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Mark Gerrard Weekly Rugby Union Showcase: Fox Sports News at 11.15am.

Rugby Union: Former Wallaby Mark Gerrard talks through the Brumbies problems, Israel Folau’s potential switch to the sevens format and a range of Super Rugby fixtures taking place this weekend.

https://www.foxsports.com.au/video/rugby/super-rugby/simple-stuff-let-them-down!722210

 

2019-03-17T04:16:06+00:00March 17th, 2019|0 Comments

Congratulations, what a great day for WRC!

Huge Congratulations to our Head Coach Mark Gerrard and his 1st Grade team with Warringah Rugby Club (WRC) beating Qld University 58-14 at the Australian Rugby Club Championship match this afternoon in Brisbane.

 

Additionally, WRC and Sydney Uni shared the honours today at Rat Park, 3-wins apiece in our all Club trials today.

 

Bring on 2019 season, an extremely exciting and encouraging start to the rugby year.

 

Go the Rats!

 

Guy Fraser-Hills

General Manager

Warringah Rugby Club

2019-03-16T07:55:20+00:00March 16th, 2019|1 Comment

Volunteers Breakfast Invitation. Saturday 9 March 2019 at 9am.

YOUR INVITATION TO BE PART OF THE RAT PACK
 
The Warringah Rugby Club Is Hosting A Breakfast on Saturday 9th March 2019 at Rat Park @ 9.00am for all those considering volunteering with us for the 2019 season. This breakfast is an opportunity to hear about the Rat Pack’s involvement on game day.
 
All Rat Pack Members receive a few exciting benefits as a thank you for their Commitment to the Club and local Community.
 
Rat Pack Areas we cater for:
  • FRONT GATE
  • CAR PARKING
  • GAME DAY BARBECUE
 
Areas we provide extra support:
  • MEMBER SIGN UP PERIOD
  • MERCHANDISE STAND
  • CANTEEN
If you’re interested in coming along to hear about how you can be involved, please RSVP to Christine@warringahrugby.com.au by 8th March 2019.
2019-03-07T01:54:11+00:00March 7th, 2019|8 Comments

The two Warringah Men’s teams faced each other in the Final

As you probably know, the two Warringah Men’s teams faced each other in the Final of the Lake Macquarie 7’s Tournament, with Warringah “Black” (jersey colour) beating Warringah “Green” 19-7. Along the way the sides beat Norths, Randwick and the Western Sydney Two Blues.

Warringah Green won every match through the 3 pool rounds, Quarter-Final and Semi-Final only losing the Final, whilst Warringah Black lost one pool match only, obviously winning their Quarter-Final, Semi-Final and Final.

The Women were outstanding getting all the way to the semi-finals with only 9 fit players. They lost players through injury and concussion.

The previous weekend, the Women won the Hamilton 7’s tournament and Warringah “Black” made the semi-finals.

The final weekend of 7’s is the big tournament this Saturday at Kiama, with Warringah represented by a Women’s and Men’s side. The first team to play is the Men’s side against Southern Districts at 9.15am. The women’s first match is against our big rivals, Manly, at 10.45am.

2019-02-25T02:37:49+00:00February 18th, 2019|1 Comment

2019 Membership Open. NOW Available Online.

Just in time for Christmas, Warringah Rugby launches their Membership Packages for 2019 for Platinum, Premium and Hillbillies.  There are some great packages and benefits of being a member of the Rats Community and now membership can be purchased online -> https://warringahrugby.com.au/supporter-membership/

2018-12-10T18:27:37+00:00December 7th, 2018|0 Comments

VALE – IAN FELTON

It is with deep regret that I wish to advise of the sudden death of former Warringah Rugby Club Director, Selector and Coach, Mr. Ian Felton.

Ian began his sporting career playing with both the Manly Cricket and Rugby Clubs before moving to Mona Vale where he quickly became involved with the Warringah Rats having held the positions of Head Selector, Club Director, Director of Rugby and Coach. In 2004 he coached Warringah Third Grade to victory in a Grand Final against West Harbour, a feat he achieved many years earlier when he was coaching at Manly.

Upon his retirement Ian and his wife, Gwenda moved to Tea Gardens on the Mid North Coast of NSW and once again he became involved in community rugby, coaching the newly established Myall Coast Rugby to a premiership and then going on to become a Director of the Mid North Coast Rugby.

On behalf of Warringah Rugby Club and the wider rugby community we wish to pay our condolences to Ian’s wife and family.

2018-11-28T17:51:10+00:00November 28th, 2018|2 Comments

WRC Notice of Annual General Meeting

To: The Members

 

Notice is hereby given that the fifty fourth (54th) Annual General Meeting of the Warringah Rugby Club Limited will be held at Pittwater Rugby Park, Walsh Street, North Narrabeen on Sunday the 4thNovember, 2018 at 10:00am.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2018

Warringah Rugby Club Limited 2018

AGM 2018 Agenda

 

2018-10-16T06:51:16+00:00September 30th, 2018|0 Comments