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Harris’ heroics get Emus home in derby


21/8/2016

ALTHOUGH Orange Emus had to produce an unbelievable defensive effort to secure a 17-12 win over the Orange City Lions in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup local derby at Pride Park, ultimately two moments of individual magic proved match-winning. Both came from Emus winger Lachie Harris. With Emus leading 7-0 in the shadows of half-time Orange City’s Jake Davis swooped on a loose
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Emus to bounce back in derby after last-start loss to Forbes


18/8/2016

Just don’t tell that to Emus assistant coach Andrew Logan. For him there’s still plenty on the line, especially considering Emus are coming off a 25-12 loss to the second-placed Forbes Platypi. “There’s plenty for us to play for, particularly considering we lost to one of the top teams last weekend and Orange City is
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Forbes wins war of attrition to stun Orange Emus


13/8/2016

That’s one of very few words capable of accurately describing the feeling at Endeavour Oval – among players, spectators and coaches alike – following Orange Emus’ 28-12 loss to Forbes in Saturday’s top-of-the-table Blowes Clothing Cup blockbuster. Outside the Platypi camp of course, they were over the moon. Although they were on the better end of a lopsided penalty
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Orange Emus will wind back the clock with retro jumpers


11/8/2016

ORANGE Emus will be winding back the clock on Saturday at Endeavour Oval. The club’s Blowes Clothing Cup first grade squad will be wearing retro jerseys for the huge, top-of-the-table clash with Forbes Platypi, donning bottle green jumpers most recently worn in the late 1990s. The jerseys are set to be auctioned off post game, Emus
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Emus all but wrap up minor premiership with 99-point win over trying Rhinos


07/8/2016

ORANGE Emus all but wrapped up the 2016 Blowes Clothing Cup minor premiership at Endeavour Oval on Saturday afternoon by running rings around the lowly Dubbo Rhinos, ultimately romping home 99-0. Bouyed by hat-tricks from No.8 Scott McLean, five-eighth AJ Sykes and winger Tom Green, Emus ran in 15 tries to none as they fell
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Emus won’t underestimate cellar-dwelling Rhinos: Staniforth


05/8/2016

CONSIDERING the two clubs’ standings on the Blowes Clothing Cup ladder, you’d be forgiven for thinking the most prudent question ahead of Saturday is not how Orange Emus will beat Dubbo Rhinos, but rather by how much. Flying high atop the table, Emus are 58 competition points in front of Rhinos and considering the greens
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Orange Emus run rampant in huge win over CSU Bathurst on old boys day


01/8/2016

Playing at University Oval, both teams enjoyed a good amount of possession. But when Emus had the ball, it was clear to see why they have been defeated just once this season. They cleaned out well at the breakdown, out-muscled CSU in scrums, ran much better lines in attack and strung together more phases. Emus finished with 10
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Emus look to defy Mitchell Men on uni Old Boys’ Day


29/7/2016

ORANGE Emus broke their long-standing University Oval hoodoo in 2014, but head coach Paul Ringland said the memory of the greens’ five-year horror run at the Bathurst ground is more than enough to have him wary of CSU Bathurst. Emus have won their last four home and away Blowes Clothing Cup match-ups with CSU but prior to that
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We just can’t compete’: Whitaker calls on CWRU to consider two tiers


27/7/2016

PARKES Boars assistant coach Trevor Whitaker has called on Central West Rugby Union officials to seriously consider a proposed two tier Blowes Clothing Cup competition to ensure the survival of small-town rugby clubs. The Boars were annihilated 89-0 in their Blowes Clothing Cup first grade fixture against defending champions Orange Emus on Saturday, capping a
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‘It’s inexcusable’: Logan pulls no punches after game called off early


24/7/2016

ORANGE Emus assistant coach Andrew Logan slammed the “disgraceful performance” of a number of Parkes Boars after Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup fixture at Endeavour Oval was called off about 70 minutes in, with the greens leading 89-0 and their opposition down to 11 men. There was no yellow or red cards though and with no
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24/7/2016

ORANGE Emus welcome back 2015 premiership-winners Steve Fergus, Nick Hughes-Clapp and Andrew Cosgrove in Saturday’s round 15 Blowes Clothing Cup match-up with Parkes, the trio has had several weeks off through unavailability. On top of that, last year’s title-winning winger Carter Hirini will line-up at fullback, with regular custodian AJ Sykes moving to five-eighth in place of Todd Freedman,
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Oh captain, my captain: McLean and White take Emus’ reins for ‘Roos road trip


23/6/2016

UNDEFEATED, 11 points clear on top of the table and burdened with a wealth of unavailability, Orange Emus coach Paul Ringland said now’s the time to try a few different things. The greens will be without skipper Nigel Staniforth, vice-captain Nick Hughes-Clapp, five-eighth Todd Freedman and back-rower Mitch Lockley for Saturday’s round 11 Blowes Clothing Cup road
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Emerald style: Orange Emus’ British and Irish connection bring new streak to Greens


04/6/2016

MEET Orange Emus’ British and Irish connection, Englishman Todd Freedman and Emerald Isle natives Eoin Scullion, Steve Murphy and Marty Bryan. Freedman linked with Emus after an injury plagued men’s Premier League Hockey season in 2015 and slotted into the club’s Blowes Clothing Cup team with relative ease, playing five-eighth in his side’s unbeaten start
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City down, now on to Forbes: Orange Emus preparing for toughest test of season


28/5/2016

ORANGE Emus coach Paul Ringland predicted this Saturday’s trip to Grinsted Oval to take on the resurgent Forbes Platypi will be the biggest test of their 2016 Blowes Clothing Cup season so far for his side, which is undefeated atop the standings. Forbes, third, are smarting after their first loss of the season to the
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It’s cool, calm and collected for Emus: table toppers ready for grand final replay


20/5/2016

STAYING grounded and controlling emotion, they’re two things Orange Emus assistant coach Andrew Logan knows are desperately important for his side to prevail against Orange City in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup local derby. Even more so considering it’s the first time the two teams have met since the greens trumped the Lions in last year’s
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‘Everyone goes to another level’: local derby to bring out best in both teams


20/5/2016

BOTH skippers know it, there is bugger all between Orange City and Orange Emus leading into this weekend’s round seven all-Orange derby at Endeavour Oval, the first time the two teams have met since the greens triumphed 31-15 in last year’s grand final. And for both sides, this isn’t just another game of rugby. For
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Shield of dreams: Goolagong confident Blue Bulls can earn country promotion


19/5/2016

“WE absolutely have the side to win the Richardson Shield.” Tom Goolagong, Central West’s lone specialist hooker, confirmed the Blue Bulls’ ambition to take out the second-tier Richardson Shield at this weekend’s NSW Country Championship and earn promotion into next year’s Caldwell Cup in the process. “We’ve spoken about it, that’s our obvious goal for
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‘We haven’t hit our straps’: returning Staniforth determined to help Orange Emus click


14/5/2016

UNDEFEATED Blowes Clothing Cup leaders Orange Emus will receive a titanic boost this weekend, with skipper Nigel Staniforth returning from injury for their round six road trip to Dubbo’s Caltex Oval to take on the Rhinos. Staniforth returns to the No.13 jersey on Saturday after missing Emus’ wins over Parkes and CSU Bathurst thanks to
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Orange Emus Juniors host Central West clubs for gala day


14/5/2016

SUNDAY saw the running of Orange Emus Rugby Gala day in Orange, with Bathurst Junior Rugby Club in attendance. On the back of strong registration numbers the clubs were able to nominate a total of eight teams across under 7’s under 9’s and under 11’s. Although a little damp it was a great day of rugby
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Second half blitz gives Orange Emus a fifth straight win


01/5/2016

                RUGBY UNION AFTER trailing at half-time to the motivated, enthusiastic students, Orange Emus piled on 24 unanswered points in the second period to eventually down CSU Bathurst 39-17 at Endeavour Oval on Saturday afternoon. The students – constantly showing promising signs but still unable to close out
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In like Ellice-Flint: Former Shute Shield flanker’s double leads Orange Emus to win.


