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Welcome to 2019

Welcome to 2019

21/02/2019, Western Australia, Rugby, Pindan Premier League, Article # 28566678

Welcome to 2019

To all Players, Members, past-Members and Sponsors,

This is just a quick note to keep you up to date with matters arising for the Committee.

Welcome to the 2019 Season, that time of the year is upon us again, Super Rugby has started which usually heralds the start of the pre-season training runs for those aspiring to play Prems and Reserves.

It also marks the start for all club members to start marking off their calendars with important dates for the season with these questions being in the top three

1 When does Steak Night Start

Ans – 28th March naturally, First comp game is the 30th Mar at home v Curtin

2 Is there a free sausage sizzle on Thursday nights of pre-season

Ans – Yes but only if you put yourself through the coaches punishing training session, then you’ll wish you had spent more time in the gym rather than having several beers at the OBH.

3 When is the first third half lunch and who will be speaking

Ans – Sign up to the Third half and find out, or contact Rod “Rocket” Jones or Josh “The Mad Scientist” Mylne

There are more important dates coming later in the year and we will keep you posted.

Playing Matters

Coach Ra and his group have been working hard in the offseason to recruit locally and OS some fresh fit young blood into the club:

Please keep an eye out for the following new faces, and please make them welcome into the Neddies Family

Jonathan Tiueti
Kaleb Whakataka
David “Duck” Neilson
Jack Byrne
Jackson Neilson
Teegan Minkley

Tuki Raimona

The season will be a cracker and made more interesting now that Curtin Uni have come to the table and entered the premier division.

The first Comp game is 30 Mar at the club v  Curtin who make their Premier grade debut.

Sponsorship

Our club could not operate or even exist without the generous and unflinching support of our Sponsors, a Big Thankyou to all our Current, Future, and Past sponsors for making the contributions that has kept this club going over the years.

Matt Caporn and Josh Aislabie our joint Sponsorship Officers will be drumming up further sponsorship prior to the season start, if you are interested in sponsoring the club which means you also get to support anyone of the club sides (apart from Prems and Reserves as they are locked in already).

Once again we are extremely thankful that Kent and Tanya Swick from Swick Mining have come on board as our Platinum sponsor for the 2019 year.

A big thank-you to the long term sponsors of the club:

Instant Scaffolds – who I think have employed most of the clubs Premier grade for the last 15-20 seasons – Many Thanks Muzz and Chrissy Mclean

Consillium Financial – Ken and Shona Read

Trident Insurance – Ric Wolozny

Travel Directors

Multi-Fix WA – “Sexy” Rex Julian

Shelf – Subsea – Pete Malcolm

Lawleys Bakery – Trefor and Sara Thomas

Snap Printing – Chris Oddie

QBE – our Long Lunch Sponsor for 2019

For some of the younger members of the club with their own business please join some of your fellow players already sponsoring the club, thanks go to

Fresh Cut Carpentry – Chris McLean.

Social Functions

The Social Organising Committee have had two very fruitful meetings and have penciled in some rather adventurous ideas for post match functions at the club this season.

All I can say is watch this space for these interesting functions.

QBE Spirit Of Rugby Long Lunch – 9th August Crown Hotel Grand Ballroom

For many of us rugby tragics this is the one we have been dreaming of since our First test Match hosted here in Perth waaaaaay back in 1998, a Bledisloe here in Perth.

Well its happening and Nedlands true to form has organised a cracker of a lunch at the Crown Grand Ballroom.

So book yourself and nine mates a table because its time to dust off that old All blacks Jersey, don the black Adidas tracky bottoms and your best jandals and get down to the best pre-game luncheon in Perth.

Richard and Lisa Vaughan and their fellow organisers have put together a fantastic afternoon for everyones enjoyment so get along, book a table it is going to be a cracker!!

Tickets – $190 / head, or $1,900 for a table (This is the best value for money event to go to by a long shot).

Lets make it the best event to be at.

Working Bee

We are planning a working bee for late Feb Early Mar we need as many helpers as possible and will keep you posted.

