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Randwick Rugby Club is pleased to announce Travis Partridge as the new Director of Colts and Rugby Administrator for the 2015 season.
After long and detailed selection process, Travis was identified as the man best suited to lead the Randwick Colts Program into the future. Travis will also, in his full time role, be responsible for the day to day administration of the Club in conjunction with the Director of Rugby.
THERE was plenty made about the 101-0 result in Sydney GPS rugby recently, but here's proof that such hammerings don't lead to destruction and demise.
Randwick's first-grade Colts team was defeated by the exact same score, 101-0, by Sydney University in last year's major semi-final.
Then last weekend, the Randwick Colts defeated Uni 23-17 in this year's grand final.
It is the first time since 2006 that Uni has not won the first-grade Colts premiership, and a great reminder to all in rugby that sometimes humiliation breeds courage and resilience, not mental fragility.
Many thanks to the Club's amazingly photographers for the fantastic action shots of last weekend's Colts Grand Final - view NOW!
Side to play Greater Sydney Rams - Saturday 23rd August, 3pm
Charles Sturt University NSW Country Eagles Head Coach Darren Coleman has named an impressive side for the Eagles' inaugural NRC clash with the Greater Sydney Rams.
Whilst a host of big names are unavailable for the clash, the Eagles will still boast 7 Super Rugby players in their starting XV on Saturday.
If the validity of any premiership is the journey you undertake and the obstacles you overcome to claim it, then history will look very kindly upon Randwick's 2014 1st Colts premiership win. This was a watershed moment in the direction of this football club and its rebuild. It was done with a group of people who were utterly committed to each other, to the process and to leaving a legacy behind.