Endeavour Line Up
1. Blake Ferguson
2. Setope Saviinaea
5. Daniel Perkins
4. Kane Morgan
3. Levi Dodd
6. Johnny Nicholls
7. Joel Johnson
8. Daniel Ahson
9. Aaron Merrick
10. Hymie Talisau
11. Jarred Cherrignton
12. Blake Williamson
13. Dave Collins
18. Joel Tubbs
Story & Photo's :
Endeavour got away with a lucky win against an impressive Farrer MAHS at Leichhardt Oval today.
The first points of the game came after a powerful charge at the line by Endeavour winger Setope Saviinaea in the left corner. Blake Williamson missed the conversion.
Leading 4 - 0 at the half time break Farrer peppered the Endeavour line and finally scored in the left corner with a diving try to Farrer winger Dominic Bower.
The conversion went wide and the scores remained the same 4 - all up to the last few minutes of the game when the Endeavour boys finally turned it on.
Levi Dodd was good enough to beat the backpeddling Farrer defence to give his side the lead, the conversion attempt was heading toward Tasmania and was way wide.
The game sealer was when Sharks SG Ball player Blake Williamson ran half the field to be smashed by some fierce defence then he bent over to touch the ball behind the try line.
So well done to the Endeavour Boyz, things are looking good when they get the ball wide and will be practicing hard for the next Arrive alive Cup game.
MATRAVILLE SPORTS Vs De la SALLE BANKSTOWN
Well be honest, who wants to play Matraville Sports at footy these days?
Today Matraville torn De La Salle Bankstown apart, ripping in a point a minute rampage for 100% of the game, the 50 - 4 scoreline was a good results concidering De La played some good footy.
Matraville were without some of their best players, Dominic Walsh is up in Townsville with the Australian Schoolboys and young Adam Reynolds was in the crowd on crutches watching his team mates from the stands as a result of breaking his Tibia in last weeks CHS St. Mary's Cup Grand Final against the Endeavour Boys, but Matraville were too good in that game too.
Sam Brunton was exciting in the 1st half with 3 tries, it was 28 - 0 at half time, Matra just continued to pass and run and tackle and score points. Well done to Scottie and the coaching staff, they boys play good football. Goal kicker Mark Khoreallah converted 7 tries with some deadly kicking - MORE SOON & Game PHOTO'S
Wednesday 31 st July '08
ENDEAVOUR IN ARRIVE aLIVE CUP
Endeavour SHS play their first Arrive alive Cup game for 2008 tomorrow against Farrer MAHS.
Farrer are having a great season so far this year, and will throw out the challenge to the Endeavour Boys at Leichhardt Oval
The Game kicks off at 11:00 am with 2 buses leaving school for the game.
The 1st bus leaves at 9:00 am, then the next bus leaves at 10:00 am
Good luck to Endeavour, ourfootyteam will be there to cover the game and to hopefully get some great action photo's of the boys.
The Endeavour boys will be keen on a good game after last weeks St. Mary's Cup game where mighty Matraville Sports retained their St. Mary's Cup at Western Weekender Stadium.
Tuesday 22 nd July '08
NSW Blues players ham it up with Adam Reyonlds, Dominic Walsh & Ben Jones
eNDeaVouR SHS To GeT iT oN WiTH MaTRaViLLe
Endeavour Rugby League opens team will play Matraville Sports High School in the Elite NSW CHS St. Mary's Cup.
Matraville Sports had a sensational 2007 winning not only the St. Mary's Cup but the also cleaned up in the University Shield, Matraville are also the Arrive alive Cup Champions too.
This will be a great opportunity for Mr. Howlett & Mr. Kelly to find out exactly where there are at this stage because Matra will send a powerful team including 2008 Australian Schoolboy Dominic Walsh and will be coming to win.
Endeavour is looking good in '08 and are on track to regain the title of the best school rugby league team on the planet.
Monday 21 st July '08
Will & Blake pretending to be Queenslanders
CONGRATULATIONS TO MARTIN TAUPAU ON HIS SELECTION AS AN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOY
Martin Taupau has been given the ultimate honour by being selected in this years Australain Schoolboys Rugby League team to play 3 test matches next month in Queensland.
