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Vale Bryson Anderson



Sadly, today Inspector Bryson Anderson was laid to rest after tragically losing his life last week serving our community. Inspector Anderson originally worked in the Parramatta District when he first became a Police Officer. He had many friends within the Parramatta area and also has family at the Two Blues.

Much has been said about Inspector Anderson and we all know he will be sadly missed.

His family will need emotional support in the upcoming weeks and months and support is needed by Bryson’s wife, Donna, and their children. The best way to do this is to contribute to the memorial fund that has been established to aid his family, details below:


Name: Bryson Anderson Memorial Fund

BSB: 815 000

Account No: 273178


Alternatively you can drop of a cheque to Anderson Boemi Lawyers at 566 Old Northern Road, Dural drawn in favour of the Fund, and they will ensure that the money is passed onto the family.


Should you wish to pass on a card, please forward it to C/- Anderson Boemi Lawyers, 566 Old Northern Road, Dural 2158.




Educating Ryan

There has been some media coverage of the club's partnership with our major sponsor Merrylands RSL and TAFE to provide accredited courses aimed at providing players with an opportunity to gain skills and knowledge to progress their careers outside of Rugby.  To read the full story on line click here.


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Records Update




We're updating our database of contacts and would love to communicate with all past players, officials, volunteers and supporters.


Whether you have an email address or not, your mobile phone number or your postal address has changed, we want to stay in touch with you and keep you informed on the progress of our club.

Please click here to let us know your details.



R U OK? Day

Parramatta Two Blues are proud to support R U OK? Day on Thursday September 13 2012.

R U OK?Day is a national day of action dedicated to inspiring all people of all backgrounds to regularly ask each other ‘Are you ok?'

R U OK? is an independent, not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to provide national focus and leadership on suicide prevention. 

More than 2,100 Australians suicide each year and men are around four times more likely to die by suicide than females. For each person that dies in this way, it's estimated another 30 attempt to end their life (SANE Australia).

R U OK? aims to inspire all Australians to help reduce our suicide rate by by empowering all people of all ages to have open and honest conversations and stay connected with people in their lives.

R U OK?Day does not provide crisis intervention or counselling. 

If you need crisis support call 1800 RUOKDAY (1800 7865 329). If your need is life threatening call 000.

Call a mate, call your family, ask "R U OK?".  Your call might change a life.