NOT many people would have expected Hallam Senior College to join an elite New South Wales Schoolboys rugby league competition, but through a unique set of circumstances the unlikely scenario has become reality.

With traditional rugby league school Holy Cross College – Ryde, in Sydney’s inner suburbs, bowing out of this year’s GIO Cup over uncertainty about its competitiveness, it left an opening in the 12-team competition.

While most Sydneysiders would have looked for another NSW team from the GIO Trophy, the powers that be instead looked to Victoria to find a suitable replacement.


Click here for the full article by Jarrod Potter, Posted on 05 May 2015 in the Journal News