The Date is Set for Back to Muncher (Parra) Day!
An epic clash awaits against cross town rivals Eastwood and we invite all to celebrate Back to Parra Day with a twist as we celebrate one of the Two Blues favourite sons Dennis “Muncher” Garlick in his 50th year with the club.
We invite everyone to get out and show your support for Muncher and the Two Blues on Saturday 4th May 2019 at Lidcombe Oval.
The Two Blues are pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with Sydney West Sports Medicine.
This partnership in line with our Western Sydney strategy will provide a one stop shop medical services association between SWSM and the Two Blues allowing us to provide superior medical care for our members.
We welcome Sydney West Sports Medicine to the Two Blues family.
TWO BLUES SUPPORTS JUNIOR RUGBY WITH RUNWEST
The Western Sydney Two Blues has announced its intention to support the area’s junior rugby community through the rugby union club’s partnership with RunWest.
Craig Morgan, General Manager of Two Blues, is enthusiastic about the partnership. “We are pleased to be supporting junior rugby via the Western Sydney Two Blues Junior Rugby Union.
“Junior Rugby Clubs are the future of the game and the game itself delivers so much to the lives of families within the Western Sydney community. Rugby as a team sport emphasises crucial life skills such as team work, social development along with physical development, communication, coordination and an opportunity to develop friendships that last a lifetime.”
The Two Blues community simply have to enter the 12Km or 4Km RunWest events next March for 25% of their entry fee to be donated back to the Club which will be presented directly to the Junior Rugby Union division of Two Blues for grassroots support.
Stars from the Two Blues men’s and women’s teams will be on hand during RunWest so fans of all ages will be able to meet their favourites, grab an autograph or two and even get to join in a kick around. The players will be part of the RunWest Start Zone Festival at the line up for the 4Km event which starts at Blacktown International Sportspark on Sunday March 31 at 10.00am. There is no minimum age for this event but all entrants under 12 years of age must be accompanied by a registered parent or guardian.
“We are pleased to be able to give back to our junior clubs and support the families who in turn support the game of rugby in Western Sydney,” said Craig.
To enter RunWest and sign up with the Two Blues team go to http://www.runthewest.com.au/community/two-blues-rugby/
The Two Blues are pleased to announce NSW Waratahs player JP Sauni has joined the Two Blues for season 2019. JP who plays hooker for the Tahs and lives in Western Sydney has joined the Two Blues eager to make an impact and support the club in returning Western Sydney into a competitive force. Welcome JP!
5th October 2018
TWO BLUES COACHING ANNOUNCEMENT
The Western Sydney Two Blues are pleased to announce Joel Rivers as the clubs Head Coach for season 2019 onwards.
The Two Blues, moving into an exciting new era for the club welcome the arrival of Mr. Rivers, a highly regarded coach with a history of success, having won multiple premierships as both a player and as a coach.
Two Blues General Manager Craig Morgan said “we welcome Joel to the Two Blues after an extensive recruitment process. Joel comes to the club with an impressive record and is highly regarded in rugby circles. Joel has the opportunity to play a major part in shaping the direction of the clubs on field performance and overall culture and standards in what is an exciting period of time for the club, we look forward to Joel taking the reigns as we head into pre-season in preparation for season 2019”.
Mr Rivers said of his appointment “I understand the opportunities we have representing Western Sydney now under the Two Blues Rugby banner, as well as the immense talent that comes from this area. My aim is to create a competitive rugby program, which promotes and develops this talent”.
Coach Rivers is a proud husband and father of three with a professional background and impressive coaching record including:
- Over 10 Seasons and multiple premierships as a player with Sydney University
- 4 x Premiership winning Colts Coach Sydney University 2010-2014
- Head Coach Northern Suburbs Colts 2014-2017 leading the program to the Grand Final
- Senior Grade Coach Sydney Premiership Club – Colin Caird Shield
- Head Coach NSW Waratahs Gen Blue 16s
- Coach NSW Waratahs Gen Blue 18s
Over Two Hundred (200) people filled the magnificently presented events room of major sponsor Merrylands RSL to celebrate the 2018 season and recognise the high achievers of the club.
Guests enjoyed an extensive buffet dinner and laughs in great company and under hosts Nick Blacklock and Jimmy Benton.
Congratulations to all of our award winners:
|Women’s Rookie of the Year
|George Rogers Memorial Shield Colts Rookie of the Year
|Grade Rookie of the Year
|Women’s Highest Point Scorer
|Colts Highest Point Scorer
|Les Macauley Shield Grade Highest Points Scorer
|Fred Robertson Cup Club Person of the Year
|Women’s Most Improved
|Steve Barrett Memorial Award Colts Most Improved
|Les Brooker Shield Grade Most Imroved
|Frank Lawson Shield Colts Clubman of the Year
|Women’s Leading Try Scorer
|Colts Leading Try Scorer
|Ralph Stephenson Memorial Shield Grade Leading Try Scorer
|Women’s Club Person of the Year
|Andrew Cox Plate Captain of the Year
||Shannon Talavia Johnson
|Colts Highest Rep Honours
|Les Sheridan Trophy Grade Highest Rep Honours
|Women’s Highest Rep Honours
||Evelyn Horomia | Mel Fatu
|2nd Grade Colts Best & Fairest
|1st Grade Colts Best & Fairest
|Women’s Best & Fairest
|4th Grade Best & Fairest
|3rd Grade Best & Fairest
|2nd Grade Best & Fairest
|1st Grade Best & Fairest
|Colts Player of the Year
|Women’s Player of the Year
|Grade Player of the Year