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The Melbourne Rebels have added former Wallaby (and former Galloping Green player and current attack coach) Morgan Turinui to their coaching staff until the end of 2018.
Turinui has a wealth of experience having played 83 games of Super Rugby with the Waratahs and Reds as well as earning 20 Wallabies caps throughout his career.
Congratulations from all at Randwick Rugby to Bryan Richard Lenthall awarded MEDAL (OAM) OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA IN THE GENERAL DIVISION for service to rugby union in the 2016 Queen's Birthday Honours.
Bryan has a 57 year engagement with the great game of rugby starting in 1959!
Bryan's playing career at Randwick Rugby encompassed 1959 to 1964 in juniors, starting in the U14s and from 1965 to 1970 in grade teams.
Australia will face England in their final pool game of the tournament on Wednesday, kicking off at 4:45am AEST LIVE on FOX SPORTS
Fifita hungry to tame English scrum.....
Moving to Australia in 2012 with barely any English, Vunipola Fifita never pictured himself representing Australia on the World stage.
This Wednesday, the Tongan-born prop will face his biggest challenge yet, as the Australian pack looks to tame the English scrum in the Australia U20s’ final pool game of the World Rugby U20s Championship.
Congratulations Galloping Green colts Vunipola Fifita and Simon Kennewell named in the Australian U20s to play Italy. Former Wicksman Lukhan Tui is listed on the reserve bench.
Randwick Rugby supporters and community may well be interested in the Rugby Business Network (RBN) and events. The RBD links 32,000 + members globally in a free networking community, where business people who like rugby can create value for each other in business both online and face to face. For Club players it’s a great opportunity to connect and hear from some key past and current industry and rugby leaders which could assist them with connections and development options in their careers.
Club members will be saddened to learn of the passing of Geoff Ball aged 82 years.
Late of French's Forest, Geoff passed away 4 June 2016.
Family and friends are warmly invited to a funeral for Geoff to be held in the Palm Chapel at Macquarie Park Crematorium 15 June 2016 10.15 am
John Brewer's listing for Geoff states:
'A fly half and occasional inside centre who played 90 Club games from 1954 to 1959 including 33 games in first grade, in which he scored 7 tries (21 points). His best season was in 1959 when he played 19 first grade games and was a member of the side which beat Northern Suburbs 16 - 0 to win that year's Premiership. He played fly half in that match, outside Ken Catchpole.'
Peter John , Ken Thornett, Peter Tzannes and Geoff Ball at the 80th birthday celebrations for Bob Outterside 2012
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