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U6 and U7s Minis Rugby is a fantastic non-contact introduction to the great game of Rugby. Kids learn awesome new skills and make great friends. All players are supplied with free shorts, socks and Coogee jersey plus they receive a fabulous gift and trophy at season's end. Coogee also offers teams up to U12s.
U6 and U7 fees only $100 per player
Come to our registration days:
South Coogee Bowling Club
Henning Avenue, South Coogee
Sundays, 15 and 22 February, 10am-1pm
Contact Club Secretary:
Alison Garret: 0415 421 904
Saturday 28 March 7-10 pm $60
Two course meal with beer, wine and soft drinks included - Book your tickets now >>>...
Guest Speaker: Adam Freier, Senior Communications Manager with the Australian Rugby Union Media Team
Photo action from Saturday's trial v Waratahs >>>...
The Galloping Greens put up some stiff resistance from the kick-off as the Tahs slowly clicked through the gears to find a familiar passing rhythm. Time and again, a last ditch tackle thwarted a blue jersey but they couldn't stop Cliffy Palu from striding over for the first five pointer of the day. Read Rugby News' review of the action. Read more from Rugby News>>>...
Calling all rugby mad juniors (boys or girls) to be 2015 Ball Boys at Coogee Oval. Is this you? Can you help out? Help at away games also appreciated.
We just need to know the following details:
• Your name and age.
• Email contact details (parents).
Get your mum or dad to register your interest with Daniel Dowe via email email@example.com
This Saturday's (7 February) coach education, player training and scrimmage session will be at Bicentennial Park, Yarra Rd, Phillip Bay. It is about 6kms down the road from Latham on ANZAC Parade. Latham Park is unavailable due to ground maintanence.
This is a story about engagement, or perhaps the lack of it, between the elite and the great unwashed of Australian rugby.
A good place to start, is the largely forgotten Arbib Report of 2012, which made a salient point:
"An organisation that ignores its shareholders or takes them for granted, except on the handful of occasions where it has no choice but to seek their endorsement, should not be surprised when it meets a cold reception."
"While the Wallabies might be the financial engine of Australian Rugby, the community Game is its beating heart."