WELCOME TO KENMORE CENTENARY RUGBY
Our Club seeks recognition as the most community-minded rugby club in the Western and Centenary suburbs, where players enjoy the game, balanced against player development at the older age groups that encourages players to develop their skills at an appropriate level and achieve on-field success.
The Kenmore Centenary Bears is a successful and sustainable club with a history in excess of 40 years. The club currently runs 33 teams, accommodating over 490 players across age groups from Under 6 up to Under 17.
We are proud of being a genuinely community-focused club, with strong links to other sports clubs (cricket, AFL, soccer) and School rugby. We have social evenings every Friday night during the season for parents and supporters, as well as annual events, such as our ‘Lunch with the Greats’!
A highly committed, professional and accessible Management Committee and an enthusiastic and well-qualified team of accredited coaches and managers administer our club.
There is always lots happening at Kenmore Centenary Rugby Club - please check out our News Page for all the latest.
Call for Nominations for the Management Committee – 2013
In accordance with the Club’s Rules, nominations are called for the following statutory and proposed positions:
Vice President (Saturday)
Vice President (Sunday)
Director of Coaching
Fundraising and sponsorships manager
General Committee member
Nominations close at 5pm on Monday 10th June and should be sent to The Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominees must be current financial members and supported by two member nominations. Please indicate which position you wish to stand for.
The Club’s AGM will be held at the clubhouse on Wednesday 12th June at 7pm.
Notice of AGM
Formal notice of the 2013 Annual General Meeting
Date: Wednesday 12th June
Time: 7.00pm sharp
Venue: Clubhouse, 50 Hepworth St, Chapel Hill
Proxies & Apologies to the Secretary at email@example.com
The decision will be made by 4pm if training is to be cancelled. Please check website for updates
If it is inclement weather, teams are welcome to make their own decision regarding training but bear in mind that this impacts on team preparedness for games. With the new roof and portable heaters there is protection for spectators at the clubhouse. Unless training is cancelled the BBQ always goes ahead and if you are rostered to do BBQ it is your responsibility to show up. If your team decides not to train on a training night, please let the registrar know.
For more information, please refer to our library for the policy.
NZ Under 12 Tour - Latest Information
For the latest information on the Fundraising plans for this years U12 Tour to NZ in September - CLICK HERE - all support most welcome.
All the best,