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On Wednesday afternoon, Saint Ignatius' College First XVIII’s made the trip to Pulteney Grammar to play in the annual Aish-Warhurst Cup. The trophy is named after two Norwood FC legends, Michael Aish who attended Pulteney Grammar and played over 300 games for Norwood, winning a Magarey Medal and two premierships, and Tom Warhurst, an Old Ignatian (Class of 1979), who played 246 games and won two premierships. For both schools, it is a great honour to continue the tradition of the Aish-Warhurst Cup.

Saint Ignatius’ College 10-8 (68) defeated Pulteney Grammar 3-3 (21)
GOALS: Cody Mcinnes 3, Nick Miller 3, Brae Rawnsley 2, Cesco Lupoi & Reid O’Callaghan 1 each.
BEST: Cody Mcinnes, Noah McDonald, H Serocki, Max Barilla, Cesco Lupoi, Ben Hogan

In very difficult conditions we ran out comfortable winners to retain the Aish Warhurst Cup for the second year in a row.

Winning the Cup is a very significant goal of our season and the boys set themselves to adapt to the wet & cold conditions and play contested & direct football.

We were able to keep them scoreless in both the first & last quarter which was a credit to our team defensive actions.

Cody Mcinnes was outstanding both as a midfielder & when rolling forward as was Noah McDonald in the midfield & Max Barilla who picked up kicks at will on a wing.

Matt Panos
Senior School Sports Coordinator

Aish Warhust 1

Eamonn Cronin with student from Pulteney Grammar

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