Club President - Scott Moroney
Scotty has been playing and involved with The Lakes Rugby Club since 1992. He has been a committee member since 1995 and has been the President of the Club for the past 15 years.
Club VP - Matthew McNair
Matty is a club legend. Starting his playing career with the club in 1996, making the incredible achievement of 400 seniors games during the 2020 season. He has been a member of the committee for the last 15 years.
Club Secretary - Kyle Lanzini
Kyle has been a player and involved with the club since the 2004 season. Kyle has been an active committee member From 2012-2021 and he has held several roles within the club, from player, coach and various roles on the committee. He has been a valued member of our club, organising Grants to upgrade our kitchen in the clubhouse, and setting up the Stillbirth Foundation Ladies Round in 2019.
Club Treasurer - Sally Tipene
Sally began her time with the club in 2006 serving as Club Secretary under then president Sam Reid. In 2007 she transitioned to Club Treasurer where she has served the club graciously ever since.
2021 Committee Members
Bri started as a spectator back in 2004 watching her now husband Chris play Rugby. Bri has been a volunteer for the Club in various capacities and has been a Seniors committee member for the past two years. Bri is a team manager for Junior teams and volunteers for the Juniors as well. Bri is committed to seeing the Club develop and prosper so that more people in our local community can experience the benefits that come with participating in sport and being part of The Lakes family.
Chris started with the club as a Junior 24 years ago in 1997. Chris has been involved with the club as a player and volunteer for a lifetime. The Club has always been family to him. Chris is a Coach for the Juniors and has been a volunteer for them since their establishment. Chris has been a committee member for five years and is proud to see the Club thriving once again.
Reihana has been at the club since a kid. Saturdays were spent watching Dad play rugby for Northlakes, and was ball boy for the clubs only 1st grade premiership in 98. He has played Junior rugby for the club winning a Grandfinal in Under 16's. Has played senior rugby at the club since 2003 with a brief hiatus in Newcastle, and was fortunate enough to be a part of The Lakes Prem 1 side that made the GF last year. This year has decided to join the committee and help improve on the great recent success's of our family club.
Marshall’s earliest memory at the club is as a 10 year old running the sand out on grand final day in 1998 in the clubs maiden first grade premiership, from there he progressed through the junior grades winning grand finals in the under 15s and 16s, Marshall has played over 100 first grade games for the club and last year took on the role of Premier 1 coach guiding the club to the 2020 Premier 1 Grand Final, Marshall decided to join the committee this year to give back to the club which has given him so much and hopefully keep the clubs success flowing for years to come.
After been at the club for more than 15 years as a player and coach. I want to take the lakes rugby club to the next level off the field as we can match them on it’s time to match them off as well . By building a bigger stronger club with the hope to make it a place players will stay at instead for having to go to Sydney clubs to be successful.
Proud supporter, committee member and player. I first started in the club through my husband who has been a player since he was a junior & now our children are 3rd generation players. Our families vision was to create a safe and loving environment where people could come together with rugby and that's what drives me today. We are not just a rugby club we are a family and I'm proud to be apart of its growing success. Our juniors are also a huge part of my love for the club. It's been a pleasure watching all our kids now players leading our club into the future.
Bobby started with the club in 2001 in under 19s spent 2 seasons out on the wing after time away, returned "home" in 2016 as a hooker/front row and have been on the committee since 2018.
Bio coming soon.