18/4/2016

RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus scored a third consecutive Blowes Clothing Cup victory on Saturday, with a dominant second-half performance securing a 31-12 win over Mudgee at Jubilee Oval, known as The Burrow to the Wombats’ faithful. The Wombats matched it with Emus in the opening 40 minutes, leading at one stage, before the reigning premiers
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Emus’ pommy playmaker Freedman aiming for improvement against Wombats


15/4/2016

RUGBY UNION IT’S no secret NSW Country Colts five-eighth Adam Perri, instrumental in Orange Emus’ 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup win, is nigh on irreplaceable. But that’s exactly why the man charged with filling the greens’ No.10 jersey in 2016 – former Welsh hockey international Todd Freedman – isn’t trying to replace the diminutive pivot. After
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Long Lunch


14/4/2016

“We are pleased to announce that the Annual Long Lunch will be held on 17 June 2016 at the clubhouse. Our guest this year is Brett Papworth, former Wallaby and Eastern Suburbs Rugby League star, and now prominent player agent, sports broadcaster and Eastwood Rugby stalwart. Single tickets are not available for purchase and as
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Emus to out maul the bulldogs


31/3/2016

MOVING IN: Emus gun Carter Hirini has moved a little close to the action head of the first round of the 2016 season, shifting from the wing to halfback. Photo: STEVE GOSCH That’s the key for Orange Emus in their Blowes Clothing Cup season opener against the Bulldogs in Bathurst, a side renowned for its
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2016 Senior Draw


21/2/2016

Late I know but here is the draw for this years senior Blowes Cup Competition. If you are seeking this in the future you can find it in the Draw section of the homepage. Blowes Clothing Cup Draw 2015 Version 2B

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Orange Roadrunners


07/2/2016

The roadrunners are doing their thing again next week. Check the attached flyer for all the details, it is a great day for a great cause. Get around it.   Runners Poster 2016

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Orange Emus skipper Nigel Staniforth claims club’s Phil Morrissey award


28/9/2015

DESERVED WINNER: Orange Emus skipper Nigel Staniforth claimed the club’s most outstanding player award after leading the greens to a top grade premiership. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0919rugbygrand22 RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus capped off a successful 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup season, which netted two titles and another grand final appearance, on Friday night, hosting their presentation
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The best XV of the 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup


21/9/2015

1 Nas Havealeta – Orange Emus PROP 2 Tom Goolagong – Orange Emus HOOKER 3 Logan Brockmann – Orange City PROP 4 Nick Hughes-Clapp – Orange Emus LOCK 5 Shaun McHugh – Dubbo Roos LOCK 6 Andrew Cosgrove – Orange Emus FLANKER 7 Duncan Young – Orange City FLANKER 8 Tatafu Na’aniumotu – Orange City
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Patterson’s sensational six leads Emus Chicks to premiership


19/9/2015

WOMEN’S GRAND FINAL: Orange Emus Chicks proved far too strong for Dubbo Rhinos, winning the first grand final of the day 42-0. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup grand finals at Endeavour Oval, OrangeAll of our photos from Saturday’s grand finals at Endeavour Oval, Orange A SIX-TRY effort from player of the match Olivia
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Lions ecstasy and Emus agony in second grade grand final


19/9/2015

  ORANGE City has held on to claim the 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup second grade title, knocking off Emus 18-16 in a heart-stopping decider. Right on full-time after a brilliant Luke Ginns run drew a penalty, Greens five-eighth Seb Backhouse had the chance win the grand final for Emus. It’s the stuff dreams are made
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Emus surge past Lions to claim 2015 first grade premiership


19/9/2015

  2015 Blowes Clothing Cup first grade grand finalAll of our photos from Saturday’s grand final at Endeavour Oval, Orange TWO late tries helped Orange Emus to lift the Blowes Clothing Cup premiership trophy after a tough grand final derby on Saturday. In a see-sawing match, Emus came out on top over minor premiers Orange
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Presentation Night


15/9/2015

Gents Preso night is not far away Details: 6.30pm Friday 25th September Attire: Formal (Jacket & Tie) Cost: $50/head & $90/couple Includes: 2 course meal (catered by Percy’s), complimentary beer & wine… Tickets: need to be confirmed by Sunday the 20th How to purchase: contact Nigel Staniforth on 0401279795, nstaniforth@bmpa.com.au or buy tickets at the club
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Emus prevail in classic derby to win right to host grand final


05/9/2015

    RUGBY UNION DETERMINATION has helped Orange Emus grab the first place in this year’s Blowes Clothing Cup grand final. In an all-Orange major semi-final at Pride Park on Saturday, Emus toppled Orange City 30-12 in a bruising encounter. The win was Emus’ first over the Lions this season and ensured this year’s grand
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Orange Emus v Bathurst Bulldogs


29/8/2015

  RUGBY UNION IT’S official. The 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup grand final will be in Orange but will be at Pride Park on Endeavour Oval? A qualifying semi-final win over Bathurst Bulldogs on Saturday pushed Orange Emus into next week’s major semi-final against cross-town rivals Orange City. A solid start set up the 39-24 victory for Emus and
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Orange City Lions topple ‘flat’ Orange Emus in derby battle


22/8/2015

RUGBY UNION A DOMINANT opening half from Orange City helped them to a 34-26 Blowes Clothing Cup win over Orange Emus on Saturday. The local derby and top-of-the-table clash attracted a plethora of passionate supporters but it was only the Lions fans cheering at the end of the 80 minutes. Orange City was guaranteed the
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Against the odds: Orange Emus show their class to defeat Narromine Gorillas


15/8/2015

  RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus co-coach Paul Ringland said things were against his side in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup match against Narromine. That didn’t stop Emus scoring an emphatic 53-3 win over the Gorillas in Narromine. Ringland said a few personnel changes and the conditions at Cale Oval made things tough but his team was
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Emus’ first-half onslaught sets up big win over Wombats


08/8/2015

ORANGE Emus’ Blowes Clothing Cup winning streak has hit seven thanks predominantly to a first-half avalanche of points that set up a massive 67-24 victory over Mudgee. Played at Endeavour Oval on Saturday, the hosts raced in seven tries – Nigel Staniforth, TJ Cunynghame, Tom Green, Tom Goolagong and Derek Thompson all bagged five pointers,
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Eagles rocked: Emus stun Cowra to spoil 50th anniversary celebrations


02/8/2015

EAGLES ROCKED: Orange Emus hitman Nick Hughes-Clapp (headgear) and Sam McLean try and pull down a Cowra maul on Saturday. Photo: PETE GUTHRIE RUGBY UNION DESPITE the occasion well and truly putting the odds in Cowra’s favour at Cowra Rugby Club on Saturday, an in form Orange Emus side produced a rousing performance to hammer
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Orange Emus near full-strength as Cowra celebrates anniversary


30/7/2015

WINGING IT: Carter Hirini has been in cracking form, but will be hoping the greens pack can win enough ball for him to use tomorrow. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0523sgrugby5 RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus will take a near full-strength side to Cowra tomorrow aiming to essentially spoil the biggest day in the history of the Cowra
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Racism not in Goolagong’s playbook: ‘I’ve never been racially vilified on a field’


30/7/2015

COME TOGETHER: Orange Emus hooker Tom Goolagong (pictured) didn’t weigh in too much on the Adam Goodes booing debate, and said he has never personally been racially vilified on a rugby field. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0725emus16 THE widespread jeering and booing of Sydney Swans star Adam Goodes, most recently on Sunday in Perth against the
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201-17: Emus run rampant against Forbes Platypi in all three grades


25/7/2015

  RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus have belted a hapless Forbes Platypi 71-7 at Endeavour Oval – capping a woeful day for the visitors that resulted in a 201-17 all-grade scoreline. The hosts ran rampant in the first half of the Blowes Clothing Cup’s top grade, setting up the mammoth victory with seven first half five-pointers
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Emus just too good for Kangaroos


19/7/2015

  RUGBY UNION TOO big, too fast, too strong and too clinical. That was the simple assessment of Orange Emus’ 41-12 Blowes Clothing Cup bonus point win over Dubbo Kangaroos at Apex Oval on Saturday. The six-tries-to-two result was a fair assessment of a match where Emus controlled things from the outset as they dominated
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Emus Chicks chase down Rhinos at Endeavour Oval


15/7/2015

RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus Chicks have stormed home to defeat the Dubbo Rhinos 28-15, forcing coach Amanda Ferguson to predict this year’s Blowes Clothing Cup women’s premiership is as wide open as she’s seen in the Central West Rugby Union. The Chicks were down 15-0 at half-time in their clash at Endeavour Oval, but scored
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‘There was some revenge there’. Emus dominated Parkes to avenge round three upset.


12/7/2015

    EMUS aren’t known to be pack hunters, but the Orange side did just that at Endeavour Oval on Saturday, ambushing Parkes in a 60-10 Blowes Clothing Cup victory. Played in boggy conditions, Emus second-rower Nick Hughes-Clapp and winger Carter Hirini both grabbed doubles as the men in green ran in 10 tries to
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Tough nut to crack: Cosgrove is Orange Emus’ hard-headed man


10/7/2015

  RUGBY UNION IF Andrew Cosgrove isn’t widely recognised as one of the more damaging forwards throughout the Blowes Clothing Cup, he certainly is at Endeavour Oval. Well, his head is anyway. “There’s a joke at training at the moment,” Emus co-coach Graydon Staniforth begins. “Everyone thinks Cosi should be wearing headgear, and that’s for
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Hirine, Finau star as Emus’ hit perfect 10 in thumping of students


05/7/2015

  RUGBY UNION ACROSS the first and last 20 minutes of their Blowes Clothing Cup clash with Orange Emus on Saturday, CSU Bathurst bested their fancied rivals 12-5. What happened in between wasn’t so rosy. The visitors ran in a total of 10 tries to two in a 64-12 thrashing to pile on the misery
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Badgery returns as Staniforth warns of unpredictable students


03/7/2015

BADGE OF HONOUR: Emus enforcer Simon Badgery comes back into the greens’ side for tomorrow’s clash with CSU Bathurst. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0620rugby24 RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus demolished Bulldogs last weekend in the first of two consecutive Blowes Clothing Cup games in Bathurst, and head back down the Mitchell Highway to clash with CSU tomorrow.
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Thorburn facing a fractured season following sickening head clash


