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AAGPS Sports Update - 20 JUNE 2022:

 

The AAGPS will host Combined Associated Schools (CAS) representative teams, in addition to other representative fixtures taking place this week, the final week of Term 2. 

 

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AAGPS Sports Update - 27 MAY 2022:

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters' Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2022:

 

AAGPS winter sport fixtures continue this Saturday 28 May, including the commencement of 1st and 2nd XI Football, and 3rd XV Rugby AAGPS competitions. The 1st and 2nd XI Football, and 3rd XV Rugby Fixtures, will be streamed and available via www.cluch.tv, www.bit.lu/cluch-ios, www.bit.ly/cluch-android. They are also available to be viewed on Apple TV and Android TV. The final timings of broadcasts will be available on the AAGPS platform, please follow the relevant login instructions to register. 1st and 2nd XV Rugby Fixtures will be streamed from Saturday 4 June.

 

Please refer to individual schools for specific advice of upcoming fixtures and any relevant restrictions in place. All fixtures and results can be found on the AAGPS website and the AAGPS App, which can be found in the Apple Store or on Google Play. 

 

The AAGPS wishes all competitors and schools the best of luck for a successful winter competition season.

 

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AAGPS Sports Update - 14 APRIL 2022:

 

The Executive Officer, Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters' Standing Committee, wish to provide the following update regarding AAGPS sporting programmes in 2022:

 

The GPS Headmasters' Standing Committee have met to ratify the decision of the Judicial Panel formed to review the result of the 1st VIII race for the Major Rennie Trophy at the 125th AAGPS Head of the River Regatta held on Saturday 19 March 2022 at Iron Cove.

 

The Judicial Panel determined that the result of the 1st VIII race as deemed by the Umpire and Jury overseeing the protest submitted on 19 March 2022 should stand. Subsequently, the GPS Headmasters' Standing Committee has announced that The King's School is awarded the Major Rennie Trophy for 2022 and all other placings of the race stand.

 

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AAGPS Sports Update - 25 MARCH 2022:

 

The Executive Officer, Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters' Standing Committee, wish to provide the following update regarding AAGPS sporting programmes in 2022:

 

The GPS Headmaster's Standing Committee have met to review the result of the 1st VIII race for the Major Rennie Trophy at the 125th AAGPS Head of the River Regatta held on Saturday 19 March 2022.

 

A decision has been taken that a Judicial panel will be formed by the AAGPS.

 

This panel will examine the decision of the Jury overseeing the Regatta to review the provisional placings of the crews across the line following the submission of a protest to the result in accordance with the NSW Laws of Boat Racing.

 

The AAGPS appreciates the understanding and patience of our communities at this time, as deliberation and procedural fairness is carried out in the best interest of all concerned.

 

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AAGPS Sports Update - 23 MARCH 2022: SWIMMING CARNIVAL 5

 

The AAGPS Swimming Carnival 5 will take place this Friday 25 March at The Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, commencing at 6.30pm.

 

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AAGPS Sports Update - 17 MARCH 2022: HEAD OF THE RIVER 2022

 

The AAGPS is pleased to confirm final approval for the 125th Head of the River to be held on Saturday 19 March 2022 at Iron Cove.

 

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For the full event program please click here

 

AAGPS Sports Update - 16 MARCH 2022: HEAD OF THE RIVER 2022

 

Due to the extensive rainfall in the Sydney basin in recent weeks, and the subsequent flooding and closure of Sydney International Regatta Centre, Penrith, the AAGPS Head of the River will not be held at the venue as scheduled on Saturday 19 March 2022.

 

The AAGPS has been working fastidiously with the various stakeholders required to conduct the event at an alternate venue as scheduled on Saturday 19 March. Once all required approvals are received then final confirmation and information of the event will be provided to our communities immediately.

 

The AAGPS appreciates your understanding and patience in this unprecedented situation requiring a change of venue for the Head of the River for the first time since 1996. 

 

AAGPS Sports Update - 28 JANUARY 2022

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Nigel Price, in consultation with the Headmasters Standing Committee, wish to provide the following update regarding AAGPS sporting programs in 2022:

 

AAGPS summer sporting fixtures will recommence this Saturday 29 January 2022 with the final inter-school trials to take place prior to the commencement of the AAGPS summer sport competitions on Saturday 5 February 2022.

