Cowra Rugby Union Club makes big plans for 2020 season

The Cowra Rugby Club committee is looking forward to a big 2020. Photo courtesy of the Cowra Rugby Club.

The Cowra Rugby Club committee is looking forward to a big 2020. Photo courtesy of the Cowra Rugby Club.

The Cowra Rugby Club has confirmed the same executive for a third straight year at its recent AGM meeting, sticking to the blue print that has led to two consecutive senior men's preliminary final appearances as they aim to go a step further in 2020.

The club has also locked in a Shute Shield game for next year, with Eastwood and Sydney University scheduled to compete at the Cowra Rugby Grounds on ANZAC Day.

With no Central West Rugby Union fixtures scheduled that day, it is set to be a huge drawcard, potentially bringing big visitor numbers to Cowra over that weekend.

The club will also be looking to continue the ongoing success of their joint junior teams with the Canowindra Junior Rugby Club, while the Cowra women's side is planning to compete as a stand-alone team after combining with the Pythons in 2019.

Additionally, with the CWJRU flagging a potential move to even-based junior groupings (i.e. under 12s, under 14s, under 16s), the club is also considering the prospect of fielding an under 18s/colts side aligned with the senior men's footy programme in the forthcoming season.

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