RugbyWA News

  • April 24, 2018

    Curtin's Camplin Reaches Record Breaking Match

    Since joining the club back in 1994 Camplin has been involved in every aspect of the club, representing the mighty Goats across a number of grades, playing in tournaments and sevens as well a serving as club president for three years. Camplin’s journey to breaking the club’s games record tally previously held by ...more
  • April 23, 2018

    Message from the Joint Patron of RugbyWA - Geoffrey Stooke OAM

    The events of the past twelve months have been very difficult and challenging for the Western Australian rugby community and the Western Australian community in general. The loss of the Western Force from the Super Rugby competition was a devastating blow to rugby in Western Australia and it resulted in rugby ...more
  • April 22, 2018

    Around the Grounds - Round Three

    Associates 28 def Palmyra 11 UWA 62 def Wanneroo Districts 13 Perth Bayswater 24 def ARKs 19 Southern Lions 35 def 31 Joondalup Kalamunda 47 def Coastal Cavaliers 20 Nedlands 27 def Wests Scarborough 22 Palmyra 39 def Associates 25 Nedlands 29 def Wests Scarborough 15 Joondalup 56 def Southern Lions 5 UWA 36 ...more
  • April 20, 2018

    FORTESCUE PREMIER GRADE PREVIEW – ROUND THREE

    Last time they met -2017 Premier Grade Semi-Final Associates 21 def Palmyra 20 LIVE STREAM HERE Round Three of the Fortescue Premier sees a semi-final rematch between two powerhouse clubs, Associates and Palmyra. After a round two bye following a confident win over the Coastal Cavaliers, Associates will come into ...more
  • April 20, 2018

    Hodder and Pugh Named in Australian Youth Sevens Squads

    Alcohol.Think Again Western Force Women's star Courtney Hodder has been selected in the Australian Girls U18s Sevens while Future Force Foundation member Jackson Pugh has been selected for the Australian Boys U18s Sevens. Both products of the Aranmore Catholic College rugby program and the RugbyWA pathway, Hodder ...more
  • April 14, 2018

    Around the Grounds - Round Two

    Fortescue RugbyWA Premier Grade: Nedlands 34 def Palmyra 20 Joondalup 24 def Wanneroo Districts 23 UWA 38 def Perth Bayswater 8. Wests Scarborough 32 def ARKs 27 Cottesloe 39 def Coastal Cavaliers 7 Kalamunda 29 def Southern Lions 26 Fortescue RugbyWA Reserve Grade: Nedlands 33 def Palmyra 31 Cottesloe 67 def ...more
  • April 14, 2018

    Nedlands Overrun Palmyra at The Foreshore

    By Harry Ayers Even with a convincing win Nedlands coach Tony Ball was concerned with the discipline showed by his team but overall was pleased with the performance. “Having a week off last week gave us some extra time to prepare and I thought we did that really well.” “We looked quite sharp at times, ...more
  • April 13, 2018

    FORTESCUE PREMIER GRADE PREVIEW – ROUND 2

    Nedlands vs Palmyra at The Foreshore, Cnr Broadway & Esplanade Nedlands. Kick off at 3:30pm. Last time they met – Palmyra 23 def Nedlands 12 After a devastating loss against a strong Wests side, Palmyra will be looking for redemption coming into Round Two up against a fast-paced Nedlands outfit, with both ...more
  • April 12, 2018

    Fortescue-RugbyWA Partnership Forged in Loyalty

    Fortescue Senior Rugby will include all senior men’s grades including the top-flight Fortescue Premier Grade and the Alcohol.Think Again Women’s Premier Grade competition. The sponsorship is a huge boost to rugby in Western Australia and strengthens the code at a time when RugbyWA has embarked on a new era with ...more
  • April 12, 2018

    Nedlands Rugby Club's Spirit of Rugby Long Lunch 2018

    It is the first rugby event at Optus Stadium and starts at 12:00pm on Friday, 1 June in the River Room. To coincide with the Irish v Wallaby tour, the affable MC John McGlue will present speakers including Irish comedian Paul Martell, All Blacks legend Ali Williams, former Wallaby prop Dan Crowley and more! Seats ...more

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