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Qantas Wallabies and Argentinian Pumas train on campus

Monday, September 8 marks the beginning of a massive week of rugby at Bond University with both the Qantas Australian Wallabies and the Argentinian Pumas training on campus.

The week will culminate with the two teams clashing in a test match at Cbus Super Stadium as part of the Castrol EDGE Rugby Championships on Saturday September 13.

Continuing Bond’s commitment to the Australian Rugby Union as the Official Education Partner of the Qantas Wallabies, the team will train in a restricted access session on the Bond Rugby Fields between 2.30pm and 4pm. After witnessing players training at the highest level, spectators will have the chance to mingle with players as the team hosts a twenty minute meet and greet session.

There will be a fundraising BBQ for the Kununurra Project and the canteen will be open for anyone wishing to purchase additional food and beverage. Come down and support this Bond community event as our national team gears up for the upcoming match against Argentina and with the 2015 World Cup on the horizon.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact Jake Rischbieth on 0437 291 133 or [email protected] .

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