It's grand final day, and we are playing Sydney University at Concord Oval.
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Thanks to our Development Officer Jim Dubos the Randwick Rugby Tens Tournament on 25 August looks to be a huge day providing local school teams the opportunity to have a go at rugby and enjoy the day.
Australia’s Sevens team has been announced for the 2015-16 series, which will include a run at qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The Sevens squad includes Randwick flyer and Australian schoolboy Henry Hutchison. ‘Henry is a player we have had an eye on for a while’, Australian coach Geraint John said. ‘He brings electrifying speed but it’s also about developing players.’
The NSW Country Eagles have done well to secure themselves one of the stand outs from the Australian Under 20s team’s Junior World Cup campaign in Italy earlier this year, in lock/back rower Ned Hanigan. Not only is Hanigan a legitimate talent and proven himself dominant at his various levels of development, but as a product of the Central Western Plains region of NSW (Coonamble), he’s a country boy through and through.
Sydney University survived a late Randwick revival to win the W. McMahon Memorial Shield with a 29-26 victory in the grand final at Forshaw Rugby Park on Sunday.
After leading by 19 points with 35 minutes remaining, Dave Haigh’s side held out the Galloping Greens in the last play of the match to claim the 2015 title.