Wanneroo continued an astonishing year of success with a cool and clever 21-16 cliffhanger win over 2007 premiers Perth-Bayswater today at Rugby Park in the minor semi-final of the RugbyWA club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
Minor premiers Kalamunda are through to the grand final after a low key, low scoring 13-11 win over runners-up Nedlands today at Rugby Park in the major semi-final of the RugbyWA club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
The duo have both been named on the bench for the pre-season friendly against Super 14 side the Emirates Western Force at Old Albanians RFC, kick off 7.30pm, and the prospect of the 17-year-old Owen and his 34-year-old father Andy taking the field together has caused a great deal of excitement in the Farrell household.
Minor premiers Kalamunda meet runners-up Nedlands in Saturday’s major semi-final, and third-placed Wanneroo play fourth-placed Perth-Bayswater in Sunday’s minor semi-final, as the pressure builds towards the conclusion of the 2008 Rugby WA club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
Emirates Western Force Coach John Mitchell has named his team to play Guinness Premiership outfit Saracens on the development tour of England.
The Emirates Western Force has scored a resounding 36-17 victory over Saracens Academy in its second UK tour match overnight.
The Emirates Western Force has recruited former Waratahs and Reds scrumhalf Josh Valentine on a one year contract.
The Emirates Western Force has suffered a double blow of injuries after completing the first week of its five-week development tour of England.