Total Construction Ladies Day

Total Construction Ladies Day

Total Construction Ladies Day is a must attend fixture on the Two Blues Calendar.

Support the Two Blues Women as they take on Blacktown before the Two Blues men take on Southern Districts with Ladies Day kicking off from 1pm.

On the day you can enjoy:
• Champagne and juice and cheese platter on arrival
• Home made lunch followed by Italian sweets for dessert
• Live DJ
• Plenty of Games with prizes to be won
• Lucky door prizes
• Half time games out on the field (including our first ever Two Blues piggyback race!)

Rally the girls and get your tickets today! http://bit.ly/TB-LadiesDay

Pasifika Round Kolia Cup

Pasifika Round Kolia Cup

The Two Blues will be celebrating the life of Kolia Aigaga Liko who we tragically lost to suicide in 2018. At the same time the club will be celebrating ts strong links to the Pasifika community. We invite you to join in a very special day as we launch the inaugural and annual Kolia Cup and celebrate the life of Kolia surrounded by a colourful celebration of Pasifika culture as the Two Blues take on Randwick on field.

Lunch with Eric Tweedale

Lunch with Eric Tweedale

 

A must attend event with the Two Blues celebrating club patron and oldest living Wallaby Eric Tweedale. This special event will also celebrate Erics 98th Birthday weekend. Hosted by the Two Blues at Merrylands RSL with special MC Peter “Fab” Fenton save the date for what is going to be a very special day of celebration of one of rugbys true gentlemen.

 

Back to Muncher (Parra) Day 2019

Back to Muncher (Parra) Day 2019

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.

2018 Two Blues Presentation a magnificent celebration

2018 Two Blues Presentation a magnificent celebration

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 Tia Tyler
George Rogers Memorial Shield Colts Rookie of the Year Ata Mariota
Grade Rookie of the Year Brandon Fa’avae-eli
Women’s Highest Point Scorer Deborah Faamita
Colts Highest Point Scorer Netane Masima
Les Macauley Shield Grade Highest Points Scorer James Benton
Fred Robertson Cup Club Person of the Year Randy Basra
Women’s Most Improved Katalina Baekdal
Steve Barrett Memorial Award Colts Most Improved AJ Shurush
Les Brooker Shield Grade Most Imroved Inia Qereqeretabua
Frank Lawson Shield Colts Clubman of the Year Danyon Morris
Women’s Leading Try Scorer Katalina Baekdal
Colts Leading Try Scorer Netane Masima
Ralph Stephenson Memorial Shield Grade Leading Try Scorer Tailiki Nadredre
Women’s Club Person of the Year Tina Sio
Andrew Cox Plate Captain of the Year Shannon Talavia Johnson
Colts Highest Rep Honours Faiva Faiva
Les Sheridan Trophy Grade Highest Rep Honours Jaline Graham
Women’s Highest Rep Honours Evelyn Horomia | Mel Fatu
2nd Grade Colts Best & Fairest Jesia Tiata
1st Grade Colts Best & Fairest Luke Russo
Women’s Best & Fairest Lorett Mailangi
4th Grade Best & Fairest Tailiki Nadredre
3rd Grade Best & Fairest Jack Haylan
2nd Grade Best & Fairest Gerald Dzirtuwe
1st Grade Best & Fairest Jaline Graham
Colts Player of the Year Haitoni Hafoka
Women’s Player of the Year Jade Huggins
Grade Player of the Year Tuitakau Kioa

 

Western Sydney 7s Tournament Success

Western Sydney 7s Tournament Success

The Two Blues played host to the inaugural Western Sydney 7s Tournament on Saturday 4th November seeing 12 men’s team compete including premier teams from the Shute Shield alongside invitational teams, international teams from Fiji and the Nauru National side.

Fijian side Uluinakau took out the final defeating Liverpool City Cougars.

The tournament was held in conjunction with Tonga Day celebrations with the Two Blues supporting Tonga Day organisers with both events coming together in a very successful format, which we hope will continue into the future.