2022 bowral rugby coaches

2022 Senior Coaching Staff Announced

2022 Senior Coaching Staff Announced

Our Club Coach Steve Talbot has confirmed the coaching lineup for the 2022 season along with an exciting new development programme for Colts and Juniors

The senior coaching lineup comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience from all aspects of the game. “As a club we are very lucky to have this quality of coaches putting their hands up to get involved,” Steve said. “The individuals are very experienced across all levels of rugby, and we feel confident heading into what is a very important season for us”

Steve Talbot – Club Coach – Steve’s playing career started at the Bowral Blacks and then he continued on to play for the Southern Districts, Waratahs and Aust 7’s Player.  He then went on to become head coach at the Waratah Academy and coached at Southern Districts, Eastern Suburbs, and Manly

Gregg Mumm – Head Coach – Greg has previously coached at Sydney Uni, Norths, Waratahs, Fiji and the Blacks Premiership side in 2018

Grade Assistant Coaches

Gene Fairbanks – Gene is an ex-Brumbies and Western Force Player and was the head coach in 2018 when Bowral won the premiership.

Ben Hindmarsh – Ben is an Eastern Suburbs former Player and was the Premiership winning 2nd grade Bowral coach

Tim Small  – Tim is a former first grade captain and coach of Bowral First Grade and has only just finished playing. He is very experienced in Country and Sydney rugby

James King – James is an experienced player following a career in Sydney with West Harbour and he has been involved with Blacks for 2 years

Steve will be heading up our new Colts and Junior Academy for 2022 so any 18–20-year old’s who are interested in playing to please contact Steve via steve.talbot@bowralrugby.com.au.

The first Pre-season training will be Saturday 29th Jan 8.00 am. Followed by Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-8 pm

Our first Trial is on 5th March at home with the season kicking off on March 26th with our first home game of the season on April 2nd which also hosts our annual ‘Back to Bowral Day’