What a week-end we just had! It started early with a huge Friday night Under Lights on Knox 1 and concluded from a Sport point of view on Saturday afternoon at 5.30pm.

I would like to acknowledge though, that for many of the students it did not conclude until approximately lunch-time on Sunday with the ANZAC Day service and parade. I would like to congratulate all students involved whether it be spectating, playing sport or on Sunday at ANZAC, this was a big weekend and students still had to complete all homework and study.

I would like to make special mention of the Tech Crew who set up on Thursday, again on Friday, and manned the cameras and scoreboards on Friday night and again on Saturday afternoon. These boys quietly go about their business and I would like to thank them for all their efforts.

The Friday evening Football went exceptionally well, with the first ever Knox Football versus Barker 1sts and 2nds “Under Lights” on Knox 1. The teams were successful in winning both games, but just as importantly was the support they received from their fellow students with the stands full and many spectators around the sides. This was done again on Saturday afternoon and I hope all involved enjoyed both the evening and the day.

On the Saturday it was great to see students competing hard in the right attire and acknowledging both the opposition and referees. I ask that we continue the way we have started this term, for the rest of term, and ensure that we continue to set standards for others to follow. I congratulate the 4 Knox students who have been selected in the NSW Waterpolo teams as this is a fantastic achievement. I also congratulate the 4 footballers who have been selected for the CAS team to compete at the CIS Championships next week and wish them all the best.

This week sees the Lawn Bowls boys compete against Waverley and I know they will enjoy the competition.

Finally, again thank you to all for last week-end and good luck this coming one.
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'Just play. Have fun. Enjoy the game.'
Michael Jordan

AFL

Mr Joey Britton, MIC AFL

14A VS Waverley
The 14A team were keen to bounce back after a surprise loss last week against Riverview.
The team started well and looked sharp from the outset. Jude Yates was dominate in the midfield and broke through Waverley's tackles with ease to get the ball into the forward line. Jayllen Naganayagam kicking several goals to take Knox out to an early lead. Will Blackburn was immense across half back in the second quarter and stopped many Waverley attacks. Waverley were unable to gain any control of the game. Fraser Goldthorpe and Dom Goddard were strong on the wings and Kale Gabila's skills in the midfield were a highlight of the Knox attack. The team continued to dominate Waverley in every area of the ground and ran away with the game comprehensively. 
Knox 118 Defeated Waverley 2
Best Players: Jude Yates, Kale Gabila, Liam Puncher, Will Blackburn, Jayllen Naganayagam and Will Shortis.

14B Black 
Knox Black took on Waverley seeking to build on momentum from last weeks performance. Knox started slowly with Waverley kicking the first two goals but grew into the contest kicking the next four goals of the quarter. The turnaround started in the middle thanks to Daniel Brading’s great clearances, Ashton Smith winning almost every ruck tap and Charlie Hennessey stopping their clearance momentum. Knox finished the game the stronger of the two running out clear winners with excellent work from Henry Barnes down back along with Rhett Masters and Jay Mace. The forward line worked well keeping the ball locked in for long periods of time as a result of the tackling pressure of Josh Laing, Lachie Donaldson and Baxter Wilson. The midfield worked hard all day and was helped from the run provided from Dom Goddard and Owen Lees.
Knox B Black 78 defeated Waverley 18
Goals: Daniel Brading 3, Josh Laing 2, Charlie Hennessey 2, Robbie Ritchie, Baxter Wilson, Lachie Donaldson
Best Players : Daniel Brading, Lachie Donaldson, Charlie Hennessey, Ashton Smith and Josh Laing.

14 B Blue
Knox showed great determination against both Riverview sides over the weekend participating in a three way round robin. The team showed great courage, going hard at the football and winning the contests. Knox won the ball throughout the midfield and also were able to get the ball into the forward line with ease and kicking some fantastic goals.  Some standout performances from Aleksy Ginovic, Carlton Hogan, Severin Fairfax and Jack Smith helped the side to gain control in the midfield and around the ground to win both games.
Knox B Blue 
Defeated Riverview Blue 29-20 and Riverview White 25-12.
Best Players: Aleksy Ginovic, Carlton Hogan, Jack Smith and Severin Fairfax.

