Ms P Cancer Fundraising Day 22/10/2016
That’s right Wolves, the most important night on the Wolves calendar is just around the corner!
The night we celebrate the life of the most beautiful Wolf that ever was, Helen “Ms P” Fraser, and all our loved ones that have been taken by this most cruel disease.
The night we do our Wolf best to try and wipe cancer off the map.
The MS P Cancer Fundraiser!
Get down to the Coolibah Hotel and let’s make it a big one!
Attractions on the night include:
The final Wallaby V All Black Bledisloe Clash for 2016
Food and drink
Silent auctions of both Wallaby and All Black memorabilia
Auctions of priceless Merrylands Rugby memorabilia
Gambling games including “Toss the Coin” and “200 board”
Laughter and all the usual Merrylands shenanigans
It will also be the greater Wolf communities chance to meet the newly elected management team including Greg Cummings, Steve Beddingfield and Ross Stewart and the newly appointed 2017 Head Coach, Mr Steve Sale, and get to get a handle on where the Wolves are at for their run back into rugby in 2017!
Go to http://merrylandsrugby.com/main/page_news.html for all the details
New Head Coach for 2017!
The Merrylands Wolves are very pleased to announce that Steve Sale will be the head coach for the Wolves for the 2017 season.
Steve, along with fellow new board member Trevor Boswell, was a very successful juniors coach for the Wolves in the early 2010’s before taking a coaching role with West Harbour Colts. Steve coached West Harbour Colts, grade and several junior rep teams for a few years while also turning his hand to refereeing.
But as the old cliché goes, once the Wolves have their teeth in you they never let go. Steve had been looking for a way to get back to Merrylands and be closer to home and when the Wolves head coaching role came up he jumped at the chance.
The Merrylands Rugby Club board had several quality applicants for the head coach’s role, but Steve was the absolute stand out. He is from the area and is familiar to many players but has spent time away from the club, gaining valuable qualifications and experience as part of a professional rugby club, and there for represents the new start many in the board believe is needed.
Merrylands Rugby is very excited and honoured to have Steve Sale as the Wolves head coach for the 2017 season.