As the above fly-out states, the Beecroft Rugby Club Under 85kg side defeated St Ives in a comprehensive display of running rugby.

This makes it 4 wins from 4 games for the Beecroft Under 85kg Team.


Beecroft 59 defeated St Ives 0.

We are eagerly looking forward to tonight’s match at the College Riffles ground in Auckland, New Zealand. Beecroft Rugby Club will be pitted against the NZ development XV and we wish all those participating all the very best.

Congratulations to the following players who have been selected for tonight’s game;

1. Tim MacRae

2. Brett Towers (c)

3. Joel Carter

4. Josh Davis

5. Steve McBrien

6. Angus Lumsden

7. Aaron Meharg

8. Mark Gillespie

9. Ben Robinson

10. Will Arnott

11. Matt Dooley

12. Andrew Carroll

13. Mark Carroll

14. Dylan Free

15. Dean Berkhout

16. Anthony Perrett

17. Levi Broughton-Rouse

18. Ben Gordon

19. Tom Berkhout

20. Jack Wright

21. Ian Murray

22. Howard Baynie

Please stay tuned for the match report to come later.

Beecroft secured a first grade Suburban Rugby Kentwell Club win 28-10 over Mosman on Saturday despite the absence of two key players.

The game could have been postponed because Ben Gordon and Mike Daff played for NSW Subbies in their win over Queensland but the Crofties opted to go ahead with the match.

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Beecroft Rugby Club’s first grade side has come away with a 13-all draw against the Campbelltown Harlequins on Saturday.

Through sheer last-ditch defence and hunger at the break down Beecroft side held on for the draw.

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Beecroft have continued their dominance of the Subbies competition with a bonus point win over Colleagues last weekend.

Crofties ran out winners 27-5 without reliable five-eighth Ben Gordon and in miserable conditions.

Beecroft scored first through try machine Mark Gillespie whose individual brilliance and sheer pace saw him score within the first few minutes of the match……

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STRONG wind, heavy rain and sloppy underfoot conditions dictated Beecroft Rugby Club’s game plan play tight and use the wind. 

It worked well enough for the Crofties First Grade to demolish Woollahra Colleagues 27-5 on Saturday, racking up their sixth win in seven matches and maintaining dominance of the Suburban Rugby First Division. 

The win also gave Crofties another bonus point. 

With a reshuffled backline due to five-eight Ben Gordon’s absence threough injury, top try scorer Mark Gillespie opened the Crofties’ account in the opening minutes…

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1st grade  – Beecroft Rugby Club 27 Vs Colleagues 5
2nd grade – Beecroft Rugby Club  15 Vs Colleagues 0
3rd grade – Beecroft Rugby Club  7 Vs Colleagues 22
4th grade – Beecroft Rugby Club  0 Vs Colleagues 20
5th grade – Beecroft Rugby Club 7 Vs Colleagues 0
Colt’s – Beecroft Rugby Club 7  Vs Colleagues 19
Colts 2 – Beecroft Rugby Club 0  vs Colleagues 27 

After a hiccup in the last round Beecroft Rugby Club are back in the winners circle downing Forest 38-5.

Crofties scored six tries in their most convincing win of the season so far.

Solid defence and smart options in attack resulted in first half tries to five-eighth Ben Gordon, half back Ben Robinson and Number 8 Simon Guest – with a barnstorming bust up the side line.

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AFTER struggling to find form in the first five rounds, Beecroft Rugby Club cut loose on Saturday with a solid win 38-5 over Forest, much to the relief of coaching staff and delight of their growing number of supporters.

Among those mingling in Beecroft Rugby Club’s hospitality tent were Hornsby Mayor Nick Berman and Berowra Federal Liberal MP Philip Ruddock…..

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Beecroft Rugby coach Steve Broughton-Rouse has welcomed his side’s one-point loss against St Patrick’s Old Boys as a “wake-up call”.

In their first loss of the year Crofties were beaten 24-23 but Broughton-Rouse said he couldn’t be happier with the result.

“It’s only round 5 and we needed a wake up call,” he said.

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