16 Blue
The Under 16 blue side started strong against Trinity kicking the first two goals of the match. Unfortunately inaccuracy in front of goal was the story of the day for Knox. With many opportunities sadly wasted due to missed shots and rushed goal kicking.  In saying that the other elements of the game were very pleasing, with great work from the midfield and the backline. Braeden Campbell, James Roffe and Henry Smith the pick of the midfield. Jesse Cavanough was strong down back and Mitch Parker led well and was versatile in a number of positions.
Trinity 78 Defeated Knox Blue 22
Goals: Henry Smith, Zayne Hookham
Best Players : Henry Smith, Braeden Campbell, James Roffe, Mitch Parker, Jesse Cavanough and Jordan Moses.
 
16 Black
Saturday saw a tough clash for the Under 16s Black team, with injuries taking a toll on the team it was some of the newcomers who had to rise up to the occasion. Aiden Robertson and Josh Officer played hard all day through the ruck while Chris Palser showed great potential in the first half. Ethan Ravenhall provided great run out of defence alongside Lachlan Dowling’s contested possessions. Though at the end of the day the great efforts from the team wasn’t enough to overcome a strong Waverley side.
Waverley 108 defeated Knox 30
Goals: Isaac Selvarajah 2, Chris Palser, Josh Officer
Best Players: Ethan Ravenhall, Isaac Selvarajah, Josh Officer, Lachlan Dowling, Jack Bregenhoj and Chris Palser.
 
1st XVIII
 After a narrow loss last week the 1sts were determined to get their first win of the season. Waverley looked up for the challenge and kicked the first two goals of the game. However Knox began to fight back strong and started to ascend control of the game. Campbell Saddington kicking 4 first quarter goals to take Knox to a strong lead at quarter time. Good midfield play from Josh Tighe and dominance in the ruck from Harry White helped Knox to continue their ascendency. The second and third quarter were much the same story with Knox making their possessions count all over the ground and translating this into scoring opportunities.
A late fightback from Waverley was not enough to stop a fast finishing 1sts side. Luke Parks putting in a fantastic second half effort to be amongst the best players and Tom Kite and Jasper Jackson strong in the backline. Harry Parker also took some strong marks in the forward half.
Overall it was a very pleasing performance from the Firsts side who have continued their improvement.
Knox 111 Defeated Waverley 50
Best Players: Harry White, Luke Parks, Josh Tighe, Harry Parker, Connor McFadden and Campbell Saddington.
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Cross Country

Saturday saw the cross country machine roll out to Sydney Park for the only chance to race on the CAS Championship venue prior to the end of the season.
Once again the Junior boys got the day off to a great start, with Sam Rockliff taking line honours and Mitch Westhuizen close behind in 3rd.  
Angus Matthews continued to improve.  
In the Under 16’s Henry Partridge and Jackson Croker had solid days with both of them finishing in the top 20 and Aiden Kumarasinghe had another strong race finishing 60th.  
Kent Felton in the Opens had a great start and opening lap before having a day that can best be described as an experience gainer.
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Fencing

This week point work exercises were undertaken to enable focus and accuracy in landing hits. The boys enjoyed challenging each other to see who had the best accuracy as well as the best footwork.

There were also focusing exercises in which pairs of boys practised their coordination and speed.  During bouting the rule of "covering target" was discussed. "Covering target" is a natural instinct to protect your body from hits but it also exposes the arm to off-target hits. It also attracts a yellow card penalty as it prevents your opponent from landing hits on the torso. The boys put this rule into practise during swordplay.

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Football

Mr Steve Roche, MIC Football

Football Success
The following outstanding players have been selected into the CAS football team to compete at the CIS Championships:

Matthew Lee – Year 12

Nicholas Gongolidis – Year 12

Hugo Forlico – Year 11

Lachlan Hemphill – Year 12

Play on!

CAS Round 2 2016 Vs Barker

Round 2 kicked off with Friday Night Football Knox vs Barker. The ground lit up not just by the lights, but also the 4000 strong crowd and the quality of football on display. Knox 1st X1 provided head coach Kai Lammert, and the crowd, with a game to remember for years to come, defeating Barker 3-1 in a disciplined team effort under pressure from a class opposition and a record crowd.   A very strong Barker side just couldn’t match the physically and mentally prepared Knox side, with every player giving 100% for their teammates. Goals to Lee, Harrick, and Forlico were the rewards for a great team performance and some classy counter attacking play. A win for the Knox 2nd X1 sees them in top spot on the ladder by goal difference after defeating Barker 4-1. 