Yours in Rugby

Bob Somerville, President

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QBE Spirit of Rugby Long Lunch: A letter to Club Members from Chris Lowson

QBE Spirit of Rugby Long Lunch: A letter to Club Members from Chris Lowson

12/02/2019, Western Australia, Rugby, Pindan Premier League, Article # 28508298

This is early notice for all club members to put a big mark beside Friday August 9th in your diaries, as this is the date of Neddies’ annual Test match lunch – known as the QBE Spirit of Rugby Long Lunch. 

 

In 2019, our lunch will be starting the biggest weekend of rugby in the history of WA – when the mighty Wallabies take on the All Blacks for the Bledisloe Cup at Perth (Optus) Stadium on Saturday 10th August, just a few weeks before the Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan. I think the game is already a sellout.

 

I’m sending this out early for two reasons. Firstly, I want to give you the chance to reserve a place at this lunch which could well sell out, and secondly, as there will be a number of lunches on that day, I want to be sure that you don’t get confused about which lunch is which and buy tickets to the non-genuine article – the proceeds from this one go directly to our Club to foster the development of grass-roots rugby. Also, it’s an awful lot cheaper than others on offer.

 

As is the case for all our lunches, this one will feature the very best of rugby speakers including Fox Sports host Nick McArdle, Wallabies legend George Gregan and great AB Andrew Mehrtens, with All Black coach Steve Hansen also appearing.

 

There will be tens of thousands of visitors in Perth that weekend, mainly from the eastern states and New Zealand. If you are going to be hosting visitors, please also remember to include them in your plans for the lunch. 

 

Also talk to your mates / clients in Perth about forming a table or joining one of ours – this is  an event not to be missed!

 

As I said, it is early days but I urge you to talk to others and book a place. You can reserve a table by completing and submitting the attached form.

Looking forward to seeing you at Crown on 9th August.

QBE_LongLunch_Booking_Form

Chris Lowson

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Nedlands Mourns One of its Own VALE – Tim Nelson (1992-1995)

Nedlands Mourns One of its Own VALE – Tim Nelson (1992-1995)

01/02/2019, Western Australia, Rugby, Pindan Premier League, Article # 28436033

The Nedlands Family is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Tim Nelson (Player 1992 – 1995) yesterday the 29th January.

Our deepest and sincerest condolences to his wife Laure and their 3 children Luca, Lily and Hugo.

Tim played Colts and grade rugby to 1st grade during the mid 1990s. 

A tall bustling 2nd rower who learnt his craft at Nedlands before heading to France to play and study, he went on to become a successful business man in Europe before settling in Mauritius.

He will be fondly remembered by those who knew him at Nedlands.

The Nedlands Family

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Palmyra Rugby 2019 Pre-Season

Palmyra Rugby 2019 Pre-Season

23/01/2019, Western Australia, Rugby, Pindan Premier League, Article # 28398611
It's that time of year - time to dust of those rugby boots and get yourself back down to The Oasis!

http://www.palmyrarugby.com.au/news/palmyra-rugby-2019-pre-season-2388794.html
Extended Junior Wallabies squad gearing up for 2019

Extended Junior Wallabies squad gearing up for 2019

23/01/2019, Western Australia, Rugby, Pindan Premier League, Article # 28398372
Australia's Junior Wallabies will convene for the first time in 2019 in a Canberra camp next week featuring two Palm Tree boys!

http://www.palmyrarugby.com.au/news/extended-junior-wallabies-squad-gearing-up-for-201-2388766.html
Australia Day @ The Oasis

Australia Day @ The Oasis

23/01/2019, Western Australia, Rugby, Pindan Premier League, Article # 28398344
Australia Day Long Weekend and the club is open for the fireworks.

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Aspiring Player Meeting – 2019

Aspiring Player Meeting – 2019

22/01/2019, Western Australia, Rugby, Pindan Premier League, Article # 28395075

H A P P Y N E W Y E A R!

Hey lads,

Hope you’ve all had a good break! Most of you guys are back into the swing of things running off the Christmas beers which is great to see.

