- DA Article: Seth Stoltenberg has made the switch from Wagga City to Ag College, coming on board as an assistant coach.
Stoltenberg, who is also the Brumbies development officer, will step in as backline coach.
The 21-year-old said the opportunity to be part of the first grade coaching structure was a big attraction.
“It wasn’t something I could really say no to,” Stoltenberg said. “I’m excited for the opportunity.”
Former Fijian international Marika Vunibaka will take over as Leeton’s coach for 2017.
Marika Vunibaka has replaced Seru Rogo as the head of the Phantoms. After coaching Griffith to a Southern Inland premiership three seasons ago, Rogo guided Leeton to preliminary finals in the last two years. Leeton president Bart Challacombe said Rogo has business commitments in his native Fiji and wasn’t able to commit to the role once again. However, Rogo is expected to still have some input in the team.
This is early bird notice that the SIRU AGM and Council Meeting (to follow the AGM) will be held on Sunday, December 4 at Romano’s Hotel, Wagga commencing at 2.00pm
More details concerning the AGM & Council Meeting will be forwarded to Clubs & Affiliates in the near future.
The Current SIRU Board comprises of a President, 2 Vice Presidents and not more than 6 Directors but a Special Resolution will be put forward at the AGM this year by the SIRU Board to reduce the number of Directors to ‘not more than 4 Directors’.
Southern Inland Rugby Union (SIRU)
Four Viva 7s Centres will open up across the Southern Inland Region this off season for people of ALL AGES & GENDERS!
Make sure you get in now and register as a team or as a group and keep your fitness going over the off season!
For more Information & to secure your spot please contact Brumbies Development Officer - Seth Stoltenberg via email: email@example.com
Please see link below for Viva 7s Laws & Hype Reel: