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MESSAGE FROM THE CO-PRESIDENTS
To our fellow Classics,
It has been another year of success for the Classic Wallabies as we have watched a unique year unfold for the Wallabies.
In what was a dramatic and difficult period with the resignation of Ewen McKenzie, it was heartening to see a side that still played with same pride and passion for the gold jersey. We were desperately unlucky not defeat the All Blacks in the third Bledisloe Cup Test in Brisbane and the devastation on the face of every Wallaby that night showed how much that loss hurt them. It was one of our best performances in a decade!
On behalf of the Classic Wallabies we would like to thank Ewen McKenzie for his heartfelt service to Australian Rugby in both the Provincial and National arenas. Ewen had coached at three Super Rugby provinces and was involved in the Wallabies coaching program for the second time in his career. We would also like to wish him the best for all of his future endeavors.
Randwick Rugby is pleased to announce a formal partnership with Brisbane-based corporate training company ExecForce for the 2015 season. ExecForce is an Australian company based in Brisbane that utilises specialised training techniques. It caters for domestic and international executive groups and tailors programs to meet one's work schedules and goals, with individual and team development plans.
The 92nd Annual General Meeting of the RDRUFC will be held in the Coogee Surf Club, Beach Street, Coogee, on Tuesday 16 December 2014 at 6.30pm. All Members and interested parties welcome.
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The Season commences on 21 March 2015. Randwick is away to Eastwood. The first home game is Round 2 v West Harbour.
Donna Brasco Miller is currently assisting the players in the Randwick Gym with strength and conditioning. This valuable off-season program for the players is already paying dividends. Donna grew up in Newcastle where she trained professionally as a dancer for the British Ballet Organisation (BBO) before making the move to Sydney to further her education as a strength and conditioning coach. Donna's dancing background and time as a NSW representative touch player saw her interests in sports performance and nutrition evolve into an integral part of her current coaching philosophies.