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Drew Mitchell is one of the lucky ones. The former Wallaby winger, who has 63 caps to his name, quit Australia at the end of the 2013 season to sign a lucrative contract for French rugby side Toulon.
As he approaches his 31st birthday, Mitchell has a few years left in the game and will enjoy the French countryside for some years to come. His services will be still in demand wherever he wants to play.
GRADE – T.G.Millner Field:
• 1sts @ 3pm
• 2nds @ 1.25pm
• 3rds @ 12 noon
• 4ths @ 10.45am
COLTS - LATHAM Park Top Field:
• 3rd Colts @ 12.20pm
• 2nd Colts @ 1.35pm
• 1st Colts @ 3.00pm
3rd Colts won 51-12
2nd Colts won 47- 7
1st Colts won 51-19
4th Grade lost 22-31
3rd Grade lost 5-34
2nd Grade lost 26-32
1st Grade lost 17-45
A week of regathering, regrouping and rehab prior to 21 March Round 1 v Eastwood at T.G.Millner, Colts at Latham Park #uptheWicks
Internationally, 1971 was not a good year for the Wallabies. Our national team was at a low ebb.
Individually we had some excellent players, but overall our technical deficiencies in the forwards would become more critical in the next few years.
When the 1984 Grand Slam Wallabies squad and Coach, Alan Jones gathered at the Westin Hotel in Sydney to celebrate 30 years since they defeated England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland on their all-conquering tour of the Home Nations they chose Hearts in Union to be involved in this historic event. Along with the Ricky Stuart Foundation, Hearts in Union received a significant donation from the funds raised at the lunch. Each year, Hearts in Union provides valuable support and assistance to a range of people who have tragically suffered severe and permanent spinal injuries through a freak accident while playing rugby. Whilst the rugby community has always been supportive of helping its own, there is still much work to be done to provide life improving and life affirming support to those who need it. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and can be made by online by direct deposit or credit card via our website. If you would like to support this important rugby charity please click here >>>...
1985 Reserve Grade reunion planned for Saturday 11 April at Coogee oval.
Could all who played that year contact Paul Cheika (email@example.com or mob 0418 677811) or myself (firstname.lastname@example.org or mob 0418260860) We will confirm exact details when we have acceptances.
Randwick Rugby wishes Tom Connor and Will Munro all the best this weekend representing NSW Blue and Lewie Catt and Kodie Hawkins for NSW White at 2015 Mens National Senior Rugby Sevens Championship this weekend at Sydney Academy of Sport, Narrabeen.