27 November 2017

Colours and Honours

ACADEMIC WORKSHOP 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Academic Workshop in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Zachary

Jones

11

Brisbane

Debating 12 13

Charlie

Mills

11

Stuart

Debating 12 13 Drama 14

The following boy is awarded new Colours for Academic Workshop in 2015.

Flynn

Robertson

11

Stuart

BADMINTON 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Badminton in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Jordan

Doull

11

Alexander

Volleyball 15

Harrison

Banfield

11

Cameron

Badminton 14

Harry

Burrell

11

Shearer

Badminton 14 Tennis 15

Cameron

Webster

12

St Andrews

Badminton 14 Swimming 15

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Badminton in 2015.

Andrew

Singh

10

Anderson

Rahuul

Prasad

11

Anderson

CHESS 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Chess in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Luke

Henderson

10

Ferguson

Chess 14

Lewis

Weeda

10

Shearer

Debating 13 Chess 14

Bailey

Banfield

12

Cameron

Football 14 Tennis 14 15 Community Service 15

Alexander

Cain

12

Shearer

Hockey 14

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Chess in 2015.

Harrison

Burt

9

Cameron

Darcy

Frazer

9

Ferguson

Tom

Krantz

10

Ferguson

Anthony

Giglia

12

Shearer

COMMUNITY SERVICE 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Community Service in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Lewis

Weeda

10

Shearer

Debating 13 Chess 14 15

Mitchell

Clarke

10

St Andrews

Basketball 15

Matthew

Khowira

11

Ferguson

Swimming 15

Matthew

Verryn

12

Alexander

Hockey 13 14 Acad W'shop 14

Alex

Brown

12

Cameron

Cross Country 13 Athletics 14

James

Fox-Slater

12

Keys

Comm Serv Rowing 15

Graeme

Stewart

12

Shearer

Soccer 13 14

George

Boulden

12

St Andrews

Sailing 10 11 12 13 14

Mac

Hanlin

12

Stuart

Debating 12 13 14 Music Ens Music Chamber Rugby 14 Cricket 14 15 Comm Serv 15

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Community Service in 2015.

James

Naylor-Pratt

11

Anderson

Drummond

Orr

11

Ferguson

Tom

Woods

12

Shearer

CROSS COUNTRY 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Cross Country in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Connor

Enslin

9

Stuart

Cross Country 14 Tennis 14 15

Jack

Couzens

10

Brisbane

Cross Country 14

Matthew

Burns

12

Anderson

Comm Serv 15

Oliver

Green

12

Brisbane

Cross Country 14

Alex

Brown

12

Cameron

Cross Country 13 Athletics 14 Comm Serv 15

Liam

Seagreen

12

Ferguson

Sailing 11 12 13

Patric

Beaven

12

Ross

Cross Country 11

Dylan

Flecker

12

St Andrews

Pipe Band 13 14 Comm Serv Cross Country 14

Joshua

Jones

12

Stuart

Cross Country 11 13 14

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Cross Country in 2015.

Bailey

Flecker

9

St Andrews

Arthur

Payne

9

St Andrews

James

Irving

10

Anderson

Dylan

Gibbs

11

Anderson

HONOURS

Oliver

Green

12

Brisbane

Oliver Green started the Cross Country season by winning the Year 12 Inter-House Cross Country in convincing fashion against some quality runners in a strong field. He took this form into the PSA Cross Country season winning three of the six 5km races, and narrowly placing second in the three remaining races against state standard athletes. Injured in the second half of the season with a long-term leg injury, Oliver's training programme was restricted, however, he was still able to place third in the All Schools 3km race at Aquinas College, seventh in the All Schools race at Wesley College and fourth in the All Schools Ray Brown 8km race at Kings Park.

Given these outstanding performances throughout the season against the elite runners from the seven Colleges, Oliver can rightfully lay claim to being one of the best Cross Country runners in the PSA. While quiet and reserved on the outside, within Oliver is a very competitive, determined runner with the mental strength to push himself to the absolute limit in the heat of the competition. As Co-Captain of the team he set a perfect example to others on how to prepare for races and then to perform at your very best. Often running injured and not fully fit, Oliver has the rare ability to run through the pain barrier and keep running hard when others would give up. This was the hallmark of his outstanding Cross Country season.

