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Back to Mosman Day and the Re-Union of the 1975 1st Grade Premiers

On Friday night 17 July, the Beast has summoned all members of the victorious 1975 1st grade premiers to the Clubhouse at Rawson Park for a team “psyche up” for the 40th anniversary of the great victory over Macquarie Uni. Next day is the Back to Mosman Day, when the champions will also be guests of honour of the Club, before a gathering of old boys from the eras. This … Continue reading


Round 12 2015 Photos vs Brothers

Mosman Rugby photos are also posted on Facebook for you to comment and tag. Make sure you ‘Like’ the Mosman Whales on Facebook to follow all the action and stay updated with our social events. You can also access an video archive of Mosman Rugby games on the Whales YouTube Channel.


Mosman vs Old Iggies – Round 11 2015

After having a week off due to rain the Whales were eager to get back on the footy field against familiar foe Old Iggies. 5th grade faced the competition leading Iggies team, who are undefeated and would boast hundreds of caps in a very experienced side. Although Mosman went down 5-24, the game was much closer than the score line suggests. A few unlucky plays leading to easy tries to … Continue reading


Round 11 2015 Photos vs Old Iggies

Whales photos are also posted on Facebook for you to comment and tag. Make sure you ‘Like’ the Mosman Whales on Facebook to follow all the action and stay updated with our social events. You can also access an video archive of 1st grade game online at www.webcasts.com.au/mosman270615/


Supporting ‘Running from the Blues’ – Mosman Rugby vs Old Iggies

This weekend Mosman Rugby will be raising money for former Whale, Olly Woolrych and his cause ‘Running from the Blues’ which is supporting beyondblue iniative. On the day Mosman will be playing at Rawson Oval vs Old Iggies – where Olly attended to school. For more information about ‘Running from the Blues’ or to donate online visit www.runningfromtheblues.com


Mosman vs Balmain – Round 9 2015

The final games of the first half of the season was against the club championship leading Balmain. Balmain were unable to field a 5th grade side fortunately though for Mosman, we were able to arrange a game against Eastern Suburbs 5th grade. Yes, the Shute Shield club. As expected the game was one sided but the whales managed to get on the board. Final score 10-60. Officially, we’ll take the … Continue reading


Mosman vs St Pats – Round 8 2015

Round 8 saw the whales travel to Hudson Park to play St Pats Old Boys . The whales took the first win of the day winning 5th grade 17-0. With so few clubs able to field a 5th grade, it was great for both St Pats and Mosman to finally have a match. 4th grade had quite a challenge on their hands facing a much bigger and more experienced Pats … Continue reading


Mosman vs Drummoyne – Round 6 2015

Round 6 saw the whales travel to Drummoyne for what was going to be an exciting day rugby with the Subbies rep team playing at the conclusion of 1st grade. 5th grade got the first win of the day with a forfeit, which was a shame for our players who were very keen to have a run. With early kick off times due to the Subbies rep game, all grades … Continue reading


Mosman vs Knox – Round 5 2015

The Whales welcomed Knox Old Boys and Manly’s International College of Management Sydney to Rawson oval for the round 5 clash. The day kicked off with the 5th grade breakfast club playing a friendly against ICMS. One could’ve mistaken ICMS for Knox, as the jerseys were very similar. The whales winning 3 tries to 1. 4th grade bounced back strongly from their previous week’s loss with a convincing 38-7 win. … Continue reading


Mosman vs Colleages – Round 4 2015

After a couple weeks off due to wet weather and holidays, the Whales were welcomed to Colleagues annual Ladies Day with glorious sunshine. With seven teams running out for Mosman, and a total of eight games taking place at Woollahra, it felt like a carnival of rugby. 5th grade got the first win for the whales, scoring a try in the final play of the game to steal the win … Continue reading