Author: Phillip Hawke

The Whites will hope to go two up tomorrow when they play Uni-Norths at Uni with two Brumbies turning out for Queanbeyan. Lachlan McCaffery has been named at No. 8 and Matt Lucas at halfback with Mitch Douch moving to fullback. Lachlan McCaffery makes his first appearance...

From having no locks to having three of the best has given the Whites a boost as they face up to a revitalized and competitive University-Norths on Saturday at University. The newly arrived Yorkshireman Kieran Frost and Zeph Tuinona were named in the John I. Dent cup team of...

Saturday was a blue day in many ways. The Royal blues put on a master class performance against the Whites running the ball from here there and everywhere. Still scoring in the last minutes to win 56-24 at Phillip. To add to the club’s misery, the colts fell at...

The sixth placed Whites face the undefeated Royals at Phillip on Saturday hoping for a second win of the season. It is no easy task with Royals winning the round one encounter 23-10 and the 2018 history of two losses 28-20 and 28-24. There should be a bit of...

First grade lock Zeph Tuinona celebrated his 18th birthday with the Whites first win of the season defeating Wests 34-26 at Campese Oval. The lean youngster stole his fair share of lineouts, made several incisive runs and tackled tough. Tuinona was one of the best but not the best. That honour...

The Whites face Wests at home on Super Saturday with the sponsors’ lunch, the Fencing for Farmers social event and a full program of junior and senior rugby. Extra training has been called by the senior players as they address their defensive weaknesses. First grade has leaked 142 points in...

Fullback Aaron Robinson was the standout in fourth grade’s win against ADFA. The only win of the day with first grade beaten 50-29, reserve grade thumped 68-17, colts downed 36-10 and thirds pipped 29-19. Thirds and fourths played ADFA at ADFA while the premier division were at Erindale. Colt aged...

ANZAC Day has come and gone, and the weather is supposed to change. Well, the Frost has come to Campese Oval in the form of 2.05m tall Nick Frost, fresh from the Super rugby champion Crusaders. Frost has returned to Australia to seek an Australian Under...

The Whites were derailed at Gungahlin but not all is lost as the club exposes some of the best young talent to the rigours of grade football. First grade lost 19-32, reserve grade lost, thirds lost while fourths and colts won. Jack Gilmour, Zeph Tuinona, Michael Gordon, Vincent de Masson,...