Old Collegians Rugby Union Club
Past Club President, Member (AM) in the general division of the Order of Australia, 2006
Pre-war player. Helped rebuild the club after the war.
Member of Collegians since 1988, Chairman of SARU 1994 to 2005
Club President in 1967. Awarded Military Medal while serving in Burma during World War II
Obituaries & Eulogies & Article from the Sunday Mail, May 18th 1975
Brigadier Frederick Alexander Burrows, D.S.O., M.C., M.M., E.D., Polish Mily. Cross. Served in Gallipoli. Commanded the 2/13th at Tobruk. From Private to Brigadier. Vice-Pres. of the club in 1945
Long time club member and match report writer from the early 1960s to 2000s
Ken was only briefly a member of OCRFC but his devotion to Rugby in SA deserves he be listed.
Wallaby half back in 17 tests. OCRFC 1970 Premiership.
Former club captain/coach and second-row who contributed to the rebuilding of Collegians' and University clubs after the 1939-45 war. A well-known Adelaide Surgeon. Died on Anzac Day 2006.
President for part of 1948, member of long-standing
With Len Perkins rebuilt the club in 1945
Wallaby captain & no. 8. Opthalmologist & non-playing club member & supporter.
Wallaby - 21 tests 1968-73 - played for Collegians in 1977
Former 1st XV fullback. Killed in Phuoc Tuy February 1967.
Long- term part-time player when on leave from the Gurkhas
Queensland representative prior to 1997.
With Lloyd Jackman rebuilt the club in 1945
South African-born flanker. Played for The Stormers.
First XV Captain 1962
Melbourne Rebels in 2013, previously Stade Francais.
Selected for Fijian national side, 2008
Inaugural player of 1937 and a life devoted to Rugby.
Player, club coach, state coach, coach of Portuguese side Coimbra
Collegians' player from Juniors to Seniors. From 2008, playing with T'gooi in Amsterdam. Son of Rob Sadler (above)
Obituary & Perpetual Trophy
Wallabies who went from us to play for Australia or Wallabies who came to us to play