Martin was selected after some outstanding performances in this years Australian Secondary Schoolboys Rugby League Championships in Darwin last week.
Martin along with fellow Endeavour SHS students Blake Furgeson & Kane Morgan were a big part of the NSW CHS team that successfully defended their Australian Champions title when they defeated a hot NSW CCC 18 - 12 in the Final.
Congratulations to all 3 boys and we look forward to following Martins efforts in the Test matches against the English & French National Junior teams.
CORPORATE SPORTS AUSTRALIA INTERNATIONAL TEST SERIES
First Test – England Academy Dairy Farmers Stadium, Townsville Saturday 2 August 5.20 pm
Second Test – England Academy Kougari Oval, Wynnum Saturday 9 August 7.00 pm
Test – French Juniors Kougari Oval, Wynnum, Wednesday 13 August 5.00 pm
Tuesday 15 th July '08
MARTIN TAUPAU BEST ON GROUND
Endeavour SHS's own Martin Taupau was best player on the ground in the opening game in this years Australian Schoolboys Championships in Darwin.
Martin, along with fellow Endeavour students Blake Fergurson & Kane Morgan & Jacob Denford from Engadine HS ripped the heart out of the Queensland boys as they criused to record the 1st win of the 2008 ASSRL Carnival
Matt attack: Dragon rookie Matt Mundine still has to work hard if he is to make it into the big league. Picture: Tim Clayton
MUNDINE MAKES HIS MARK FOR THE FUTURE Story & Photo BY : MICHAEL CARAYANNIS
IN an age where NRL players are athletes first and footballers second, Matt Mundine a cousin of former Dragons star Anthony Mundine breaks the mould.
Dragons under-20s coach Steve Price says it is Mundine's mould that needs to change. Compare his 112-kilogram frame to first grade stars Matt Cooper and Sonny Bill Williams and the physiques just don't match, even if Mundine's freakish talents sometimes set the under-20s Toyota Cup competition alight.
Playing at lock for St George Illawarra, the Earlwood Saints junior is equally at ease taking a hit up or throwing a cut out ball. He has talent and it's just a matter of developing this 18-year-old into a NRL super star. | LEARN MORE |
Thursday 26 th June '08
MiXeD ReSuLTS FoR eNDeaVouR Thanx 2 Mr. Howlett 4 the scores
Endeavour University & Buckley Shield travelled up the highway to play 2 CHS games of footy against Hunter Sports High School.
The Buckley Shield side turned last weeks flogging by Westfields into a good hard fought win over Hunter.
The Buckley Shield under 14's team won the game 14 - 8 while the University Shield side crumpled under the pressure and in the end got hammered 32 - 6. NO PHOTO'S, MISSED THE BUS
ENDEAVOUR GET IT ON WITH WESTFIELDS
Endeavour traveled to the Cabramatta Sports Ground for two games of footy today and came home with a win and a not a win
The Buckley Shield side were their own worst enemy today with out completing a single set of 6 in the second half and allow Westfields to clean up and score 3 second half tries after being in front 14 - 12 at the half time break
The University Shield side had a bruising encounter in a tight tough game but were good enough to bring home the money with a good team effort
More soon & heaps of photos of both games - some photos should be by 10:30 tonite - whoowoo
Thursday 29 th May '08
These are the 2008 New South Wales Combined High Schools OPENS Under 18 & 15 TEAMS - WELL DONE GUYS team in alphabetical order
Jamie Stanley in action playing for East Sydney (Photo : ourfooty media)
JAMIE STANLEY & BLAKE FERGUSON MAKE NSW CHS TEAMS
Endeavours' own Jamie Stanley & Blake Ferguson, Kane Morgan & Martin Yaupau are continuing the high standards of Endeavour Sports High School with their selection into the NSW Combined High School Under 15 & Under 18's teams.
Jamie will representing NSW CHS at the Australian Secondary Schoolboys Rugby League National Championships to be played at Kougari Oval, Wynnum in Brisbane starting on Sunday 29 th June. for the under 15's..
Blake, Kane & Martin will play in the opens competition in Darwin in July for the opens CONGRATULATIONS TO JAMIE & BLAKE, KANE & MARTIN
- GIVE 'EM HELL
Illawarra SHS hosted Endeavour & Matraville in the 1st games of this years Michael Buettner Shield.
