Latest News stories from Randwick Rugby Club
Teach your sons respect for women, says former Wallabies player Simon Poidevin in lead-up to Randwick's White Ribbon Walk
Christian, Jean-luc and Gabriel and Simon Poidevin are supporting the White Ribbon Walk against domestic violence.
Former Wallabies player Simon Poidevin believes teaching his three sons respect for women is one of the most important lessons he can pass on to his children.
The Coogee resident is joining thousands of community members in taking a stand against domestic violence in the annual White Ribbon Walk next Tuesday.
WHAT: White Ribbon Walk
WHEN: November 25
TIME: 7.30am from High Cross Park Randwick
ABOUT: The walk starts at High Cross Park in Randwick, and marches to Coogee Beach where a mass oath will be made to stand up to violence against women.
I FIRST met Michael Cheika in Paris while researching my biography of Rocky Elsom.
THE 1984 Grand Slam Wallabies celebrated our 30th anniversary in Sydney yesterday, reliving past glories and telling a few lies, but there is not much need to exaggerate the magnitude of this historic tour, the only occasion the Wallabies have managed to defeat the four Home Unions of England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Never before, never since.
Morgan Turinui, who coaches at Lille, and former Randwick Rugby and NSW Waratahs teammate Chris Whitaker, who is coaching at Narbonne, were at Wallabies training this week.
The Australian Rugby Union have reportedly cut all funding to Sydney premiership rugby for the 2015 season with the cash-strapped organisation said to have dropped funding from $100,000 to nothing over five years. The twelve premiership clubs were left disgruntled by the decision and The Daily Telegraph has reportedly obtained a letter that the clubs sent addressed to ARU chairman Michael Hawker voicing their opposition of the decision.