Have a Super Rugby player show up at your Come and Try
The keys to making a successful request are primarily: 1) Advance notice (a minimum of one month); and 2) Meeting the request criteria.
The players receive many charity and appearance requests which the team endeavours to meet within the constraints of the players' travel, training, playing and other commitments. Please note that player schedules are often subject to late change. The State Union will not be held liable for the cancellation of an approved player appearance, and/or the replacement of an approved player with another player.Request must come from the host club on the clubs letter head with the following information:
1. Club name2. Player(s) requested or number of players required3. Location of meeting point (name of venue, full address and closest cross street)4. Date Required (please provide an alternative date if possible)5. Times required (max 2 hours)6. Role requirement details (i.e. sign autographs, join in coaching, type of audience, photos)7. Dress requirements (i.e. shorts, tshirt, joggers)8. Contact name and mobile number9. contact email10. Additional commentsThen send your letter to your relelvant Super Rugby TeamHSBC Waratahs - Player Appearances, Locked Bag 1222, Paddington NSW 2021St George Queensland Reds - Player Appearances, PO Box 205, Kelvin Grove DC, Brisbane Qld 4059ACT Brumbies - Player Appearances, PO Box 3865, Manuka ACT 2603Melbourne Rebels - Player Appearances, PO BOX 234, Parkville VIC 3052Western Force - Player Appearances, PO Box 146, Floreat WA 6014
The IRB has announced its match officials list for the second stage of the 2014 IRB Junior World Championships overnight, with two Australians appointed to referee two of the games in New Zealand on Sunday.