Aquinas College midfield coach Lucas Fielding highlighted the contributions of a couple of unsung heroes, while a school captain racked up a season-high 47 possessions.
Scotch College left it late to overcome an improved Hale School by 20 points and keep their unbeaten start to the season rolling, with Aquinas and Guildford also prevailing in round eight.
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A pair of athletic talls with basketball backgrounds impressed in the State 17s trial match at Joondalup on Saturday ahead of the national carnival opener against South Australia this month.
One Scotch College Max booted eight majors and another chimed in with five against Guildford, while Aquinas had their midfield and key defender to thank for a big win over Hale.
High-flying Hale School forward Dane Biglin is building quite the highlights reel this season.
Hale, who host Aquinas, will be one of the hardest hit with ruckman Alex Condon, Fremantle Next Generation Academy speedster Conrad Williams and silky-skilled leader Sam Gilbey missing.
A pair of State 17s squad members and a WA 19s hopeful starred in round six of PSA footy action, including one 28-possession, five-goal performance.
Aquinas College captain Corey Warner says his team can challenge the all-conquering Scotch College for this year’s Alcock Cup.
Aquinas College shook off a slow start to get the better of Guildford Grammar by 35 points at Memorial Oval today.
The PSA will acknowledge the AFL’s Sir Doug Nicholls Round this weekend with student-designed jerseys and pre-game welcome to country and smoking ceremonies. Check out all seven designs
You’ll struggle to find a better individual stat line than Aquinas College captain Corey Warner’s against Wesley on Saturday. He wasn’t the only younger brother of an AFL footballer to impress.
Jordan McArdle and Mitchell Woodcock
The State 17s squad faced East Fremantle colts at Leederville Oval during this month’s WAFL bye weekend with a number of 2022 and 2023 AFL draft prospects catching the eye.
As Josh Cripps making a significant step in his rehabilitation from a serious knee injury, East Fremantle colts coach Adrian Ricciardello looks forward to him combining with fellow tall Jack Williams.
Scotch College coach Steve Malaxos says his side is still learning how to be the hunted after the defending Alcock Cup champions kept their unbeaten start to 2021 intact.
Scotch College continued their unbeaten start to their Alcock Cup defence, but needed a fourth quarter burst to defeat a depleted Christ Church by 26 points at James Battye Oval today.
Christ Church will welcome back skipper Angus Sheldrick from State 19s duties for the all-important PSA clash against reigning Alcock Cup champions Scotch College at Battye Oval.
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