O’Byrne re-elected as Eagles President

The Eagles 53rd Annual General Meeting wrapped up with a tremendous result seeing Eoghan O'Byrne run unopposed for the club presidency. It was made clear by members in attendance that there is complete satisfaction and confidence in the club's leadership and direction. Eoghan says he's honoured to have the confidence of the board ... More

Eagles announce additional club captain

The Eagles are delighted to announce the first-ever female club captain in our 52-year history. Co-club captains Mitch Ward and Chris Grierson now have a third player representative in Julia Paterson, who was selected based on her enthusiasm for the club, ability to foster a great culture within her team, and ambition to grow the women's ... More

Thank you, Henry Speight

"I want to thank you, the club and the supporters so very much. My time with the Eagles is something I hold very close to my heart and the memories will be with me forever." Henry Speight to the Eagles administration, May 2019. This weekend on Saturday 15 June, Henry plays his first home game at GIO since announcing his move to Brisbane ... More

Ready for ‘the ultimate test’

After eight weeks of the ACT premier rugby competition, two teams sit atop the ladder with a duck-egg in the losses column. As of 5pm on Saturday June 1, only one team will remain with undefeated status. It's the age-old rivalry of Red & Black Vs. Blue, which was born in the '80s when the two clubs went head-to-head in seven consecutive ... More

Graham Johnson: Recognising 50 Years of Service

The history of the Daramalan Rugby Club and the Gungahlin Eagles Rugby Club is one of triumphs, challenges, twists and turns. In 52 years, we've seen 12 Presidents, 17 Club coaches, 26 Life Members, 520 1st-Grade Players, and a total of 1200 players along with their partners, family and friends. They all gave their heart and soul for the ... More

Dobson has a plan for Wests

As round eight rolls around in the John I Dent Cup, Ray Dobson knows the Eagles' next-man-up mentality will place them in good stead for the north-side battle. The Eagles remain atop of the JIC ladder, undefeated after seven rounds having beaten the Vikings twice, Easts, Queanbeyan and the Owls. Next up is fifth-placed Wests, whose ... More

HERITAGE ROUND: Everything you need to know

What Heritage Round is the perfect day out for the Eagles Old boys and supporters where we celebrate the club's rich history and great characters. Join us at the Nest as we take on arch-rivals, Royals, in a top of the table clash in front of what is sure to be a big crowd. When Saturday June 1, from midday. Where The Nest - ... More

Hard work starts now for the Eagles

In spectacular fashion, the Eagles overcame injury and a late sin bin to beat The Vikings at The Nest by a single point, and now narrow their focus to the Owls. In the opening minutes of the game, captain Josh Gillard was taken from the field with a shoulder injury, but it didn't prove too much of a detriment with Alex Small fearlessly ... More

Eagles’ scrum stifles Queanbeyan

The Eagles scored four tries to the Whites' one, however, the 31 - 19 scoreline suggested there is still plenty of room for improvement for the men in red and black. The highlight of the game was the Eagles scrum, one in particular pushed the Whites across their own try line before the Eagles were awarded a penalty try to take the lead ... More

Caputo: ‘We’re pleased, but under no illusions’

After the euphoria of a Round One victory at Viking Park, the message is loud and clear from Head Coach and President. The Eagles had a day to remember in the season opener against last year's champions, claiming victory with an Alex Small try after the siren to beat Tuggeranong in the 1st Grade match, only after the Eagles 2nd Grade side ... More