DRAMA 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Drama in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Angus

Grant

11

Brisbane

Drama 14

Charlie

Mills

11

Stuart

Debating 12 13 Drama 14 Academic W'shop 15

David

Graham

12

Alexander

Pipe Band 13 14 Music Ens 14

Marshall

Barrymore

12

Brisbane

Drama Pipe Band 13 14

Oliver

Heath

12

Cameron

Debating 12 Drama Pipe Band 14

Charlie

Tesser

12

Ferguson

Pipe Band 13 14

William

Goyder

12

Ross

Drama 13 Debating Music Ens Music Chamber Music Jazz/Cont 14 Comm Serv 15

Angus

Stewart

12

Stuart

Water Polo 13 14 15 Comm Serv Swimming 15

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Drama in 2015.

Harry

O'Donnell

10

Anderson

Benjamin

Nixon

10

Ferguson

Toby

O'Keeffe

10

Stuart

Solomon

Little

11

Anderson

Alec

Garkaklis

11

Cameron

Timothy

Cornish

11

Ferguson

Lochlan

Ashdown

11

Ross

Jordan

Kestel

12

Ferguson

FOOTBALL 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Football in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Max

Grant

10

Alexander

Athletics 13

Thomas

Gooch

11

Keys

Football 14

Alex

Crump

11

Shearer

Football 14 Comm Serv 15

Lucas

Baker

12

Alexander

Cross Country 11 12 Athletics Football 14

Declan

Hardisty

12

Anderson

Cricket 13 14 15 Football 14

Harrison

Wroth

12

Anderson

Comm Serv Football 14

Josh

Bennett

12

Brisbane

Athletics 13 14 Acad W'shop Football 14

Ruan

Greyling

12

Brisbane

Athletics 13 14 Football 14 Rowing 14 15

Ben

Rushforth

12

Brisbane

Basketball 14 15 Cross Country 12

Bailey

Banfield

12

Cameron

Football 14 Tennis 14 15 Chess Comm Serv 15

Daniel

Gollan

12

Keys

Cricket 15

Matthew

Inman

12

Keys

Athletics Football 14

Benjamin

Miller

12

Keys

Football 14

Harry

Sinclair

12

Keys

Athletics 11 12 14 Comm Serv Football 14 Rowing 14 15

Ben

Reid

12

Ross

Athletics 14 Basketball 14 15

Benjamin

Harding

12

Stuart

Football 14

Yarlalu

Thomas

12

Stuart

Football 14

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Football in 2015.

Jack

Monaghan

10

Alexander

Timothy

Walker

10

Keys

Lewis

Daisley

11

St Andrews

Oliver

Eastland

12

Cameron

Harry

Milne

12

Keys

HOCKEY 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Hockey in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Alistair

Murray

10

Brisbane

Hockey 14

Oliver

Harding

10

Keys

Hockey 14

Fraser

Dudfield

11

Alexander

Hockey 14

Trenton

Matthews

11

Alexander

Hockey 13 14

Matthew

Todd

11

St Andrews

Cricket 15

Bailey

Sones

12

Alexander

Comm Serv 15

Matthew

Verryn

12

Alexander

Hockey 13 14 Acad W'shop 14 Comm Serv 15

Jack

Henharen

12

Anderson

Hockey 14 Volleyball 14 15

Samuel

Owen

12

Anderson

Hockey 14

Jackson

Ferri

12

Cameron

Hockey 13 14 Cricket 14 15

Benjamin

Piercey

12

Keys

Hockey 14

Timothy

Andrew

12

Ross

Hockey 12 13 14 Comm Serv 14

Hugh

Whitewood

12

St Andrews

Hockey 12 13 14 Comm Serv 15

Sam

Munckton

12

Stuart

Hockey 14 15

The following boy is awarded new Colours for Hockey in 2015.