03/7/2015

FACING FACTS: Orange Emus stand-in centre Rob Thorburn has surgery today after suffering facial fractures last weekend. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0620rugby5 RUGBY UNION ORANGE Emus No.8-come-centre Rob Thorburn goes under the knife on Thursday, potentially ending his Blowes Clothing Cup season, after suffering a brutal facial fracture in Saturday’s thrashing of Bathurst Bulldogs. Thorburn clashed
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Bathurst Bulldogs suffer another loss to an Orange team


27/6/2015

  RUGBY UNION THE Orange curse has struck once again for the Bathurst Bulldogs. For the third time this season the Bulldogs have failed to post a win against a Central West Rugby Union rival from Orange, going down 41-13 to the Emus at Ashwood Park on Saturday. It took Emus – who beat Bulldogs
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Orange Emus to lay it on the line


26/6/2015

LET IT SING: Back from rep duty, Adam Perri will be charged with orchestrating his side’s attack in a must-win clash against the highly touted Bulldogs in Bathurst tomorrow. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0621sgrugby10 RUGBY UNION ON my signal, unleash hell. Orange Emus co-coach Graydon Staniforth has given his troops permission to throw caution to the
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‘We thrashed them’: Orange Emus turn tables on colts rivals


26/6/2015

COACH: Emus colts coach Murray Reay was confident his side’s win over Orange City can be the start of something big. Photo: NICK McGRATH RUGBY UNION DID last Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup colts result at Pride Park usher in a changing of the under 20s guard in Orange? After sweeping the City-Emus derbies on their
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Lions v Emus


21/6/2015

  THE Blowes Clothing Cup derby between Orange Emus and Orange City lived up to its top-of-the-table billing on Saturday. For the first 60 minutes the two sides played out an arm wrestle at Pride Park before the Lions’ backs put on a show in the final quarter, running in four tries for the 33-10
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Wet another leveller as Orange City and Orange Emus prepare for derby showdown


19/6/2015

  RUGBY UNION IT’S rained all week, Pride Park is set to be a mud heap and it’s forecast to not get above 10 degrees tomorrow – but Orange City and Orange Emus wouldn’t have it any other way. After all, it’s not a Blowes Clothing Cup Orange derby unless it’s played in conditions best
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Lackluster Orange Emus rally late to edge defiant Narromine


13/6/2015

  RUGBY UNION A LATE positional switch has helped Orange Emus narrowly avoid a Blowes Clothing Cup embarrassment, with the injection of NSW Country Colts pivot Adam Perri saving the greens in a 29-10 defeat of Narromine. Played at Endeavour Oval, Perri sat on the wing for just shy of 60 minutes in Saturday’s clash
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Red cards, yellow cards and an eight-point Orange Emus win


23/5/2015

TWO red cards and three yellow cards were issued in Orange Emus’ heated 26-18 Blowes Clothing Cup victory over a physical Cowra Eagles on Saturday. Played at Endeavour Oval, Emus flanker Scott Udy earned two yellow cards – the first for his part in an opening-half melee and the second for repeat infringements – and
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Orange Emus have plenty in reserve


21/5/2015

GREAT SCOTT: Orange Emus flanker Scott Udy says his side has the depth to cover a number of changes. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0521mfudy1 RUGBY UNION WITH injuries and unavailability galore, Orange Emus’ depth is set to be tested in tomorrow’s juicy Blowes Clothing Cup clash with Cowra. Centre pairing Simon Badgery and Nigel Staniforth are both
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Hirini’s hat-trick helps proves Emus chops on the road


16/5/2015

  A MAN-OF-THE-MATCH performance from Orange Emus winger Carter Hirini inspired his side to a comfortable 30-10 victory over Forbes on Saturday, the greens’ first away win of the 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup. Question marks remained over Emus’ mettle on the road after the greens succumbed to Parkes, at North Parkes Oval, in a tough 18-17
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Orange Emus must fire away from home against Forbes


15/5/2015

  ORANGE Emus skipper Nigel Staniforth knows his side has no problems winning games at home, proven by the greens’ 100 per cent winning rate at Endeavour Oval this year. So far in the 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup season Staniforth and his troop have hosted, and won convincingly, three of the four opening rounds. The
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Orange Emus win after two comebacks


09/5/2015

  ORANGE Emus had to mount two comebacks in their Blowes Clothing Cup victory over Dubbo Kangaroos on Saturday. The defending premiers took the lead early in each half before Emus came back on both occasions, eventually winning 33-17 at Endeavour Oval. Emus captain Nigel Staniforth admitted his side was slow out of the blocks.
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Fergalicious: new face, new skills in tight five for Orange Emus


08/5/2015

  RUGBY coaches worldwide yearn for a strong prop with ball-playing abilities, but to have one sporting a glorious beard as well? Icing on the cake. For Orange Emus, 2015 recruit Steve Fergus is providing just that. A Mudgee Wombats junior and former CSU Bathurst bookend, Fergus linked with Emus early in the pre-season and
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Chosen ones Perri and Brockmann reflect Central West campaign


08/5/2015

  NSW Country Rugby Union released its senior and under-20 squads yesterday and, thanks to weather-affected, winless campaigns in both divisions at last weekend’s NSW Country Championships, only three Central West players managed selection across the two line-ups. Orange duo Adam Perri and Logan Brockmann – both of whom were part of the NSW Country
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The upset of the season: Parkes stuns Emus in come-from-behind win


25/4/2015

NOT HAPPY JAN: Orange Emus suffered its first loss of the 2015 season, succumbing to a motivated Parkes unit in Parkes on Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH NORTH Parkes Oval has never been a happy hunting ground for Orange Emus and flying Parkes winger Marika Koroivui’s two-try performance on Saturday ensured the ground remained a bogey field
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Orange Emus ‘hustled’ in big win over CSU Bathurst


18/4/2015

  EMUS’ UNDEFEATED START: The hosts accounted for CSU Bathurst in a dogged clash at Endeavour Oval on Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH ORANGE Emus waltzed in a 41-5 Blowes Clothing Cup victory over CSU Bathurst on Saturday, but gauging the response from Paul Ringland after the match there wasn’t much dancing on the Endeavour Oval
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Orange Emus topple lacklustre Bathurst Bulldogs


11/4/2015

  ORANGE Emus winger Carter Hirini left the Bathurst Bulldogs defence in his wake with his three tries helping his side to a 45-28 win on Saturday. Playing the Blowes Clothing Cup season opener at Endeavour Oval, Hirini scored two tries in the first half and a third in the second period to help Emus
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Sevens shot for Emus dynamo: ‘I’m expecting a massive step up’


20/2/2015

GIRL POWER: Close friends Nikki D’Aquino and Liv Patterson (inset) will represent NSW and Australian Universities respectively, at their respective under 18s and opens National Sevens Championships, Photos: STEVE GOSCH and CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY 0218sgrugby2 AT the NSW Country Sevens under 18 trials, Orange Emus halfback Nikki D’Aquino went “to have a crack”. At last
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Country colts (then maybe Australia call-ups) for Orange rugby trio


19/2/2015

COUNTRY CALLING: (from left) Logan Brockmann, Tom Fisher and Adam Perri. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0217mfcntrycolts IN five games Orange’s Adam Perri, Tom Fisher, and Logan Brockmann, could find themselves in Australian jerseys – but they’re trying not to think about that. The trio will represent NSW Country Colts at this weekend’s Southern States Championships in
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Emus’ brains trust want more of the same: Greens name 2015 coaching staff


16/2/2015

BIRDS OF A FEATHER: Orange Emus coaches (from left) Graydon Staniforth, Amanda Ferguson, Paul Ringland, Peter Evans and Murray Reay. Photo: NICK McGRATH 0213nmemus1 ORANGE Emus last week confirmed their coaching staff for the 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup season, and each of the five mentoring groups is unflappable in their goal for the looming Central West
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I can’t wait to see how far I can go’: D’Aquino to challenge herself at NSW trials


13/2/2015

COUNTRY GIRL: Nikki D’Aquino will represent NSW Country this weekend, trialling for the NSW Sevens under 18 team. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0212mfrugby2 ORANGE Emus Chicks halfback Nikki D’Aquino only took up rugby 10 months ago, and said she hadn’t dared dream about representing NSW Country for some time. But at just 17 years old, with
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Step up for Orange Emus coaches: Ringland and Staniforth take the reins


09/12/2014

DYNAMIC DUO: Paul Ringland and Graydon Staniforth will mentor Orange Emus in 2015. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 1208mfemus2 AFTER a fairytale Blowes Clothing Cup grand final appearance this year, Orange Emus confirmed their 2015 coaching staff recently with one notable omission – 2014 head coach Andrew Logan. Logan mentored the side in 2013 and 2014, leading the
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A woman’s touch: Roberts elected first ever female president of Emus


21/11/2014

  THESE days, there’s plenty of fuss made about women taking on the high power roles in sporting organisations, be it at an international, national or local level. But Donna Roberts isn’t one to make a lot of fuss. And she’s certainly not going to be the one making a lot of noise about her
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Heart Kids Cup plus Clinic