The remaining open’s teams all suffered defeats this week, but will be looking to bounce back against Waverley next week.

The 10A’s provided themselves, and onlookers, with an absolutely cracking game of football to introduce us to our new initiative Feature Game of the Week. Barker scored early and looked well on top heading toward half time, then with 2 minutes to go before the break, the unthinkable happened. In an effort to clear a cross over the line for a corner, a young man who will remain nameless connected so sweetly with his head that the ball rocketed into the top corner of the net to boost Barker’s advantage to 2-0 going into the break. Having been slightly out-muscled in the first half, the Knox boys rallied in the second and started to match it with Barker in the physicality stakes. Reward soon followed when Sam Chapman put the ball in the back of Barker’s net after a goalmouth scramble. The momentum appeared to have swung Knox’s way when Chapman scored his second of the day, the result of maintaining possession and wrestling the upper hand in the match. The game looked destined for a draw, with the scores locked at 2-2 and less than a minute remaining. With 30 seconds to go defender Oliver Scott did his best impersonation of a Barclay’s Premier League player when he beat three Barker defenders on a run down the sideline. Upon reaching the top of the box, he showed pure class with a chip over the keeper’s head to seal the victory in a hard fought match. The performance is a testament to the perseverance and determination of this side, who showed a lot of character to come back from 2 nil down in the first half.

This week was a successful one for Year 10, with the 10B’s maintaining their position atop the ladder, while so too the D’s, E’s, F’s, and G’s all recorded fairly comfortable wins. The 10C’s were unfortunate to be at the wrong side of the ledger in a 2-1 defeat, but will take plenty from the match and come back next week wiser for the experience. 
A good week for Year 9 was on display, with the 9D’s scoring 5 goals and only conceding 1, with goals to H. Morgan, A. Pemberton, D. Se, W. Coe, and C. Oliver and an outstanding performance from J. Jenkins. The 9E’s also spread their goals among the team with J. Chatterton, C. Sargent, S. Ringose, and E. Denton all forcing their names onto the scoresheet, while J. Hunter’s performance also warranted mention. The 9A’s and B’s scored their first wins of the season, and The C’s also ticked the box in the win column. 

Year 8 had a big scoring week hitting the back of the net 22 times across 6 games. Zac Thomas scored 4 goals while representing 8H in their 5-0 victory, while Jonah Nethercott scored himself a hat trick in The 8E’s 4-0 win. Henry Hill and Clive Marolt scored a brace each in the 8C’s high scoring win of 7-3. The 8D’s recorded a 4-1 victory with Duncan Thomson also scoring a double. The 8B’s were defeated 3-1 this week, but should still be able to draw confidence from last week. Rounding out Year 8 is the 8A’s who had a 1-1 draw this week in a hotly contested match.

The 7A’s were unfortunate to go down in a close game 1-0, while the 7G’s experienced a character building loss of 4-1, but both squads can take plenty their matches and come back stronger in the coming weeks. The 7D’s showed all the qualities of what it means to represent Knox in a thrilling 3-2 victory. In a game where defence vacated the pitch for attack, the 7B’s came away with the win in a 10 goal entertainer 6-4. The 7C’s, 7E’s, and 7F’s all experienced good wins with solid all-round performances. It is looking like another season of goals, goals and more goals for the year 7’s, which promises to be entertaining!
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House Basketball

Alex Selvarajah, Year 12

Senior House
To kick start term 2’s house sport competition, Week 2 hosted the annual house basketball event starting with the seniors.

The games went from Tuesday to Friday indulging in healthy and competitive basketball between all houses and support was shown from boys of all ages enjoying and cheering for their houses. 

Unlike previous years, this year’s competition showed no signs of favourite’s between the houses as each house fought hard and spirited to earn their progression to the next stage. Gillespie House managed to conjure their way to the final game by only winning each of their games by a mere few points. 

Turnbull House also managed to grasp a position into the finale of the senior house competition with Matt Horsley knocking down a clutch free throw after the siren to win in the semi finals. 

