Please join the club in support of the colts this weekend.
Saturday 29th August 2015
David Phillips Field (UNSW Sports)
Old Ignatians V Knox Old Boys
The full finals program is available to download here
Drew was a classy 1st Grade 5/8th who represented Old Iggies in the early 1990’s. He was known for his soft hands, great passing game and deceptive footwork.
He leaves behind four great kids, Tom, Gidget, Tricksy and Evey who, along with us all, are devastated. He was truly one of life’s gentlemen.
A celebration of his life will be held
Monday 24th August – 3pm onwards
Hotel Canobolas Ballroom Orange
Thursday 13th August 2015
We will be reviewing the current season and Future of the Club
The current Agenda will be posted closer to the date
If you have a passion for this great club please get behind join us for an open discussion.
Please join us for the last home game of the year.
Saturday 8th August
Ryde International Oval, Blaxland Rd
Opponents: Petersham Rugby Club
Family Friendly Day.
Bring a chair, a picnic blanket and the kids.
And we will have a jumping castle and activities for the kids.
SORRY – WE WERE JUST ADVISED THAT THE JUMPING CASTLE COMPANY CANNOT BRING THE JUMPING CASTLE.
THINGS ARE NOT GOING OUR WAY.
Please get down and support the club and enjoy some early Spring weather.
Well the 2015 season is officially underway and round 1 took us to our sacred home patch of Ryde International Oval. It was a beautiful morning with the sun shining and the pitch looking the best it ever has. It was a great start to the day to see 5th Grade (otherwise known as elevensies) warming up – or what they call warming up by throwing a bit of banter around and the odd walk breaking into a trot. But we were all fooled. Mosman, at first glance looked the younger and faster team, but the experience of the elevensies kicked in and they put on a masterclass to notch their first win for the season.
4th grade had a tough day at the office with Mossy getting the early jump with a few quick tries, which forced our boys to play catch up for the rest of the day. 3rd grade had a strong tussle and unfortunately went down in a close one. Colties had another classic running rugby exhibition against (as Palmer refers to them as The Mosman Crumble). Our boys didn’t help their causes by plenty of handling errors along with some injuries to key players which left us a little under strength and ended up on the wrong side of the score line.
2nd grade were ready for what was written as a tight battle, bouncing back from a sloppy display in the trial to show a spirited and hard fought match. As was the same in 1st grade, our boys defended for the majority of the game and were unlucky not to come away with the win. To 1st grade, and we saw what was a great build up for many years and was going to be a fantastic display of rugby coming off the trials with some new faces and retaining many combinations built from last year. As was the same in 2nd grade, we defended for what seemed an eternity with some heavy collisions. Mosman ended up victors 4 tries to 3.
There is a fantastic platform being built for this season, with perhaps not quite enough rugby under our belts for round 1, but looking forward to round 2 this coming weekend against Brothers. Make sure everyone gets down to training this Wednesday night.
5th grade – 15-13 W
4th grade – 3-42 L
3rd grade – 12-25 L
Colts – 5-38 L
2nd grade – 7-15 L
1st grade – 17-31 L
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Tomorrow the club will take part in the Subbies Sevens Tournament at Alwyn Lindfield Reserve, Glenwood. Our 3 pool games are at 10:45, 11:45 and 12:45 with the final to be played at 3pm so if you are at a loose end, get down and cheer on the boys. We have picked a great squad with a mix of Colts and Grade players selected. Congrats to those who made the team:
Sean Roger (c)
Calling all Redmen far and wide.
We have offically commenced the pre-season for 2015 with our first training run last wednesday.
*Please note that we are changing training venues from this week (25/02)
The new venue will be Bob Campbell Oval, Greenwich (also known as Gore Creek Reserve)