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Hi all,

St Pauls Old Scholars Soccer Club is looking for anyone who would like to join our club to participate in the Collegiate Soccer League in the 2015 season.

Please register your interest through the following link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Q7WLMZF

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St Pauls Old Scholars Soccer Club.

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Cue Hawkesy.
I logged in as someone else yesterday.

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How long have you guys been around? I'm sure you could get quite a handy side out if you had all former students at your disposal!

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The 2015 will be our first season. As for the squad I hope you're right Ernie!

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Always did wonder what was stopping St. Paul's as they've had an old scholars egg ball team for at least 20 years. I know when I was there soccer was a naughty word, and the pinnacle of achievement was to be awarded your 1st xviii Guernsey in front of the whole school. :lol:
Good luck with it all.

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Any names being thrown around yet....that may be coming out??

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Is St Pauls the school at Gilles Plains?
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Hi guys,

No names will be thrown around, although i did see a form submitted by zlatan ibrahimovic but not sure he's going to have enough time to make practice sessions that's all. So i guess you'll just have to come to pre-season to find out! and yes Panther, the school is in Gilles Plains.

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Black_Panther wrote:Is St Pauls the school at Gilles Plains?

yes

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I always loved tackling Shanahan and Rogowski as hard as I could during the student teachers game....and if I could get a crack and Lurch ( Inge ) before he swung at me, that was always a good thing

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Awesome!

I have played in the Collegiate League for a long time. It's a good comp and it's always good to have new teams.

Good luck getting everything together for next year!

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Worthless Gobemouche wrote:I always loved tackling Shanahan and Rogowski as hard as I could during the student teachers game....and if I could get a crack and Lurch ( Inge ) before he swung at me, that was always a good thing
How about Lynchy...
Ah, Mr Cooksey, tuck your shirt in
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Rookie wrote:
Black_Panther wrote:Is St Pauls the school at Gilles Plains?

yes
That's the one. The one where all the posh boys used to come on a weekend and cabernet themselves.

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Never understood why st micks never had a team either

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So will this be Adelaide Youngstars new name

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Ernie Cooksey

That's the one. The one where all the posh boys used to come on a weekend and cabernet themselves.



yea...cause all the St Pauls boys are hard core!!!!! :wink: :lol:

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Euromaiden wrote:Never understood why st micks never had a team either
They did, they called it South Australia :lol:

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Euromaiden wrote:Never understood why st micks never had a team either
They did and they have evolved into the Adelaide Vikings
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Black_Panther wrote:
Euromaiden wrote:Never understood why st micks never had a team either
They did and they have evolved into the Adelaide Vikings
Large chunk of Fulham are ex st micks boys too.

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Ernie Cooksey wrote:
Worthless Gobemouche wrote:I always loved tackling Shanahan and Rogowski as hard as I could during the student teachers game....and if I could get a crack and Lurch ( Inge ) before he swung at me, that was always a good thing
How about Lynchy...
Ah, Mr Cooksey, tuck your shirt in
:lol:

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The horror ...

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Ernie Cooksey wrote:Always did wonder what was stopping St. Paul's as they've had an old scholars egg ball team for at least 20 years. I know when I was there soccer was a naughty word, and the pinnacle of achievement was to be awarded your 1st xviii Guernsey in front of the whole school. :lol:
Good luck with it all.
Yes very true..
Fan fare for entire school recognition & applauded at assembly, recall the team didn't do as well as First XI who received their "no number" kits 10min before kick off on their first game... :lol:

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Toffeeman wrote:
Ernie Cooksey wrote:
Worthless Gobemouche wrote:I always loved tackling Shanahan and Rogowski as hard as I could during the student teachers game....and if I could get a crack and Lurch ( Inge ) before he swung at me, that was always a good thing
How about Lynchy...
Ah, Mr Cooksey, tuck your shirt in
:lol:

At North Park shops i saw Mr scritchley with a goon bag oversized dirty clothes and unkempt hair/beard.....thought he was an undercover "d" but realised he eventuated to what he was calling me for a number of years.. :lol:

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Ernie Cooksey wrote:
Worthless Gobemouche wrote:I always loved tackling Shanahan and Rogowski as hard as I could during the student teachers game....and if I could get a crack and Lurch ( Inge ) before he swung at me, that was always a good thing
How about Lynchy...
Ah, Mr Cooksey, tuck your shirt in
:lol:


janet, aliki, ms groobits.....& the librarian with the kegs!!!

Finest female teachers in the state.......

:wink:

Also dc stamo.....are you still allowed to hit kids with cricket bats?

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Surprising number of ex St Paul's boys in this forum!

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MegaBonus wrote:
Ernie Cooksey

That's the one. The one where all the posh boys used to come on a weekend and cabernet themselves.



yea...cause all the St Pauls boys are hard core!!!!! :wink: :lol:

Not sure if they pinched the colours & Latin jargon from Irish C.B.C Monkstown? but the moto actually means "fight the good fight" (Certa Bonum Certamen)
"Bone em"
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I remember the whole school shaking the bus of the opposition team during one of those coca cola cup game things after te game got called off and they tryed to leave...then we all got blasted at assembly and never really had a during school first 11 match again

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DUKE BLUE wrote:
Ernie Cooksey wrote:
Worthless Gobemouche wrote:I always loved tackling Shanahan and Rogowski as hard as I could during the student teachers game....and if I could get a crack and Lurch ( Inge ) before he swung at me, that was always a good thing
How about Lynchy...
Ah, Mr Cooksey, tuck your shirt in
:lol:


janet, aliki, ms groobits.....& the librarian with the kegs!!!

Finest female teachers in the state.......

:wink:

Also dc stamo.....are you still allowed to hit kids with cricket bats?
Never forget Timmy Trussell singing I will always love you to Aliki on yr 12 retreat. Squeezing his head out the dorm window and belting it out just like Whitney. Gold.

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n8 wrote:I remember the whole school shaking the bus of the opposition team during one of those coca cola cup game things after te game got called off and they tryed to leave...then we all got blasted at assembly and never really had a during school first 11 match again
:lol:

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