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100 Games: Sunjay Jain

Seagull

Despite a valiant on field effort from Sunjay, it’s Sunjay’s efforts off the field that this club can’t do without. As Registrar in 2015, 2016, 2017 and now 2019, Sunjay has been integral in Fee Collection and Player Registration through out these years.
Even on days & nights where he wasn’t playing or training through injury or opposition forfeits, Sunjay would still be there asking for fees.
Congratulations on 100 games Sunjay.

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100 Games: Brian Walker

Seagull

A player who normally gets in close and does tyhe hard stuff instead of getting photographed, Brian Walker has bought up his 100 games against Hills Rugby Club after a work interrupted Rugby career.

Congratulations on 100 Games Brian.

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200 Games: Brad Chalmers

Seagull

With two caps on the weekend (starting 4th and 3rd Grade), Brad Chalmers has bought up his double century for Hunters Hill Rugby.

Brad’s rugby has been much interupted in the last few years due to work, which has made this achievement harder.
Brad has also scored 493 competition points in these games.

100 Games: Jake Henwood

Seagull

Jake’s First Grade cap last weekend against Epiing was his 100th game for Hunters Hill Seniors.


The vast majority of his 100 caps have been in First Grade, after a long career with the Juniors (including coaching these last few years). Jake also became a Committee Member this year, putting into the club both on and off the field.

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100 Games: Timothy Gatehouse

Seagull

After a disrupted season, Tim Gatehouse started two games last weekend against Epping to play games #99 and #100 for Hunters Hill Rugby.

We wish Tim all the best for the rest of the year.

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200 Games: Jason Gaff

Seagull

Last weekend against St Pats Rugby, Jason Gaff achieved his official double century, leading 4th Grade in a narrow loss.

With several count backs from the mid-2000’s pending, we may well find out this should have been weeks ago.

Congrats to Gaffy on this achievement, and we look forward to him playing on for a fair few more years.

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100 Games: Chuck Housego

Seagull

While we celebrate Back to Boronia Day against Forest Rugby Club, Chuck Housego is going to be running out for his 100th game for the Seniors Club at Hunters HIll Rugby.
This is after a long and successful career in the juniors as well.
We wish Chuck all the best tomorrow.

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200 Games: Jordan Butler

Pear

While we celebrate Back to Boronia Day against Forest Rugby Club, Jordan/Seagull is going to be warming up his joints for his 200th game for Hunters Hill Rugby.

We wish Seagull all the best tomorrow.

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Vale Allan Southcombe

Seagull

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It is with a heavy heart that HHRUFC advises of the passing of Club Legend Allan Southcombe.

Southy took on many roles at the club, and was always ready to step in to help when needed or when things got tough.

Allan’s playing career spanned from 1961 to 1988, starting in the U10’s and involved multiple premierships as a player, a captain coach and a coach. During this time Allan also received the honours of Clubman of the Year and Club Best and Fairest, as well as his Honour Cap and Life Membership.

Off the field, Allan has been Seniors President (1986-89, 2004), Vice President (1985), Club Treasurer (2009-2012) and Seniors Treasurer (1978-80, 2018), Club Coach, Director of Coaching, First Grade Coach as well as coaching various other grades

Allan’s contribution cannot be measured in stat’s alone, and he will be sorely missed by the whole club.

Club Captains Election Results

Seagull

With a delay worthy of the AEC it brings us great pleasure to announce that on a historic night in March, Hunters Hill Rugby has elected two Club Captains for the first time.

Ben Chaplin returns as the Senior Men’s Club Captain for 2019, continuing on from this role in 2018 and his 2017 Vice-Chairmanship. Ben’s role this year means that he will have help an executive position at Hunters Hill Rugby, for half his playing career, not bad for a bloke that joined as a colt.

Bella Hogan has been elected as inaugural Senior Women’s Club Captain. Bella is a founding member of Hunters Hill Women’s Rugby Union Football Club, and is also a 2019 committee member.

Seeking Coaches and Managers

Seagull

Hunters Hill Rugby Union Football Club (HHRUFC) is seeking interest from Coaches and Team Managers for the 2019 season.

We are seeking experienced rugby coaches who want to grow and gain experience.  Working under Club Coaching Director Mark Philp (Level 4 & International experienced Coach) coaching staff will be provided with full support to extend their learning and development (through practical experience and certification), as well as top class facilities/equipment and Canterbury Teamwear kit!  

