Randwick Warriors is a club catering for U13-U18 players of all rugby abilities. We are targeting committed rugby boys and will provide them with the necessary skills and training to continue their journey from junior rugby into Randwick Senior colts.
How Can I Register?
Randwick Warriors are recruiting for season 2020.
Existing Players will register online in early February, an email will be sent to all 2019 Randwick Warriors Players containing a link to the online registration system
All new players must send in an Expression of Interest form before our club considers their registration.
If a player withdraws their registration prior to 24 March 2020 they will receive a refund of 50% of the registration fee
If a player withdraws their registration on or after 24 March 2020 there will be no refund.
When We Play
Randwick Warriors play in the Sunday Graded Competition, with nearly 50 teams in just the U13 competition, ranging from Grade A through to Grade E, the choice of playing in a graded competition will enable boys in our district to play in a competition most suited to their skill level.
This year, for the first time, the Randwick Warriors have established a dedicated Rugby 7’s programme
Over the last couple of weeks, Randwick Warriors sent teams from the 13’s, 14’s & 15’s to compete in the Alex Noble Rugby 7’s days. The event was put on over 2 Sundays in a row 24th Feb & 3rd of March, see below information regarding Alex Noble & his current situation.
The days were purely a fund raiser for Alex & his family, it was great to see so many clubs (as well as Randwick) help a young Rugby Player out. Our boys competed very well on the field & conducted themselves very nicely off the field with the 13’s boys winning 50% of their games, 14’s won 4 out of 6 games & the 15’s equal first with 4 wins out of 5. Overall some good results across the board which will put us in good stead for later in the year when the State Cup comes around in Rugby 7’s as part of our dedicated 7s programme at the Warriors . All in all the tournament raised over $27k...