Premiership History

GPS Results (official competition from 2015 onwards)
1st  2nd
1988 TSC
1989 NC/TSC
1990 NC
1991 NC
1992 TSC
1993 TSC
1994 TSC
1995 TSC NC/TSC
1996 NC/TSC
1997 TSC TSC
1998 TSC
1999 NC
2000 SIC
2001 NC TSC
2002 TSC TSC
2003 NC
2004 TSC NC
2005 TSC TSC
2006 SIC SJC
2007 NC NC
2008 SIC SJC
2009 SIC
2010 SIC
2011 SIC TSC/SIC
2012 NC
2013 NC NC
2014 NC NC
2015 NC NC
2016 TSC NC
2017 TSC NC
2018 NC/TSC NC/TSC/Shore
2019 NC Shore
2020 NC TSC
2021 NC  NC
GPS CAS Combined Results
1st 2nd
1988 TSC
1989 WC NC/TSC
1990 NC
1991 NC
1992 TSC
1993 WC TSC
1994 TGS TSC
1995 TSC NC/TSC
1996 TGS NC
1997 TSC TSC/TGS
1998 TSC TGS
1999 WC NC
2000 SIC
2001 NC TSC
2002 TSC TSC
2003 WC NC
2004 TSC NC
2005 TSC TSC
2006 TGS SJC
2007 NC NC/SAC
2008 SIC SJC
2009 SAC SIC
2010 SAC SIC
2011 SIC TSC/SIC
2012 NC CS
2013 NC NC
2014 NC NC
2015 NC NC
2016 TSC/SAC NC
2017 NC NC
2018 NC/TSC NC/TSC
2019 NC Shore
2020 KGS/NC TSC
2021  NC  NC
Legend:
King’s TKS
Newington NC
High SBHS
Scots TSC
Shore E
St Ignatius’ SIC
St Joseph’s SJC
Trinity TGS
Waverley WC
Barker BC
Cranbrook CS
St Aloysius SAC
Knox KGS

Prior to 2015 the AAGPS and CAS only recognised the winners of the Combined Competition as the Premiers. Post 2015 the competition changed into a three trophy CAS/GPS/Combined CAS/GPS.

*Water Polo was not recognised as an official GPS sport until 2015.

Water Polo in unique within the sporting environment of AAGPS – competition includes  its foundation schools from both the GPS & CAS. The current competition has a dual Premierships for 1st and 2nd Grade, a Combined Schools Premiership (can be won by either GPS or CAS) and since 2015 an AAGPS Premiership. Game points from each fixture are attributed to both competition tables.

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