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Football Caps

St Paul's Collegiate School —

Jasom Khatkar – in his third season as a member of the 1st XI football squad, Jasom has developed into an essential figure within the team. He has proven to be the rock, both in his attitude and effort on and off the field. In league, tournament and cup competitions, Jasom has represented the school 59 times, scoring three goals and stopping countless more. Extremely competitive, he always plays with energy and aggression. Named captain for 2018, he leads through his actions. No one works harder in a game. Jasom sets a wonderful example for his teammates. It is a pleasure to issue him with his Honours Cap for service to football.

Jacob Rae – in his third season with the 1st XI, Jacob has established himself as a guaranteed starter. A natural left footer, his explosive pace and good ball control make him dangerous on attack, but it has also made him defensively sound. Jacob has become an outstanding left back with the ability to attack from deep. He has played 59 times for the 1st XI and figures highly in the revival of football within the school. He is a worthy recipient of his Honours Cap.

David Hancock – since making his debut as a Year 10 student, the last three years have seen David establish himself as a crucially important and pivotal player with the 1st XI football squad. As a striker, he is a constant threat for the opposition, creating numerous shots on goal. In 50 games he has scored 19 times, which is a fantastic conversion rate. Extremely fit, David is a skilful and well-balanced on his feet, making him difficult to defend. He thoroughly deserves his Honours Cap for service to football.