In front of an enthusiastic crowd Randwick Mayor Noel D'Sousa declared the new training ground at Latham Park officially "open". Players of all ages, from 1st Grade Captain Andrew Deegan down to the minis from Coogee Juniors, Classic Wallabies including Jeffrey Sayle and Simon Poidevin, former Australian Coach Bob Dwyer and the trophy winning girls of the South East Randwick Magic 7s; all were delighted to see this enhanced, all-weather training ground available for use.
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Through the efforts of the local rugby community, there has been a massive momentum shift this year towards rugby union for this age group. This allowed the Randwick Warriors to double its numbers and field two U14 teams in the Sunday club competition. A good news rugby story!
Considering the depth of talent, Randwick Juniors has selected a Representative side which will play at the State Championships in Orange over the long weekend.
The team is:-
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“Two minutes into the game, I copped a big head knock to the back of the head, I’m pretty sure it was a shoulder, I just can’t really remember anything after that… I remember coming off the field and stuff but before that I don’t remember… you blank out for a bit, I think I was stumbling and then just seeing stars really, you know it feels surreal… then I just get headaches”.
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