The UNSW Raiders executive are excited to be opening a new field of coaching where we look to have existing players to take on the roles of assistant coaches throughout the teams. You will be assisting with Mens, Womens, Colts or Youth (your choice) in any capacity to improve your skills as a player and possible future full time coach. Why would you want to be an assistant coach? There
UNSW Raiders played with passion and heart throughout a nail-biting game against a tough opposition. Sadly, the scoreboard truely doesn’t reflect the success and culture within this club. Thank you to all that follow us, support us in various ways and cheer us on. We hope to see you all back with us for 2020 so rest up and enjoy your offseason!
UNSW Raiders defeated the Northern Sydney Rebels 22 – 8
Both the UNSW Raiders Men’s and Women’s team are going to represent in their respective bowl games the Warratah Bowl and the Opal Bowl next weekend! Firstly the Women’s secured a spot in the final with a tough win against the Sydney Uni Lions defeating them 28-16. Later in the day the UNSW Raiders Men’s secured their spot in the Waratah Bowl for the second year in a row beating
The UNSW Colts bowed out of the 2019 competition yesterday after making to the first round finals against the Sutherland Seahawks. Trying to fight back in the second half from a 20-0 deficit, the Colts put two TD’s on the board but couldn’t peg back the scoreline ending their season. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the guys for their hard work and never give up determination.
Today UNSW Raider and New York Wolves Gridiron athlete Kira-Lea Dargin hosted the Girls in Sport Festival at Bankwest Stadium. Kira-Lea was joined by an impressive panel of Women in Sport including Australian Rep and Roosters Captian Simaima Taufa, NSW Swifts coach Briony Akle, Australian u21 Hockey player Lexie Pickering, Cricket NSW manager Sabrina Shaideen and GWS Giants AFLW player Erin McKinnon. The host and panel discussed athletes in male