ST IVES RUGBY CLUB

Celebrating 60 years of Rugby

    

Information

CONTACTS

Click here to view contact details for Coaches and Manaagers Committee[read more...]

RESOURCES

Click the link for club resources[read more...]

HISTORY

St Ives Rugby Club had its birth in April 1957 when “a motley team of 12 year olds trooped onto the field to inaugurate the Saints tradition”. [read more...]

MINIS 6-9 YEARS

Enjoy the TryRugby Kids Pathway which takes into account the age of the child and their capacity for safe and achievable rugby skills.[read more...] Find us on Team App

JUNIORS 10-18 YEARS

Competition Rugby and representative pathway to Sydney Juniors. With qualified coaches and first-aid, enjoy developing your skills and making life-long friends[read more...] Find us on Team App

SENIORS

Seniors offers serious fun for players 18-68. From 1st to 4th grade and colts, there is a team and position for everyone.[read more...] Find us on Team App

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Sponsors

St Ives Rugby is proud to be associated with our sponsors
Anniversary Dinner

St Ives Rugby Club

60th Anniversary Dinner Dance

You are cordially invited to a special dinner to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the St Ives Rugby Club. Inaugurated in 1956 the first teams ran out on the field in April 1957. On this occasion we are partnering with the beyondblue organisation.

DATE:    Saturday 25 March 2017 

6.30pm for 7pm

VENUE:    North Ryde RSL

Cnr. Pittwater Rd and Magdala Rd

North Ryde

COST:    $130.00 pp

Includes beer, wine, champagne, soft drinks

Canapes and three course dinner

DRESS:    Lounge Suit and Cocktail

RSVP and Payment by Saturday 18 March 2017

To book your ticket(s) go to:

https://www.trybooking.com/228541

Inquiries to Co Club Patrons: Keith Johnston 0407 004 410 email <kjwoodproducts@ozemail.com.au> or Joy Johnson 0419 424 239 <stivesrugby@bigpond.com>

 

St Ives Rugby - Proudly supporting beyondblue

 

Grounds

Hassell or Hassall

Hassall Park was previously known as Hassell Park and the street remains spelt that way.  But, council put the change through the geographical names board a couple of years ago and it's now correctly known as Hassall Park after Thomas Henry Hassall, the politician of the late 1800's /early 1900's who opened the ground.