Tickets and corporate hospitality packages are now on sale for the Queensland-based matches of the inaugural Buildcorp National Rugby Championship.
Australian Men's Sevens Head Coach Geraint John praised the desire of his side after overcoming Semi-Final disappointment to demolish Samoa in the Bronze Medal match at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
GPS are back in the winners circle at just the right time after their 39-24 triumph over Sunnybank at Yoku Road in round 18 of Queensland Premier Rugby.
University have celebrated Old Boys Day and the presentation of the Welsby Cup, Doughty Shield and Horsley Cup with a 33-25 win over Brothers at St Lucia in round 18 of Queensland Premier Rugby.
Easts have finished their season on a high note with a huge 66-19 win over Bond at David Wilson Field in round 18 of Queensland Premier Rugby.
Souths have ended their season on a high with a thrilling, tightly-contested 22-15 win over Wests at Chipsy Wood Oval in Round 18 of Queensland Premier Rugby.
Australian Men’s Sevens Head Coach Geraint John said “the day could not have gone any better” after his side beat England, Uganda and Sri Lanka on Day One at the XX Commonwealth Games overnight. Australia will play Wales for a place in the Medal matches at 9.28pm on Sunday evening (AEST) after topping Pool D at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow.
Brisbane-born Shannon Parry has been named the Wallaroos World Cup captain for next month’s IRB 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup. The 24-year-old dual International will be playing in her second IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup after being a part of the successful Australian side that finished third in 2010.
Ten St.George Queensland Reds players will return to their respective Queensland Premier Rugby clubs for the final round of the 2014 Premier Rugby season this Saturday.