Two Blues MRSL

Vale Graham Galloway

Graham Galloway who played over 200 games for Parramatta in the 50's and 60's passed away on Saturday October 1 aged 82.

Graham played for NSW in 1954 and was on the first Australian team to tour Fiji in 1953, and founded the Kings Old Boys Rugby Club.

There will be a memorial service at the Kings School Chapel on Monday (10 October 2016) at 1pm.

Parramatta Two Blues announce new General Manager

The Parramatta Two Blues Rugby Club are pleased to announce the appointment of Craig Morgan as General Manager of the club. Craig is a management professional with a business and sports administration background and is highly regarded and respected for his initiative, drive and delivery of quality management.

Craig is the Founder and Tournament Director of the UON Central Coast Sevens, which is widely regarded as the benchmark sevens tournament in Australia and regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious International Sevens events, winning multiple awards and accolades from some of the biggest names in the sevens arena and attracting some of the world’s best teams and players annually.

Craig is a strong supporter and advocate for Rugby across all platforms, possessing positive leadership skills and strong relationships within the Rugby community with a key focus on club culture and community engagement.

Craig will commence his role officially on November 1st but has already begun planning to realise the Two Blues aim to become a powerhouse of Australian Rugby.


Director of Colts

Parramatta Rugby is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Ma'a as Director of Colts.

Peter has a long association with the Two Blues and is highly respected in the wider Rugby Community. Peter's role will be to coordinate the entire Colts program which will now incorporate Study Assistance Grants and a dedicated S&C program. Peter has already commenced in the role and is keen to build on the talent in our current Colts and our local Juniors and Schools.