Author: webeditor

Brumbies competition manager, Sam Irwin, has done another outstanding job in putting together the 2017 competition draws. All premier club third and fourth grade (first division) will play every home game with their respective first, second and colts grades. The premier clubs will play home...

The 26 Twenty program starts on Tuesday the 25th from 4.30 to 6.30pm. Josh will be on hand on Tuesdays and Thursdays to oversee weights and running programs. Players are only required to do one hour-after work or later. The club has purchased more than $3,000...

[caption id="attachment_796" align="aligncenter" width="300"] One of the Whites' volunteers Lisa working the canteen[/caption]The QRUFC annual general meeting is to be held on Wednesday November 23rd at the White House from 6pm. Of course it is easy not to be involved but the club does require...

If you are considering joining the Whites colts in 2017 then you are welcome to the club's development fund dinner on Friday night (16th) at the Whitehouse at Campese Oval. The dinner is complimentary with a 6.30pm for 7pm start. Parents are more than welcome. If...

Unfortunately due to the rain overnight the grounds become unplayable. An early call had to be made due to teams travelling from Sydney. Information about ACT selection will come from Russell Ingram in the near future. ...

The Queanbeyan Sevens is likely to unearth more talent according to the tournament director, Phill Hawke. The Sevens are part of the ACT selection trials for both the men and women’s teams. Australian players Lewis Holland, Tom Cusack and Pama Fou were identified from the Queanbeyan...

[caption id="attachment_780" align="aligncenter" width="291"] First grade best and fairest Toby wilson[/caption] Flanker Ryan Jones’ breakout season was again in the highlight at the Whites presentation night. Jones took out the J. L. Maguire Shield for the most consistent and the first grade best forward award. The...

President's Trophy Sean Debenham J. L. Maguire Shield (most consistent) Ryan Jones Ben Mansell Memorial (most promising) Ben Gordon Paul Greentree (Best club person)(2000) Mick Gordon Pat Matthews (tight five) (no shield) Not done by club Len Dean Memorial(sportsmanship)(1991) Jake Gordon Jeff Townsend(higher achievement)(1997) Les Leulua' iali' i-makin Peter Ryan (highest pointscorer)(2103) Angus Balmaks (131) Best and Fairest Awards Stafford Shield (first...

[caption id="attachment_776" align="aligncenter" width="279"] OJ Noa joint Macdougall Medal winner[/caption] Queanbeyan had two Macdougall Medal winners in the first six years of the award and waited thirty four more years to get another two. Whites back rowers OJ Noa and Ryan Jones, along with Tuggeranong’s Ben Hyne...

[caption id="attachment_774" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Ryan Jones has won three Lime man of the match awards this season[/caption] Queanbeyan back rowers Dan Penca, OJ Noa and Ryan Jones are all in the running for the Madougall medal.Captain Penca missed games through injury but would have polled well...