Ross Reynolds


Ross Reynolds

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Former Wallaby backrower Ross Reynolds took his first steps towards lifting English national first division club Orrell into Britain's Zurich premiership in his first year with the Lancashire club when he guided them to their first-ever major trophy.

Before 75,000 spectators at Twickenham in April 2003, Orrell won the Powergen Shield with a rousing victory over National One rivals Exeter.

Reynolds ed Orrell in late 2002 after guiding Sydney University, Australia's oldest rugby club, to its first NSW premiership win in 29 years.

In the period Reynolds was Sydney University's head coach the Students won more than 75% of their matches. In 2000, the club supplied seven Super 12 players and four Wallabies. In 2001, eight Sydney University players appeared in Super 12 line-ups and three in Wallaby colours.

Prior to becoming Head Coach, Reynolds was Sydney University's Assistant first grade coach (1997-98), Australian Sevens coach (1996 and 1999), Australian Universities coach (2000 and 2001) and Gordon first grade assistant coach (1995-96). The Gordon Highlanders were Sydney premiers in 1995.

Reynolds was a regular Wallaby ion 1982 to 1987. He made his debut on the 1982 tour of New Zealand and in 1984 was a member of the historic Wallaby Grand Slam team in the United Kingdom. Two years later he was a member of the Wallaby line-up that became the first Australian team to win a series on New Zealand soil in 37 years. Reynolds also played for the Wallabies in the first-ever World Cup in 1987.

Reynolds won the Rothmans Medal and Sydney Morning Herald best-and-fairest awards in 1992.


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