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WAUCHOPE THUNDER TO JOIN LOWER MNC COMPETITION

There’ll soon be a new contender on the block for the Lower Mid North Coast rugby union title. The Wauchope Thunder Rugby Union club will kick off its campaign in the 2015 season. The Thunder will field a seniors team and plans to create a reserves and under-18’s team in the future. Training will begin in December with coach Marc Minor.   (No Audio) Read More »

OLD BAR THRASHED BY MANNING RIVER

In round six of Upper Mid North Coast rugby union, Port Macquarie defeated Southern Cross University by 14, while Kempsey proved too strong for Coffs Harbour. In the Lower Mid North Coast competition, Myall Coast drew with Wallamba, Forster-Tuncurry beat Gloucester and Manning River thrashed Old Bar. Read More »

BEACHES BEAT THE BAY IN THE NHRU

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NHRU Round 5 WANDERERS 73 – UNIVERSITY 8 MEREWETHER 34 – EASTS 5 THE WARATAHS 28 – LAKE MACQUARIE 11 HAMILTON 22 – MAITLAND 14 SOUTHERN BEACHES 41 – NELSON BAY 19 In Newcastle and Hunter Rugby, Wanderers have continued their undefeated season, hammering the Students. In other games, Merewether belted Easts and The Tahs overcame the Roos. The Hawks returned to their winning ways against Maitland, while Beaches beat the Bay. Beaches made a bright start, leading 12-nil early on, before the Bay hit back through Chad Northcott. Lochie Wade avoided plenty of defenders down the left to set up Kane Quinlan, who still had plenty of work to do, as Southern Beaches re-established a healthy buffer. Nelson Bay started the day in fourth spot, the next try showed why the Gropers are a threat this season, with Michael ... Read More »

WANDERERS BELT BEACHES TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN NHRU

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In Newcastle and Hunter rugby, Hamilton has continued its unbeaten start to the season, beating Uni by 21. The Greens hammered Maitland, while Nelson Bay also scored a big win over Lake Macquarie. The Waratahs edged out Easts, and Wanderers scored their third straight win, belting Southern Beaches. NHRU Round 3 HAMILTON 33 – UNIVERSITY 12 MEREWETHER 41 – MAITLAND 5 NELSON BAY 51 – LAKE MACQUARIE 20 THE WARATAHS 39 – EASTS 32 WANDERERS 42 – SOUTHERN BEACHES 12 Read More »

MEREWETHER HAMMERS THE STUDENTS IN NHRU

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NHRU Round 2 WANDERERS 55 – LAKE MACQUARIE 14 THE WARATAHS 43 – NELSON BAY 21 HAMILTON 31 – SOUTHERN BEACHES 13 MAITLAND 7 – EASTS 6 MEREWETHER 36 – UNIVERSITY 7 In Newcastle and Hunter rugby, Wanderers flogged Lake Macquarie in round two, the Tahs beat the Bay and the Hawks humbled Beaches. In other games, Maitland edged out Easts and Merewether scored its first win by belting Uni. Read More »

BOND AND BREAKERS PARTNERSHIP WILL LEAD TO RUGBY REVOLUTION

A partnership between Bond University and Gold Coast Breakers could revolutionise rugby union on the Coast. The clubs have joined forces to create a more competitive pathway for aspiring players. Read More »

NEWCASTLE RUGBY SQUAD NAMED TO DEFEND CALDWELL CUP

Newcastle men’s rep coach Dan Beckett has named a 25-strong squad for the Country Championships at Mudgee. Steve Lamont will skipper the side which will look to win its seventh straight Caldwell Cup later this month. Read More »

JUNIOR RUGBY TALENT ON SHOW

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Some of the country’s best young rugby players will be on the Central Coast this weekend, for the inaugural Junior Rugby Union Gold Cup. And the home sides are hoping they can keep their winning form, against their Sydney rivals Read More »

MARGARET WATSON ON HER WAY TO ANOTHER WORLD CUP

The Australian side has been named for next year’s Women’s Rugby World Cup in France, and the Hunter has just one representative. Margaret Watson is one of nine players returning from the third-placed 2010 Wallaroos team. The squad’s first camp takes place in February. Read More »

THE WARATAHS WIN A THRILLING NHRU GRAND FINAL

The Waratahs have toppled minor premiers Hamilton to win the Newcastle and Hunter rugby grand final, 17 points to 15. Read More »

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