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Women’s Coaching Structure Announced for 2021/22

Simon Waddington will continue to as our Women’s Head Coach for 2021/22 as our Women’s coaching structure was announced at the recent Annual General Meeting. A former NSW 2nd XI representative, Waddington will once again be supported by Ross Denny as Assistant Coach. Both Waddington and Denny have been instrumental in the rise of our...
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Board for 2021-22 Confirmed

The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to confirm the Board for the 2021/22 season, following the clubs Annual General Meeting on Sunday 11 July. President Andrew Fraser, elected for his 15th year as club President, was pleased to announce that 1st Grade Women’s Captain Mikaela Turik would be joining the Board for the 2021-22...
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4 Pines continue support for Waratahs in 2021/22

The Manly Warringah Waratahs are excited to confirm that 4 Pines will once again support us as a club sponsor for upcoming 2021/22 season and beyond. 4 Pines have been a loyal supporter of the Manly Warringah Waratahs for 12 years now, with the partnership blossoming further each year. We have both been an integral...
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Vumbaca and Morkel join forces as Men’s Coaching Structure Confirmed

The Raydel Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to confirm that Roy Vumbaca and Morne Morkel will be joining forces as Men’s Club Coach and Assistant Club Coach for the upcoming 2021/22 season. They will be joined by a variety of specialist coaches as our coaching team looks to continue our recent success. They will also...
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Molyneux and Waddington come together as Men’s and Women’s 2021/22 Club Captains confirmed

Sallie Molyneux and Claire Waddington have been named Women’s club captains for 2021/22 as the upcoming season continues to take shape. They take over from Renee Hough and Abby Taylor after a successful 2 year term. Josh Wigney and Sam Gainsford are continuing as Men’s club captains after their success last season in wading through...
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Manly Warringah Waratahs confirm Raydel as new Major Sponsor

The Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to confirm the signing of Healthcare company Raydel as the clubs new Major Sponsor. The deal will cover the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons. A worldwide market leader in Healthcare products, Raydel is beginning to rapidly expand it’s Australian business and has chosen the Waratahs as the perfect grassroots partner....
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2020/21 Manly Warringah Waratahs Annual Report – Online Edition

The Manly Warringah Waratahs are pleased to release our Annual Report for the 2020/21 season. Click here to view our 2020/21 Annual Report Once again it is a fantastic production. We are extremely lucky to have such a great document that we are able to use in showcasing our history for future generations. But with...
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Social Media Branding available for 2021/22

The Manly Warringah Waratahs pride themselves on having a thriving Social Media presence. We believe it is one of the best non-professional sporting social media in the country. With over 17k Social Media followers, plenty of other people agree with us. With the 2021/22 season fast approaching we have some digital assets still available to...
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Waratahs Women picked in NSW Metro Squads

Four Manly Warringah Waratahs have been selected in the Womens NSW Metro Squads for 2021/22. Charley Camburn was picked in the U/19’s squad, whilst Kate Salmon Ellie James and Laura Judson were selected in the U/16’s squad for 2021/22. Camburn has been a crucial member of the Waratahs over the past couple seasons, and has...
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2021 AGM to now be held via Zoom

Due to COVID-19 restrictions currently affecting Sydney, the Manly Warringah Waratahs will now be hosting their Annual General Meeting for 2021, via Zoom. The AGM will be taking place virtually at 4pm on Sunday 11 July, and can be accessed via the below link. Topic: MWDCC  AGM Time: Jul 11, 2021 04:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne,...
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