Heartbroken premiers Kalamunda won everywhere but on the scoreboard to suffer an agonising 24-22 loss to competition leaders Associates at Hartfield today, in the Rugby WA club competition sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
We're here today with Emirates Western Force forwards Pek Cowan and Matt Hodgson, who were named in the Wallabies squad by Robbie Deans last week.
Palmyra's brilliantly resurgent season was back on track with a cliffhanger 35-32 win over Associates at Allen Park today in the Rugby WA club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
Emirates Western Force star James O'Connor has swapped his Australian under-20s gear for that of the Wallabies and the 18-year-old is excited at the thought of taking on the Barbarians first up.
The Emirates Western Force have been rewarded for their Australian ‘slam’ by having ten players named in the Wallabies squad by coach Robbie Deans this morning.
Season bolters Palmyra meet competition leaders Associates in a fascinating contest at Allen Park in Saturday’s RugbyWA club competition match of the round, sponsored by KWIK Transport and Crane Hire.
Emirates Western Force coach John Mitchell is confident of a strong team at his disposal next season despite the long list of departures from the side he believes underachieved in 2009.
After a perfect two-try send-off in a win on Saturday night for the Emirates Western Force, departing winger Scott Staniforth will continue to support the club and predicts success isn’t too far away.
The Emirates Western Force have ended an era with a 33-28 win over the Highlanders in front of 18,310 fans at Subiaco Oval in Perth tonight.
Nedlands are back with a vengeance after downing a lethargic Wanneroo team 21-17 at Sir Charles Court Reserve in the only Saturday game this weekend for the RugbyWA club competition, sponsored by KWIK Transport and Crane Hire.