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April 22nd, 10:06 pm

HAC RUGBY 1891

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April 21st, 6:23 pm

HAC RUGBY 1891

A tough day at the office for HAC. Well done to everyone who took the field today against an always tough Redfield. #HACLives #westersydneyu #unlimited #NSWRugby ... See MoreSee Less

 

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April 21st, 3:29 pm

HAC RUGBY 1891

2nd Grade celebrate their win over Redfield. #HACLives #westersydneyu #unlimited #NSWRugby ... See MoreSee Less

April 20th, 9:03 am

HAC RUGBY 1891
Everyone is encouraged to join us at Redfield College for what will be a great game. #HACLives #westersydneyu #unlimited #NSWRugby

Everyone is encouraged to join us at Redfield College for what will be a great game. #HACLives #westersydneyu #unlimited #NSWRugby ... See MoreSee Less

April 19th, 3:11 pm

HAC RUGBY 1891
Athol Langford Armstrong attended HAC as a 16 year old from Natal, South Africa, arriving at the College in January 1902. He undertook Special Courses the Farm, Carpenter, Blacksmith and Experimental Plots returning home in July 1903.

Lieutenant Armstrong joined the South African Forces commissioning into the South African 8th Horse Regiment. His right hand was severely wounded in an accident in August 1916 resulting in his eventually being deemed unfit for further service.

Armstrong was sent to England for for an operation on his damaged hand. He died as a result of surgical complications on the 25th November 1918.

Athol Langford Armstrong attended HAC as a 16 year old from Natal, South Africa, arriving at the College in January 1902. He undertook Special Courses the Farm, Carpenter, Blacksmith and Experimental Plots returning home in July 1903.

Lieutenant Armstrong joined the South African Forces commissioning into the South African 8th Horse Regiment. His right hand was severely wounded in an accident in August 1916 resulting in his eventually being deemed unfit for further service.

Armstrong was sent to England for for an operation on his damaged hand. He died as a result of surgical complications on the 25th November 1918.
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