Josh

Pearson

10

Stuart

HONOURS

Timothy

Andrew

12

Ross

Tim has been an integral member of arguably one of Scotch's strongest ever hockey sides. He has been a part of the 1st XI since 2012, making his debut in Year 9. He was the Captain of the winning Ray House Cup Team, the first side since 2006 to win the competition outright. Tim scored a prolific 16 goals for the season culminating in him winning the best and fairest for the Scotch side.

His leadership throughout this season has been outstanding, leading from the front both on and off the field. He set the standard of play in many games and through his sheer determination and will to succeed; he changed the course of several games throughout the season. He also had a significant impact on the younger players at training. His tremendous work ethic and his encouragement and direction of other players had a direct bearing on the development of these players. He would also give up his time on a Friday to come and umpire junior games for the School. Tim is the perfect role model for our up and coming players.

Outside of PSA hockey, Tim has also achieved at a state level being selected in the WA under 12s, 13s, 15s, 16s and 18s, winning the national title in both the 16s and 18s sides. He also made his debut this year for the UWA side in the MTL, which is the top men's league in Australia.

As a player, Tim sets himself apart from others through his bursts of speed and stick skill. He is able to turn a game with his pace cutting through opposition defence regularly, scoring crucial goals in big games that proved to be vital to Scotch College securing the cup.

Tim's skill level and attitude has had a tremendous bearing on the success of the 2015 Scotch 1st XI. He is a highly skilled player, tremendous leader and a role model to all boys on and off the sporting field.

PUBLIC SPEAKING (DEBATING) 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Public Speaking (Debating) in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Bailey

Vanderzanden

10

Ferguson

Debating 13

Michael

Kailis

10

Ross

Debating 13

Lewis

Weeda

10

Shearer

Debating 13 Chess 14 15 Comm Serv 15

Zachary

Jones

11

Brisbane

Debating 12 13 Academic W'shop 15

Angus

Warman

11

Brisbane

Debating 12 13

Charles

Barblett

11

Stuart

Debating 12 13

Charlie

Mills

11

Stuart

Debating 12 13 Drama 14 15 Academic W'shop 15

Jarrod

Pyne

12

Alexander

Acad W'shop 14 Swimming 15

James

Abernethy

12

Ross

Debating 14

William

Goyder

12

Ross

Drama 13 15 Debating Music Ens Music Chamber Music Jazz/Cont 14 Comm Serv 15

Aaron

Salter

12

Ross

Comm Serv 15

Samuel

Daisley

12

St Andrews

Public Speaking (Debating) 12 14 15 Athletics 14

Mac

Hanlin

12

Stuart

Debating 12 13 14 Music Ens Music Chamber Rugby 14 Cricket 14 15

Robbie

Packer

12

Stuart

Rowing 15

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Public Speaking (Debating) in 2015.

Sidharth

Bhargavan

10

Shearer

William

Allen

10

Stuart

HONOURS

Mac

Hanlin

12

Stuart

Mac has been involved in Debating since Year 8 and it is a testament to his ability that he has been selected for the Scotch firsts team in Year 10, 11 and 12. Within the WADL competition, Mac and his team have made it through to the finals from Year 9, reaching the quarter-finals in 2012 and 2013, semi-finals in 2014 and in 2015 Mac and his team were runners up in the Grand Final.

Mac was selected for the final 12 person squad for the state team in 2013 and secured his spot on the state team in both 2014 and 2015. As a Year 11, Mac and the WA team saw their first entrance through to the National Finals since 2006. The state team won through to the National Finals again in 2015 with even stronger results in the qualifying rounds. Mac's experience in Debating in any of the three speaking positions makes him a true all-rounder, a very rare thing in Debating. His knowledge of international relations has been significant in his team's success.