Thursday 31st Jan 6:15pm meeting at the clubhouse

Go through our:
Pre season planning including camp.
S&C program
Season planning
Coaches Introduction
New players Introductions

A word from our President and Captain

BBQ & couple beers/soft drinks

Also try on sizes for extra kit

Hope you’re all enjoying what’s left of your off season, look forward to seeing you guys Thursday 31st and more importantly…. 5th February

👌🏾

Neddies

🦁

2019 GET IT

🤙🏾

See you on 31 Jan at 6.15pm

Also note that trials are now on the following dates

16 Mar V Assoc (@Home)

23 Mar V Wests (@Home)

First Competition Game

30 Mar v Curtin (@ Home)

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O'Dowd wins first round, Trade Hire Karri Rally

O'Dowd wins first round, Trade Hire Karri Rally

28/03/2018, Western Australia, Motorsport - Rally, Rally WA, Article # 26221646
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John O'Dowd. Photo: Maximum Motorsport / Gemma Lucas

O'Dowd wins first round, Trade Hire Karri Rally

 
On Saturday, the season opener of the CAMS Onslow Contracting WA Rally Championship (WARC), the Trade Hire Karri Rally, was held in Nyamup, east of Manjimup.
 
Maximum Motorsport driver John O’Dowd and co-driver Tom Wilde, who is also reigning WA Rally State Champion, finished first at the Trade Hire Karri Rally, winning three stages and finishing second on the other four in a 2007 Subaru Impreza WRX STI.
 
O’Dowd said that he enjoyed the rally and he was happy with a win in round one, gaining some valuable points going into the Make Smoking History Forest Rally next month.
 
“It was a good rally with good stages. The long 35-kilometre stage was enjoyable and it was good to get the fastest time – it was a little technical and rough in patches, it had a bit of everything,” O’Dowd said.
 
“The car ran faultless all day, it was prepared well by Maximum Motorsport and it’s a great car to drive – I felt good in the car this time.
 
“Tom did a good job - I’ve had him co-drive for me once before and we work well together.”
 
Last year, O’Dowd narrowly missed the title in a battle with Wilde who won the Championship in a 2WD car, making history in the process. But for the Trade Hire Karri Rally and the WA round of the Australian Rally Championship, the Make Smoking History Forest Rally in Busselton in April, the rivals are teammates, with Wilde as co-driver.
 
O’Dowd’s regular co-driver Ken Shiel is unable to compete due to work commitments.
 
Finishing 1:05 minutes behind O’Dowd in second place was Stephen Oxley and Michael Wood in their 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI.
 
Oxley said that they had a great day despite damaging the front steering arm at the start of the second stage.
 
“Unfortunately that damage put the alignment out for the rest of the day, but we battled on,” Oxley said.
 
“There was a lot of dust but the stages were good, some fast and flowing sections and a really mixed long stage.”
 
Oxley said that he would be competing at the Make Smoking History Forest Rally, which is also a round of the CAMS Australian Rally Championship and he hopes to contest the remaining rounds of the WARC.
 
Nic Box and Todd Payne finished first in the 2WD Championship and third overall in a 1993 Nissan Silvia S13, 1:43 minutes slower than the winner.

For more information and results visit www.rallywa.com
Oxley / Wood. Photo: Tim Allot
Box / Payne. Photo: CMR Photogrpahic
WA 2WD Championship
 
Nic Box and Todd Payne finished first in the 2WD Championship and third overall in a 1993 Nissan Silvia S13, 1:43 minutes slower than the winner.
 
The duo had to concede second place in WARC after their map reading light failed, making it impossible to read pace notes in the dark.
 
Box said it was one of the best rallies he has ever competed in.
 
“The roads were perfect with a mixture of high speed and high grip mostly, with a few rough bits that weren’t an issue; most of the stages suited me and my car and that showed in the results,” Box said.  
 
“Our wipers stopped on the first stage but we fixed them and we had one flat tyre after hitting a rock near the end of a stage so we didn’t lose any real time.
 
“I couldn’t be happier – the rally is a credit to all who organised it and helped – it ran like clockwork.”
 
Box will be part of the service crew for Adam Kaplan at Make Smoking History Forest Rally after Box sold Kaplan his Nissan 370Z, as such, Box is unable to compete. His next event is the Rally of the Heartland in South Australia.
 
Second place in the 2WD Championship went to Michael Joss and Megan Logue in a 1999 Nissan Silvia S15, 3:04 minutes behind Box / Payne. 
 
