Saul Whiley about to score for the Warwick Water Rats on Saturday at Risdon Oval.
Saul Whiley about to score for the Warwick Water Rats on Saturday at Risdon Oval. Samantha Bennett

Water Rats prepare for ladies’ day in rugby union

RUGBY UNION: The Warwick Water Rats are treating ladies’ day as one of the major events of the Darling Downs Rugby Union season.

On Risdon Oval, the Warwick B-grade side will play traditional rival Goondiwindi at 3pm but that won’t be the only game during the May 28 event.

Junior training will be at 9-11am with a Rats Old Boys game at 11.30am.

At 1pm, Scots PGC will play a game against Downlands after winning the last two rugby clashes between the two schools.

Ladies day will start at 12.30pm when the first of the champagne will be served in a marquee to be erected especially for the day.

The Killarney QCWA and some friends of the club will do the catering.

Admission to the marquee is $10 for champagne and food.

The club is happy to welcome more juniors in under 5-12 age groups at 8am each Saturday at Risdon Oval or for training at 4pm each Thursday at The Scots PGC College.

Warwick has a bye in B grade this Saturday but junior training will be held as usual.

Tickets for ladies’ day are available from Bev Hall on 0408451533 or at junior training on Saturday.



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