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Manly Rugby Announce New Coaching Structure for 2015

Last weekend saw the season end with a flourish as the Marlins celebrated their successes of 2014 at their annual presentation evening, and began their campaign for 2015 with the announcement of a new coaching structure.

Club President, David Begg announced that the First Grade team in 2015 would be coached by Lifelong Marlin Damien "Turtle" Cummins, supported by Colin Caird Shield Winning Coach Dan Brown. Begg also announced the creation of a new position, Director of Rugby, which will oversee all rugby coaching & strategy for all grades & colts, with the clear ambition to cement Manly Rugby's postition as the premier club in Sydney. The recently retired Tim Fairbrother, with a long and distinguished international career has accepted this position, and will begin his task immediately.


Vince Florentine

It is with regret to announce the passing of Vince Florentine. As a staunch supporter of Manly Rugby Club, Mr Wiz, as he was affectionately known, contributed significantly to the club over the years and was an active committee member in the 1970s. He will be sorely missed by the Manly Rugby Club Community, and our thoughts are with his family and friends.

The funeral will be held at 10am on the 10th September, at Melaleuca Station Memorial Gardens, 9394 Tweed Valley Way, Chinderah, NSW 2484

Rays Score Five Tries, But Fall To Melbourne Rising On The Road



THE Macquarie Uni North Harbour Rays have started their 2014 National Rugby Championship campaign with a 34-55 loss to the Melbourne Rising at AAMI Park in Melbourne.


The Rays scored five tries and played some adventurous Rugby in front of 2187 hard core Melbourne fans, but were edged out of the contest in the middle of the second half by a flurry of Rising tries.


Grand Final Winners!

The reserve grade came away with the first Grand Final silverware for the club since 2007 in a convincing performance. In typical finals footy, every player and sub gave absolutely everything.

"A senior player told me that the first 20mins was some of the hardest and fastest rugby he had played," said MMM reserve grade coach, Dan Brown. It was a frantic first half and the MMMs had to absorb huge pressure and saw little quality ball.

"We sort of expected that," said MMM captain, Ryan Melrose. "But the confidence in the team was such that we knew we could keep taking them on."

Six all at half time and 40 minutes remaining of the season with club's hopes on their shoulders. Read more...

Colts Second and Third Grade Grand Finals against Sydney University

Forshaw Park is never a particularly hospitable venue for Marlins games, with a long trip and usually a difficult wind to contend with. On Sunday, the travel was the least of the problems for the opposing Grand Finalists; the second and third grade Colts grand finals were held in conditions that resembled a battlefield in the Dark Ages: torrential rain, swirling wind and a bog for a pitch.

Fundamentally the conditions made the results a lottery but full credit has to be given to our players for giving absolutely everything.

Third grade – 0-3 loss

From the kick off, this was going to be a chaotic game to referee. Deep puddles were all over the pitch, there was little or no grip in the turf and so, from playing the Competition Rounds where the suggestion of rain had the game deferred, the teams had to adapt to unfamiliar conditions and dig in to secure the ball and make any headway. Read more...