In 2019 - the Club is looking to field five (5) Open Age Grade sides, two (2) Under 21 Colts sides and two (2) Women’s Sevens side.  The club is also looking to appoint an S&C Coach for the seaon.

The club is looking for passionate individuals across ALL GRADES who are willing to contribute to the development of players both on and off the field, and be part of Sydney’s best rugby club.

For more details, desirable criteria and applications, please head to:
https://www.sportspeople.com.au/jobs/56428-rugby-coachesmanagers-hunters-hill-rugby-union-football-club

2018 Honours List

Seagull

100 Senior Games

Robbie Carter

Steven Morton

Jarrod Thatcher

Club Top Try Scorer

Max Barber

Club Top Point Scorer

Lachie Camroux

Best New Forward

Jono Midghall

Best New Back

Chris Orpen

Most Improved Forward

Tim McGrath

Most Improved Back

Lachlan Camroux

Supporter of the Year

Lindsay McCormack

Clubman of the Year

Ben Chaplin

All Grades Best Player

Ben Rooney

Best New Forward, 1st Grade Best and Fairest & 1st Grade Players Player, Jono Midghall (L) with Club and 1st Grade Coach Clint Allardice (R).

Audrey Legrand (L) received the Women’s 1st Grade Players Player for the second year in a row, with Lauren Salmon, Vice Chair of Women’s Rugby.

All Grades Best and Fairest, Colts Best and Fairest & Colts Players Player, Ben Rooney (C), accepts his award from Colts Coach Greg Wyatt-Spratt (L) and Manager Rod Dufficy (R)

James Roulston (R) accepting Dummy Spit of the Year from the 3rd Grade Coach, and perennial runner up for this award, Chris Groves (L)

Roomate of the Tourist of the Year, Mitch Kenny (L) stands in for Chuck Housego with Chris Groves (R), Tour Director

Robbie Carter (L): Centurion

Steven Morton (L): Centurion

Lindsay McCormack (R) - accepting the Supporter of the Year award from 350 game Honour Cap - Andrew Johnson (L)

 

1st Grade Best & Fairest

Jono Midghall

1st Grade Players Player

Jono Midghall

Women’s 1st Grade Best & Fairest

Laura O'Brien

Women’s 1st Grade Players Player

Audrey Legrand

2nd Grade Best & Fairest

Ethan Eruini-Bennett & Ollie Roberts

2nd Grade Players Player

Andrew Johnson & Lachlan Shaw

Colts Most Improved Player

James Rennie

Colts Best & Fairest

Ben Rooney

Colts Players Player

Ben Rooney

3rd Grade Best & Fairest

Brad Chalmers & Christian Zizza

3rd Grade Players Player

Rylie Filby

4th Grade Best & Fairest

David Manatua

4th Grade Players Player

Matthew Pike

President's Trophy

Gary Lane

Club Captains Shield

Ben Chaplin

Kick of the Year

Lachie Burke

Dummy Spit of the Year

James Roulston

Tourist of the Year

Chuck Housego

Colts Duo Recieve Top Honours

Seagull

Following a successful season which saw Hunters Hill Colts go down in the Grand Final after finishing fourth in the regular round, Colts Captain Ben Rooney took home the 2018 Colts Medal, awarded from amongst all the colts teams in all divisions of Subbies.

Not to be outdone, Colts Coach Greg Wyatt-Spratt has been named the NSW Coach of the Year - make sure you check out his nomination video below!

Ben Rooney - 2018 NSW Suburban Rugby Colts Medallist

Ben Rooney - 2018 NSW Suburban Rugby Colts Medallist

Greg Wyatt-Spratt - 2018 NSW Community Rugby Coach of the Year

Greg Wyatt-Spratt - 2018 NSW Community Rugby Coach of the Year

Recruitment Rewards

Seagull

In 2017 we saw the power that a few players recruiting their mates could make to the club, with the GF success of 3's and the strong showing from all other grades due to this. There's actually too many players to name.
So in 2018, the Senior Men's Sub-Committee would like to reward those who put in the effort to get their mates along to play with Hillies with a $150 Bayview Voucher.

All you need to do is:

  • Bring two new players to the club who pay their full fees by Round 4.
  • & Pay your own full fees by Round 4.
  • Confirm this with Shieldsy and Seagull.

We'll then shout you the voucher as well as make special mention of you in our Newsletter.