RugbyWA was saddened to learn of the passing of Doug ‘Jock’ Wright, a former state player and founding president of Wests Junior Rugby Club.
Nedlands has stolen the competition points from Associates, 17-14, in their Pindan Premier Grade Match of the Round at Allen Park.
As the Pindan Premier Grade turns the corner and heads for the second half of the season, the competition for finals heats up.
RugbyWA will run a clinic on Wednesday, 24 July to introduce coaches to new drills and skills to help engage players at training sessions.
Having kept Pindan Premier Grade leaders Cottesloe scoreless in the curtain-raiser to the Emirates Western Force v British and Irish Lions, Nedlands will travel to Swanbourne hoping to inflict a similar result on Associates.
RugbyWA CEO Mark Sinderberry will brave the winter elements next week for the annual Vinnies CEO Sleepout on Thursday, 20 June.
The 2013 under 16’s State Championships will commence in the upcoming July holidays and registrations are now open for players born in 1997 to register for the North and South trials.
An on-song Palmyra has made light work of a youthful Perth Bayswater outfit, claiming a convincing 59-10 win at Tompkins Park this afternoon.
Palmyra’s last round’s win over Rockingham leaves a mere three points from fourth place on the Pindan Premier Grade table leading into their match against Perth Bayswater tomorrow.
Cottesloe has suffered its first defeat of the Pindan Premier Grade season tonight with a 12-0 loss to Nedlands in the curtain-raiser of the Emirates Western Force v British & Irish Lions game at Patersons Stadium.