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  • August 20, 2017

    Wests Scarborough Charge to Back to Back Premierships

    Associates shot out to an early 15-0 lead but lead by a ‘Man of the Match’ performance from backrower Kane Koteka the Boars piled on 27 unanswered points for a hard fought, physical victory. Boars Head Coach Scott Batter said he couldn’t be prouder of his side’s effort to close out the match. “It feels ...more
  • August 18, 2017

    2017 Pindan Premier Grade Grand Final Preview

    The ultimate prize in Western Australian club rugby is up for grabs at Tompkins Park on Sunday afternoon with Wests Scarborough and Associates set to fight it out for the right to call themselves Pindan Premier Grade Premiers for 2017. Reigning premiers Wests Scarborough head into the season decider with the ...more
  • August 18, 2017

    RugbyWA Senior Grand Finals Preview

    RugbyWA Grand Finals Day One -  Oakmont Reserve, Meadow Springs, Mandurah. Directions. RugbyWA Grand Finals Day One - Tompkins Park, Applecross. Directions. Site Map. (Entry to Tompkins Park will cost $5 to cover the overhead costs a fully licensed venue provided by the club, children U16 are free) Pindan 4th ...more
  • August 18, 2017

    State's Best Recognised at 2017 Grand Final Breakfast

    Associates fullback and Future Force Foundation member Brendon Owen took out the year's top honour, recognised as the Pindan Premier Grade’s most valuable player for 2017 and taking out the PG Hampshire Award. Owen has established himself as one of the brightest talents in Western Australian rugby during the 2017 ...more
  • August 17, 2017

    RugbyWA Supporters' Rally

    The rally organised, by Force Member and long-term fan Shane O’Neill, will allow fans to voice their frustration and concern at the ARU’s decision. Shane said “This is a chance for all WA rugby fans to come together and have their voice heard. We are totally shocked and angered by the ARU’s decision to cut ...more
  • August 17, 2017


    Spirit Head Coach Kevin Foote has selected a squad made up of an exciting mix of Super Rugby experienced players and standouts from the local Pindan Premier Grade. The 33-man squad features 13 title winning players from last season, 15 first time Spirit squad members and 11 Pindan Premier Grade stars as well as ...more
  • August 13, 2017

    Around the Grounds - Semi Finals

    Pindan Premier Grade: Associates 21 def Palmyra 20; Wests Scarborough 32 def Nedlands 29 Pindan Reserve Grade: Palmyra 63 def Kalamunda 14; Wests Scarborough 25 def Nedlands 18 Pindan Under 20 Colts: Palmyra 26 def Perth Bayswater 3; Joondalup 15 def UWA 13 Pindan Premiership 3rd Grade: Nedlands 15 def Kalamunda 8; ...more
  • August 13, 2017

    Wests Top Nedlands in Thrilling Semi Final at Bennett Park

    Wests led for the vast majority of the contest but Nedlands rallied to claim the lead for the first time with just 10 minutes to play, but a try to Walter Koteka, conversion and last second penalty saw the No.10 drag his men over the line. Wests Scarborough Coach Scott Batters praised his team’s courage to get the ...more
  • August 13, 2017

    Associates Stun Palmyra to Book Grand Final Ticket

    By Elliot Raiter Associates have reached the 2017 Pindan Premier Grade Grand Final after a thrilling 21-20 victory over minor premiers Palmyra at the Foreshore on Saturday afternoon. In an absorbing contest, two Koniseti Kaufonoaga tries in the last ten minutes was the difference, with Future Force Foundation player ...more
  • August 12, 2017

    Andrew Forrest Statement

    Today Western Australian of the Year, Mr Forrest AO said the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) continues to show itself to be totally incapable of explaining the deliberate harm it has done to the reputation of Australian sport – rugby in particular, through its illogical decision to axe the Western Force. “I, like ...more


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