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Michael Cheika has announced former All Black centre and Canterbury Crusaders assistant coach, Daryl Gibson will join the Waratahs coaching staff for next season.
With a wealth of playing and coaching experience, Gibson will work alongside Cheika and assistant coach Alan Gaffney as they usher in a new playing style and passion at Moore Park.
GET down to Coogee Beach on Saturday November 24 and meet the new generation of HSBC Waratahs players, together with coach Michael Cheika and the ever-popular Tah Man.
As well as the chance to meet the players, rugby fans will be able to pick up a special deal on HSBC Waratahs merchandise and get it signed by the players themselves for that perfect Christmas gift!
THIS is a team you'll be proud to be part of: Cheika's message to the NSW Rugby Community.
RANDWICK District Rugby Union Football Club is saddened with the death of Len Cartwright, of long-term Galloping Greens sponsor Cartwright Insurance. Denis Cleary, Randwick Board member and neighbour of 17 years, acknowledges Len as a "wonderful club man", a sentiment shared by all at Randwick Rugby. Len's association with the Galloping Greens extends over 40 years.
HAVING hit the headlines after Day 2 of the Singapore Sevens, Randwick reached the top 4 of the Ablitt Cup, beating compatriots Palmyra and Sunnybank en route to a semi final against Fiji's top 7s club side, Daveta. With Ethan Ford racking up his sixth try of the tournament, the Wicks were leading at half time. But the slippery conditions favoured the Fijians who proved their ability to turn simple errors into points. A top 4 result in this high standard event shows good improvement for Randwick 7s, as they set their sights on Darwin in January.
THE Randwick Rugby Club Board recently welcomed the Club's sponsors aboard President Anthony Bell's magnificent 87' Warren Sports Yacht 'Ghost' for a cruise on Sydney Harbour.The Club's sponsors were hosted by Board Members including Wallaby and Randwick No. 6, Simon Poidevin, and all enjoyed a fabulous afternoon. Simon presented the Club's plans for 2013 from the Board perspective followed by new coach Wade Kelly who gave the audience a fast-paced presentation of his program and plans for 2013. It is clear exciting times will return to Coogee Oval and especially running rugby.
GRANDSONS of F W Meagher, Peter and Greg, recently attended the Australian Rugby Union's 2012 Awards night at Darling Harbour. The evening included the acknowledgment of this year's Wallaby Hall of Fame inductees Francis Wallace Meagher, Tony Shaw and Geoff Shaw. Read more >...