Examining the future of rugby in Australia has become topic of hot discussion within the game, and one of the most prominent figures in NSW on that front is the NSW Waratahs Elite Youth Development Manager, Pat McCutcheon.
With six rounds remaining, just five competition points separate the top six teams, with another three sides also still a chance of playing finals footy.
Our annual Finals Lunch is SUFC’s most important fundraising event of the year and one of the biggest rugby lunches in Australia, with over 700 like-minded rugby fans and business executives under one roof there’s no better place to be on Friday 3rd August than the Westin.
The past fortnight I have spoken about the success of our coaching staff James Caterson and Rob Taylor, as well as Ray Hudd who has coached at SUFC for 11 seasons whose current success rate is 82.17%.
Our 1st Grade point scoring machine, James Kane has been fortunate enough to be selected to travel to Namibia, where he'll be competing for Australia in rugby 7's at the World University Games!
The Students got off to the perfect start, dominating possession in the Marlins half in front of a good crowd who were soaking up the sun at Manly Oval.