Your Community Rugby Club
Waimea Old Boys Rugby Football Club Inc was established in 1896. We have strong links with the Waimea/Tasman community and pride ourselves on being Your Community Rugby Club.
Our Motto – “Play Hard, Play Fair!”
The Meaning of the Club Emblem
The Ship – Represents the arrival of the Waimea surveyors, Thompson & Barnicoat
The Waves – The Club’s proximity to the sea.
The Yellow Line Between the Waves – Our favourable climate conditions.
The Lamb – The pastoral wealth of the Waimeans.
The Swan – Derived from the Richmond (Surrey) Coat-of-Arms (from the armorial bearings of Richmond-On-Thmas, Surrey, England, from whence the name Richmond derives.
Here are the life members of Waimea Old Boys RFC and their year of induction, recognised for their outstanding contribution to the club.
Here are some photos from the early days of WOBRFC.
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