The final game saw the two 1st V Knox Basketball Co-Captains facing off in their respective houses, which was a game that showed ultimate sportsmanship, enjoyment and respect.  With an onslaught of spectators viewing the game, both houses pushed their limits as the game’s result relied on the final minutes. Gillespie house succeeded in acquiring the lead with Yoshi Ikeuchi hitting two back-to-back three pointers allowing Gillespie house to gain a lead, which could not be caught by Turnbull house, resulting in Gillespie house being the winners of the 2016 Senior House Basketball Competition. 

Junior House

To follow the gallant efforts of the senior house men, Week 3 captivated a young and enthusiastic junior house basketball competition for 2016.  All the teams exhibited healthy House pride and spirit setting a positive tone and as the younger boys of the school were supported by the seniors. 

The competition showed to be very different to the previous week’s senior basketball as Reid House and McKenzie House displayed tremendous talent and proved their dominance on the court, achieving large margin victories over their opponents. The two favourites, after winning all their games against valiant oppositions, progressed into the final game.  A game viewed by many, the talents of the two teams was on showcase for the school to watch. 

As McKenzie house’s Matt Steele was the only junior boy to play 1st V Basketball, he posed a big threat to Reid house and resulted in a great matchup. The game was very equal, with lead changes occurring every two minutes. The second half involved a repeat of the senior house basketball finals with a heroic effort from Reid house and especially the rumoured ‘Steph Curry’ of junior house basketball, skilfully hitting multiple three pointers throughout the final minutes. This was too much for McKenzie house and saw to the cheerful Reid house side. The junior competition flaunted the supportive structure house spirit and competition can have between junior boys and senior boys as all ages gathered round to cheer on their house and show interest into an entertaining and joyful house event.

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Rugby

2016 Rugby Supporters' Fundraising Lunch
Friday 3 June 2016, 12pm-3pm

2016 Rugby Supporters' Fundraising Lunch 2016 Rugby Supporters' Fundraising Lunch (377 KB)



CAS Competition
On a glorious autumn day Knox played Barker in the second round of the CAS competition. A good crowd filled the grandstand at Knox 1 in anticipation of a traditionally intense match that only a Knox v Barker clash produces.  On this occasion the Knox 1st XV produced a wonderful performance defeating Barker 43 – 3.  The organization and structure of the Knox attack overwhelmed the Barker defence and some magnificent tries were scored. Tom Woodcock at five eighth looked composed and assured as he directed the team around the field. Leo Bosch appeared comfortable fulfilling his role as halfback and on this performance has massive potential. Big Hugh Margin was forceful and his mobility and work rate a feature in a dominant effort. Without doubt, all players contributed to this fine performance but also impressive were Nicholas Frost and James Armstrong in perhaps their best performances of the season. 

Next Saturday Knox plays Waverley and they will no doubt provide a worthy challenge. 

The Opens age group remained undefeated on the day with the 2nd XV, 3rd XV, 4th XV and 5th XV all recording fine wins against Barker while the 6th XV drew with St Joseph’s College 10th XV and 7th XV won their match against St Ignatius College 10th XV.

The U16’s are an age group well worth watching. There exists a great level of commitment and passion within each and every team.  The 16A’s were relentless in defence to shut out Barker, resulting in a tough 13 – 0 win while the performance of the other four teams demonstrated a strong resolve to give of their best. The 16B’s, 16C’s and 16D’s all had fine wins against Barker while the 16E’s produced an admirable effort in their loss to St Joseph’s College. The U13’s continue to impress. The seven teams have a fantastic approach and they are developing their rugby well. Overall, Knox won fifteen on the eighteen matches played with Barker on what was a genuinely good day of rugby.




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Squash

Mr Eric van Arkkels, MIC Squash

Knox 1st had a bye this week. Knox 2nds won 3-0 over Northmead.


F Hellen Ford continues to lead and inspire his 1st team mates with a dominant win working his opponent all over the court giving him no opportunity to settle into the game.   B Close set the tempo early with some quality back of court shots giving his opponent no time to respond.

R Rattan gave the 2nds a clean sweep with so well weighted back hand drives – well done!  

Knox 3 won  3-0 over Barker 1.  Led by K Tse who played some hard fought rallies but still managed to keep his composure to win in 5 sets. N Huang now back into training was too strong for his opponent with some well placed back hand drives. E Xie played a well structured match with his opponent not giving up, showing skill and patience to close the game. Some entertaining rallies played by all.