As second speaker, Mac confidently delivers his substantive argument to supplement and reinforce the team's argument. His rebuttal is delivered passionately and in a clearly structured style, working to defeat the opposition while eloquently strengthening his own team's case. Throughout each debate it is common for the opposition to ensure they know who is asking a point of information before accepting it. They often reject Mac, fearing his formidable points. Within his own team, Mac leads by guiding the team in the impromptu preparation sessions and then monitoring and encouraging the points of information offered by his teammates during the debates.

This year Mac was selected as the Captain of Debating and has been pivotal in the expansion of Debating at Scotch. He has played a major role in bringing Debating to the Middle School, both in gaining interest with a Debating Showcase, as well as coaching a team of Year 7 boys. This means Scotch Debating now encompasses six year groups with just under 100 boys; a significant jump from the 35 students in 2011 when Mac was in Year 8.

Mac's involvement does not end with Australian style debating in the WADL and AHISA competitions; he has also participated in Mock Trials, with his team narrowly missing the finals this year. In the British Parliamentary Debating Competition, his team reached the state final in 2014. Furthermore, Mac has entered a variety of speech competitions, where he has reached the state finals in each one in which he has participated.

It is for these reasons that Mac is a most worthy recipient of Honours for Achievement in Debating.

PUBLIC SPEAKING (MOCK TRIALS) 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Public Speaking (Mock Trials) in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

James

Naylor-Pratt

11

Anderson

Comm Serv 15

Alec

Garkaklis

11

Cameron

Drama 15

Drummond

Orr

11

Ferguson

Comm Serv 15

James

Warne

11

Stuart

Basketball 15

Philip

Singh

12

Anderson

Comm Serv 15

Micky

Mallawarachi

12

Cameron

Debating 12 14 Athletics 14

William

Goyder

12

Ross

Drama 13 15 Music Ens Music Chamber Music Jazz/Cont 14 Public Speaking (Debating) 14 15 Comm Serv 15

Aaron

Salter

12

Ross

Comm Serv Public Speaking (Debating) 15

Mark

Barwood

12

St Andrews

Music Ens 14

Mac

Hanlin

12

Stuart

Public Speaking (Debating) 12 13 14 15 Music Ens Music Chamber Rugby 14 Cricket 14 15

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Public Speaking (Mock Trials) in 2015.

Peter

Cooke

11

Cameron

James

Hollingsworth

11

Shearer

PUBLIC SPEAKING (SPEECH) 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Public Speaking (Speech) in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Bailey

Banfield

12

Cameron

Football Tennis 14 15 Chess Comm Serv 15

Oliver

Heath

12

Cameron

Debating 12 Drama 14 15 Pipe Band 14

William

Goyder

12

Ross

Drama 13 15 Music Ens Music Chamber Music Jazz/Cont 14 Public Speaking (Debating) 14 15 Comm Serv Public Speaking (Mock Trials) 15

PUBLIC SPEAKING (UNYA) 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Public Speaking (UNYA) in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

James

Naylor-Pratt

11

Anderson

Comm Serv Public Speaking (Mock Trials) 15

Charlie

Mills

11

Stuart

Public Speaking (Debating) 12 13 15 Drama 14 15 Academic W'shop 15

Bailey

Banfield

12

Cameron

Football Tennis 14 15 Chess Comm Serv Public Speaking (Speech) 15

RUGBY 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Rugby in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Rory

O'Sullivan

11

Ferguson

Rugby 14

Denver

Quantrill

11

Shearer

Cross Country 13 Rugby 14 Comm Serv 15

Abraham

Potter

11

St Andrews

Cross Country 13

Hugo

Shervington

12

Alexander

Surfing 14

William

Siebert

12

Anderson

Rugby 14

Joshua

Parker

12

Cameron

Rugby 14

Matthew

Yelland-Hunter

12

Ferguson

Rugby 14 Basketball 15

James

Fox-Slater

12

Keys

Rowing 15

Ben

Corser

12

Ross

Rugby 14 15

Hayden

Donnelly

12

Shearer

Pipe Band 13 14

Bomber

Markwell

12

St Andrews

Athletics Rugby 14

Liam

Bayly

12

Stuart

Rugby 14

Mac

Hanlin

12

Stuart

Public Speaking (Debating) 12 13 14 15 Music Ens Music Chamber Rugby 14 Cricket 14 15 Public Speaking (Mock Trials) 15

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Rugby in 2015.

