Randwick Rugby Club
Local Clubs - South Coogee, NSW
Randwick Rugby Club located in South Coogee was established in 1882. The Club has produced many Wallabies and continues to be the most recognised Rugby Club in Australia.
Randwick Rugby Club was formed in 1882 and is one of the oldest in Australia. It was the leading club in the last decade of the nineteenth century, dropped from the first division in 1900, returned to first division for one season in 1914 and then again in 1923 when after World War 1. Randwick was the leading NSW club in the 1930s and 1940s and has been pre-eminent in Australian rugby since I959
So far, the club has produced 101 Australian representative footballers and 195 New South Wales representatives. Since 1996, when rugby went professional, 11 Randwick men have made their first appearances for Australia and 33 have made their first appearances for NSW.