Junior clubs from the bush to the beach will take over the Academy of Sport in Narrabeen on Saturday for a day to support drought relief activities and help the rugby community in regional NSW.


Teams from Narromine, Dubbo, Coonabarbaran, Bourke, Wellington, Orange, Walcha and Hamilton have all travelled to the city for the event, organised by Warringah Juniors.


NSW Waratahs player and Northern Beaches local Cam Clark will join over 400 kids and their coaches for some fun activities. Former NSW Waratahs player Phil Waugh, young Wallaby Jack Maddocks and the Warringah women’s team will also be running skill sand drills sessions.


The aim of the weekend is to not only raise funds to help cover rugby registrations and running costs for the visiting country clubs for their 2019 season, but also to give these young players affected by drought a fun, memorable weekend.


The afternoon of running rugby will finish off with an Under 18’s showdown between the Hamilton Hawks and Newport Breakers topped off with an over 35’s local derby clash at 1830 (AEST). 


With live music, jumping castles, kids’ entertainment and most importantly a day full of rugby fun, it’s a weekend not to be missed. The action kicks off at 0900.


Home Teams: Newport, Narrabeen, Dee Why, Collaroy and Pittwater

Visiting Teams: Narromine, Dubbo, Coonabarbran, Bourke, Wellington and Walcha

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