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2020 Warringah Rugby Club Colt Registration

2020 Warringah Rugby Club Colt Registration.

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2020-01-24T00:44:46+00:00December 6th, 2019|0 Comments

2020 Warringah Rugby Club Grade Registration

Warringah Rugby Club Grade Registration.

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2020-01-24T00:43:13+00:00December 6th, 2019|0 Comments

WRC Notice of Annual General Meeting

To: The Members


Notice is hereby given that the fifty fifth (55th) Annual General Meeting of the Warringah Rugby Club Limited will be held at Pittwater Rugby Park, 1472 Pittwater Road, Warriewood on Sunday, 10 November, 2019 at 9:00am.

2019 WRC Notice of AGM

2019 WRC Annual General Meeting Agenda

WRC Director Nomination 2019





2019-10-08T23:09:59+00:00October 8th, 2019|0 Comments

Scrum Machine for Junior Rugby

The Friends of Warringah and the Hillbillies are pleased to announce the purchase of an Enforcer Scrum Machine for use by the Rats Junior representative sides and village clubs.


The machine is a substantial investment into Junior rugby on the northern beaches and the machine is located at the Institute of Sport at Narrabeen.


The FOW and Hillbillies would like to thank all those who made individual contributions towards the purchase of the scrum machine or who attended the 2019 FOW Community Lunch at the Park House Hotel in July 2019. Your generous support is greatly appreciated.


2019-09-26T22:34:54+00:00September 26th, 2019|0 Comments

2019 Friends of Warringah – Player of the Year

The Friends of Warringah are pleased to announce that Harley Attwater has won the 2019 FOW Player of the Year.

The voting criteria for the FOW Player of the Year is as follows:

“Demonstrated sportsmanship, commitment, character and typified the Rats spirit when representing WRC.”

Harley was a runaway winner of the FOW award with the FOW Members voting for a total of 14 different players.

Harley wins $1,000 from the FOW which is to be spent on rugby, work or educational expenses.

Some of the comments from the FOW members with respect to Harley included:

* “His versatility and willingness to cover all backline positions.”
* “Harley stepped up whenever he had too and filled big shoes. Played anywhere in the backs they asked of him and his kicking saved us on more than one occasion. He always gave 100%.”
* “Harley was always there to fill the breach and his shear skill and determination was outstanding whenever he was on the paddock.”

Congratulations to Harley on a fantastic 2019 and we look forward to seeing him at Rat Park again next year!!!

2019-09-26T00:41:56+00:00September 26th, 2019|0 Comments

1st Grade Captain Hamish Angus Retires.

It is with a degree of sadness that Warringah Rugby Club must notify our wonderful supporters and community that our 2019 1st Grade Captain, Hamish Angus, has announced that he will be retiring after Saturday’s Intrust Shute Shield Grand Final against Sydney University.
Hamish, who plays at 5/8th and wears the number 10, has been a fundamental figure at the Warringah Rats, playing in 145 1st Grade games and a total of 161 Grade games with the Club, appeared in 3 Shute Shield Grand Finals, including the 2017 Shute Shield Premiership winning team and has been awarded the Ken Catchpole Medal an incredible 3-times! Hamish is a wonderful role model on and off the field showcasing the Warringah Rugby Club’s core values of culture, passion, great sportsmanship and a deep love the game of Rugby.
Warringah Rugby Club President, Phillip Parsons says “I often talk about the shoulders the Rats stand on as we push through continually to higher success. Hamish has been those shoulders for many years. He has been a leader on and off the paddock and provided me personally with guidance and advice beyond his years as we have grown and continue to grow the Rats on and off the paddock. I will leave the accolades on his amazing rugby career to those that have and do play with him this weekend for his last game.
His off-field commitment to the club through his role as player director, coach selection panels and guidance are the things I am incredibly grateful for. I do also suspect he is a Rats President in waiting, he would get my vote.
Well done Hamish on a wonderful career and thank you for your service to our community.
Warringah Rugby Club not only thanks Hamish Angus for his myriad of contributions to the Club but wishes Hamish and the entire Warringah Rats 1st Grade side all the very best in what will be a Shute Shield Grand Final for the ages.
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2019-08-23T00:01:45+00:00August 22nd, 2019|1 Comment