Rounding out the top three was Alex and Lisa White in a 1989 Nissan Silvia S13, 10:06 minutes slower than Box / Payne.
 
Alex White said that his car performed perfectly, even through the rough patches.
 
“At the first service we found that the cap to our power steering had popped off and the radiator fan had been pushed into the top of the shroud following a rough section in second stage, but that was the worst of it for us really,” White said.
 
“We struggled through the night stages with our lights as we didn't have the spread and couldn't see into dips or tops of crests which resulted in dropping two minutes on one stage alone. Our notes where pretty good, but it wasn't worth making a mistake so we backed off and did our best.
 
“The roads were a really nice combination of technical, tight, open, and fast sections – the organisers have done a great job at finding new roads for this rally.
 
“I was also really pleased to see the return of the village accommodation, along with the central service park and ceremonial finish, which allows us to all catch up and hear each other’s stories – the rally community spirit is really important to the future of our sport. We are now looking forward to Forest Rally.”
 
Alex White said that they have struggled the last few years to compete due to work commitments, but this year their aim is to compete in the all the WA 2WD Championship rounds. 
Michael Joss/Melissa Logue. Photo: Tim Allot
White / White. Photo: Tim Allot
Vass / Burton. Photo: Tim Allot
Clubman Masters and Clubman Club series
 
Winners of the Clubman Cup were Stephen Vass and Ashley Burton in a 1972 Datsun 1600 who finished just 0:12 ahead of Graeme and Kathy Miles in a 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer. Rounding out the top three was Kevin and Aaron Hollingsworth in their 2007 Suzuki Swift, 3:48 minutes behind the quickest pace.
 
For Vass, this was his first time competing as a driver having spent four years as a co-driver.
 
“I did drive in a rally last year but retired during the first stage, so that didn’t count. I’ve tried all sorts of racing and rally driving is my favourite – as they say, a bad day rallying is still better than a good day at work,” said the Proprietor of Maddington Auto Repairs and sponsor of the car.
 
“We had no problems, the car ran well and it’ll be ready and firing for Forest Rally.”
 
In the Clubman Masters, a Ford finished first over a Datsun. Carl and Tracey Rattenbury were quickest in their 1974 Ford Escort, 11:33 minutes ahead of Chris and Kelsey Gerdei in their 1974 Datsun 180B.
 
The picturesque Trade Hire Karri Rally took place on State Forest roads for the first time in 30 years with 118 kilometres of competitive stages, 194 kilometres in total. The longest stage of the rally was also the longest stage in the WARC at 35 kilometres.

The next round is the Make Smoking History Forest Rally held from 27th to 29th April 2018 in Busselton and Nannup; it is also a round of the CAMS Australian Rally Championship.
 
For more information and results visit www.rallywa.com
 
 RESULTS
 
Overall WARC
Pos No Crew Vehicle Total
Gap 1st 
1 5 O'DOWD
WILDE
Subaru
Impreza WRX STI
1:17:21.7
+
2 4 OXLEY
WOOD
Subaru
Impreza WRX STI
1:18:27.6
+01:05.9
3 6 BOX
PAYNE
Nissan
Silvia S13
1:19:05.1
+01:43.4
 
 
Overall 2WD
Pos No Crew Vehicle Total
Gap 1st 
1 6 BOX
PAYNE
Nissan
Silvia S13
1:19:05.1
+
2 8 JOSS
LOGUE
Nissan
Silvia S15
1:22:09.7
+03:04.6
3 10 WHITE
WHITE
Nissan
Silvia S13
1:29:11.3
+10:06.2
 
 
Overall Clubman Cup
Pos No Crew Vehicle Total
Gap 1st 
1 29 VASS
BURTON
Datsun
1600
50:23.0
+
2 28 MILES
MILES
Mitsubishi
Lancer
50:35.2
+00:12.2
3 31 HOLLINGSWORTH
HOLLINGSWORTH
Suzuki
Swift
54:11.0
+03:48.0
 
 
Overall Clubman Masters
Pos No Crew Vehicle Total
Gap 1st 
1 25 RATTENBURY
RATTENBURY
Ford
Escort Mk1
47:03.2
+
2 26 GERDEI
GERDEI
Datsun
180B
58:37.1
+11:33.9
Rattenbury / Rattenbury. Photo: Tim Allot

