Vic Masters Rugby proudly supports DonateLife
By deciding to become an organ and tissue donor, you can transform people's lives. The decision to donate organs and tissue is an act of extraordinary generosity.
Around 1,400 Australians are currently waitlisted for a life-saving organ transplant. In 2018, 554 deceased and 238 living organ donors and their families gave 1,782 Australians a new chance at life.
Facts & Figures
The majority of Australians (69%) are willing to become an organ and tissue donor.
Only one in three Australians have joined the Australian Organ Donor Register.
Nine in ten families say yes to donation when their loved one is a registered donor.
Register as a donor today!
By filling in the form below, you are registering your consent to become an organ and tissue donor. This means that one day you could save the lives of many people. Currently there are approximately 1,400 Australians waiting for a life-changing transplant.
Rugby Victoria - Grand Final Day
Vic Masters is proud to bring RugbyFest back to Melbourne for our 3rd year. Following on from the success in last year’s event we will again invite Women & Men rugby players from around the world to join us for this 1 day event.
The biggest over 35’s Rugby party and ultimate end of season trip. Hosted in the sports capital of the world - Melbourne, Australia
Vic Masters Rugby is proud to support DonateLife week and help encourage more people to register to be an organ and tissue donor. Vic Masters Rugby became aware of "Donate Life" three years ago when Southern Districts Rugby Club Life Member Terry Saxon’s Granddaughter Layla became very ill and in need of an organ transplant
Vic Masters is proud of our partnership with DonateLife. On Saturday 10th Vic Masters Rugby will be hosting the Rugby is Life Round at the Power House Junior Rugby Club, Newport. Vic Masters Rugby will joining the Rugby v Leukaemia Challenge and will be hosting Red Cross Blood Service and Donate Life in support of the DonateLife Week.
Thank you to Geoff Parkes and The Roar Rugby for allowing us to share our story about our brother Mike and the small steps we are taking to try to ensure all our players and supporters have all access to all the knowledge, support and tools they need to for their mental health and well-being.
Victorian Masters Host Draw for Season 2019 featuring:
12 Regular Rounds
1 BloodSlow Cup Round -Rebels v Waratahs Curtain Raiser
1 Regional Round - Shepparton
2 Final Rounds
Vic Masters Rugby proudly presents - Community Round. All Vic Masters players, families and friends are invited to Box Hill Rugby Union Football Club to celebrate Rugby.
Vic Masters were proud to host journalist Geoff Parkes at our season starter at Maroondah Rugby Club. Geoff wrote about his experience on the The Roar Website.
Great profile of Vic Masters own - Brian Harris by the Melbourne Rebels