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How our WA boys fared at the ASSRL U18 Championships

Ollie Callan The vice-captain of the team, Callan stepped up in a big way this tournament – leading the forward pack with his strong running game and vocal leadership. The West Coast Pirates and Joondalup Giants lock finished the championships with one try from four games – a barraging run through the heart of the
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Gibson ready for Rep duty

Combined Affiliated States U18 Team Manager Callan Gibson proves you don’t have to be a player to earn representative honours, and says he is excited to be involved in this week’s Australian Secondary Schools Championships in Kingscliff, NSW. Gibson, who took on the role of Team Manager for the West Coast Pirates SG Ball Cup
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Smith: “Awesome” debut

Last Sunday was a day that Will Smith will never forget. The 17-year-old made his South African debut against Malta and even crossed for a try in a standout display. “It was awesome. Being with the rest of those guys, I was speechless. I’m still buzzing about how good it was,” Smith said. After earning
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Smith showing maturity far beyond his years

Will Smith is not your average 17-year-old. With many of his friends worrying about their upcoming Year 12 exams, the Rockingham Sharks and West Coast Pirates centre is preparing to make his international rugby league test debut for the South African Rhinos against Malta on Sunday. Despite his tender age, Smith has shown great maturity
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Five WA U18’s named in CAS Schoolboys side

After finishing second in the 2018 Combined Affiliated States Championships, WA has been rewarded with five players selected to the CAS side for the Australian Secondary Schools Championships. Ollie Callan, Will Smith, Aidan Carstairs, Jaylen Gray and Kristian Williams were instrumental in WA earning first-up victories over Northern Territory (16-14) and South Australia (66-0) to
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