Bo Abra to share stage with former Wallabies at St Stanislaus’ College Sesquicentenary Dinner

Bo Abra will be part of Stannies 150th celebrations on Saturday.

Bo Abra will be part of Stannies 150th celebrations on Saturday.

Tamworth’s Bo Abra will be part of an all-star line-up for St Stanislaus’ College Sesquicentenary Dinner this Saturday night.

As the Bathurst school prepares to welcome back generations of Stannies Old Boys and College community members as part of their 150th year celebrations, Abra will join a panel of rugby luminaries for a Q&A.

The lineup includes former Wallabies Tim Lane (class of 1977), James Grant (class of 1982) and Marty Roebuck (class of 1982).

Lane also went on to be a successful coach, and was the backs coach for the 1999 World Cup-winning side.

Hoping to continue his success in the sport, Abra is grateful for the opportunity to learn from some of the luminaries of the game.

“It’s an absolute privilege that I’ll have the chance to sit up on stage with these men, I’m keen to hear how their careers played out after graduating,” he said.

It’s been a big year for Abra, captaining Stannies to the ISA title, and playing for the Australian Schoolboys.