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Randwick Rugby is holding its fundraising Lunch to support Player Scholarships on Thursday 28th August 2014
Purpose of raising money is to better the person and better the player.
"Better people make better Randwick players".
• In 2013 we had 7 scholarships available to our players.
• In 2014 this has expanded to 34 with a view to being 45 – 50 in 2015.
• We support all levels of study - both tertiary and TAFE, trade and skills.
• Residential colleges are a key pillar of our recruitment and retention
Venue: Doltone House 181 Elizabeth St Hyde Park (Tatts Club)
Date: Thursday 28th August
Kick Off: 12.30
Price: $190.00 per person – Tables of 10 $1,900
RSVP: All tables booked by 14th August
Enquiries: Jen 041 888 5392 – email@example.com
Please go to the "By Tickets" link above to book your seats / Tables via Try booking
Bookings essential – tickets are selling quickly
About the INSIDE RUGBY'S INVINCIBLES
The Inside Rugby 'Invincibles' honours Australian Rugby's best players of the post-war period, selected solely on the basis of Rugby excellence. The selection is limited to players who have been retired for at least five years. It is intended that the honour board will bear new names over time. It is intended to be the most elite of clubs celebrating players at the pinnacle of Australian Rugby's history. Already it has been embraced as a special element of the Australian Rugby story. Randwick's own Colin Windon, Ken Catchpole, Mark Ella and David Campese are the first four inductees at the heart of that story.
Two Randwick U10 teams went to Narabeen to contest four matches each against the best from the Sydney metropolitan clubs. There were 36 players selected in the squad so the entourage of parents, siblings and supporters made for a great day at Camp Wicks and plenty of support for the players.
Congratulations Randwick juniors Sepesa Loga-Tarogi and Connor O'Shea on their selection in the Australian Schools Team 2014
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Wade Kelly, Randwick Rugby Club Head Coach, has advised that he will not be seeking another term as head coach for the 2015 season. Whilst Randwick were keen to maintain his services Kelly has advised his desire to develop his career outside of rugby whilst also maintaining his current role with The Scots College.
The club and Kelly agreed that in order to ensure an efficient succession now was the time to make this announcement. "It also means we can focus our energies on making a push for the finals and challenge the top sides when we get into the finals" said Kelly.
Randwick President Bob Dwyer acknowledged Wade's strong contribution. "Wade took over the head coaching role in challenging circumstances in late 2012. He has implemented a rugby program that now attracts and develops elite schoolboy players into aspiring professionals and his ability and passion at identifying and developing youth is a legacy the club will benefit from for many years".
Throughout his tenure young players such as David Horwitz, Andrew Kellaway, Andrew Deegan, Ned Hanigan, David Vea and Jack Johnson have continued their development and become more accomplished players and leaders.
Director of Rugby Nick Ryan added, "Wade has been a tremendous servant to the Randwick Club. His passion for the club, and enthusiasm to identify and develop young talent has seen the club climb the premiership ladder".
The club will now embark on a process to identify and recruit the head coach for the 2015 season. This will be advertised through the club's communication channels over the coming weeks.
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Colts 1 won 48-22
Colts 2 lost 21-41
Colts 3 lost 5-28
1st Grade lost 0-48
2nd Grade lost 31-59
3rd Grade lost 5-40
4th grade lost 15-22
|FIRST GRADE||SECOND GRADE||THIRD GRADE||FOURTH GRADE|
|1||Toa Asa ©||Paris Cockinos||Thomas Kolo||Jioje Aropio|
|2||Pat Hodgetts||Tevita Vea||Tom Weber||Jarrod O'Hara|
|3||Tristan Goodbody||Tom Wallace||Mick Celona||Tait O'Sullivan|
|4||Alfred Pinomi||Geoff Ingram||Brett Kelly||Al Kaihua|
|5||Josh Eden-Whaitiri||Lewis Taighe||Lachie Robertson||Morgan Bruhns|
|6||Jesse Harris||Tim Murray||Jose Galdames||Max Helliwell|
|7||Mark Baldwin||Nick Kaspereck||Nick Coogan||Liam Martin|
|8||Will Munro||Alex Harrod||Matt Kite||Tyronne Derboghossian|
|9||Harry Boileau||Tim Donlan||James Helliwell||Tony Luxford|
|10||David Horwitz||Andrew Norton||Stuart Dyer||Ben Allard|
|11||Nathan Roye||Tom Hiddleston||Elliott Rechtin||Andrew Wing-Kee|
|12||Brogan Roods||Alfred Paea||Lachlan McKay||Kingston Anderson|
|13||Kuki Ma'afu||Jarrod Roberts||Iosua Leaseasu||Scott Malone|
|14||Ethan Ford||Mark Bannon||Steve Casamento||Sef Smith|
|15||Andrew Kellaway||Yoshio Kimishima||Matt Meoli||Dan Byrne|