22/10/2014

A message from Mardi Aplin Regional Officer Heartkids New South Wales I just thought I would send out this email again to remind you all that this weekend we are holding the Heartkids Cup and Clinic again in Orange. We have the Deadwood Rugby CLub coming to Orange to play our exhibition match against our selected Central
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AGM update


13/10/2014

The AGM was held at the Club on 12 October 2014 and Donna Roberts was elected to the position of President. Congratulations Donna. This is great news for the Club and we look forward to getting behind her and keeping the momentum going. Peter Roberts and Andrew Logan were also elected as Directors; congratulations to
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Tim Alison wins four major awards at Orange Emus presentation dinner


02/10/2014

RED TERROR: Emus fullback Tim Alison cleaned up the club’s presentation night. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0809emus4 UNHERALDED Orange Emus fullback Tim Alison has cleaned up at the greens 2014 presentation, taking home four of the club’s major awards. Dubbed a “clear stand-out for Emus this season” by coach Andrew Logan, Alison won the Phil Morrissey
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Emus Players Enjoy Being Barbarians


21/9/2014

BARBARIC BEHAVIOUR: Orange Emus trio Tom Green, Brent Braithwaite and Carter Hirini after their debuts for the Australian Barbarians. Photo: CONTRIBUTED FOR three of Orange Emus’ star players, despite a 45-point loss, their appearance for the Australian Barbarians on Saturday was more about the experience than the end result. Wingers Tom Green and Carter Hirini and
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Presentation Night


15/9/2014

Presentation night is on Friday 19th September starting at approx 6.30p,. (6 for a 6,30 start) Attire: Formal (eg jacket & tie) Cost: $40 for a per head, $75 per couple Tickets: need to be confirmed by COB Tuesday 16th How to purchase: contact Nigel on 0401 279 795 or  nstaniforth@bmpa.com.au It has been a great
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We didn’t win but it’s been a great season: Orange Emus captain reflects on club’s turnaround


15/9/2014

TOUGH DAY: Orange Emus captain Nigel Staniforth grabs a drink during Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup grand final. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE A DEJECTED Nigel Staniforth didn’t have much to say after Orange Emus’ Blowes Clothing Cup grand final loss to Dubbo Kangaroos on Saturday. Simple mistakes and, in particular, handing errors cost the greens, who eventually went
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Orange Emus upset Orange City Lions in Blowes Clothing Cup second grade grand final


13/9/2014

Blowes Clothing Cup second grade grand finalAll the action from Saturday’s second grade clash at No.1 Oval, Dubbo ORANGE Emus did things the hard way all through the finals series and again in Saturday’s grand final but it didn’t stop them from being crowned 2014 second grade premiers. Emus got the better of cross-town rivals
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Dubbo Kangaroos defeat Orange Emus in 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup first grade grand final


13/9/2014

Blowes Clothing Cup first grade grand finalAll the action from Saturday’s main game at No.1 Oval, Dubbo DUBBO has assumed the mantle as the premier city in central west rugby after the Kangaroos gave Orange Emus a start and a beating in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup grand final at No.1 Oval. The final scoreline of
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Andrew Logan says Emus backs can run the pants off Kangaroos in grand final


12/9/2014

TRY AND STOP US: Orange Emus’ Carter Hirini, Tom Green and Nigel Staniforth made up the top three of the Blowes Clothing Cup try-scorers. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0909mftries ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan often said his side concentrated – almost exclusively at times – on its defensive abilities in 2014. Appropriately, the greens boast the
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Al Hattersley is back in the Orange Emus’ front row for the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup grand final.


11/9/2014

HATS OFF: Al Hattersley is set to play his first grand final since 2003, and his first with Emus in tomorrow’s first grade decider. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0909mfhats THE last time Orange Emus’ Al Hattersley graced the field in a grand final he was playing colts firsts for North Sydney – as a winger. That
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All-Orange derby will ensure a second grade spectacle


11/9/2014

CUSTODIANS: Opposing fullbacks Dave Faul (Emus) and Jackson Coote (Orange City) are both expecting a close, physical tussle in tomorrow’s Blowes Clothing Cup second grade grand final. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0910mf2gf PRIOR to the Blowes Clothing Cup finals series the excitement surrounding a potential Orange Emus versus Orange City grand final was palpable. As a
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Orange Emus Chicks play Dubbo Rhinos Pink in Blowes Clothing Cup women’s grand final


11/9/2014

SPEED TO BURN: Emus Chicks’ centre Olivia Patterson has been one of her side’s best this season, and needs to be tomorrow. Photo: MICHELLE COOK 0823mcwomen3 DESPITE admitting to nerves already, Orange Emus coach Amanda Ferguson said her side will go into tomorrow’s Blowes Clothing Cup women’s grand final supremely confident. The green women come
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THE BIG PICTURE: Matt Findlay’s call to arms for Orange rugby sides in 2014 grand finals


11/9/2014

CALL TO ARMS: Matt Findlay in Orange Emus colours. AS rugby league supercoach and mediocre commentator Phil Gould always says before a big game – “these guys are preparing to go to war”. With six Orange sides in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup grand finals, there is real potential every single title could be coming back
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Orange Emus coach Andrew Logan knew his team could make the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup grand finals


11/9/2014

CONFIDENT: Emus’ coaches Andrew Logan and Graydon Staniforth know their side is one win away from the most remarkable 12-month turnaround – last to first in a season. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 1024sgrugby1 ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan has a favourite quote regarding his side’s disappointing 2013 Blowes Clothing Cup season – “I always knew we
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Orange Emus name side for 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup grand final against Dubbo Kangaroos


09/9/2014

GREEN ARMY: Orange Emus players celebrate last weekend’s win against Orange City. Coach Andrew Logan said his players wouldn’t have trouble staying grounded this week. Photo: MICHELLE COOK 0906mcfirsts3 ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan has named as close to a full-strength outfit as possible ahead of Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup grand final against Dubbo Kangaroos.
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Orange Emus second grade side defeats Dubbo Kangaroos in tight preliminary final


08/9/2014

Second grade: Orange Emus v Dubbo KangaroosAll the action from Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup second grade semi-final at Pride Park THERE was a key moment in Saturday’s second grade Blowes Clothing Cup preliminary final between Orange Emus and Dubbo Kangaroos. Emus had been leading 20-10 at the break but eight minutes into the second half
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Orange City Lions third grade side into decider after downing Emus


08/9/2014

Third grade: Orange City Lions v Orange EmusAll the action from Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup third grade semi-final at Pride Park ORANGE City capitalised on some Orange Emus injuries to score a solid 36-3 win in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup third grade preliminary final. Emus may have scored the first points thanks to a Graydon
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Orange Emus defeat Orange City Lions to move into Blowes Clothing Cup grand final


06/9/2014

Orange Emus v Orange City, preliminary finalALl the action from Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup game at Pride Park NIGEL Staniforth kicked the winning penalty for Orange Emus in a dramatic finish to the Blowes Clothing Cup first grade preliminary final. Orange Emus were leading cross-town rivals 18-9 at the break at Pride Park before the
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Orange Emus captain Nigel Staniforth kicks match-winning penalty goal against Orange City Lions


06/9/2014

NIGEL Staniforth has a new nickname – the Ice Man. A day after completing the Ice Bucket Challenge, Staniforth proved he has ice in his veins as he kicked the winning penalty on full-time in Orange Emus’ Blowes Clothing Cup preliminary final against Orange City. The Emus captain said he knew how important the kick
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Orange City Lions and Orange Emus set for extremely tight preliminary final clash


04/9/2014

POTENTIAL NAIL-BITER: Gus Brotherton and his Orange City teammates enjoy a home preliminary final tomorrow, but based on numbers, the Lions and Orange Emus go into the clash on an even keel. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0823sgrugby10 STRAP yourselves in, take your heart medication and prepare to have no fingernails left after Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup
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Orange Emus captain Nigel Staniforth key for finals run: Andrew Logan


04/9/2014

KICK HAPPY: Emus’ skipper Nigel Staniforth’s precision from the tee looks likely to play a big part in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup preliminary final. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0712emus7 WITH the result in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup preliminary final likely to be decided in the dying stages, Orange Emus coach Andrew Logan said he couldn’t wish
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Orange Emus second grade coach Mitch Dansey’s words of advice for troops


04/9/2014

LAY DOWN THE LAW: Orange Emus second grade coach Mitch Dansey addresses his side at half-time of their minor semi-final victory last weekend. Photo: NICK McGRATH 0831nm2nds5 ORANGE Emus coach Mitch Dansey knows better than most how important it is to grab an opportunity when one presents itself. A regular in the greens top grade
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Orange Emus third grade out to break Orange City Lions stranglehold


04/9/2014

SPECIAL DELIVERY: Emus halfback Luke Trott will partner Jaime Kelso in the halves this week after Matt Waters was ruled out with a shoulder injury. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0831sgthirds3 THERE’S underdogs, then there’s Orange Emus’ third grade outfit. Defending premiers after a stellar 2013 campaign ended in premiership glory at Pride Park 12 months ago,
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Coach Andrew Logan wants Orange Emus to take chances against Orange City Lions


