Richmond Rovers is excited to announce the following Coaching and Management Team for our Women’s League Team, the mighty Richmond Roses:
- Head Coach ( Johnnie Sekene )
-Team Mentor ( Luisa Avaiki )
- Team Manager (TBC)
All players and interested supporters are asked to meet at Richmond’s Club rooms this Saturday 2pm, after the Grey Lynn Park Community Day hosted by Richmond Rovers RLFC.
The purpose of the meeting is player registration and a discussion of the team’s objectives for 2018. Bring boots and runners if your a new player photo ID is required.
For more information contact: Johnnie: email@example.com
Richmond Rovers RLFC invites you to meet our special guest including:New Zealand Police, NZ Fire Service, Vodafone Warriors players including James Gavet, Bunty Afoa, Charnze Nicol-Klogsted and Pat Sipley, New Zealand Kiwis Ferns players including Georgia Hale.
With lots of activities, games, sausage sizzle, bouncy castle, free Community Group spaces, Richmond Merchandise by Central Outfittersers on sale, Mr Whippy Central Auckland and freshly made barista coffee available, and spot prizes.
There will be 2018 Richmond Rovers RLFC Juniors and Richmond Rovers Premiers senior club registrations taking place throughout the day.
There will be a free Richmond history tour including background stories of the Richmond club rooms, local Grey Lynn history, memorabilia photos, honors board recognition with free Richmond 100 Year History Book up for grabs!
We would love to see you there and to be part of Richmond Grey Lynn in 2018!
For more information please contact:
Richmond Chairperson, Gus: 021 0853 8047
Richmond Rovers RLFC is very excited to announce that Auckland Rugby League (ARL) now supports the Homework Centre initiative in Auckland Rugby League Clubs and we are now one of six clubs who will run a Homework Centre in 2018. It reflects ARL’s and Richmond’s strong commitment to our youth, Richmond Rovers having initiated and run our Homework Centre for the previous 3 years.
Our Richmond Homework Centre is for our teenager players (13 years up) and will be held at our Club room on training days from 3.30pm-5pm. Students will be given a healthy snack and drink upon arrival and will be encouraged and supported to complete their school homework before their training starts.
Our Richmond Club is seeking a mature adult (20 years +) for the paid role of Homework Centre Facilitator, to supervise our Richmond Homework Centre.
No specific qualifications are required, but the ideal candidate will:
• Have basic first aid knowledge
• Have completed Secondary Schooling and/or have mature life experience
• Have real passion for youth
• Genuinely care about academic success of our youth
• Have cheerful and positive personality
• Be punctual with good time management skills
• Have good dose of humor and patience
The successful candidate will receive training from Off Field Success, the Consultancy engaged by ARL to implement our Homework Centre, and continued support will be provided by our Club and Off Field Success throughout the season.
For more information please contact Liz Ah Kuoi on 021 023 15975
This is a great opportunity for a stay at home (or part time working) parent or mature tertiary student. Please email Gus Fepuleai firstname.lastname@example.org with an expression of your interest and CV/ life experience by 1 March 2018.
Hi fellow Richmond Old Boys,
Having held our Richmond Old Boys annual get-together at the Richmond clubrooms, Grey Lynn Park for the last 8 years and speaking to quite a few of you, a general consensus is that it’s time for a change.
We therefore will be holding an informal get together at The Grey Lynn RSA (Razza): 3 Francis St, Grey Lynn, Auckland on Saturday 10th February 2018 from 3 pm.
This is not restricted to ex-Richmond players and feel free to bring along any of your old rugby league mates who you have played with or against particularly local clubs including: Ponsonby, Pt Chevalier, Marist, City Newton, Mt Albert etc.
Come for a couple of drinks and a chat or stay as long as you like. No reply is necessary just turning up on the day will ensure a fantastic day. Food is available at the Razza.
Cheers and looking forward to seeing you there.
Richmond Old Boys
Check out our latest Richmond supporter, England Captain Sean O’loughlin wearing Richmond’s training t-shirt apparel.
Sean is a mate of former Richmond Premier forward & current Board member Gerhard Sundborn. Sean also gave Gerhard’s dad, Wayne his test jersey from his recent test versus Papua New Guinea.
All the best to England from our Richmond club for the upcoming RLWC Grand Final.
Richmond Rovers Rugby League & Sports Inc. currently enjoys excellent support from our main business sponsors, and we want to expand on this. We invite applications for two newly created positions of Sponsorship Manager. The role will be to find additional sponsors for Richmond’s 2018 Fox Memorial Squad teams (Premiers and Reserves) and/or the Richmond Club in general.
You will be part of a sponsorship team creating new opportunities for Richmond. You will receive a 15% commission from new sponsorship received (excl GST). This is an exciting opportunity to help both yourself and Richmond.
Interested? Then email Gus Fepuleai: email@example.com or Graeme Atmore, firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.
Notice of AGM to be held at:
The Richmond Rovers Clubrooms
Monday, 04th December 2017, 6.30pm
Confirmation of minutes
The Chair’s report on the business of the Club
The Treasurer’s report on the finances of the Club, and the Annual Financial Statements
The Senior Convenor’s report on the Senior teams’ season
The Junior Convenor’s report on the Junior teams’ season
Election of officers and Board members
Motions to be considered
Any nominations are to be in writing from a nominator and seconder and emailed to the club secretary at email@example.com or handed to the secretary up until the start of the meeting. If no nominations are received before the meeting, nominations can be made from the floor.
RICHMOND ROVERS RUGBY LEAGUE & SPORTS CLUB INC. BOARD ANNOUNCES FOX MEMORIAL PREMIER HEAD COACH AND PREMIER 1ST COACH FOR 2018 SEASON.
Richmond Rovers Rugby League & Sports Club Board is excited to announce Steve Buckingham as Premier Coach and Junior Fiu as Premier 1st coach for the 2018 Auckland Rugby League Fox Memorial Shield competitions.
Both Steve and Junior will be leading our Fox Memorial Premier Grade teams for the 2018 season and bring with them a wealth of playing and coaching experience. Collectively having won multiple Auckland Rugby League Fox Memorial Shield titles they bring a winning attitude and work ethic as players and coaches to the Richmond Rovers rugby league club. Both individuals will be instrumental with developing our youth players as well as providing guidance for upcoming Richmond junior and senior coaches.
Steve has coached numerous teams to Fox Memorial Shield Grand Finals and Junior’s coaching ability and winning record in Secondary school college football for St Pauls is well recognised.
This Saturday 4th November 2017 from 10am at the Richmond Rovers Rugby league clubrooms Steve and Junior welcome all 2017 senior grade players and welcome new players (regardless of playing history or ability) to discuss campaign plans for the 2018 season. This is an open invite to all past, present and potential players who are keen on working together to win the elusive Fox Memorial Shield competition in 2018.
Richmond Rovers is a welcoming club with long standing second, third and fourth generation family members who encourage having fun, team work, self-improvement, and developing grass roots rugby league. With a rich 100+ year history, growing playing membership, generous loyal sponsors and amazing support from current and past members (including Richmond’s Old Boys network) why not be part of the Richmond Rovers rugby league club family.
Bring a friend or family member and find out more this Saturday!
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