CAS Cricket Team for CIS Trials

Congratulations to the following students who have been selected to attend the CIS Cricket Selection trials and also play against ISA and GPS.

Details for these events can be found below.

Parents will receive an email from CIS to complete their son’s nomination which must be done by next Monday.

1 Sam Konstas Cranbrook School
2 Tom Bermingham Trinity Grammar School
3 Jack Slater Knox Grammar School
4 Sam Weir Cranbrook School
5 Oliver Patterson Cranbrook School
WK/6 Tom Marchant Cranbrook School
7 Ryan Gupta Trinity Grammar School
8 Dylan Melvey Cranbrook School
9 Will Marks Barker College
10 Riley Keen Cranbrook School
11 Lewis Whiley Knox Grammar School
12 Rehaan Shyamsundar Barker College

CAS 1sts Cricket

 Tues 7 & Wed 8th Feb 2023 CIS Opens Cricket trials for more information click here  Norm O’Neill Cricket Centre, 1A Percival St, Penshurst NSW 2222
Sunday 26th Feb, 2023 CAS v ISA St Pius X College Playing Fields

1 Dreadnought Rd, Oxford Falls NSW 2100, 10am

Sunday 5th March, 2023 CAS v GPS 1sts 50 L/O Woollahra Oval 2 28 Manion Avenue
ROSE BAY, NSW, 2029, 10am
Tuesday 28 February – Thursday 2 March, 2023. NSW All Schools Cricket Championships – Open Boys

Venue: Barooga and surrounding towns (for those selected in the CIS team).

The Coach for the team is Mr B Staunton Cranbrook School
The Manager is Mr M Grice Cranbrook School

Trinity Win The CAS Track and Field Championships

In very challenging weather conditions Trinity Grammar School have come out on top at the 91st CAS Track and Field Championships at Sydney Olympic Park tonight.

The final points scores are as follows.

1 Trinity Grammar School 708 . 5

2 Knox Grammar School 633

3 Waverley College 606 . 5

4 Cranbrook School 531

5 St Aloysius’ College 526 . 5

6 Barker College  499 . 5

For full results go to the Track and Field results page

CAS Debating Representative Teams Announced

The CAS Teams for the Debating Representative season have been announced congratulations to the following students



The first training session, will be on Monday, 29th of August from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at St. Aloysius’ College.

They will then have to debate in 3 rounds:

Round 1: Wednesday 31st August: GPS v. CAS at Sydney Grammar School – Prep 5:45pm, Debate at 6:30pm

Round 2: Monday, 5th September: CAS v. CHS at Knox Grammar School – Prep 5:45pm, Debate at 6:30pm

Round 3: Wednesday, 8th September: IGSA v. CAS at Newington College – Prep 5:45pm, Debate at 6:30pm



Vale: Trevor McCaskill, 6th Head of Barker College

Please see the following announcement from Barker on the Death of Trevor McCaskill.

Vale Trevor McCaskill, 6th Head of Barker College
1927 – 2022 



The Barker College community was saddened to learn last week of the passing of one of Barker’s distinguished and longest serving Headmasters, Mr Trevor McCaskill, at the age of 95.


Trevor was Barker’s 6th Headmaster from 1963 – 1986, a significant period in the School’s history. Under his inspiration and leadership, Trevor led Barker College to become the first independent school in Sydney to introduce coeducation.


He had a great vision for the School and in his 23 years as Headmaster, Barker doubled in size from 660 students in 1963 to 1400 students in 1986.   Extensive refurbishments in the Junior School and the building of new Science laboratories were also completed during his tenure.


Trevor leaves an outstanding legacy to Barker and the School is in the strong position it is today, because of his extraordinary leadership and foresight.


We extend our heartfelt sympathies to Trevor’s family.  Several of his children and grandchildren attended Barker and we hold his family in our prayers at this difficult time.


In accordance with his family’s wishes, Trevor’s funeral will be a private family one. The School has commenced planning for a Thanksgiving Service to be held at Barker on Sunday 28th August 2022 at 2pm in the Barker War Memorial Chapel, 91 Pacific Hwy, Hornsby.


I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.  Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day—and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing.  Timothy 4:7-8


For more information click here

Winter Sport Premiers Confirmed

After the final round of CAS winter sport the Premiers for our winter Sports have been determined.

Rugby Barker College
Football Knox Grammar School
Tennis Winter Barker College
Cross Country Cranbrook School
AFL Knox Grammar School
Volleyball Winter Trinity Grammar School

Congratulations to all teams in our winter competitions for their efforts during the season.

CAS U16 Rugby Win The Martin Pitt Shield

The CAS U16s Rugby team has won the Martin Pitt Shield for the first time since 2014 at the NSW Schools Rugby Union Trial tournament. In what was a very close final CAS defeat GPS A 24 to 21. The CAS boys started well and got out to an early lead of 16 to 7 at half time. GPS fought and tied the game at 21 all. A long range penalty to CAS gave them the lead which they then had to defend for 3 minutes under huge pressure from GPS.

Well done to the team and the coaching staff.


Game 1: CAS 27 (Tries M Meagher x 2, D Hall, S Gyngell x 2, Con K Capper ) v CCC 0


Game 2: CAS 22 (Tries O Aboud, H Turner, M Roach Con K Capper 2, Pen K Capper) v Pres B 12 (Tries T Watts, F Bartlett, Con T McEwen)


Game 3: Shield Final CAS 24 (Tries M Roach, T Paten, Pen C Poynton x 3) v Pres A 21 (Tries T Brial, E Del-Ben, T Rodwell, Con M Humphries, T Rodwell x 2)

CAS defeat CHS in 1sts and 2nds Rugby

Today at Eric Tweedale Oval – Merrylands CAS ran out winners of CHS in both 1sts and 2nds rugby. 2nds at halftime lead 24 to 7 and went on to consolidate in the second running out 51 to 7 winners. 1sts found the going much harder with a 0-0 score line at half time. The second half saw the team rally and come out on top 24 to 7.

Selections into NSW Gen Blue, NSW Schools 1 and 2 and NSWJRU U18s will be announced on Friday 24 June after 8pm. Click Here

Players selected will be advised if they are required for a medical due to any injury that NSWSRU is aware that they have sustained.


Good Luck to all our players