RugbyWA provides a way for all people from juniors, men, women and seniors to enjoy the game we all love.
Founded in 1893, the Western Australia Rugby Union (RugbyWA) is the governing body of rugby union in Western Australia with 36 clubs across the state including metro and regional providing a way for all people from juniors, men, women and seniors to enjoy the game we all love.
The RugbyWA is a not-for-profit organisation run by its shareholding organisations – WA clubs and affiliated bodies (juniors, schools, referees, women's and country rugby).
RugbyWA incorporates both high-performance and community rugby. There is no private ownership of RugbyWA with profit generated re-invested into the game at all levels in Western Australia.
WA RUGBY UNION (INC) Founded 1893, Re-formed 1928
Patron in Chief
His Excellency the Honourable Kim Beazley Governor of Western Australian
Geoffrey Stooke OAM, Malcolm McCusker QC
Bob Kucera APM, Hon. Mick Murray, MLA, Hon. Liza Harvey, MLA, Hon. Peter Tinley. AM, MLA, Chief Justice Wayne Martin, AC, D G Redpath
P Bailey, B Belfitt, Mrs V Bleakley, TJ Bradbury, Dr D Butcher, P Davies-Moore, Rev R Davis, M Day, C Fear, S Fink, B French, J Hancock, Dr B Hartley, Dr D Haultain, A Hill, G Hunt, M Hunt, Dr A Johnson, G Mickle, B Olney, Dr R Perry AM, M Penhaligon, D Procopis, D Redpath, B Reinecke, M Siddons, J Skiba, G M Stooke OAM, J Suckling, R Todman, R Trend, K Short, B Watt, A Blacker
Honourary Life Members
R Arndt, J Freemantle, C Green, J Green, R Vaughan, B Wright
Francis Williams (President), John Edwards (Chairman) Charles Fear, Dean Hely, Mark Folkard, Alison Foskett, Kevin Russell