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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

South Coast Monaro Rugby Union starts Saturday 2nd April 2022

South Coast Monaro Rugby Union starts Saturday 2nd April 2022 Rugby Union competition starts this Saturday 2nd April 2022 for men’s teams in the South Coast Monaro competition and for women’s teams in ACT 10-a-side competition. Local Cub Batemans Bay “Boars” has teams entered in both competitions. This Saturday the Batemans Bay “Boars” will commence the season competition with a home game against Cooma Red Devils. A new look Batemans Bay team will attempt to build on success at the recent 10’s carnival with a lot new young faces in the team. Last season a number of players retired but have steadily recruited to put a new look side on the paddock. Cooma didn’t have their best season last year but rumours suggest they have build well and are keen to show improvement. In addition, a Batemans Bay women’s team has been formed and are keen to get there season started this Saturday against Uni Norths Act at Hanging Rock Oval. A strong squad recently competed in the Kiama 7’s to make it to the final to loose narrowly on a count back. Kick off times for Saturday are the Women’s team 12.30 with the men to follow with 2.30 kick off. Anyone interested in joining either team are invited to attend training any Tuesday or Thursday from 6pm or introduce yourself at the game Saturday. Other games in the opening round are; Braidwood “Redbacks” v Crookwell “Dogs” at Braidwood, Taralga “Tigers” v Bungendore “Mudchooks” at Taralga and Hall “bushrangers: v Jindabyne “Bushpigs” at Hall.

A copy of both competition draws are attached below noting home games are highlighted in Blue. Live scores and results can be tracked through the free app RugbyXplorer. In addition a new South Coast Rugby competition will be launched the week after Easter 23rd April & will include teams Bermagui Cobargo, Broulee, Milton, Bay Re and Yass.




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