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The X PATCH biosensor contains a low-power, tri-axial accelerometer (like those used in smartphones)
with a 200g maximum reading and a tri-axial angular gyroscope. The accelerometer and gyroscope calculate acceleration and rotational time history of impacts occurring or transmitted to the player's head and are downloaded after the game to allow analysis, just like video and GPS performance data.
It was the second round and our first game at home, playing West Harbour.
Wests kicked off towards the Dolphin street end of Coogee Oval, putting Randwick under pressure immediately, which resulted in us conceding an early penalty. West Harbour opted for the 3 points, Randwick 0. Wests dominated the first 14 minutes of the half with Randwick forced to defend.
In the 24th minute, Randwick packed a scrum in their own half, and ran the ball. Wests then gave away a penalty and Randwick kicked for a line out. Randwick won the line out, a maul formed and Randwick were awarded another penalty just 15 metres out. Tom Hiddleston took the kick and converts. Randwick - 3, West Harbour - 3.
Finally the first competition round had arrived, and the players where excited and looking forward to getting into it, as they had worked hard in the off season and pre-season. Randwick gets of to a good start by applying some pressure to Eastwood which leads to a penalty kick with Tom Hiddleston puts between the posts for 3 points.
Colts 1 def West Harbour 69-12
Colts 2 def West Harbour 66-7
Colts 3 def West Harbour 53-0
U18s def West Harbour 21-20
1sts def West Harbour 24-13
2nds def West Harbour 41-23
3rds 1 def West Harbour 20-14
4ths def West Harbour 34-17 (6 tries)
The Metropolitan Committee for the Men Of League had a very successful and enjoyable fund raiser for Rugby Union and Rugby League legend Russell Fairfax on Friday 27 March. Jimmy Smith was MC for the day and welcomed the 370 strong gathering which included many greats from both codes, Men Of League CEO Corene Strauss, NSW branch manager Stuart Raper and Welfare officer Ben Ross.
For all of the parties in the week leading up to - and during - the Hong Kong Sevens, one could be forgiven that the tournament is steeped in history. Australia has more than played its part in this history with some of our finest Wallabies donning the gold jersey in the event that remains the jewel in the crown on the Sevens circuit.
'Old Wicks' Linked In is coming to you.
To identify and engage past players and officials who are passionate about the Club and its future and can leverage community and corporate relationships to develop the current players and the Club's future.