03/9/2014

SEIZE THE MOMENT: Orange Emus coach Andrew Logan talks tactics during his side’s minor semi-final win against Bathurst on Sunday. Photo: NICK McGRATH 0831nmlogan HAVING already played out one draw, one win and one loss in three meetings against Orange City this season, Orange Emus coach Andrew Logan isn’t expecting many surprises when the two
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Orange Emus third grade side to face Orange City for grand final berth


02/9/2014

Third grade: Orange Emus v Bathurst BulldogsAll the action from Sunday’s semi-final at Endeavour Oval FOR a side one win away from a grand final berth, Orange Emus’ Blowes Clothing Cup third grade outfit aren’t all that worried about results. The greens are just happy to be out on the field. The big losers in
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Next stop … Orange City: Emus hold off Bulldogs in gritty semi-final


01/9/2014

ORANGE Emus have hung on to claim a gripping 28-19 minor semi-final victory over a Bathurst Bulldogs outfit on the wrong end of a 23-5 penalty count at Endeavour Oval on Sunday. Clearly seething with their 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup rugby union campaign gone, the Bulldogs’ coaching staff were involved in a heated exchange with
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Findlay a playmaker in a prop’s body: forward steers Emus to second grade win


01/9/2014

Orange Emus v Bathurst BulldogsAll the action from Sunday’s second grade semi-final at Endeavour Oval A MATT Findlay-inspired Orange Emus are one win away from qualifying for the Blowes Clothing Cup second grade rugby union grand final after downing Bathurst Bulldogs 30-22 on Sunday. Conjuring up the sort of play any five-eighth would have been
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City, Emus to meet for third time in a month


01/9/2014

WHILE Dubbo Kangaroos’ top grade side enjoys another week off, Orange Emus and Orange City will face off for the third time in four weeks for the right to face them in the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup grand final. Yesterday’s result at Endeavour Oval will ensure a Dubbo v Orange decider, but whether it’s the
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No repeat of 2011: Emus won’t go out of semis in straight sets


28/8/2014

BEARDED BANDITS: Tom Goolagong and TJ Cunynghame are hell-bent on securing victory over Bathurst Bulldogs on Sunday. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0827mfrugby2 THE similarities between Orange Emus’ 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup season and the last time they played finals rugby – 2011’s disappointing capitulation – are becoming uncanny. In 2011 Emus went on a winning streak
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It won’t be so easy this time: Dansey expects tough second grade clash for Emus


28/8/2014

OLD MAN EMU: Tommy Fenualelei off-loads in Emus’ 47-5 win over CSU Bathurst last week. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK. LAST week his side ran riot to the tune of a 47-5 elimination semi-final win over CSU Bathurst, but Orange Emus second grade coach Mitch Dansey is expecting a much tougher time of it against Bathurst Bulldogs
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Emus must lift to stay alive in third grade season: Staniforth


28/8/2014

ORANGE Emus fullback Graydon Staniforth believes better discipline and continuity will help the greens progress to the next level of the Blowes Clothing Cup third grade competition. Found out by a youthful Dubbo Kangaroos in last weekend’s 22-7 qualifying semi-final loss, Staniforth says if his side is to reach any great heights in this year’s
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Logan wants better protection for kickers as Perri awaits scans on injury


28/8/2014

PERRI OUT? Adam Perri is helped off the field in last Saturday’s loss to City. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0823sgrugby7 ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan has dished out a stinging attack on the lack of protection afforded to kickers in the Blowes Clothing Cup after gun five-eighth Adam Perri limped off Endeavour Oval following a late
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Semi-finals a whole new ball game for inexperienced Emus


25/8/2014

FIGHTING BACK: Halfback TJ Cunynghame is one of the few Orange Emus players with first grade finals experience. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0823sgrugby5 THE last time Orange Emus lined up in the Blowes Clothing Cup first grade finals was 2011. They finished the regular season third before losing consecutive games to Parkes (22-17) and Orange City (27-25)
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Emus run over the top of CSU Bathurst in second grade eliminator


25/8/2014

ON THE FLY: Ben Ruddy takes off on his way to scoring for Orange Emus against CSU Bathurst. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK ORANGE Emus handed CSU Bathurst a rugby lesson in their Blowes Clothing Cup second grade 47-5 demolition of the students on Sunday. The elimination semi-final at Ashwood Park was anyone’s for the taking with
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Speed slows down Emus’ race to third grade grand final


25/8/2014

BALL SKILLS: Orange Emus’ Matt Kennedy takes on the Dubbo Kangaroos defence in their third grade clash. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0823sgrugby2 SPEED hurt Orange Emus in their Blowes Clothing Cup third grade qualifying semi-final loss to Dubbo Kangaroos on Saturday. Played at Orange’s Endeavour Oval, the hosts were up 7-3 at the break before the
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Orange Emus Chicks the first team into women’s grand final


25/8/2014

ON THE MOVE: Emus Chicks halfback Nikki D’Aquino darts out from the back of the scrum. Photo: MICHELLE COOK 0823mcwomen2 THE Orange Emus Chicks booked the first place in the Central West Women’s grand final after a solid win over Cowra on Saturday. Playing the major semi-final at Endeavour Oval, the Chicks muscled up against
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Lions’ last-gasp try steals win and breaks Emus hearts at Endeavour Oval


24/8/2014

Orange City Lions v Orange EmusAll the action from Saturday’s major semi-final at Endeavour Oval ORANGE City’s finals experience came to the fore on Saturday as a last-minute try allowed them to topple Orange Emus 35-29 in their Blowes Clothing Cup qualifying semi-final. Outside centre Jake Davis scored in the final minute of the match
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‘We can’t afford to lose’: Emus focussed on whole new ball game


21/8/2014

TACKLING MACHINE: Emus flanker Alo Finau’s bone-crunching defence will be crucial in Saturday’s semi-final. ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan had one clear message for his troops ahead of Saturday’s blockbuster Blowes Clothing Cup qualifying semi-final – forget what you’ve done so far this season, this is finals rugby. Hosting cross-town rivals Orange City at Endeavour
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Front-rowers brace for brutal contest in ultimate derby duel


21/8/2014

GAME FACE: Orange City and Orange Emus props Darcy Garlick and Brent Braithwaite are expecting fireworks in Saturday’s qualifying final local derby. NORMALLY, there is nothing quite like an Orange Emus versus Orange City local derby. When it’s a qualifying semi-final at Endeavour Oval – the second time the two teams have clashed in as
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The stats show there’s no place like home in the Blowes Clothing Cup


21/8/2014

WHAT’S home ground advantage worth this season in the Blowes Clothing Cup? Well, for the four sides left in this year’s premiership race who’ll get the opportunity to host a finals match – that is, minor premiers Dubbo Roos, Orange Emus, defending premiers Orange City and fourth-placed Bathurst Bulldogs – it’s worth everything. Minor premiers
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Hoodoo gurus: Emus break Lions’ spell with derby win at Pride Park


16/8/2014

Orange Emus v Orange City LionsAll the action from Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup local derby at Pride Park THE hoodoo is broken. Orange Emus ended a three-season losing streak against Orange City with a scintillating performance at Pride Park on Saturday, running out 33-21 winners. The greens hadn’t tasted victory against the Lions since, coincidentally,
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Life’s good for Logan: Emus mentor nominated for nationwide coaching award


15/8/2014

JUST REWARD: Orange Emus coach Andrew Logan (pictured with Wallabies mentor Ewen McKenzie) has been nominated for the Asteron Life Community Coach of the Year award. AFTER Orange Emus’ 2013 season many could be forgiven for questioning head coach Andrew Logan’s influence on the club. However, those people have since had to break out the
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‘Psychological edge on the line’: Emus at full speed for derby clash


15/8/2014

ALL EARS: No.8 Rob Thorburn returns to Emus’ pack after missing last weekend’s win over Narromine with a torn earlobe. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0712emus1 ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan said his side has plenty to play for in Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup local derby against Orange City, despite the clash meaning little in terms of
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Community Coach of the Year


13/8/2014

A message from Asteron and the ARU Asteron Life and the ARU are looking for the Community Coach of the Year – and we want your help to find them. So if you know a junior coach that teaches the skills – and spirit – of the game, we want to hear about them. Just  visit our website
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Orange Emus join the Bledisloe Cup juggernaut in curtain-raiser


13/8/2014

WALLABIES BOUND: Orange Emus under 9s players (from left) Alex VonArnold, George Tancred, Phillip Harris, Ollie Perkins, Johanas Logan, Jack Holland, Gus Tremain, Oscar Laws, Lachy Jacob, Charlie Ferguson and Patrick Toberty will set a high bar for Saturday’s Bledisloe Cup clash in Sydney. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0812rugby2 THERE’S not too many kids in the
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Suncorp offer


12/8/2014

Just posting to let you know that the club still has a referral partner program in place with Suncorp bank. If anyone who is a ‘friend of Emus’ takes out a new loan or refinances their existing loan to Suncorp, the bank with provide a payment back to the club to thank us for the
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Emus’ scintillating attack papers over defensive cracks against Gorillas


09/8/2014

Orange Emus v Narromine Gorillas, round 17All the action from Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup game at Endeavour Oval ORANGE Emus’ 61-19 victory over Narromine at Endeavour Oval proved two things. Firstly, with an abundance of speed, desire and class out wide, there’s no team in the Blowes Clothing Cup that can attack like Emus can, and nine
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Perkins Portfolio Management


