On Saturday, 15 November, Haig Sare and I hopped on our scooters and headed down to McDonald’s in Innaloo to help out with McHappy Day.
With the opening two games at home, only one trip to South Africa and New Zealand, and a six-week stint in Australia, Emirates Western Force coach John Mitchell is delighted with his 2009 schedule.
The Emirates Western Force will commence the 2009 Investec Super 14 season with back-to-back home games at Subiaco Oval.
Former Brumbies lock Richard Stanford is a welcome addition to the Emirates Western Force lock brigade and he feels ready to make an impact in the Super 14 competition.
Teenage Emirates Western Force fullback Dane Haylett-Petty and inside back Scott Daruda have won selection in the Australian Sevens squad for the 2008/2009 IRB Sevens World Series.
The Emirates Western Force has announced Ronald McDonald House (RMHC) as one of its two selected team charities for 2009 and 2010.
RugbyWA wishes to provide greater clarity on information presented in today’s article under the headline ‘Giteau Bombshell’ in the West Australian newspaper.