Knox 5  won 2-1 over Briars 5.    P Koch started well with some well placed fore hand drives but found it hard dealing with his Briars back of court plays which seemed to unsettle him slightly.  But to his credit, he continued varying his plays without success losing his last game 16-17.  What was most pleasing to see was Peters’ sportsmanship - always opening the door for his opponent as they left the court.  E Bakker played a very disciplined game varying his shots giving his opponent no time to settle.  Z Partridge newly back from injury settled straight into the game with some hard hitting serves giving his opponent little chance to compete.

Knox 7  won 3-0 over Barker 6.   T Ballinger set the tempo for his team working hard chasing every ball and focusing on his strengths. O Ellard continued the team form working the court controlling the play early on.  R Deshpande playing his second match had the mind set to frustrate his opponent with his varying plays winning comfortably.
 
Knox 12 won 2-1 over Barker 10.  J Merhi found his hard hitting opponent challenging, but all credit to Jesse he adapted to fight back in his last game 12-15. A Lin Lacy fought hard and played some well placed back of court shots and cross court drives.  E  Albany playing his second game got straight into dominating from the first ball with some quality back and forth hand shots.

Knox 13 won  3-0 over Barker 11.  Commitment to training is helping Rishi Deshpande find his momentum early in sets, playing short drops followed by back of court drives and his ability to cover the court makes him a strong competitor. E Sutton giving nothing away, with some well placed back hand shots and cross court plays moved his opponent around the court with ease. J Harris continued with his improving form playing well placed back of court plays and also never giving up chasing every ball. 

Knox 14 won 2-1 over Barker 12.    W Wells playing a 5 setter with some hard fought rallies just losing the last game 13--15. O Rady in another 5 setter got his second wind chasing hard in the last game to win 15--8. F Bryant set the pace early varying his plays this enabled Flynn to control his sets with some quality shots.

Knox 16 2-0 over Briars 7.   B Cheng also playing a 5 setter found his opponent a worthy competitor with countless rallies Brian worked the back of the court in his last proving to give him the edge. E Albany continues to improve working the court with some well placed back and forth hand plays.  

Knox 17  2-1 0ver Northmead 2.   O Bendrien started well with some well played boasts but found it hard returning back hand shots which unsettled Oliver as he tried to fight back.  Eraly days – keep  your head up – training pays off!  L Gee identified his opponents weaker plays early varying his shots to his advantage very tactical game.  B Firth also shows patience in looking to play the back of court shots and forcing his opponent into the corners enabling Ben to dominate front of court. 
Knox 19 – a 1-2 loss against Knox 18.  Very competitive matches from both these teams and some quality rallies, hard chasing of every shot by all along with back of court drives made for a good start to the morning well done!   W Studdert, A Pan Cassin,   J Andrews, T Kellaway, S Suresh,  E Bowen. 

Knox 20  - a 1-2 loss against  Barker 14 .  T Osullivan was not able to settle into his game, and  although Tom  tried some front of court boasts and drives without success -  to his credit Tom never stopped trying . W Zheng also had a tough opponent but credit to Willis he tried to return every serve  A Barker had a strong game focusing on his drops and back of court plays to go on and win his game .
 
To all the Knox Squash Teams - Well Played

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Tennis

Mr Ben Higgins, MIC Tennis

Saturday 14 May saw Knox take on Barker at temporary home venue Turramurra Park. The 1st team played a fairly solid day of tennis doing enough to win 7-1 overall. Unfortunately dropping a set due to a lack of concentration in our doubles.
Hugo La Hei played a very professional day of Tennis in both singles and doubles and showed great respect to his opponents. 

The 2nd team were too strong for their team this time winning 8-0 with some great play by Lachlan Walker who dominated his opponent in the singles. The 3rd team won well 6-0 with some great tennis played by Joel Sved. The 4th team won 5-1 overall dropping only 1 set in the doubles. The 5th team also won 5-1, whilst the 6th team won 6-0 with a great team performance.

The 10A team had a close battle winning 3.5 – 2.5 with a clinical performance by Bruce Farquharson and William Wang to win 6-0 in their doubles. The B team also had a great match with both teams pushing for the win, but Knox won on count back by 3 games overall. The C team won well 4-2 whilst the D team found things a little too tough losing 0-6 overall. The E team played an internal match at Morona Avenue.

