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Just four years ago Queanbyean played in both the first grade and second grade grand finals against the island state of Tuggeranong. Year 2016 seems a long time ago. Remember Malcolm Turnbull, Barack Obama and Sam McGlone (pictured) It was Jamie Marmont’s 100th first grade game after starting his career in 2007 and...

Why we play the game                                                     By Rupert McCall When the battle scars have faded And the truth becomes a lie When the weekend smell of liniment, Could almost make you cry When the last rucks well behind you, And the man who ran now walks, It doesn't matter who...

With Easts struggling to survive this story from 2018 should show them what is possible- Josh White scored the last try At the low point Queanbeyan was down 17-43 well into the second half and then produced the high points with five tries in just over 15...

Six hundred people packed the Queanbeyan Bicentennial Hall to celebrate the Whites jubilee in 2005. It was a celebration that few will forget. Jubilee crowd The year was a long list of highlights with the formation of the development fund by Ian Darmody and Ron Hill, Camp Flat, the arrival...

Year 2003 was a struggle with the Whites only able to field first grade, second grade and a third grade that played in the fourth-grade competition. There was talk at the time of moving to the Monaro competition but the appointment of Kim Thurbon as club coach gave...

Abundant talent Queanbeyan has always produced an abundant of rugby talent. In 2003 nine of the 23 ACT Schoolboy jumpers were for Queanbeyan lads. Pictured: Mark Henjak,Anthony Faingaa, Richard Windsor and Saia Faingaa Those selected were Daniel Charnock, Saia Faingaa, Jordan Wind, James Stonham, James Maher, Mark Henjak, Anthony Faingaa, Brendan...

Irish loosehead prop Jim Nolan still wonders what hit him when he turned out for the Whites and ended up being kicked in the head by a female spectator. In what was one of the ugliest scenes ever seen in ACT Rugby, the Queanbeyan first grade and officials could not...