 

The allowance of spectators at all summer sport fixtures will be the responsibility of individual member schools and external venue providers and will vary between indoor and outdoor venues and individual facility capacities. Masks will be required to be worn by all spectators and players when not participating in fixtures in indoor venues. It is expected that no more than two spectators per student may attend an indoor venue and that players and spectators will leave once that activity is concluded. Please note that some schools may elect to keep particular venues spectator-free as part of their own site COVID risk assessment. Please refer to individual schools for advice of upcoming fixtures and the relevant restrictions in place.

 

Attendance at fixtures will adhere to the AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan, and the minimising of gatherings before and after fixtures. The AAGPS strongly recommends all participants to be fully vaccinated to protect against COVID-19.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2022.

 

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AAGPS Sports Update - 16 DECEMBER 2021

 

The AAGPS is pleased to announce the launch of our new look website and implementation of an AAGPS App for all sporting fixtures from 2022.

 

The website is a key part of our new integrated sports management platform, developed in conjunction with JARO Sports.

 

For more information please click here

 

 

AAGPS Sports Update – 10 NOVEMBER 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee, wish to provide the following update regarding AAGPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

The GPS Headmaster’s Standing Committee is pleased to announce that AAGPS summer sport fixtures will re-commence on Saturday 13 November 2021. The full details of a revised schedule for Term 4, will be available shortly on the AAGPS website. All fixtures will be inter-school trial matches, in preparation for the AAGPS summer sport competitions commencing in Term 1, 2022. There will be no spectators permitted at all fixtures in Term 4.

 

All inter-school sporting activities will be conducted in accordance with the updated AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan and within current NSW Government and Health guidelines. This includes the requirement for all participants aged 16 years and over to be fully vaccinated in order to participate in, or officiate at inter-school sporting fixtures. Proof of vaccination for students 16 years and over participating in AAGPS inter-school fixtures are to be verified by each school prior to the re-commencement date.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 

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AAGPS Sports Update – 15 OCTOBER 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding AAGPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

Considering current COVID-19 NSW Government and Health regulations, and in the best interest of our staff, students, volunteers, the entire AAGPS community and our many families and friends, it is with regret that the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee has announced that the AAGPS 2021 Athletics Championships have been cancelled. All other Term 4 summer sport fixtures will remain suspended until further notice.

 

The AAGPS will continue to work within NSW Government and Health guidelines in preparation for the re-commencement of sporting programs and fixtures when it is deemed appropriate to do so.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 

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AAGPS Sports Update – 6 August 2021


The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding AAGPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

Considering ongoing COVID-19 NSW Government and Health regulations, and in the best interest of the safety and welfare of our staff, students, volunteers, the entire AAGPS community and our many families and friends in this challenging time, it is with deep regret that the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee has announced that the AAGPS 2021 winter sport competitions, and the AAGPS Rifle Shooting Championships have been cancelled.

 

The AAGPS Athletics Championships scheduled for September 11, 2021, have been postponed indefinitely and will not occur in Term 3.

 

The AAGPS will continue to work within NSW Government and Health guidelines in preparation for the re-commencement of sporting programs and fixtures when it is deemed safe and appropriate to do so.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.


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AAGPS Sports Update – 9 JULY 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding AAGPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

In light of current NSW Government and Health regulations, and in the best interest of the safety and welfare of our staff, students, volunteers and the entire AAGPS community and our many family and friends, The GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee has announced that the AAGPS Rifle Shooting Championships scheduled for Tuesday 13 July and Wednesday 14 July have been postponed, and all other AAGPS 2021 winter sport competitions and fixtures are currently suspended.

 

The AAGPS will work within NSW Government and Health guidelines in preparation for the re-commencement of sporting fixtures when it is deemed safe and appropriate to do so.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 

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Announcement Rep Rugby Saturday 26 June

 

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AAGPS U:16 President XV Cancellation

 

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GPS Representative Rugby 1st XV; GPS 2nd XV
NSW Schools Championships – Daceyville: David Phillips Field & NSW Rugby HQ.
 


GPS 2nd XV v Sydney Juniors @ 1 pm
GPS 1st XV v ISA 1 @ 3.20 p.m.
 