The mighty Endeavour under 12's once again proved that Endeavour rock.
In the first game ESHS played the locals defeating Illawarra SHS 30 - 18
The 2nd games was against Australian power house Matraville Sports, and the Endeavour boys came up trumps again with a resounding 23 - 16 victory
Congratulations to the boys and Mr. Kelly who is always there to support the teams, and a special mention that the games where played in the fantastic spirit of 100 years of Rugby League & young Jamal Roberts crossed for 5 tries on the day
Wednesday 6 th May '08
WHO'S THE MAN ?
Most outstanding under 18's player of this year NSW CHS Sydney Rugby League trials.
The little d efender gets dragged mid air - Endeavour SHS Vs Matraville SHS @ "Field of Dreams" (Photo : ourfooty media) Click image to visit photo gallery
ENDEAVOUR SHS Vs MATRAVILLE
The Under 13's and a combined under 15 & 16 teams played against Matraville today on the Field of Dreams.
The under 13's won their game with a good show and some good footy to win a close game 14 - 4.
The U15/16 side came up against a much more serious team from Matra, it looks like Matra had some of their Junior Rep's playing today and Endeavour must have been short of numbers with a couple players not even in the footy program
So the Endeavour boys did reasonably well against this formidable side from across Botany Bay.
Matra ran away with the game 16 - 38 to give the home side something to work towards, like not dropping the ball, completion rates playing for your team mates.
Pool 2 Endeavour Sports High School 2
Matraville Sports High School
Illawarra Sports High School
10.00am Game 1 Westfield Sports High vs. Patrician BrothersCollege 10.20am Game 2Endeavour Sports High School 2 vs. Matraville Sports High School 10.40am Game 3 St Dominic's College vs. Endeavour Sports High School 1
11.00am Game 4 Erindale College vs. Illawarra Sports High School
11.20am Game 5 Westfield Sports High School vs. St Dominic's College 11.40am Game 6Endeavour Sports High School 2 vs. Erindale College
12.00pm Game 7 Patrician Brothers College vs. Endeavour Sports High School 1
12.20pm Game 8 Matraville Sports High School vs. Illawarra Sports High School 12.40pm Game 9 Westfield Sports High vs. Endeavour Sports High School 1
1.00pm Game 10 Endeavour Sports High School 2 vs. Illawarra Sports High School
1.20pm Game 11 Patrician Brothers College vs. St Dominic's College
1.40pm Game 12 Matraville Sports High School vs. Erindale College
2.00pm Plate Semi Final 1 3rd in Pool 1 vs. 4th in Pool 2
2.20pm Plate Semi Final 2 3rd in Pool 2 vs. 4th in Pool 1
2.40pm Cup Semi Final 1 1st in Pool 1 vs. 2nd in Pool 2
3.00pm Cup Semi Final 2 1st in Pool 2 vs. 2nd in Pool 1
3.20pm Plate Grand Final Winner of Plate Semi Final 1 vs. Winner of Plate Semi Final 2
3.40pm Cup Grand Final Winner of Cup Semi Final 1 vs. Winner of Cup Semi Final 2
Saturday 15 th December '07
Chase Stanley and Jeff Hardy (Photo : ourfooty media)
Justin Poore presents award to opens players of the year (Photo : ourfooty media)
Hayden Fepuleai collects the Under 14 TSP award from Mitch Brown
DATE : Friday 14 th December '07
VENUE : 74 - 76 Captain Cook Drive, Caringbah
PHONE : 9524 2709
The TSP Rugby League Presentaion night will be held on Friday 14 th December '07 at the Caringbah Bapist Centre.
This night is held to recognise the achivements of ENDEAVOUR TSP Rugby League students for 2007
All TSP students are expected to attend the night and we would like to encourage families and friends to attend.
We will begin the night with a sausage sizzle proir to the actual presentaion. The night will be entertaining & enjoyable for everyone with special guests, a Gaint raffle & Lucky Door Prizes to be won. Many past TSP students will be attending as part of the "OLD BOYS CLUB".
To assist with the catering & seating, please hand in your form to the Rugby League coaches indicating how many will be attending.