Don’t forget this Saturday July 8 will be a special day at Williams Reserve, as the Lennox Head Trojans host Ballina rugby club. The day coincides with several special initiatives that Lennox Rugby has been involved with for many years.
Ladies Day – the club has organised a special day for our ladies which includes a fully catered luncheon and drinks upstairs at the clubhouse, where the girls can get a great view of the rugby for both grades. RSVP to Nat Elmer on
Charity Jersey Auction – every second year the Lennox Rugby plays in a specially designed jersey, which is auctioned to raise money for a particular charity. In 2017, the charity RUOK? has been chosen. RUOK?’s mission is to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life, to connect with them long before they even think about suicide.
The Lennox Head Rugby Club feels this is a wonderful initiative and a great cause to support. The playing jerseys from First Grade will be auctioned at the end of the game, with all proceeds donated to RUOK?. So come along and enjoy some great rugby and support a great cause.
Thanks to a couple of unsung heroes
Lennox Head Rugby Club prides itself on the level of First Aid and equipment we provide for possible injuries. You may notice that we always have our spinal board, cervical collar, first aid gear at home games and professionals who have the wherewithal to treat most injuries.
Last Saturday, in reserve grade, a Lismore player suffered a badly fractured lower leg. We had the resources on hand and the expertise of Simon Prior (Lennox Head Physiotherapy) and Wayne (Boothy) Booth to attend the injured player in a most proficient and professional manner.
Simon and Boothy, your work generally goes unrecognized but last week you both excelled. JOB WELL DONE.