No they haven't, I went to one of them and there was an Aussie Rules team, it just didn't get much attention. Not to mention Dunstall and Akermanis both came from GPS schools.
When has such a GPS, all year level, interschool AF competition existed? How many GPS schools were involved, who did they play against, & how many AF games pa did each school play? Were these GPS AF games played on the GPS own sports' grounds? Did they play the bagpipes at GPS AF games, & were GPS non-playing students forced to attend as spectators (as in RU)?
In Melb. private schools, it is common for many of their students from an Asian ethnic background to play AF for their school.
Is this similar for students, from an Asian ethnic background, playing RU in Brisbane & Sydney private schools? If not, why not?
Why haven't Brisbane GPS (& AIC, until 2019) schools offered AF, Australia's biggest sport, as a full season option for all their students?
The Brisbane AIC schools are expecting a big number of students, at all year levels, to play AF at their schools, which is being introduced in 2019.
Do you think AF is/was being discriminated against, by the GPS & AIC respectively?