08/8/2014

It’s time for another great offer from one of our sponsors, Perkins Portfolio Management Perkins Portfolio Management [PPM] was established in August 2009 as a privately owned and licensed boutique portfolio management and investment advisory service. With over 12 years international investment management experience together with his rural background, Director, Charlie Perkins was driven by
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Havealeta has Emus on the front foot as race for minor premiership hots up


07/8/2014

I’M SO NASTY: Orange Emus Tongan prop Nas Havealeta. Photo: NICK McGRATH 0807nmnas1 WHEN you witness the sheer size of Manase Havealeta, there’s plenty of obvious rugby qualities the ginormous Tongan dubbed ‘Nasty’ brings to Orange Emus in this year’s Blowes Clothing Cup. But, physical attributes aside, what most probably don’t see is the big
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This is what happens when the Wallabies let a sports journalist train with them


07/8/2014

INVALUABLE EXPERIENCE: Two of the best playmakers in the country in Matt Toomua and yours truly, with flanker Scott Fardy, at Emus following Tuesday night’s training session. I THINK it’s pretty safe to say I’ll be in the Super Rugby competition next season. After Tuesday night’s training session with the visiting Wallabies I’ve been waiting
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Emus and Lions juniors jump at chance to train with Wallabies


07/8/2014

FOUR Wallabies and several Australian Rugby Union (ARU) support staff put Orange Emus’ and Orange City’s junior stars through their paces at Endeavour Oval on Tuesday night. Wallabies’ forwards Sam Carter, Nathan Charles and Scott Fardy, along with inside back Matt Toomua, were guest stars at the clinic along with several of the Australian side’s
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Logan and Gray take training lessons from time with the Wallabies


07/8/2014

“EVERYTHING is always evolving in the rugby world, it was interesting to see the different techniques being coached now.” Orange City coach Mick Gray said it wasn’t just players who furthered their abilities in his side’s joint training sessions with Orange Emus on Tuesday, watched over by several Wallabies, at Endeavour Oval. The Lions and
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Emus continue minor premiership hunt with 11-try rout of Wombats


03/8/2014

IT wasn’t as horrific as the match against Orange City, but it was still a long day for Mudgee Wombats on the field on Saturday. Playing City’s cross-town rivals Emus, the Wombats went down 65-0 at Jubilee Oval. It did look like a repeat of that 113-point drubbing at the hands of the Lions a fortnight
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Confident but cautious Emus brace for unpredictable Wombats


31/7/2014

POINTS UP FOR GRABS: Orange Emus welcome back Sam Ryan for Saturday’s trip to Mudgee. IT’S the mismatch of the Blowes Clothing Cup season, but Orange Emus will still travel to Mudgee’s Jubilee Oval wary of what the Wombats will on Saturday dish up. Emus lead the 2014 competition in both attacking and defending statistic
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Emus Old Boys and Supporters Lunch


30/7/2014

Emus old boys and supporters are invited to attend a lunch at Emus Rugby Club when Emus vs Narromine. Date: Saturday 9th August Venue: Emus Rugby Club Cost:$25. Includes three course meal, some wine and special guest speakers. Time:11.30am RSVP: Email confirmation to emusoldboys@gmail.com and payment by first 1st August Payment: EFT BSB 112-879 Account
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Emus and Lions join forces to roll out welcome mat for Wallabies


30/7/2014

ORANGE City and Orange Emus will put their traditional rivalry aside next Tuesday when they get the chance to train under Wallabies’ players and coaches. Both clubs will put together two sides to be put through their paces by the touring Wallabies, who are travelling through the central west as part of the Bush2Bledisloe campaign.
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Green and Hirini run riot as Orange Emus run up half century against Cowra Eagles


26/7/2014

HAT-TRICKS to wingers Tom Green and Carter Hirini have shot Orange Emus to an emphatic 55-0 win over the Cowra Eagles. Played at Endeavour Oval, the greens flexed their considerable Blowes Clothing Cup premiership muscle on an Eagles outfit still boasting finals aspirations, but after conceding nine tries in horrific conditions on Saturday in Orange,
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Emus to deliver special ladies’ day to raise funds for Premi-Babes Association


25/7/2014

HAVING A BALL: Emu Chicks coach Amanda Ferguson, Orange Dance Centre’s Kylie Haigh, Premi- Babes Association of Orange’s Margaret McFarlane, Emus’ Tracyann Potts and (front) dancers Ella and Monique Haigh are set for this weekend’s ladies’ day. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0718emusladies1 EVERY season, Orange Emus Rugby Union Club holds a ladies’ day, but this weekend
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Bringing back the Bouff: Scott’s return to bolster Emus against Eagles


24/7/2014

KEEN AS MUSTARD: Orange Emus flanker Scott Bouffler is happy being back in the top grade. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0724mfbouff UP until the middle of May, Orange Emus’ flanker Scott Bouffler had no intentions of taking to any sporting field of any kind this Winter. Two months on and he’s playing a starring role in
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Orange Physiotherapy


23/7/2014

Orange Physiotherapy has been keeping the men and women of Orange Emus on the field since the start of 2013. Owned and run by former player and colts coach Harry Fardell, they proudly supply all physiotherapy services to the club, and bleed Emerald green come Saturdays. The services for players does not end on Saturdays,
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Club Photo


20/7/2014

This upcoming Sunday (the 27th July) Emus will be taking the first ever CLUB photo. We are asking all Senior Players, Chicks, Juniors players, wallas players, oldies, alumni and basically any person who supports Emus to get down to the club and be a part of it. We will take the photo at the end
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Second-half onslaught against Platypi keeps Emus’ winning streak going


19/7/2014

A WIN’S A WIN: Orange Emus Nigel Staniforth scored four tries when his side played Forbes Platypi at Endeavour Oval in round five this season. The skipper didn’t score in the sides’ return fixture on Saturday, but the greens continued their winning streak. ORANGE Emus remain equal at the top of the Blowes Clothing Cup
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Emus flying high, but still desperate for victory against Platypi


18/7/2014

BACKING UP: Tim Alison will start at fullback for Orange Emus against Forbes tomorrow. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0628emus14   ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan said his side shares one common trait with Forbes ahead of Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup round 14 clash with the Platypi – desperation. It’s a word not often associated with the greens
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Wallabies Visit


15/7/2014

Save this date with the Wallabies   On August the 5th, Tuesday, Wallaby players and coaches will be attending Emus Juniors and Seniors training as part of their Bush 2 Bledisloe Club Engagement Program. There will be a Junior Club session with Wallabies players and coaches between 6-7pm. The 6 Junior Teams invited to train
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Orange Emus ready to take a chance … unlike in 2011 flame out


15/7/2014

IN 2011, Orange Emus had their chance. Mid-July three years ago, a young greens outfit with a dominant pack had won nine games and sat in fourth on that year’s Blowes Clothing Cup ladder. A premiership wasn’t beyond the realms of possibility. That train of thought firmed as the greens surged to finish the regular
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Benchmark Commercial


14/7/2014

Another of our great sponsors who has been supporting Emus is known is as Benchmark Commercial and those at the club are extremely grateful for this support. The Benchmark Group comprises two distinct business divisions, the commercial agency, Benchmark Commercial and the rural agency, Benchmark Rural & Lifestyle.All Benchmarks sales and leasing team are university educated and industry
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Get to Chemmart


13/7/2014

Have you woken up today and are feeling the bumps and bruises from a physical day in the mud. Or are you more like First Grade Andrew Cosgrove who obtained an instant flu after walking off a mud the field, or maybe a hypocondriac like the Bog Trotter and need to top up your supply
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It’s very satisfying’: Emus go from wooden spoon to minor premiership hopefuls


13/7/2014

A SEVEN-TRY romp against Blowes Clothing Cup favourites Dubbo Roos has propelled Orange Emus to the top of the 2014 competition ladder. Led by a dominant pack that enabled the greens to camp in enemy territory for virtually the entire match, last year’s wooden spooners are now sitting on top of the 2014 premiership ladder
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Emus braced for biggest test as Roos bounce into Endeavour Oval


11/7/2014

ENDEAVOUR Oval will on Saturday play host to the biggest game of the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup to date when Orange Emus host the ladder-leading Dubbo Roos. With Emus looming large in the minor premiership race in second place, just a bonus-point win adrift from Dubbo, tomorrow’s clash appears set to defy the traditionally bleak
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Consistent Emus to showcase improvements on trip to Parkes


03/7/2014

THE CALL UP: Half-back Chris Bailey had an impressive game against CSU Bathurst and has kept his spot in the Emus side. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0628emus2 ORANGE Emus head to Parkes on Saturday a more refined and consistent team compared to the reverse Blowes Clothing Cup fixture in April. The greens will look to continue
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Thanks Chemmart


02/7/2014

    A huge thank you to Pete Smith Chemmart for their ongoing support of Emus. For the month of June Dave, Kate and Tim Gray donated a portion of all sales of Chemmart products to Emus. Tim Gray has happily handed over a cheque in the sum of $428.64 to Toby Tancred. The Gray
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Orange Emus’ success is on the back of stronger defence: Logan


