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Galloping Green Brendan Williams was predicted to be one of Australia's top Rugby players, but then he suffered a dramatic and very public fall from grace. Drugs, alcohol and the death of his brother led Brendan down the wrong path. His Australian rugby contract was terminated, so he took his talents overseas. His ensuing rise was just as spectacular as his fall. This is the inspirational story of a kid from The Block who went on to become one of Italy's top and most popular rugby players. With his playing days coming to an end, Brendan is preparing for the next stage in his life. Living in Treviso, Italy with his wife, young daughter and another baby on the way, things couldn't have turned out much better.
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Congratulations from all at Randwick Rugby to Ben Mowen ....
Qantas Wallabies backrower Ben Mowen will become Australia's 80th Test captain in Saturday night's crucial Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship clash against Argentina at Patersons Stadium in Perth.
It's a huge honour for the ACT Brumbies leader, who has earned the opportunity to lead his country less than three months after debuting against The British & Irish Lions in June and in just his seventh Test for the Qantas Wallabies.
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Awards for the 2013 Season will be presented on Sunday 8 September 12-3 pm.
Who: All Grade & Colts Players and support staff
When: 12-3 pm Sunday 8 September
Where: Back Bar, Randwick Rugby Club Brook St Coogee
Club supporters are most welcome to join the function at the conclusion of the Players Event.
During a train trip yesterday, a rugby-mad passenger across the aisle asked who is the greatest Wallaby I've ever seen? In a nano-second I answered Mark Ella.
After a series of subsequent questions, he suggested I should write the results of our chat on The Roar today. And here it is.