 


2018 Onslow Contracting Western Australian Rally Championship 
 
Round 1:  24 March 2018 - Trade Hire Karri Rally, Manjimup 
Round 2:  27-29 April 2018 – Make Smoking History Forest Rally, Busselton & Nannup 
Round 3:  3 June 2018 - MRF Tyres Boddington Safari, Boddington
Round 4:  7 July 2018 - Wheels on Yirrigan Kumho Tyre Kirup Rally, Kirup
Round 5:  15 September 2018 – Make Smoking History Experts Cup, Collie 
Round 6:  10 November 2018, Darling 200, Jarrahdale (2WD and Clubman Cup only)

 
The WA Rally Championship has three main categories and awards trophies to top finishers in each sub category:
 

  1. WA State Rally Championship
    All events are one day that start at 1pm and typically finish around 9pm.Night rallying is a feature.
    1. 4WD category
    2. 2WD category
    3. State Challenge – restricted 2WD category (no recce / pace notes)
 
  1. Clubman Cup
    Clubman Cup is half the length / distance of the WA State Rally Championships. This category is more accessible to enthusiasts and encourages those without the budget to compete in the WA State Rally Championships to rally.
    1. 2WD category – no recce / pace notes
 
  1. State Rookie Driver and Co-Driver
    1. WA State Rally Rookie Driver
    2. WA State Rally Rookie Co-Driver
    3. Clubman Cup Rookie Driver
    4. Clubman Cup Rookie Co-Driver
 
  1. Points
For each place from 1 to 20, the following points allocated to the overall Rally WA championship. There is a championship for drivers and one for co-drivers:
 
Place Championship Points   Place Championship Points
1st 80   11th 20
2nd 68   12th 18
3rd 60   13th 16
4th 52   14th 14
5th 44   15th 12
6th 40   16th 10
7th 36   17th 8
8th 32   18th 6
9th 28   19th 4
10th 24   20th 2

 
 

2018 CAMS Australian Rally Championship
 
Round 1:  3-4 March – Eureka Rally, Ballarat, VIC
Round 2:  27-29 April – Forest Rally, Busselton, WA
Round 3:  1-3 June – Netier National Capital Rally (APRC), Canberra, ACT
Round 4:  27-29 July – Rally Tasmania, TAS*
Round 5:  21-23 September – Adelaide Hills Rally, Adelaide Hills, SA
Round 6:  15-18 November – Rally Australia, Coffs Coast, NSW


 
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Rally season gets underway in WA with Trade Hire Karri Rally

Rally season gets underway in WA with Trade Hire Karri Rally

21/03/2018, Western Australia, Motorsport - Rally, Rally WA, Article # 26147445
 
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John O'Dowd. Photo: Maximum Motorsport / Aaron Wishart

Rally season gets underway in WA with Trade Hire Karri Rally

 
This weekend the season opener of the Onslow Contracting Western Australian Rally Championship (WARC), the Trade Hire Karri Rally, will be held in Nyamup, east of Manjimup on Saturday 24 March 2018.
 
The picturesque rally will take place on State Forest roads with 118 kilometres of competitive stages, 194 kilometres in total, compromising of three stages run multiple times.
 
The longest stage in the Trade Hire Karri Rally is also the longest stage in the WARC at 35 kilometres and will be run twice. There are two shorter stages, Toponup is just under 18 kilometres run twice and Cormint which is a short and sharp 3.57 kilometre stage that will be run three times.
 
Clerk of Course Ross Tapper said competitors would be on a level playing field.
 
“The rally is taking place in a unique area that we haven’t used for rallies for over 30 years,” Tapper said.
 
“At the end of the longest stage of the Championship, competitors will know that they have been physically and mentally challenged.
 
“The stages are tight and twisty with very challenging and good quality roads.
 
“Nyamup is an original Bunnings timber town but there’s nothing left there now except a few privately owned cottages, most of which are used as holiday rentals, and peace and quiet – that is until the rally comes through!” Tapper quipped.
 