30/6/2014

BUMP OFF: Orange Emus centre Nigel Staniforth charges at the CSU captain Tom Keft at a drenched Endeavour Oval last Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0628emus13 DISCIPLINE in defence has been the key to Orange Emus’ resurgence in the Blowes Clothing Cup this season according to coach Andrew Logan. After a 60-nil thumping of CSU Bathurst
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Saunders and Staniforth Sponsor


30/6/2014

Sometimes when you look around the grounds at Emus you see the many wonderful sponsors on the fence line or on the jersey of the players. Sometimes you recognise the names that are on them but are unsure of what they do. Saunders and Staniforth Valuers, Property and Planning Consultants is one of those companies
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Greenwash: Orange Emus dismantle CSU Bathurst


28/6/2014

THREE’S THE CHARM: Orange Emus centre Tim Alison bagged a hat-trick in Saturday’s demolition of CSU Bathurst. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0628emus14 ORANGE Emus extended their unbeaten run to seven games on the back of a sterling wet weather performance yesterday. In diabolical conditions at Endeavour Oval Emus ran in nine unanswered tries against CSU Bathurst,
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Marked man: former student-turned-Emu Ryan braced for CSU onslaught


27/6/2014

NEW HOME: Orange Emus fullback Sam Ryan is expecting to be a marked man in tomorrow’s clash with his old club, CSU Bathurst. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0626mfryan1 FOR three years Sam Ryan bled sky blue, yellow and black for CSU Bathurst. Now, he wants to see them fail. After three seasons as a student, playing
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Sponsor: Zylem


25/6/2014

Another one of our wonderful sponsors is Zylem. Zylem are furniture designers and manufacturers that aim strive for satisfaction and longevity in their products. Zylem has a design and manufacturing philosophy which draws on the traditional virtues of cabinet making and detailed joinery incorporating them with modern technology. Living, dining and kitchen include all fitted
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Emus’ robust defence sees off Bulldogs’ challenge at Endeavour Oval


21/6/2014

RARE CHANCE: Orange Emus captain Nigel Staniforth makes a break during his side’s 17-5 Blowes Clothing Cup win over Bathurst Bulldogs on Saturday. Photo: STEVE GOSCH ORANGE Emus extended its Blowes Clothing Cup unbeaten run to six games with a gritty 17-5 win over Bathurst Bulldogs on Saturday. Amid on a comedy of errors on a
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Emus’ conductor: Perri leads the men in green in a sweet rugby tune


19/6/2014

PERRI-PERRI: Orange Emus fly-half Adam Perri said his team will continue to improve ahead of tomorrow’s Blowes Clothing Cup clash with Bathurst Bulldogs. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0618mfperri2 EVERY orchestra needs a conductor, and so far in 2014 Orange Emus’ pivot Adam Perri has flourished in his role as maestro. After an early season shift from
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Emus duo make their mark with Queensland Country selection


19/6/2014

“IT’S pretty special, I’m over the moon.” After being named in the Queensland Country squad last week, former Orange Emus and Central West Blue Bulls prop John Ellis’ jubilation was palpable. Ellis was named in a 25-man Heelers squad to tour New Zealand at the end of the month after turning heads in the recent
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Coaches’ derby sentiments sound very familiar, but mother nature has the last word


17/6/2014

HUDDLE IN: The Orange Emus’ front row of Brenton Braithwaite (left), Tom Goolagong and Nas Havealeta prepares to pack down against Orange City in their Blowes Clothing Cup derby on Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0614derby4 FOR Orange’s rugby union fans, Saturday’s Blowes Clothing Cup derby should have been a spectacle. But someone forgot to tell
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About our sponsor ‘Pigot Miller Wilson Accountants and Advisors’


16/6/2014

Pigot Miller Wilson Accountants & Advisors are a team of 45 enthusiastic professionals, with six young and ambitious firm Partners. Being a trusted advisor goes beyond being a good accountant and we take this very seriously. As well as tax management and planning, you also have access to in-house Mortgage Broking services, SMSF management, Financial Planning
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Derby deadlock: Emus and Lions share points in Endeavour Oval bog


14/6/2014

ON THE CHARGE: Orange Emus’ Alo Finau takes a lot of stopping by the Orange City defence in their 8-all draw at Endeavour Oval on Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH ORANGE City and Orange Emus both came away from their Blowes Clothing Cup derby with points after playing out a soggy 8-all draw on Saturday. Rain
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Fresh faces driving Emus’ charge into derby and premiership contention


12/6/2014

BIG BATTLE: Orange Emus lock Sam McLean is looking forward to his first top grade local derby against Orange City this weekend. Photo: NICK McGRATH 0612nmsam1 THERE’S a host of new faces helping Orange Emus light up the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup premiership. Of the 15 players coach Andrew Logan named on Thursday to tackle Orange
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Why Orange Emus will win the derby: premiers a shadow of their former selves


12/6/2014

ORANGE Emus deserve to be favourites heading into Saturday’s much anticipated local derby. Emus’ form in the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup so far has been irresistible, whereas Orange City has been inconsistent. Despite some arguing otherwise, the Lions of 2012 and 2013 are very much in the past – they aren’t that team anymore. My
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Attention Emus supporters


12/6/2014

Dear Emus Member On Friday night at 6.30 we are having a sign-on for new and old members. This is in response to an idea from John Hayter to fulfil a few aims: 1. Attract new members 2. Reacquaint the club with former members 3. To have a mini ‘reunion’ for everyone the night before
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‘Our attack will take care of itself’: defence the best form of attack for high-flying Emus


12/6/2014

HAVING crossed for six tries in eight games this season, Orange Emus winger Carter Hirini knows better than most just how lethal his side’s attack can be. But ahead of the biggest game of the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup season on Saturday, the kiwi flyer is adamant it’ll be his side’s defence, rather than attack,
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Make your way to Byng Street Store


11/6/2014

We are always thankful for the sponsors that we have at Emus and this week we would like to bring your attention to Byng Street Store. Byng Street Local Store is open 7 days a week, their coffees are made using AllPress coffee and they offer a great range of delicious food, both to eat
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‘We’re on our way’: Emus beat Gorillas onto the ark in ‘biblical’ Narromine rain


01/6/2014

ORANGE Emus have defied both a physical Narromine and rain that’d leave Noah reaching for his floaties in a bonus-point 25-18 Blowes Clothing Cup triumph over the Gorillas at Cale Oval. “It was biblical,” Emus coach Andrew Logan said of the storm that hit Narromine on Saturday afternoon. “It’d be a deluge for about 10 minutes, stop for
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He’s not going ape for trip to Narromine, but Goolagong’s happy to hook in for Emus


30/5/2014

HOOKED ON A FEELING: Tom Goolagong takes his place in Emus’ first grade side tomorrow after several weeks in reserves. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0529mfgooly3 ORANGE Emus hooker Tom Goolagong hates going to Narromine, and doesn’t try to hide it. Emus take on Narromine on Saturday at Cale Oval, the Gorillas’ fortress, and Goolagong said the
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Awesome foursome: Green’s haul helps Emus take flight over Mudgee


29/5/2014

STEPPING UP: Orange Emus inside centre Tim Alison steps around the Mudgee defence in their Blowes Clothing Cup clash on Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0524emus3 TOM Green showed he knows how to finish off a try when he scored four of them in Orange Emus’ 65-17 Blowes Clothing Cup win over Mudgee on Saturday. Green
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What a difference a year makes: Emus flying high with best attack and defensive stats


29/5/2014

TRY-SCORING MACHINE: Tom Green scored a quartet of tries on Saturday against Mudgee. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0426sgrugby11 “IT is a long season, we can’t afford to get ahead of ourselves.” Andrew Logan played down Orange Emus’ 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup contender status, despite the greens’ remarkable turnaround from last season. The greens currently sit third,
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Band of brothers: Udy boys back in the fold at Emus


22/5/2014

ALL FOR ONE: Shane, Scott and Mark Udy have all returned to play with Orange Emus this season, and are hoping for the chance to take the field alongside each other. Photo: MATT FINDLAY 0522mfudy1 FOR the Udy brothers, rugby really is a family affair. After leaving Orange Emus following the 2009 season Shane, Mark and Scott
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Lessons Learned: Emus stick to plans and bury eagles in battle of the birds


18/5/2014

ORANGE Emus firmly entrenched themselves in the Blowes Clothing Cup top five with an “ugly” 25-3 win over Cowra, at Cowra Rugby Ground, on Saturday. Emus led from the outset, and despite being a less than perfect performance, Emus coach Andrew Logan lauded his players’ efforts. “It wasn’t a great performance, especially the first half,”
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Key Game for us. Logan wants Emus to set up season by clipping Eagles wings


16/5/2014

ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan wants his troops to maintain the rage in Saturday’s round six Blowes Clothing Cup clash against Cowra. Emus travel to Cowra Rugby Ground to take on the Eagles in a third versus fourth clash, with both teams looking to entrench themselves in the top five. “This is a really key
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Staniforth and Howarth scintillating seven sink Platypi at Endeavour Oval


10/5/2014

  A BLISTERING four-try performance from skipper Nigel Staniforth has gifted Orange Emus an impressive 48-17 victory over the Forbes Platypi on Saturday. Played in periodic rain at Endeavour Oval, Staniforth scored four of his side’s final five tries – including a second-half hat-trick – to turn a seven-point advantage at the half into an eight-try romp over the visiting
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No place for valiant seconds for emus: close enough not good enough for Logan


