Australian Open Country Championships! - Day 1







It is all happening up at Rockhamapton, QLD for the Australian Open Country Championships. WPNSW have 1x NSW Men's Blues and 2x NSW Women's Waratahs Team competing for the Title. The NSW Men's and Women's Blues are off to a flying start, winning against Tasmania 14-4 & 9-3 respectively. 


The NSW Women's Waratahs Team were unfortunate to go down in the State-of-Origin clash against QLD Maroon, losing 10-4. The NSW Men's B;ues side will look to finish off the day with another day when they take on QLD Maroons at 6pm.


Please see below the Teams for the Australian Open Country Championships.

NSW Men's Blues

James Dezuis Wyong
Andrew Dunford Easts
Marcos Fernandez Gosford
Ethan Moore Woy Woy
Jake Robinson Central
Jake Mitchell Raymond Terrace
Matt Reddy Raymond Terrace
Lachlan Wheeler Tamworth
Laarn White Tamworth
Cruize Walter University of Newcastle
Jared Tobin University of Newcastle
Lucas Mackaway Easts
Kolby  McMahon Wagga Wagga
Brendan  Dickie Coach
Ross White Manager

NSW Women's Blues

Chelsea Clarke Easts
Leah Dodd Albury Sharks
Isabella Faulder Gosford
Belle Humby Central Newcastle
Phebe Mcleod Albury Sharks
Eliza Limn Central Newcastle
Libby Magann Tamworth
Morgan Rowbottom Tamworth
Rosie Stimson Gosford
Zoe Stimson Gosford
Ash Faulder Coach
Gail Salter Manager

NSW Women's Waratahs

Tammy Humby Central Newcastle
Eliza Meredith Raymond Terrace
Jenna Rowe Gosford
Kayla Kingston North Coasties
Tegan Roberts Albury Tigers
Lucy Hofman Tamworth
Sophie Mcleod Albury Sharks
Bree  Akhurst Central Coast
Darcy Millett Ovens & Murray
Katherine Grellman Tamworth
Emily Grellman Tamworth
Paul Rowe Coach

You can view the draw here >>



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