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Congratulations and best birthday greetings go to Randwick man and Wallaby #454 Bob Outterside who celebrates his 87th birthday tomorrow 6th March.
This year, for the first time, the Randwick Warriors have established a dedicated Rugby 7s program.
Over the last couple of weeks, Randwick Warriors sent teams from the 13s, 14s and 15s to compete in the Alex Noble Rugby 7s days. The event was put on over 2 Sundays in a row, February 24th and March 3rd.
Thanks goes to Dave "Luna" Park for the report on his latest visit to Jeffrey at POW.
An OLD boat rower and rugby footballer who achieved at the highest level and carries the nick name of Snail.
Please see below the match report courtesy of Sam Boyns for the 3rd Annual Mike Whitney / Simon Poidevin T20 Cup, Coogee Oval Feb 17 2019 which saw the return of the Whit/Poido Cup to inaugural winners Randwick Petersham.
Randwick Rugby extends sincere condolences to the family and friends of Michael O'Gorman recently deceased.
A funeral for Michael will be held at the Catholic Cathedral in Armidale at 2.00 pm on Thursday 21st February.
Michael Stynes has kindly offered to pass on apologies for those not making the trip to Armidale, if you could kindly let him know.
Denis Cleary AM writes.....
Michael O’Gorman who played for Randwick in the record winning 1965/66/67 1st Grade Grand Finals, passed away on Wednesday 13th February. He was 77. Michael went to Waverley College where he played in the 1st XV in 1958. He then attended Hawksberry Agricultural College where he also played in their 1st XV. He came to Randwick in 1962, and first played for NSW as a right side flanker in 1964. He also played for NSW against the junior All Blacks in 1966.
Michael was a devoted Randwick man. He will be sadly missed.