Fifteens

WEEKEND SCOREBOARD

WEEKEND SCOREBOARD

(PHOTO CREDIT - Net World Sports) COMOX WOMEN 26 d. CW 22 CW WOMEN 49 d. JBAA 22 JBAA MEN’S RESERVES 62 d. CW 12 JBAA MEN’s PREMIER 78 d. CW 7   The only observation of note for this fan was that the Prems looked like a M*A*S*H Unit!  There were far too many moving parts to hope for...


Three On The Docket At MacDonald

Three On The Docket At MacDonald

Late-breaking….. CW Women will field a team on the road to Comox tomorrow.  The Men’s Islanders, slated for the same venue has resulted in an embarrassing CW forfeiture.  For the first two home games, CW has managed three teams on the same day however, it appears that this weekend the...


Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

Boys Age Grade Visit Bayside Last Sunday CW took their U14, U16 & U18 Boys teams to visit Bayside RFC.  CW opened the day with a good win in U14 action.    The U16’s lost a close one, 22 – 26 in an exciting match.  The U18 match saw a very tight first half.  CW managed to edge ahead in...


Monday's Musings

Monday's Musings

CLOSER … BUT, Still A Bagel! CW Men played three games on Saturday, resulting in two losses and a tie.  The Third Div., Islanders were at UVic to take on Shane Muldrew’s, very fit Saxons squad.  Although it was a competitive first half, the final score was a lot to a few.  Despite this...


Will They Break The Bagel?

Will They Break The Bagel?

Tomorrow CW Men will field sixty-seven players in three games.  Action starts with the Islanders at UVic Vs Saxons at 11:00 a.m.  Divvies open action Vs Westshore in the curtain-raiser at 1:00 at the House of Windsor, with the main game kicking off at 2:30.  Wow, 67 strong, including two sets...


Junior Boys Season Starts With A BANG!!

Junior Boys Season Starts With A BANG!!

Boys Age Grade Director, Byron Mc Allister reports in with some weekend results.  CW’s U14 & U16 lads were in action at the James Bay Jamboree Sevens and went undefeated in play.  A great day for rugby and lots of fun for the lads.   There was action aplenty across town at Westshore RFC when...


Monday's Musings

Monday's Musings

Kickers In The House Last Saturday, Comox Women brought almost a full team and CW had some 25 ladies dressed for four quarters of teams twelve-aside.  The Hosts managed go ahead margins in all four sessions.  The Visitors put in a solid effort although appearing somewhat weary in the...


A Tough Day At The Office

A Tough Day At The Office

M-o-M, Steve Pyke, breaks out. There was plenty of scoring, but Saturday was a tough day for the hosts.  The curtain-raiser to the curtain-raiser saw the Comox Kickers take the laurels.  It was great to see Comox with a full roster, a sign of health of the code in the Upper Island.  They...


OPENING DAY

OPENING DAY

CW Men's Rugby is managing to dress 53 players for three games today at Windsor Park. The Premier Men will feature some returnees and a few new faces.  The pack, although reshuffled a little, has a good crew of experienced players with big lock, Nat Dring added to the mix. This was a...


Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

OPENING DAY TRIPLE HEADER   CW Men’s rugby will open their season with three games @ the House of Windsor this Saturday.  Resources will be pushed to the max early in the season and could well forebode what matters might look like for the rest of the show.   Matches start at 11:30 a.m. when...


NATIONAL TO  LOCAL

NATIONAL TO LOCAL

Weekend news starts today with a hearty congratulations to ALL players selected to the NSWT’s XV’s – off to challenge for the RWC.  A local paper gave a great write-up to the young Captain, Sophie De Goede, during the week. Sophie started her rugby journey at Windsor Park around the age of six...


Monday's Musings

Monday's Musings

Posted in CW Rugby / Rugby Club / News / B.C. Rugby / Fifteens / Boys U18 / Boys Rugby

A Memory For All Time Photo with thanks to ESPN Twitter. Australian Wallaby flanker, Jed Holloway took time long after the final whistle in Mendoza to celebrate and ponder the memory of his debut and Wallaby win last weekend.  What a joy to see such pure ecstacy and reflection on hard work...


Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

  BC AGE GRADE TEAMS CLEAN UP AT WESTERN CANADA CHAMPIONSHIPS Pictured are the Girls and Boys winning U18 teams at the BC Day long weekend Championships held in Kelowna. BC Day long weekend turned out to be fitting for the Age Grade teams that played in the Western Canada...


WORLD CUP PRELIMINARY

WORLD CUP PRELIMINARY

Captain Canada, Sophie De Goede – all concentration.   Today we wish to offer our support for the Canadian NSWT XV for their match against Italy on Sunday.  CW fans should enjoy watching ladies who have worn club colours in recent years, highlighted by the leadership of Sophie.  Sophie has...


Rugby?  It's all about golf!

Rugby? It's all about golf!

Rather hard to drag oneself away from The Open at R & A but with one week to go to a rather 'big' Women's International upcoming, here goes!   Since last posting we have seen two Men's Internationals played "at home". Firstly, there was Belgium when some tries went a-begging in the first...


Monday's Musings

Monday's Musings

SATURDAY, A RUGBY DAY ALL AROUND THE WORLD (Photo - Rugby Canada)   SUPER RUGBY finished another campaign in the Antipodes with a clinical Crusaders side defeating a hopeful Auckland Blues team, 21 – 7.  It was elsewhere in NZ where Canadian eyes were focussed, with our NSWT VX’s taking on...


Monday's Musings

Monday's Musings

DIFFERENT SILKS, SAME THOROUGHBREDS! In 100 deg. heat on Saturday, UBCOB Ravens defeated top Uruguayan club side, Penarol in the first match of the Challenge Cup of the Americas held at the Home of US Rugby, Glendale, Colorado.  In the other match the Argentinian Jaguares defeated the...


Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

Wednesday's Ruck & Maul

Photo credit - Rugby Canada. BORN TO LEAD CW is ever so proud to recognise today, its role in the rugby ‘upbringing’ of Captain Canada, Sophie De Goede.  In the same vein, we appreciate Soph’s recognition of her “club” in all her promos and press.  Sophie was awarded W-o-M in last...


Monday's Musings

Monday's Musings

Grady opens CW account. UNBLEMISHED ENDING UBC Men completed an undefeated season on Saturday when they bested CW, 49 – 34.  CW’s four tries were a good effort, however UBC maintained their season’s scoring average of 48 points per game with their seven try performance.  CW had a...


And Your Starting Lineups Are....

And Your Starting Lineups Are....

 NB. - Times for KO's - 2:30 Men, 4:15 Women...


Name That Player

Name That Player

Posted in Prems / Rugby Club / Fifteens / Senior Men

Apologies, ladies, our photography records are not archived for your programs.  Will be forthcoming!       (With apologies to Gareth Sandner, on the pines tomorrow, pic unavailable!)  Go you good things.  The Ruggernut...


BCRU PREMIERSHIP FINALS

BCRU PREMIERSHIP FINALS

CW’s Senior Women’s team will play in their second BC Provincial final in their short six-year history, on Saturday. In their inaugural season CW Premier women were successful in winning the championship in an exciting game vs cross-town rival, Westshore. Flash forward to 2022 and much has...


Cometh the Hour

Cometh the Hour

……………….Cometh the Man During the past decade, since the club’s last BC Championship in 2011, CW has had a great trot with #10’s.  There has been ‘Maestro’ Monro, ‘Ice Man’ Povey, Graf, Buckley, Hall F. and Hall J., and Crossland. In 2014, Graf slotted a field goal to salvage retention rather...


And Then There Were Two!

And Then There Were Two!

Saturday last saw the Premier Men leave a damp, miserable Victoria for a grey, chilly, and eventual brilliant, sunny, in more ways than won, Jericho Park.  The affair did not commence favourably for the Visitors with Ravens having twelve points on the board within ten minutes from tries by...


MAY THE 16TH BE WITH YOU!

MAY THE 16TH BE WITH YOU!

  CW’s Premier Men cross the Pond to take on UBCOB Ravens tomorrow at Jericho Beach Park.  These two teams met three weeks back, with the Ravens coming away with a 38 – 31 victory.  The Tricolours gave that one up with error and know that this match should have been at The House of Windsor. ...