COACHING AND MANAGING POSITIONS 2013
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.
Daley Harper sparks an attack.
Some photos from today's win in the Qualifying Semi-Final against West Harbour can be found here.
2012 Club Memberships are now open. Show your support for the Mighty Two Blues by becoming a member today. Click here to download a membership form.
Club Legend, Patron and Wallaby Eric Tweedale, Club Captain Andrew Cox and Club President Geoff Baldwin celebrate Andrew's 100th First Grade game in a career of 101 Grade Games.
Some photos from today's matches against Gordon can be found here.
Two Blues legend Lorraine Holman at her final regular season game, with Brett Papworth and the Bledisloe Cup.
Some photos of today's matches against West Harbour can be found here.
John Taulaga flies through the West Harbour defence.
Some photos of the Colts' match against West Harbour can be found here.
Dan Yakopo on his way to a sensational try.
Some photos of the matches at Rat Park are available here.
HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK ROUND 13 V RANDWICK
Below are the tries from 1st Grade's emphatic 38-12 Round 13 victory over Randwick.