An announcement regarding Teams Selections will be made on Tuesday 15 June 2021, due to injury assessments and availability.


 
The training for these teams has been changed to Tuesday 15 June NOT Wednesday 16 June. The venue remains at St Joseph’s College Sports Fields.

 

 

AAGPS Sports Update – 9 JUNE 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

AAGPS Representative Rugby fixtures will be hosted by Knox Grammar School (Number 1 Ground) on June 10, with the full schedule listed below. Attendance will be limited to two spectators and siblings per athlete, and families are asked to maintain physical distance when in the seating area. All spectators must record their attendance upon entry at the electronic sign in provided.

 

All fixtures will be streamed and available via www.cluch.tv, www.bit.ly/cluch-ios, www.bit.ly/cluch-android. They are also able to be viewed on Apple TV and Android TV.

 

Representative Rugby Fixtures 10 June 2021 at Knox Grammar School: 
3.15 PM: GPS White XV v CJRU U18 XV
4.30 PM GPS Blue XV v SJRU U18 XV
5.45 PM GPS 2nd XV v CAS 2nd XV
7.00 PM GPS 1st XV v CAS 1st XV

 

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AAGPS Sports Update – 20 MAY 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

AAGPS winter sporting fixtures continue this Saturday May 22, including the commencement of 1st and 2nd XI Football, and 3rd XV Rugby AAGPS competitions. The 1st and 2nd XI Football, and 3rd XV Rugby Fixtures (with the exception of The Armidale School fixtures), will be streamed and available via www.cluch.tv, www.bit.ly/cluch-ios, www.bit.ly/cluch-android. They are also able to be viewed on Apple TV and Android TV. The final timings of broadcasts will be available on the AAGPS platform, please follow relevant login instructions to register. 1st and 2nd XV Rugby fixtures will be streamed from Saturday 29 May.

 

The allowance of spectators at all sporting fixtures will remain the responsibility of individual member schools and will vary between indoor and outdoor venues and individual school facility capacities. Please refer to individual schools for advice of upcoming fixtures and any relevant restrictions in place.

 

Attendance at fixtures will adhere to the updated AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan and current NSW Government guidelines for indoor and outdoor gatherings, and all spectators must record their attendance upon entry at the electronic sign in provided.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 

GPS ‘Plate’ Premiers 1st & 2nd XI 2021 – Sydney Grammar School

Congratulations to Sydney Grammar School on retaining the 1st XI ‘Plate’ and on the double with a win in the 2nd XI.  In 2nd place in both grades are Saint Ignatius’ College.

Now in its sixth season, the GPS ‘Plate’ Finals consisted of all eight teams who assembled at one venue – the King’s School – for the first time.


 

AAGPS Sports Update – 13 May 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

AAGPS winter sporting fixtures for Cross Country, Football, Rugby and Volleyball continue this Saturday May 15, 2021, including the 1st and 2nd XI Plate Finals for Football at The Kings School. The allowance of spectators at all sporting fixtures will be the responsibility of individual member schools and will vary between indoor and outdoor venues and individual school facility capacities. Please refer to individual schools for advice of upcoming fixtures and any relevant restrictions in place.

 

Attendance at fixtures will adhere to the updated AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan and current NSW Government guidelines for indoor and outdoor gatherings, and all spectators must record their attendance upon entry at the electronic sign in provided. All spectators are reminded that if they have visited any of the reported COVID-19 case locations listed on the NSW Government website not to attend fixtures.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 


AAGPS Sports Update – 7 MAY 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman Mr Mark Ticehurst, and Executive Officer Mr Nigel Price, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee wish to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

Due to updated NSW Government and Health advice on Thursday 6 May, attendance at all AAGPS winter sport fixtures on Saturday 8 May 2021 will be limited to two spectators per athlete. Spectators at indoor matches for Volleyball will also be required to wear a mask when attending these fixtures.

 

Please refer to individual schools for advice of upcoming fixtures and the relevant restrictions in place at host venues. Attendance at fixtures will adhere to the AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan, ensuring the minimising of gatherings before and after fixtures. Participants and spectators must leave venues at the completion of their individual matches and this applies to all scheduled junior and senior fixtures.

