Tuesday, 14 January 2014

From Rockdale to Rochdale....

Ryan becomes the next chapter of Rochdale's Fijian adventure

Hornets continue Rochdale's long tradition of recognising Fijian talent by signing the Bati's 2013 World Cup squad half-back Ryan Millard. He has a very impressive Sydney league pedigree and we can't wait for him to arrive.
Ryan Millard -
from Henson Park
to Spotland.

Your cut out and keep guide to Ryan Millard:

- Ryan was born in 13 March 1987 in Hurstville, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Hurstville has lots of great chinese restaurants.
- He's a stand-off or or full-back, and can also play as a centre or winger.
- His dad is Shane Millard, coach of the Illawarra Cutters - and assistant coach of the Australian Fijian team.
- He played junior league for Renown United and both Jersey Flegg and SG Ball for the St. George Illawarra Dragons.
- He's played New South Wales Cup for the Wests Magpies and Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs. In 2009 he spent a season with the mighty Newtown Jets. Which enhances his reputation even further.
- He then moved to the Shellharbour City Dragons, who were the New South Wales Cup partners of St. George Illawarra Dragons.
- Last year he played for North Sydney Bears feeder club Burwood/North Ryde United in the Ron Massey Cup.
- He currentlly lives in Rockdale and joins an elite group of RL pilgrims to have been to both Rockdale and Rochdale.