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Football: Celebrating a great season


CAS Round 10

On the weekend of the 11th of August, Waverley Football played their last game for the season against Trinity. It was great to see how the teams had come together throughout the season to become more than just a team, which in turn let the Waverley spirit prevail. I would like to congratulate all teams on the work they have put in this season and the great sportsmanship shown by the players.

The day started off strong with 10As winning 2-1 followed by the 2nd XI having a very late come back and scoring 2 goals from Anthony Candi and Dean Nappa in the dying minutes of the game to win 2-1. The 1st XI had a hard fought game finishing with a 1-1 draw against Trinity with a goal from Dom Abruzzese. Throughout the day there were many victories for the Waverley teams as they played together for the final time and the last game of the day was the 7As who were playing for the CAS premiership. Going into the game, both Trinity and Waverley were tied for equal first on the ladder and both teams wanted the outright premiership. After a hard fought game and many attempts at goals from both teams the game finished with a 0-0 draw, meaning both teams were combined CAS premiers. Congratulations to the 7As who went through CAS undefeated and winning the premiership.

Football Presentation Night

The Football presentation night was a great success with players from all teams from the Junior school and the Senior school attending to celebrate the achievements made in the 2018 winter season. The night was held to acknowledge the efforts of coaches, parents and players alike in their commitment to each and every training session and game. On the night players from each team were awarded the coaches’ award and the best and fairest award. We also presented the 7As the winners of the Nick Rizzo cup. The Nick Rizzo cup is a long running award of Waverley College that is presented to the Colleges most successful team for the season. As mentioned above the 7As were very deserving of this award due to their very successful season.

The award winners for the night were:


  Best and Fairest Coaches Award Contribution to Football Captain Award
1st Jack Hardwicke-Owen Ben Scarf Anthony Candi Jack Hardwicke-Owen
2nd Jerome Mendes Harvey Papastamos
3rd Luke Mazza Andreas Frageas
  Daniel Brown Mark Andre
4th Ben Rogers Andre Vumbaca
5th Dylan Smith Mats Lea
6th Noah Glasel Rocco Evans
  Alex Bruce
7th Joshua Lemura Mitchell Fitzgerald
8th Samuel King Eamonn Hassey
10A Alex Talbot Matthew Stopic
10B Mawson Flitcroft Conor Evans
10C Billy Cosgrove Oliver Blackett
10D Daniel Pomes Nicholas Otis
10E Anthony Vigliante Reeve Mohat
9A Peter Stamatelatos William Jensen
9B Allessio Imhoff Finn Leaver
  George Vouros
9C Rory Hughes James Privett
9D Jack Priddis Evan Athanassiou
9E Lachlan Muir Bradley Wilson
8A Emilio Vinci Alex Morris
8B Alejandro Zanapalis Pablo Berdaa
8C Oliver Monaco Lachlan Varcoe
8D Lorenzo Di-Napoli Josh Gentle
8E Daniel Di Paola Daniel Risk
7A Harvey O’Malley Malo Morrisey
7B Jett McTavish Charlie Farrington
7C Liam Wood Antonio Mastoris
7D Gabe Fox Angus Birrell
7E Dion De Bella Jack Preller
7F James Crowle Luka Zonich
7G Darius Hall Bertie Cottell
Prep 1st Ricardo Zanapalis Sean McLaughlin
Prep 2nds Lachlan Korpar Ashton Child
Prep 3rds Zac Summerhayes Angus Kimber
11A Blue Joshua Tsoukalas Luca De Cian
11B Blue James Peate Benjamin Webb
11C Blue Yannick Hott Harry Hulks
11D Blue Lucas Simcocks Theo Varvaressos
11A Gold Alfie Griffiths Joseph Dametto
11B Gold Matthew Frost Otto Hulewicz
11D Gold Mark Rede Dylan Varcoe