 

Spectators must ensure they continue to record their attendance upon entry at the electronic sign in provided, and are reminded that if they have visited any of the reported COVID-19 case locations listed on the NSW Government website they are not to attend fixtures.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 



AAGPS Sports Update – 22 APRIL 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman, Mr Mark Ticehurst, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee, wishes to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2021:

 

AAGPS winter sporting fixtures will commence this Saturday April 24, 2021. The allowance of spectators at all sporting fixtures will remain the responsibility of individual member schools and will vary between indoor and outdoor venues and individual school facility capacities. Please refer to individual schools for advice of upcoming fixtures and any relevant restrictions in place.

 

Attendance at fixtures will adhere to the updated AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan and current NSW Government guidelines for indoor and outdoor gatherings, and all spectators must record their attendance upon entry at the electronic sign in provided.

 

The streaming of selected fixtures will occur upon the commencement of official AAGPS competitions. More details will be provided closer to this commencement date.

 

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 

 

13 March 2021

Congratulations to The King’s School as 2021 winners of the Head of the River, with Shore 2nd and The Scots College 3rd.

Full results here.

School Year 10 4th Eight
1. Saint Ignatius’ College
2. The King’s School

School Year 10 3rd Eight
1. Saint Ignatius’ College
2. Shore
3. The King’s School

School Year 10 2nd Eight
1. The King’s School
2. St Joseph’s College
3. Saint Ignatius’ College

School Year 10 1st Eight
1. Saint Ignatius’ College
2. The King’s School
3. Shore?

School 3rd Eight?
1. St Joseph’s College
2. The King’s School
3. Saint Ignatius’ College

School 4th Four
1. Shore
2. Saint Ignatius’ College
3. St Joseph’s College

School 3rd Four
1. Saint Ignatius’ College
2. Shore?
3. The Scots College

School 2nd Four
1. Shore
2. The Scots College
3. Saint Ignatius’ College

School 1st Four
1. Shore
2. Newington College
3. The Scots College

2nd VIII
1. Saint Ignatius’ College
2. Newington College
3. Shore

1st VIII ‘GPS Head of the River’
1. The King’s School
2. Shore
3. The Scots College

 

 

AAGPS Sports Update – 4 MARCH 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman, Mr Mark Ticehurst, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee, wishes to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2021:

AAGPS Swimming Carnival
The AAGPS Swimming Carnival 4 will take place at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre on Friday 5 March 2021.

Attendance is restricted to two adult spectators per athlete, and all spectators must enter via the designated carnival entry on the map below and QR code on entry. Parking is available in the P2 Carpark.

AAGPS Swimming merchandise by Paladin Sports will be available for purchase on the evening.


AAGPS Head of the River
The 124th Head of the River is to be held on Saturday 13 March 2021 at the Sydney International Regatta Centre, Penrith.?The event is being conducted in accordance with current NSW Government COVID-19 restrictions and the allocation of numbers of persons on site has been determined accordingly.

Spectator seating
Island grandstand tickets for two adult spectators per athlete have been allocated, which are required to be pre-purchased from individual schools. Event programs will be available for collection at the entrance to the grandstand for ticket holders FOC. All ticket holders to the grandstand area must show this ticket to event staff and QR code on entry, or prior to entry via the SIRC code that has been provided, and show the “green tick” to event staff upon arrival. There will be no other general entry into the event other than students, school staff and working officials.

Schedule of Events:
9:00 AM 4th Year 10 VIII
9.08 AM 3rd Year 10 VIII
9.16 AM 2nd Year 10 VIII
9.24 AM 1st Year 10 VIII
9.32 AM 3rd VIII
9.40 AM 4th IV
9.50 AM 3rd IV
10.05 AM 2nd IV
10.20 AM 1st IV
10.35 AM 2nd VIII
10:50 AM 1st VIII

Parking
Parking for pre-purchased ticket holders and officials: Parking is available in the P5 carpark for $20 per car for ticket holders. The entrance is via Gate B. Ticket holders are permitted to take the shuttle bus to the grandstand area (island) FOC. As per current government regulations, any patron wishing to use this service is required to wear a face mask. Parking on the island is strictly for officials and designated guests and is accessible by a specific vehicle access pass.

