The big guns are coming to town – don’t miss out on the best wheelchair rugby in Australia.
Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April, the Fierce 4 Rugby national competition invades the Caroline Springs Leisure Centre.
Round 1 of this series was won by Victoria Protect Thunder in Canberra last month, and we will be hard to beat.
The ETU Sparx will debut in this round. This development team is where up-coming talent will have a chance to shine on the national stage.
This round features teams from Queensland, NSW and Victoria:
- GIO NSW Gladiators
- Suncorp QLD Cyclones
- VIC Protect Thunder
- VIC ETU Sparx
Fierce 4 Rugby – Melbourne Round
When: Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April, 10am – 4pm
Where: Caroline Springs Leisure Centre, Caroline Springs (Map)
Victoria Protect Wheelchair Rugby Cup
The toughest sport on wheels is back in town! Download your copy of the 2017 season guide, complete with the fixture, basic rules of play and captains’ profiles.
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Partnership with VRU
We are proud partners with the Victorian Rugby Union to strengthen the community support of wheelchair rugby, opening this exciting sport to new spectators and fans. The competing teams in the Victoria Protect Wheelchair Rugby Cup have the names and club colours of four of Victoria’s strongest rugby union clubs as part of the growing ties between the two sports.
Meet the teams
How To Get Involved
We run weekly training sessions as part of the Protect Victorian Wheelchair Rugby Cup for those who are keen to get involved or compete.
If you want to learn how to play wheelchair rugby, come along to a Wednesday night training session at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, from 7pm.
If you would like more information about wheelchair rugby, from local training and championships, to state, national and international competitions, contact our Wheelchair Rugby Coordinator – Jason Lees