News Article

Waratahs coaching announcement

  
Printable Version Printable Version    Recommend Recommend    Email to a friend Email to a friend
  
Share   

9/24/2012
By Waratahs Media Unit


New head coach Michael Cheika has made a change to the HSBC Waratahs’ coaching structure, today confirming that Greg Mumm will not be part of his coaching team.
 
Mumm, 32, joined the HSBC Waratahs as coaching co-ordinator at the start of the 2012 season, having previously worked with Sydney University and the Fijian national team.
 
“Taking us forward will require changes,” said Cheika.  “Many of the team have had to deal with a level of uncertainty already and I don’t want to prolong this.”
 
On behalf of the team, the HSBC Waratahs’ new head coach also thanked Greg for his hard work over the past year, adding “Personally, I would also like to thank Greg for his input, his time and his honesty last week and wish him all the best.”
 
Michael Cheika is currently back in France with his family.  He will return to Sydney early next month. 
 

Text/HTML

In a turnaround round for the Australian conference in round ten of the Asteron Life Super Rugby Competition, The St.George Queensland Reds, NSW Waratahs and RaboDirect Rebels all recorded important victories for their respective seasons.  Read full article...
Round 9 of Asteron Life Super Rugby was a tipster’s nightmare, with all four Australian teams falling to New Zealand and South African sides over the weekend. Read full article...
Asteron Life Super Rugby Round 8 Preview: Melbourne Rebels vs Queensland Reds
The RaboDirect Melbourne Rebels will be looking to bounce back on Friday night after a disappointing loss to the competition leading Hurricanes. Read full article...
ARU and NZR Unite for ANZAC Day
The Australian Rugby Union and New Zealand Rugby will join forces this ANZAC Day as Rugby Remembers 100 years of service and sacrifice of those who have served Australia and New Zealand during periods of war and peace. Read full article...
Rebels return to winners circle as Brumbies extend lead
Round five of the Asteron Life Super Rugby competition has concluded with the RaboDirect Melbourne Rebels and the Aquis Brumbies emerging victorious in their Australian derby clashes against the Western Force and St.George Queensland Reds respectively. The NSW Waratahs were beaten by a strong Highlanders outfit in Dunedin.  Read full article...