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Be better off with Kelly+Partners and support Northern Suburbs Rugby Kelly+Partners Chartered Accountants are the first choice financial advisor for private business owners in Sydney. They have been our platinum sponsor for the past 4 years sharing the vi...

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Siren’s 7’s 

Women’s Summer 7’s – Tournament 1 Preview The Northern Suburbs Siren’s 7s kick off their 2020 as they head toward the annual Lake Macquaire 7’s over the weekend. Having slogged out their first full pre-season in Sydney̵...

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Shoremen’s 7’s Men’s Summer 7’s – Tournament 1 Preview Having performed well in the 2019 Spring 7’s series, the Northern Suburbs Shoremen head into their first task of the summer this weekend. The Mick ‘Whale...

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Meet New Recruit – Heinrich Brendel Meet Heinrich Brendel, the rugby gypsy who has played rugby in his native South Africa, Ireland, and Italy in the past 3 seasons. Now for season 2020 has found his way to Northern Suburbs and can’t wait to r...

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NOTICE OF 121ST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Notice of Meeting Notice is hereby given that the 121st Annual General Meeting of the Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club Limited will be held at the Union Hotel, 271 Pacific Highway, North Sydney, NSW on Monday 2nd...

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2020 Preseason Update 

2020 Preseason Update With new Head Coach, Earl Va’as’ feet now firmly on the ground in his new role at Northern Suburbs, Earl takes a look at how his first month of the preseason has shaped up. Hitting the ground running, a refocus of core sk...

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 Meet New Recruit – Ryan Lomas All the way from central Ireland, Ryan has joined Northern Suburbs ahead of the 2020 Intrust Super Shute Shield season. Touching down into Sydney’s heatwave over the weekend. Lomas is looking to anchor the scrum...

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Northern Suburbs Announce Head Coach Northern Suburbs have appointed vastly experienced Kiwi coach Earl Va’a to lead the club’s Shute Shield campaign in 2020. The 47-year-old former Samoan Test flyhalf at the 1999 and 2003 Rugby World Cups has a much ...