The 2011 season will see a vast majority of the Emirates Western Force squad return for action.
The Emirates Western Force back row will feature prominently in the upcoming test arena with Matt Hodgson, David Pocock and Richard Brown all selected in the Wallabies squad announced today.
The Emirates Western Force has been well represented in the 30-man Wallabies squad announced today for the upcoming Bundaberg Rum Rugby Series with 79 capped test veteran Nathan Sharpe leading the charge.
Cottesloe's golden run came to an end at Allen Park today with a gritty, wet weather 17-11 loss to Associates in the RugbyWA club competition match of the week, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
Emirates Western Force supporters have a lot to celebrate after the announcement of an $83million first stage upgrade to ME Bank Stadium in yesterday’s WA State Budget.
Associates will have long term goals in mind after a tough start to the season when they face unbeaten premiers Cottesloe at Allen Park on Saturday in the RugbyWA club competition match of the round, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
The Emirates Western Force has come through a tough 2010 campaign disappointed with their ladder position but with a solidarity and determination amongst the squad which will set them on a path for success in seasons to come.
Emirates Western Force Coach John Mitchell has reaffirmed his commitment to seeing out his contract and leading the West Australian side during the 2011 Super Rugby season.
The seventh Rugby World Cup might still be over a year away, but Australia’s progress towards that tournament will take an important step when the Australian Barbarians clash with England at ME Bank Stadium on Tuesday, 8 June.
Wallabies coach Robbie Deans feels having Richard Graham with the Force will have some big benefits ahead of next month's games with Fiji, England and Ireland in the lead up to the Tri Nations.