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Congratulations to the 7 former Randwick Junior players selected in the 2014 NSW Schools teams.
Eastwood maintained their third spot on the ladder with a 30-12 win over Randwick in tough conditions at Coogee Oval on Saturday afternoon.
Gale-force winds blustered throughout the match and dictated the style of play on show for the hardy club rugby faithful as Eastwood scored three tries to two and had a better day with the kicking tee in an 18-point win.
Eastwood put on a clinic to secure an 18-point win over Randwick at Coogee Oval. The Woods proved too strong for the Galloping Greens, particularly out back, with all 30 points provided by the backline. The Batger boys were strong in their side's win however there were positives for Randwick, who put in a very spirited performance.
Eastwood 30 (John Grant, Tom Hill, Nick Batger tries; Ben Batger 3 cons, 2 pens; Tom Hill pen) d Randwick 12 (Tristan Goodbody, Andrew Kellaway tries; Andrew Deegan con) at Coogee Oval.
Colts 1 won 67-7
Colts 2 lost 24-28
Colts 3 lost 0-24
1st grade lost 12-30
2nd grade lost 12-59
3rd grade lost 24 (4 tries) - 81
4th grade lost 5-40
RUSSELL FAIRFAX was one of Rugby's first headline acts and knows better than most the pride and passion the French Rugby team have for their jersey as NORMAN TASKER reports for Inside Rugby Magazine.
RUSSELL FAIRFAX has come to his new role as media manager at the Waratahs by a circuitous route. He was the personality player of the 1970s in both Rugby codes, a player of extraordinary gifts. He later coached both the Eastern Suburbs Rugby League team and the Easts Rugby club.
These days, as a boyish 62-year-old, he deals daily with the communications minutiae of professional Rugby. As the game's No.1 headline-grabber of his day, it has been a curious circle to complete, and an eye-opener.