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Refereeing Kids Course

The Club needs more referees to take the pressure off, this quick course will also help parents understand better the rules   The minimum age to do the online course is 13, and it costs $15. Over...

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Ex Player Donates Kidney to Brother

Ex Bushpig Alex Wakeford has made the big decision to donate his kidney to brother Shane who has been unwell for sometime. Whilst both boys would never ask for any help the club has decided...

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Pigs Semi's hopes alive

The Bushpigs recorded a good win at home yesterday over Harden 22-7, this theoretically keeps the pigs hopes of sneaking into the Cup Semi-finals alive. The pigs scored a bonus point win with 4 tries,...

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Club Canteen

The Club has outsourced the canteen this season to other volunteer organizations within the Jindabyne area, this idea has proved to be a resounding success and we hope to keep involving other groups in the rugby...

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Jindabyne Rugby Union Club

Refereeing Kids Course

The Club needs more referees to take the pressure off, this quick course will also help parents understand better the rules

 

The minimum age to do the online course is 13, and it costs $15. Over 100 people have done the course already this year with some positive feedback. Participants who complete the course will be able to download a certificate immediately.

This course can be found on the ARU’s new Rugby Learning Centre (the same place where Smart Rugby is now done). You can log on to the RLC through the portal here:

https://rugby.force.com/rugbyportal/

If people are having difficulty registering, they can consult the RLC user guide here:

http://tinyurl.com/RugbyLearningCentreUserGuide

 

If you can help the club it would be much appreciated

Ex Player Donates Kidney to Brother

Ex Bushpig Alex Wakeford has made the big decision to donate his kidney to brother Shane who has been unwell for sometime. Whilst both boys would never ask for any help the club has decided to do a fundraiser to hopefully relieve some stress during the process. Both boys will be off work for a few weeks recovering from the operations. The Club will be holding a big raffle night on the 23rd of July at The Lake Jindabyne Hotel, the raffle prizes will be themed wheelbarrows, 8 in total, the themes are Welding (Shane's trade), Tools (Alex's trade), Gardening, Party, Auto, ladies, snowsports, wining and dining. The wheelbarrows will be displayed around town and club members will be selling tickets up until the night. there will also be live music after the raffles. Please grab a ticket and come along to the night to support the Wakeford boys.

 

Pigs Semi's hopes alive

The Bushpigs recorded a good win at home yesterday over Harden 22-7, this theoretically keeps the pigs hopes of sneaking into the Cup Semi-finals alive. The pigs scored a bonus point win with 4 tries, with 2 of those to Jarrod Pippi Cummins, 1 to Matty Caldwell and a conversion to Pippi. Harden hung in the game all day but just couldn't convert the pressure to points until the very end. The result will see the pigs in a must win situation in 2 weeks with a final home game against Yass.

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