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NARRABEEN PLAYS HOST TO FIRST NATIONAL SEVENS EDUCATION CAMP
Emerging stars from across Australia participated in the first National Sevens Education Camp at Narrabeen last weekend, with boys in the Under 17s and Under 18s age bracket enjoying three days of training under the watchful eye of Australian Director of Rugby Sevens Geraint John.  Read full article...
KURTLEY BEALE’S $45,000 FINE TO FUND PROGRAM FOR  YOUNG INDIGENOUS WOMEN
The Australian Rugby Union today announced the $45,000 fine being paid by Kurtley Beale following a breach of the ARU Code of Conduct will be directed to the Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Team. Read full article...
World Rugby U20 Championship 2015 match schedule announced
The match schedule and kick-off times for next year’s World Rugby U20 Championship (formerly IRB Junior World Championship) have been announced. Read full article...
The Australian Rugby Union today welcomed New South Wales Premier Mike Baird’s announcement today that the NSW Government will invest $600 million in stadia infrastructure from 2017-18.  Read full article...

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