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2014 Hall of Honour

December 19, 2014

Hall of Honour

The Hall of honour is a special award that recognises those students who have represented Australia or who have achieved recognition at a national level in a “pool” that is representative of the breadth of the population.

HARRY SANDERSON

Harry Sanderson was selected for the ISA Waterpolo team in Year 8, and in the SACS 1st VII in year 9 where he was awarded the SACS Best and Fairest Player. In year 10, he was awarded the Best and Fairest Player for the ISA Waterpolo team and was the NSW top Goal scorer in the 2012/2013 season with a total of 63 goals.

This year, Harry gained selection into NSWCIS 1st VII and he was part of the undefeated championship winning NSW Team. This success gained him selection into the Australian Schoolboys Waterpolo Team, and in the NSW U/18 Waterpolo Team. The NSW Institute of Sport awarded him with a training scholarship on the Emerging Athlete Program. Harry currently plays waterpolo for the UTS Balmain Tigers National League.

ALEX WEBB

Alex Webb started at St Andrew’s Cathedral School in our Junior School in 2003. As well as playing rugby and cricket, Alex played waterpolo for St Andrew’s for six years, and was Sports Captain in Year 12. In 2010, Alex represented Australia in the Australian Schoolboys Waterpolo team as goal keeper on a 5 week tour of the UK and New Zealand which included playing in the Tri-Nations tournament in Auckland consisting of New Zealand, South Africa and Australia. He was awarded Most Valuable Player at the end of the tour. In 2011, Alex was selected for the Australian Youth team and travelled to Europe on a six week European tour where he played tournaments in Hungry, Slovakia, Croatia and Serbia. Alex is currently coaching St Andrew’s cricket and waterpolo teams.

THOMAS JAGO

Thomas Jago attended St Andrew’s Cathedral School from 2009-2013. During his time here he represented the school for cricket at the highest level for a schoolboy, playing in the first XI in year 9 in both ISA and Douglas Shield competitions. He represented City and Country Schools Cricket Association in the 2010/2011 season and again as Captain in the 2011/2012 NSW Schoolboys Cricket Championships where his performance warranted selection into the NSW Schoolboys Cricket 1st XI. From there he was selected to represent the Australian U/16 Schoolboys cricket team on a tour to the West Indies where they won 4 games out of 5. The following year he represented Australia in the U/17 Schoolboys cricket team.

Whilst at St Andrew’s, Thomas contributed to the school cricket program through mentoring and coaching a number of our cricketers. He is currently competing in the Sydney Grade Competition for Randwick Petersham as a top order batsman in 1st Grade, and he is also a top order batsman in the Randwick Petersham Poidevin-Grey Shield, Under-21 competition.