“There are three spectator points walking distance from the Service Park in Nyamup making it easy for family, friends and rally fans to enjoy a day out in beautiful countryside - spectators should plan to arrive before the first car, which is due just after 1pm.
 
“The weather is looking perfect, not too hot with slight wind, it should be a beautiful weekend for a rally.”
 
Maximum Motorsport driver John O'Dowd finished runner-up in the 2017 championship; this year his eyes are set firmly on a state title.
 
“I've got some unfinished business in the state series,” O’Dowd said.
 
“I came within two points of winning last year, so I'll be going all out to claim the title this year.”
 
Last year, O’Dowd narrowly missed the title in a battle with Tom Wilde who won the Championship in a 2WD car, making history in the process. But for the Trade Hire Karri Rally and the WA round of the Australian Rally Championship, the Make Smoking History Forest Rally in Busselton in April, the rivals will once again become teammates, with Wilde stepping in as co-driver.
 
“It will be great to have Tom sitting in the co-driver’s seat again. Tom and I have teamed up in the past, and it will be great having him back in the car,” O’Dowd said.
 
O’Dowd’s regular co-driver Ken Shiel is unable to compete due to work commitments.
 
Last year’s state champion Wilde said that he was happy to be in a car this season
 
“Of course I’d rather be driving, but finances and time prevent it. I’m happy to be co-driver for John for a couple of rallies and we’ll see what happens from there.”
 
For more information and results visit www.rallywa.com
Michael Joss/Melissa Logue. Photo: CMR Photographic
Stephen Oxley. Photo: CMR Photographic
John O'Dowd / Kenneth Shiel. Photo: BTeamRallyMedia GollyPhoto

NOTES TO EDITORS

High resolution images available to download from Dropbox here
or contact Dianne Bortoletto dianne@prontopr.com.au 


2018 Onslow Contracting Western Australian Rally Championship 
 
Round 1:  24 March 2018 - Trade Hire Karri Rally, Manjimup 
Round 2:  27-29 April 2018 – Make Smoking History Forest Rally, Busselton & Nannup 
Round 3:  3 June 2018 - MRF Tyres Boddington Safari, Boddington
Round 4:  7 July 2018 - Wheels on Yirrigan Kumho Tyre Kirup Rally, Kirup
Round 5:  15 September 2018 – Make Smoking History Experts Cup, Collie 
Round 6:  10 November 2018, Darling 200, Jarrahdale (2WD and Clubman Cup only)

 
The WA Rally Championship has three main categories and awards trophies to top finishers in each sub category:
 

  1. WA State Rally Championship
    All events are one day that start at 1pm and typically finish around 9pm.Night rallying is a feature.
    1. 4WD category
    2. 2WD category
    3. State Challenge – restricted 2WD category (no recce / pace notes)
 
  1. Clubman Cup
    Clubman Cup is half the length / distance of the WA State Rally Championships. This category is more accessible to enthusiasts and encourages those without the budget to compete in the WA State Rally Championships to rally.
    1. 2WD category – no recce / pace notes
 
  1. State Rookie Driver and Co-Driver
    1. WA State Rally Rookie Driver
    2. WA State Rally Rookie Co-Driver
    3. Clubman Cup Rookie Driver
    4. Clubman Cup Rookie Co-Driver
 
  1. Points
For each place from 1 to 20, the following points allocated to the overall Rally WA championship. There is a championship for drivers and one for co-drivers:
 
Place Championship Points   Place Championship Points
1st 80   11th 20
2nd 68   12th 18
3rd 60   13th 16
4th 52   14th 14
5th 44   15th 12
6th 40   16th 10
7th 36   17th 8
8th 32   18th 6
9th 28   19th 4
10th 24   20th 2

 
 

2018 CAMS Australian Rally Championship
 
Round 1:  3-4 March – Eureka Rally, Ballarat, VIC
Round 2:  27-29 April – Forest Rally, Busselton, WA
Round 3:  1-3 June – Netier National Capital Rally (APRC), Canberra, ACT
Round 4:  27-29 July – Rally Tasmania, TAS*
Round 5:  21-23 September – Adelaide Hills Rally, Adelaide Hills, SA
Round 6:  15-18 November – Rally Australia, Coffs Coast, NSW

 
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