08/5/2014

ORANGE Emus coach Andrew Logan has thrown down the gauntlet to his side ahead of Saturday’s clash with Forbes, branding the greens’ recent near enough performances as no longer good enough in 2014. After a wooden spoon season, defined by five losses by a converted try or less, Emus went down to Dubbo by four
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Kangaroos Pass test of depth as Emus leave No. 1 Oval without points but with hope


05/5/2014

COACH Paul Hennock praised the depth in his club after an under-strength Dubbo Kangaroos defeated Orange Emus 20-16 in their Blowes Clothing Cup match at No. 1 Oval on Saturday. With Peter Nau, Filisione Pauta and Scott Burgess all on Country Cockatoos duty, Hennock was forced to call up players from lower grades and the
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Funding allows Emus to stick their necks out into cricket expansion


30/4/2014

THE Orange Emus brand has been synonymous with rugby union for as long as Gilbert balls have been kicked in Orange. But, by next summer, all that’s about the change. Member for Orange Andrew Gee and deputy premier of NSW and minister for regional infrastructure and services Andrew Stoner yesterday announced the Orange Emus club
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The Long Lunch


18/4/2014

The Long Lunch is on again on 30 May 2014. Tickets are $50 a head and table of ten is $500. Table Captains will be in touch with people soon to arrange tables and people are welcome to form their own tables. A three course meal is being served to be prepared by Byng Street
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Bulldogs vs Emus


04/4/2014

The first round of the competition sees Emus travel down the road to Bathurst to take on the bulldogs. Both teams are sure not to hold back as this rivalry turns most matches into something really watching. With Emus fielding four quality seniors teams on the day for the first time in several years it
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Bulldogs roadtrip offers ‘yardstick’ as Emus set sights high for 2014 season


03/4/2014

RETURNING lock Nick Hughes-Clapp will lead a new-look Orange Emus side gunning to begin its 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup on a high at Bathurst’s Ashwood Park. Drawn a Bulldogs team welcoming back a wealth of star power including hulking backrower Hayden Tidswell, Hughes-Clapp believes the road trip to Bathurst will give his Emus outfit an
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Orange’s five biggest games to start the Blowes clothing cup


02/4/2014

TO paraphrase an old saying – you don’t win premierships in April. It’s as true in the Blowes Clothing Cup as it is in any other football code. Filling the trophy cabinet is all about peaking in September, timing your run so that you’re playing your best when the stakes are highest. But it’s also
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Trials and Tribulations for Orange City as Emus get better warm up match


02/4/2014

ORANGE City’s preparation for the round one, grand final rematch with the Boars in Parkes has taken a hit, with the two-time undefeated Blowes Clothing Cup premiers suffering a trial loss to Orange Emus last Saturday. Not prepared to read a great deal into trial form following the loss to the Greens and Endeavour Oval,
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Trial vs Orange City this weekend


27/3/2014

Previously this was set to be a trial against Parkes, but  due to lack of player numbers from the other end this game was unfortunately called off. The same thing happened with Orange City as they were set to play Cumnock who also pulled out. So Emus will be hosting Orange City this weekend to
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Local Derby Trial : Orange Clubs turn to each other for final pre-season hit out


27/3/2014

IS there such thing as a friendly, local derby match? The Central West Rugby Union community is about to find out, with Orange Emus and Orange City to face-off in the final pre-season hit-out for both clubs on Saturday at Endeavour Oval. Minus a throng of opens and under 20s Central West representatives courtesy of
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Foxtel is working


13/3/2014

Emus has Foxtel again. The club will be open tomorrow night (friday the 14th of March) and will be showing the super rugby for anyone that is interested so get on down and have a couple of beers and a bite and watch the game. Should be awesome

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Important times for Randwick Trial this weekend


05/3/2014

Senior players note these important times for this saturday. 1. Be at emus no later than 11am Saturday to welcome Randwick colts and run juniors clinic. 2. Trial – all be back at emus by 2.30 pm (lower grades) and 3.30 (first grade) for trial prep. matches are at 3.30 pm and 5pm. 3. 7.30
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Incentive for Senior Players to pay fees for 2014 season


05/3/2014

The Club is keen to ensure that we collect all Seniors players subscriptions in a timely way. Therefore the Board has resolved that any Senior player who pays his fees prior to the First Competition game will receive a player pass that entitles him to free entry to all home games. So please pay your
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Job opportunity at Emus


05/3/2014

The Club is looking to hire someone to work behind the bar on Seniors game days and for functions. If you or anyone you know might be interested please get in touch with the Club at the email address  orangeemus@yahoo.com.au

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Foxtel at the club and Changes at the club


05/3/2014

Following the resignation of Clive Sisley as Secretary Manager, Donna Roberts has put in a power of work in getting the Clubhouse in order and she is to be congratulated on her dedication and hard work. In some exciting news we are thrilled to announce that Donna has been able to negotiate a special deal
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Change of training day


02/3/2014

As of this week (first week of March) senior training days have been changed from monday and wednesday to tuesday and thursday.   Repeating senior training is now on Tuesday Thursday, same start time. 6 pm to start at 6.15

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Emus juniors set to boost club numbers


21/2/2014

  ORANGE Emus Junior Rugby Club president Geoff Potts is hopeful a strong 2014 season will continue to see the club prosper well into the future. The junior Greens will host their first sign-on day of the upcoming winter this afternoon at Endeavour Oval and Potts, also coaching the club’s under 13s in 2014, is
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On a sad note


12/2/2014

We wish to express our condolences to Clive Sisley and his mother Caro and brother Henry for their recent very sad loss. Alan Sisley was the long serving Director of Orange Regional Gallery and will be sorely missed by the Orange community, particularly those involved with the Arts. Alan’s funeral will be held this Friday
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Orange Emus Chase Cup Revival


12/2/2014

  ORANGE Emus are hoping the same-same but different approach will trigger a Blowes Clothing Cup revival of sorts at Endeavour Oval. The club unveiled its coaching team for the upcoming season and, with Andrew Logan again in charge as head coach with Graydon Staniforth, Mal Nutt and Paul Ringland assisting, not a lot has
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Emus colts back on track


12/2/2014

ENDING a bleak period for the club’s colts contingent, Orange Emus under 21s coach Ross Beasley says his side will “absolutely” field a full team week-in, week-out in 2014. Since winning the under 21s premierships in 2009, Emus have failed to consistently field a side in the Central West Rugby Union colts competition. This year,
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Working Bee including home change room revamp.


04/2/2014

Emus will be having a working be on Sunday the 23rd of February at 9am. There will be several jobs to do on the day so the more people that can help out the better. We will also be looking at revamping the Home change room, so if you have any ideas to contribute or
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2014 Wallas Draw added


02/2/2014

The draw for this years Wallas has been posted in the Calender section of this website under Draws. Click on the link to find a printable version of the draw.

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2014 Senior Draw


15/1/2014

The 2014 Senior Draw for the Blowes Clothing Cup has been added in the Draw section of the Calendar section. It is up to date as of the 15.1.14. Open it and print it out if you wish. Also if you don’t want to print it out but want to access the draw easier the
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Orange’s five biggest games to start the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup


13/1/2014

TO paraphrase an old saying – you don’t win premierships in April. It’s as true in the Blowes Clothing Cup as it is in any other football code. Filling the trophy cabinet is all about peaking in September, timing your run so that you’re playing your best when the stakes are highest. But it’s also true
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Orange Emus do the hard yards early


13/1/2014

  DESPERATE to avoid a year like the club endured in 2013, Orange Emus coach Andrew Logan says a better pre-season preparation will hold the greens in good stead come kick-off of the 2014 Blowes Clothing Cup. Aiming to hit the ground running come round one on Saturday, April 5, Emus already have four planned
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Blue Bulls (Senior) Trials


10/1/2014

Blue Bulls trials will be held in Dubbo at Apex Oval on Sunday the 19th of January at 4pm. Please pass this message onto team mates and players who are interested or may be interested in trialing. Feel free to call Matt McRobert (Coach) if you have any questions on 0409120724

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Pre-Season Training


06/1/2014

Happy New Year everybody. There isn’t long until the start of the season. Trials are already posted up and can be seen in the events section. Pre season training will begin on Monday the 10th of February at 6.30pm. For those wanting to get a head start on training the gym is open 3 mornings
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Trial dates


31/12/2013

Hi all. As we go into the new year we are faced with the awesome realization that there are only 8 weeks to go until the footy season kicks off. The trials have been finalised  and will also be placed in the Events section of the webpage. More information will be posted as it is
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Legends of Twickenham


07/11/2013

ENGLAND celebrated their 2003 Rugby World Cup win by recording another victory over Australia last week. Orange Emus’ Andrew Logan and Graydon Staniforth tried to prevent another English victory when the England and Australian Legends clashed in a charity match in London last Thursday. Logan and Staniforth were lucky enough to be a part of
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Working Bee


07/11/2013

There will be a working bee at the Grounds on Sunday 24 November 2013 commencing at 10.00 am and that many hands make light work.

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