2010), 15As Tim Rowland (SAC 2009), 15Bs Ryan times. Year 12 student Frederic Giannone captained the Cohn (SAC 2004), 15Cs Nic Mulcahy (SAC 2010) and Seniors. Staff member Mr Ian Walton was a keen MIC and Michael de Gail (SAC 2010), 14Bs Josh Rickard-Ford host for all CAS fixtures which are played here on site. (SAC 2009), 14Cs Will Thompson (SAC 2010), 14Cs James Comerford (SAC 2010), 13s Alex Er (SAC 2009), Other Sports 2010) and 13s Lachlan Viney (SAC 2010).13s Ed Green (SAC 2011), 13s Tom Hundleby (SAC Athletics: Liam Gorman (Year 8) represented NSW Athletics at the National Championships. Football Ballroom Dancing: Cameron May (Year 9) won two gold The 1st XI this season will be coached by Mr Jason Eagar. medals in two divisions at Opens level at the East Coast Mr Eagar was the coach of the Northern Tigers in Classic National Dancesport Championships. 2010 when they won the Super Leagues Championships. Fencing: Lachlan Fitzgerald (Year 11) represented Australia He replaces Mr Nico Aguilera, who will coach the 9As this season. The College Director of Football, Mr Gary at the Junior Commonwealth Championships. Emmanuel McGinnis has moved to Coffs Harbour and has been Lapitan (Year 9) represented NSW at Nationals. He replaced by former 1st XI Coach, Mr David Comito, who is won bronze at Nationals and bronze in the Roberta Nutt Fencing Championships. now on the staff of the College. Like rugby, many Old Boys will be involved in coaching this season including the 3rd XI Football: Jonathan Curulli (Year 8) played for NSW City Callum Pendleton (SAC 2007), 10Ds Ben Carrozzi (SAC team in the National Futsal Championships. 2009), 9Bs Jonathon Coolientianos (SAC 2009), 9Cs Judo: Kiernan Tafft (Year 8) was selected for the NSW team William Austin-Cray (SAC 2011), 8Bs Alex Emery (SAC following placings at the NSW Judo Championships and 2011), 8Cs Brendan Murphy (SAC 2011) and Lachlan ACT Open Judo titles. Murphy (SAC 2011), 7Bs Dom Krslovic (SAC 2011) and Surf Life Saving: At the NSW Surf Life Saving Championships 7Cs Andrew Bartolotta (SAC 2011). held at Kingscliff, Conor Mulcahy (Year 9) representing the Manly Club, won gold along with fellow club member 2012 CAS Rugby and Football Fixtures Simon Cooper (Year 9) in the Under 14 Beach Sprint Relay. Saturday 28 April v St Pius X College (away) Conor also received bronze along with Chris Ducklin (Year Saturday 5 May v Cranbrook (home) 9) in the Under 15s First aid Competition. Chris Ducklin Saturday 12 May v Trinity Grammar School (home) had also been announced as Junior Life Saver of the Year earlier in the year. Chris is a member of the Manly Surf Saturday 19 May v Barker College (away) Club. Joe Mastrangelo (Year 12) and brother Steven (Year Saturday 26 May v Knox Grammar School (away) 10) represented North Steyne SLSC with great success. Saturday 2 June v Waverley College (home) Steven came second in the Under 15 Champion Life Saver whilst Joe was placed fourth in the Under 17 Champion Saturday 16 June v Trinity Grammar School (away) Life Saver events. Both brothers competed together in the Saturday 21 July v Barker College (home) First Aid event and were placed fifth. Oliver Sims (Year 8), Saturday 28 July v Knox Grammar School (home) representing Queenscliff SLSC, was placed second in the Saturday 4 August v Waverley College (away) Under 13 surf teams and fifth in the individual swim event. For Freshwater SLSC, Jonathon Curulli (Year 8) was placed Saturday 11 August v Cranbrook (away) in the Board relay and Cameron relay events. Matthew Mr Paul Rowland (SAC 1973) Jepson (Year 12) was placed third in the Open Belt race at Director of Co-Curricula the NSW State Surf titles. Five Reasons to Support The Blue Winter Sport Preview and Gold Athletics Team Rugby 1. The Blue and Gold Athletics Team has produced some TMr Michael Taylor (SAC 1985) and new external coach the history of the CAS. Two such athletes were Luke Gormanoutstanding athletes and seen incredible performances overhe 1st XV will be coached by Old Boy and staff member Mr Stuart Lundie, who is an ex-Norths’ Rugby coach. Mr (Year 9) and William Austin-Cray (SAC 2011) who broke Greg Austin remains as Rugby Director. There are a number long standing College records competing in the 2011 of Old Boys involved in coaching including the 2nd XV season. Jeremy Curtin (SAC 2003) and Jordan Dolce (SAC 2004), William pulled off the remarkable feat of winning the St Aloysius’ College A Jesuit School for Boys _ Founded 1879 a l oy s i a d / page 50


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