Water Rats coach John O’Leary and president Justin Wynn can’t wait for a meet and greet on Saturday.
Water Rats coach John O’Leary and president Justin Wynn can’t wait for a meet and greet on Saturday.

‘Meat’ and greet

WARWICK Rugby Union Club president Justin Wynn and coach John O’Leary are already signalling their intention to field competitive senior teams in next year’s Darling Downs Rugby Union competition.

Almost six months out from the start of fixtures next year, they are holding a meet and greet on Saturday evening at the club house for current and prospective players to come and see what the club is all about.

At the recent annual general meeting, an almost unrecognisable committee was elected, and they last night held their first meeting.

The meet and greet will be held at the Warwick Rugby Union Club house from 4.30pm. A whole sheep – donated by the Freestone Feedlot – will be cooked South African-style and an outline of plans for the 2010 season will be presented.

If you are interested in attending or require more information, phone O’Leary on 0407 714 744.


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