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Josh Wigney

Manly Oval Change Rooms named after Michael “Juice” Shepheard

The memory of Michael “Juice” Shepheard will forever live on at Manly Oval, with the home change rooms being permanently changed to the “Michael ‘Juice’ Shepheard Change Rooms” for the summer months. “Juice” spent many a summer inside the change rooms at Manly Oval,  and it is a fitting tribute to the memory of the...
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Mens Draw released for 2022/23 Season

The Sydney Cricket Association has released the draw for the 2022/23 Mens Premier Cricket Season. 2022/23 will see the draw return to a split of limited overs and 2 day cricket for all grades, following two Covid-disrupted seasons, especially for lower grades. The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs start the season on the 24th September with...
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Fiona Shepheard to honour brother Michael during Steptember

The sister of Manly Warringah Waratahs life member, Michael “Juice” Shepheard, Fiona, will be participating in Steptember this month, to honour her late brother. STEPtember Australia is a fantastic cause raising money and awareness for Cerebral Palsy which was part of Michael’s everyday life. We’d love all club members to get behind Fiona and donate...
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Happy Days – Postcards from Cambodia

Manly Warringah Waratahs Charity Partner Happy Days, has provided an update on how their students are tracking, and have requested your assistance to help achieving their vision. Happy Days vision is to provide educational opportunities to children living in extremely impoverished circumstances as a way of obtaining a “passport out of poverty” or the chance...
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Vumbaca appointed Men’s Head Coach for 2022/23

The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to announce that Roy Vumbaca will continue in his role as Mens Head Coach for the 2022/23 season. After a successful first season at the helm, which saw a 4th Grade premiership, Roy will be keen to continue the great results, and lead the club to more silverware....
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Kerr steps up as Head Coach in new Women’s Coaching Structure

The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to confirm that Duncan Kerr will take up the role of Head of Women’s Cricket, in a new Women’s Coaching structure for 2022/22. Kerr takes over from previous head coach, Simon Waddington, who will focus on playing in Premier Cricket can captaining the men’s 5th Grade side. An...
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New Club Captains named for 2022/23 season

The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to confirm the appointments of Sallie Molyneux, Zara Shipp, Isaiah Vumbaca and Zach Trewartha as our Women’s and Men’s Club Captains for 2022/23. Vumbaca and Trewartha take over from Sam Gainsford and Josh Wigney after a successful two seasons in the job. Both local juniors and long term players...
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Womens captains confirmed for 2022/23 season

The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to announce the Women’s Premier Cricket Captains for the upcoming 2022/23 season. Following a strong start to 1st Grade Captaincy last season, where she was awarded NSW Premier Cricket Women’s 1st Grade Captain of the Year, Mikalea Turik will once again take the reigns of 1st Grade in...
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Mens captains confirmed for 2022/23 season

The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to announce the Mens Premier Cricket Captains for 2022/23. Jay Lenton once will again take the helm for First Grade, after building a strong side and culture in 1’s over the past couple of seasons. Despite a disjointed season with Covid, Big Bash and injuries affecting the side,...
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Donate to win with Burdekin

The Manly Warringah Waratahs charity partner The Burdekin Association are running their end of financial year giving campaign. The EOFY campaign aims to raise enough funds to continue the employment of two Education Specialists for The Burdekin learning space for another year. Disadvantaged students are on average 2-3 years behind in reading and maths by...
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