CAS U17 Water Polo Team Announced

The CIS U17 Water Polo trials will take place at Knox on Mon Feb 24th 2020 for more details Click Here

The team is

  1. Daniel Chivers, Goalkeeper. Knox Grammar School
  2. Tyrone Albertyn, Centre Forward. Barker College.
  3. Tom Rathbone, Centre Forward. Trinity Grammar School.
  4. Gabe Carmody, Left handed driver. Knox Grammar School.
  5. Lucas Banfield, Left handed driver. Knox Grammar School.
  6. Aiden O’Neill, Centre Back. Knox Grammar School.
  7. Tristan Glanznig, Centre Back. Trinity Grammar School.
  8. Tyler Krenkels. Right handed driver, Knox Grammar School.
  9. Harrison Miller, Right handed driver. Knox Grammar School
  10. Alexander Mercer. Right handed driver. Knox Grammar School.
  11. Lucas Young. Right handed driver. Trinity Grammar School.
  12. Marcus Spano. Right handed driver. St Aloysius’ College.
  13. Jake Varone. Right handed driver. Trinity Grammar School.

Shadow Players

Rhys Williams – Reserve Goalkeeper. Trinity Grammar School.
Jett Robens – Reserve Centre Forward. Knox Grammar School
Hunter Myliotis – Reserve Driver. Trinity Grammar School
David Gabriel – Reserve Centre Back. Trinity Grammar School
Liam Murphy – Reserve Left handed Driver. St Aloysius” College

Coronavirus (2019-nCov) and CAS fixtures

From the CAS Chair, 2020.



Coronavirus (2019-nCov) and CAS fixtures

As the CAS community is well aware, schools are taking the necessary precautions to contain the potential spread of Coronavirus (2019-nCov) in line with the NSW Department of Health guidelines. The following protocols for CAS fixtures will obtain during this current quarantine period.


  1. CAS fixtures will continue to function as per the schedule for the foreseeable future. The General Committee will monitor advice provided by the relevant authorities.
  2. Students who are in quarantine from their own schools cannot participate in CAS fixtures.
  • Parents from our schools who are concerned about the risk of infection from contact through sporting fixtures conducted by CAS may exercise their own discretion with respect to their child’s participation. This rests within the usual authority of each individual school on a case-by-case basis. You are urged to contact your school to discuss your circumstances.
  1. If teams are so depleted by the quarantine to render the fixture as non-viable, a decision will be made between the respective Heads of Sport in a timely way. “

Phillip Heath

Head of Barker College

Chair CAS 2020