Food and Beverage
The canteen will be open adjacent to the grandstand for ticket holders. No BBQs are permitted.

Official Merchandise
AAGPS Head of the River merchandise by Paladin Sports will be available for purchase both on the day and via an online sale.

General venue information for pre-purchased ticket holders and officials
The Sydney International Regatta Centre “SIRC” is situated 5 minutes from Penrith; 30 minutes from Parramatta; 40 minutes from Homebush Bay; 60 minutes from the Sydney CBD. 

Directions by Car
If travelling from the city we suggest exiting the M4 Motorway at the Northern Road and following the signs to Sydney International Regatta Centre. The M2 Motorway provides an alternative route whereby visitors can travel to the venue via Windsor and Richmond. The M7 now provides an additional, faster link from the northern suburbs.

Directions by Public Transport
The nearest bus, train and taxi services operate from Penrith Railway Station — about 6km from SIRC. At present there are no regular public transport routes to the venue but taxis should be available if necessary.

Please see the SIRC website for any other venue details.

 

 

AAGPS Sports Update – 28 January 2021

 

The AAGPS Chairman, Mr Mark Ticehurst, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee, wishes to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2021:

AAGPS summer sporting fixtures will recommence this Saturday 30 January 2021. The Rashke Cup and Yeend Shield Basketball competitions for all 1st and 2nd Grade teams will be held at the Shore School. A limit of two spectators per athlete is permitted. Spectators must vacate the venue at the completion of matches to allow access to spectators for the following match.

The allowance of spectators at all other summer sporting fixtures will remain the responsibility of individual member schools and will vary between indoor and outdoor venues and individual school facility capacities. Please refer to individual schools for advice of upcoming fixtures and the relevant restrictions in place. Attendance at fixtures will adhere to the updated AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan, ensuring 1.5m distance between people not from the same household, and the minimising of gatherings before and after fixtures. Participants and spectators must leave venues at the completion of matches.

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2021.

 

 

AAGPS Sports Update – 18 NOVEMBER 2020

 

The AAGPS Chairman, Mr Mark Ticehurst, in consultation with the GPS Headmasters’ Standing Committee, wishes to provide the following update regarding GPS sporting programmes in 2020:

 

Due to ongoing NSW Government and Health restrictions for school and community sport events, and in the best interests of the health and wellbeing of students and staff, the AAGPS Convenors Swimming Invitational being held on Friday 20 November at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, and the St. Joseph’s College Regatta being held on Saturday 21 November at Sydney International Regatta Centre will be closed to spectators. Both of these events will be streamed and available via www.cluch.tv,  www.bit.ly/cluch-ios,  www.bit.ly/cluch-android.  It is also able to be viewed on Apple TV and Android TV. The final timings of broadcasts will be available on platforms, please follow relevant login instructions to register.

 

The allowance of spectators at all other summer sporting fixtures will remain the responsibility of individual member schools and will vary between indoor and outdoor venues and individual school facility capacities. Please refer to individual schools for advice of upcoming fixtures and the relevant restrictions in place. Attendance at fixtures will adhere to the updated AAGPS COVID-19 Safety Plan, ensuring 1.5m distance between people not from the same household, and the minimising of gatherings before and after fixtures. Participants and spectators must leave venues upon the completion of fixtures.

The AAGPS acknowledges that advice and the current situation has, and will continue to change rapidly. As the situation evolves, the AAGPS will continue to monitor, and act accordingly throughout the remainder of 2020.

For further information or clarification, please contact Mr Mark Ticehurst, AAGPS Chairman on 0427 990 761, or Mr Nigel Price, Executive Officer on 0497 012 143.

GPS Rugby, Football, Volleyball, Cross Country fixtures to be played on 23/9/2020

STRICTLY NO SPECTATORS – streaming available – note: make-up matches from 22/08/2020

1st XV, 2nd XV, 3rd XV Rugby; 1st XI & 2nd XI Football; 1st & 2nd Volleyball fixtures will be streamed and available via www.cluch.tvwww.bit.ly/cluch-ioswww.bit.ly/cluch-android. The final timings of broadcasts will be available on the platforms; please follow relevant login instructions to register. Note all GPS matches will be available for viewing only until midday following day of match