The Year 9 teams were the most clinical I’ve seen them play not losing a single set. Teams A-D all won 6-0 with only 21 games overall between the 4 teams. Special mention to Harry Wagstaff on a great performance in both singles and doubles as well as Lachlan Fraser on good wins also. Teams 9E and F played an internal competition at Regimental Park with some great tennis played by the boys who are all improving each week.

The Year 8A and B team both won comfortably 6-0 with some strong tennis played by Luke Rowbottom and Oscar Wang. The C and D teams both won 5-1 with some outstanding tennis played by William Choi. The E and F team played a friendly match against Trinity this week with the E team losing 2-4 in a well contested match. The F team won by 2 games to split the two sides with some solid tennis played by Ken Kawaura in both singles and doubles. Teams G- J all played an internal competition at Regimental Park with the boys working hard for higher positions in the teams.

The 7A team won well 6-0 overall with a solid doubles performance by Avinash Mirando and Cohen Rinas. The B team won 4-2 with a great singles win by Thomas Johnston to battle hard and win the match. The C and D team played Trinity in a friendly fixture with the C team losing 2-4 whilst the D team winning 4-2 with Joshua Caspari making his debut for the D team and won 6-1 in his singles in an outstanding performance. Teams E- G played an internal competition at Regimental Park with the boys also working hard to improve and further their individual skills. 

Overall it was a solid weekend of tennis for the Knox boys winning 95% of matches against Barker which is our highest ever percentage against Barker. Well done to all of the boys with such a professional approach to the matches.
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Water Polo

Mr Mark McNamara, MIC Water Polo

2016 Pan Pacific Youth Festival in Auckland, New Zealand - 9-13 July 2016
Great news - four Knox boys have been selected in NSW Water Polo teams for 2016. A first for Water Polo at the school and rewards the efforts of students and coaches.

Effort equals reward for the players, who have all been very dedicated to the task. This is the best achievement Knox Water Polo have ever had since the inception of the sport at the school.

The students competing at the Pan Pacific Youth Festival in Auckland in July are:  

Antonio Matruglio Knox 15A team – Born 2001 NSW Platypus – Showing speed and skill throughout the year for Knox and Club, Antonio caps off a fine year being selected as part of the NSW team for born 2001.

Nicholas Trobec Knox 15A team – Born 2001 NSW Platypus - After an impressive year for Knox and the Sydney University Club where Nicholas was leading goal scorer in the metropolitan and school competitions, Nicholas has been recognised in the position of Centre Back, Centre Forward.

Kevin Zhang  Knox 1sts –  Born 2000 Waratahs - Showing his dynamic speed and finesse Kevin has made the 2000 Waratahs as a key outside Driver. The Waratahs will be looking for more of that speed in counterattacks.  

Alex Trobec Knox 1sts – Combined NSW Blues – Well done to Alex where his game awareness, speed and strength shone through at the recent state championships and have made him a key part of the NSW Blues team and making the team as a utility covering a number of positions.  

Good luck to all!
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Sport Wet Weather Information

Wet Weather Information
Prep: 9901 7982
Senior: 9901 7701
Online: Download the 'Prep Skoolbag' or 'Senior School Skoolbag app' - search 'Knox Grammar' in the app store
Sport fixtures are advertised on the fixture schedule on the Knox Portal.

These fixtures can change due to many factors and changes after 3pm on Fridays due to wet weather, cancellations or forfeits will be advertised on the sports info website and wet weather number. 
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Boarder Travel to Sport

Any boarder who needs assistance with travel arrangements to each Saturdays sport should check with their coach to assist in arranging transport.
Where this has not been successful then students should check with their housemaster to assist with arrangements.
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No Dogs Allowed Policy

To improve safety of the students and visitors to the school, we have a No Dogs Allowed policy. Dogs are prohibited, leashed or unleashed, on school grounds, unless they are assistance dogs, security patrol dogs or police dogs.

Dogs may not be brought onto any Knox Grammar School property, including the Prep and Senior School campuses and all playing fields, including Curagul and Gillespie Fields.

Signage has been installed and our Security Team has been asked to let parents and carers know that we are a dog-free school. If you bring a dog onto school property, you may be approached by the School's Security Team and asked to leave.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding on this safety initiative.

Mouthguards

It is school policy that we recommend all students wear mouthguards for training and games for AFL, Football and Rugby.

Coaches have been asked to check that students have them as training will be modified if they do not have them.  


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