The Emirates Western Force has returned to Australia and will front the Brumbies at Canberra Stadium tomorrow night.
Prop Salesi Ma’afu, back-rower Ben McCalman and inside centre Kyle Godwin will resume their places in the starting XV when the Emirates Western Force takes on the Brumbies at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night.
Palmyra will look to continue their winning ways when they host Associates in the Round Four Pindan Premier Grade Match of the Round.
Brumbies scrumhalf Ian Prior will join the relaunched Emirates Western Force after signing for two years.
The RugbyWA holiday clinics have wrapped up for another season, with a total of 99 participants from the Northern, Southern and Central zones partaking in the day-long camps.
Emirates Western Force halfback Brett Sheehan was on hand to raise awareness at the Meningitis Centre’s ‘Join Hands’ campaign, which took place in the Murray Street Mall today to mark World Meningitis Day.
RugbyWA is currently working with the Rockingham Rugby Union Football Club to assist them to grow player and team numbers to meet the standards required to compete in the RugbyWA Senior Premiership competition.
The Emirates Western Force was narrowly beaten 22-16 by the Hurricanes on Friday night.
Wests Scarborough has christened new home Bennett Park in style; with a convincing 16-point win over Kalamunda in the Pindan Premier Grade, running out 40-17 victors.
Wests Scarborough will christen Bennett Park in its inaugural home game as a newly located club when they host Kalamunda who remain undefeated in second spot on the ladder to open Round Three of the Pindan Premier Grade.