Nicholas

Gale

11

Ferguson

Asad

Hosseini

11

St Andrews

Harrison

Mills

12

Anderson

Rory

Walker

12

Anderson

Brody

Devahasdin

12

Ferguson

SAILING 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Sailing in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Adam

Brenz-Verca

9

Stuart

Sailing 13

Benjamin

Walsh

10

Ferguson

Sailing 14

Andrew

Briggs

11

Cameron

Sailing 14

Liam

Seagreen

12

Ferguson

Sailing 11 12 13 Cross Country 15

Emerson

Carlberg

12

Ross

Sailing 11 12 13

Conor

McMurtrie

12

Shearer

Sailing 13 14

George

Boulden

12

St Andrews

Sailing 10 11 12 13 14 Comm Serv 15

HONOURS

Emerson

Carlberg

12

Ross

Emerson is an outstanding sportsman who has achieved at the highest level in sailing both within and outside of the College over the past four years.

Emerson joined the Scotch College sailing team in 2010 as a crew member. By the summer of 2011 he had advanced to be a skipper in the 1st team. In 2012, as a Year 9, he was one of three skippers involved in Scotch College's winning National School Teams Racing Regatta. The following year he was again involved as a skipper in the Scotch team that finished second in the national regatta. This year Emerson led the Scotch 1st team to victory in the State Championships. At all of these regattas, Emerson's performance and sportsmanship has been singled out by race officials and other competitors as being exemplary.

Emerson's record of achievement is remarkable, having been runner-up in the State Championships as well as winning the State title twice. At the national level he has been both a runner-up and national champion.

Outside of Scotch, Emerson has also had much success. He has won multiple state championships in the 420 class and in December 2013 Emerson won the Open National 420 Championships. As a result of this outstanding achievement Emerson was inducted into the Western Australian Institute of Sport, the Australian Sailing Youth Team, and was selected to represent Australia at the 2014 ISAF Youth World Championships. He represented Australia with pride and professionalism.

Emerson continued his run of success in 2014, again winning the Open National Championships in December. Emerson was again selected to represent Australia at the 2015 ISAF Youth World Championships, to be held in October this year, unfortunately he is unable to compete due to Year 12 examinations.

Emerson will leave behind a lasting legacy, not only in his achievements but in his leadership of younger students. Emerson's impressive record makes him a most worthy recipient of Honours.

SOCCER 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Soccer in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Carlin

Feely

10

Brisbane

Athletics 13 Soccer 14

Oliver

Cheveralls

12

Alexander

Soccer 13 14

Aidan

Davies

12

Brisbane

Soccer 14

Ryan

Hare

12

Cameron

Cross Country 13 Soccer 14

Harrison

Patten-Williams

12

Cameron

Soccer 13 14

Hamish

Blanchard

12

Ferguson

Soccer 13 14

Emerson

Carlberg

12

Ross

Sailing 11 12 13

William

Goyder

12

Ross

Drama 13 15 Music Ens Music Chamber Music Jazz/Cont 14 Public Speaking (Debating) 14 15 Comm Serv Public Speaking (Speech) 15

Graeme

Stewart

12

Shearer

Soccer 13 14 Comm Serv 15

Sebastian

Bentley

12

Stuart

Soccer 13 14 15 Basketball 15

Mcauley

Blair

12

Stuart

Soccer 14

The following boys are awarded new Colours for Soccer in 2015.

Teophile

Brown

10

Brisbane

Jack

Bardsley

10

Cameron

Charlie

McGuckin

12

Shearer

SURFING 2015

The following boys are awarded Colours for Surfing in 2015 and have previously received Colours.

PREFERRED

SURNAME

YEAR

HOUSE

PREVIOUS COLOURS

Julien

Walker

11

Cameron

Athletics 12

Alex

Crump

11

Shearer

Football 14 15 Comm Serv 15