An irresistible force, Wanneroo blitzed Nedlands 42-23 in one of the most astonishing finals games in recent history to win the 2008 preliminary final at Rugby Park today in RugbyWA’s club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
Emirates Western Force flyer Drew MItchell has won his first Tri Nations starting XV berth for 2008, named at fullback in the Wallabies side to meet South Africa in Durban tomorrow.
Emirates Western Force Coach John Mitchell has named his team to play Guinness Premiership club Northampton Saints on the development tour of England.
The Emirates Western Force has likely lost Caleb Brown for the remainder of its UK development tour after the newly-recruited winger pulled a hamstring during a team training session in Northampton yesterday.
Two teams at opposite ends of the rugby spectrum, Nedlands and Wanneroo, promise a fascinating preliminary final on Sunday at Rugby Park in the penultimate match of RugbyWA’s club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
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.