09 Jul Ladies Day highlights
Ladies Day was an outstanding success with Louisa (Domestic Violence Support) the supported charity. There were many highlights with reserves and colts winning and first grade going down by just eight. An intercept try and a missed penalty was all that was in it.
The silent auction was followed by a noisy jumper auction in the Whites House a couple of hours later. Justin Sikimeti’s jumper went for over $400 much to the surprise of a husband.
Many thanks go to the organisers of the day and of course Bobby who sacrificed himself to become the bar person for the day.
Several comments have been received about the success of the day including grateful parents who received plenty of support when their son was injured, the match day photographer praising the community spirit and the competitiveness of the rugby.
This week is do or die for firsts and reserves with games against University-Norths at Uni.
A Celebration Dinner is being held on July 27th at the White House for Honour Board receipients-100 and 200 first grade players, presidents, club captains and first grade captains, Wallabies and life members.
Our juniors are holding a trivia night on the same night at The Royal Hotel-see the Whites Facebook page.