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MORRY BREEN GROUND ACCESS POLICY


The parking area at our home fields is limited. During the weekday training afternoons it is very busy in the parking area.   Please consider where you  park having consideration to other vehicles.  Please also consider the safety of young chldren that frequently walk through the parking area. The area near the entrance gates should remain clear to allow Ambulance access if required. Please also observe the security of the grounds. If you arrive early for training and the gates are still locked, do not allow your kids to jump the fence. The fields are off limits until a Committee member opens the gates. If the fields are closed because of wet weather, no entry into fields is permitted. Please also note that no dogs,or glass bottles are permitted inside the gates of the playing fields and the riding of skateboards, scooters, and bicycles is banned from the grounds of the Morry Breen complex.

There is also a no alcohol policy for all junior rugby league fixtures and training. 


 
            Updated Sat Feb 9 13:33:03 2013



NEW WYONG ROOS FACEBOOK PAGE



The Wyong Roos have a new Facebook page that can be accessed from the link below or by 'liking' us in the homepage of this website.. 


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            Updated Tue Mar 12 21:28:52 2013



WYONG ROOS SENIORS WEBSITE



Wyong Senior Rugby League now has it's own website. This site will supply you information concerning the Under 17's, Under 18's, Open Grade, Reserve Grade, First Grade, and VB NSW Cup teams. Click on the links and explore the team pages (complete with game results and reports), player profiles, club history, calendar, sponsors information, coaches and medical information, roos news, merchandise, and social events. Please explore the media link that will display media articles and video relating to the Wyong Roos. There are also links to other sites that can be accessed on the home page by clicking on the various logos, and through our 'useful link' page.

A link to the seniors website is on the 'Juniors' homepage - click on hyperlink 'Seniors' or go direct to the site by clicking the link below.


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            Added Sat Feb 9 13:38:37 2013



FOLLOW THE WYONG ROOS ON TWITTER



Follow the Wyong Roos Twitter feed by clicking on the Twitter logo on  the homepage of this website.  



            Added Tue Mar 12 21:31:28 2013



TOTAL PHYSIO - KANWAL



Total Physio Kanwal assist in looking after the players of the Wyong Roos.  Brendan Clark and his team can also assist you with all your physiotherapy needs.  The practice is situated in Suite C9, Kanwal Medical Centre, 654 Pacific Highway, Kanwal. 

Phone: 43933777. 

 

Click on the link below for the website of Total Physio Kanwal.

 



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            Updated Thu Jul 18 11:36:24 2013



LEAGUESAFE COURSE NOW ON LINE


Leaguesafe Courses are now able to be completed on line.  Click on the link below for information of procedure. 


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            Added Tue Nov 12 17:36:43 2013



EMPLOYMENT FOR WYONG ROOS SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS


The Wyong Roos have a number of senior football players who are seeking casual/full time employment.  If you own a business or can assist please contact the Football Manager Mr Matt Lavin on 0414 012 437 or email mlavin@wyongleagues.com.au.


 
            Added Thu Jan 16 09:16:06 2014



EVOLUTION SECURITY - 2016 SPONSOR OF THE WYONG ROOS



Evolution Security Pty Ltd is located on the Central Coast of New South Wales and is proudly providing Security Services to industrial, commercial, entertainment, retail and residential, from public and private sectors at a very competitive rate. Also being a local security company we fully understand what the local security needs and risks are.

Our full range of Central Coast Security Services include:

 • Crowd Control
• Static Guards
• Bodyguards
• Loss Prevention
• Risk Assessment

• Mobile Patrols
• Event Security
• CCTV Installations
• Alarm Monitoring
• Alarm Response

For more information about our Central Coast Security Services click here.

The security staff employed by Evolution are fully licensed and continually trained in relation to NSW Security Industry requirements, Occupational, Health & Safety and Fitness, Health and Self Defence.

At present a majority of our security staff are undergoing Certificate IV in Risk Management and Security Assessment. This qualification is one of the highest to be obtained in the Security Industry (Aust), which will greatly benefit our clients, staff and Company in identifying and reducing security risks among many other things.

If you decide to employ the services of Evolution Security Pty Ltd, you can expect the highest standards of Security Services at a competitive rate. All Company Directors and Management also work hands on at our client’s premises so you can be assured that your security needs are taken care of immediately at the highest level. 


            Updated Thu Mar 31 10:43:14 2016



COUNTRY RUGBY LEAGUE CONSTITUTION

 

The Country Rugby League Constitution can be viewed by clicking on the attachment. 


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            Updated Sun Jan 25 10:17:18 2015



ROOSTERS DELIVER NRL'S WELLBEING MESSAGE TO THE COAST



Former Captain Anthony Minichiello was joined by current stars Paul Momirovski and Jack Siejka on a trip around Central Coast schools yesterday as part of the NRL Community Carnival spreading the message of wellbeing to rugby league stars of the future.  Click the link below.

http://www.roosters.com.au/news/2015/02/07/roosters_deliver_nrl.html

 

 


            Added Sat Feb 7 11:36:44 2015



LATROBE UNI RESEARCH MEASURES SOCIAL IMPACT OF COMMUNITY SPORTS CLUBS


Latrobe University recently studied the social impact of community based AFL Clubs on their members and wider community. The research identified many benefits in terms of mental health and employment flowing not only to the individual players, but also to their partners, and measured the social capital created by these clubs. The parallels can readily be drawn with Wyong Roos, and the study brings some academic support to a concept we have long known and taken for granted. Listen to the interview with Professor Russell Hoye by following this link;

http://www.abc.net.au/am/content/2015/s4187997.htm


 
            Added Sun Mar 1 13:23:05 2015



NATIONAL RUGBY LEAGUE CODE OF CONDUCT


All players, coaches, officials, and parents are to comply with the National Code of Conduct.  Follow the link below for those guidelines.

http://crlnsw.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/National_Code_of_Conduct_FINAL2013_LR.pdf


 
            Added Sat Mar 7 09:28:12 2015



COACHES, MANAGERS, TRAINERS & VOLUNTEERS MUST REGISTER



All Coaches, Managers,Trainers,and Volunteers of Junior Rugby League must register on the NRL National Database.  Follow the link below.

https://reg.sportingpulse.com/v6/regoform.cgi?aID=84&pKey=5567db7606145f234d66c6266d3f4d01&cID=12218&formID=44031

 


            Added Tue Apr 14 10:07:32 2015



LET KIDS BE KIDS - THE KIDS


Let Kids Be Kids is a campaign that aims to educate people on how kids should be supported on the sports field by their sideline supporters. It is about encouraging positive sideline support by showing kiwi kids and New Zealand sporting icons talking about their own experiences and remembering what it's all about - fun and participation! #letkidsbekids


 
            Added Tue Jul 21 07:42:23 2015



LET KIDS BE KIDS - THE ICONS


Watch some of New Zealand's most revered sportsman talk straight from the heart and remind us all to let kid be kids when they are playing sports #letkidsbekids
Go to https://www.facebook.com/letkidsbekidsNZ for more information


 
            Added Tue Jul 21 07:43:53 2015



WYONG ROOS JUNIORS SELECTION/GRADING POLICIES


Under 6 – Under 8 

  • Players will be randomly selected in teams
  • Maximum 12 players per team
  • Players will not be graded
  • Club will cap numbers at 48 for each age group
  • First come first served basis
  • Team lists, staff details (where available) and training schedule will be published in the week prior to first training session, posted on the website and notified to parents by email

Under 9 – Under 14 

  • Players will be graded by coaching staff in consultation with coaching co-ordinator
  • Any grading dispute will be determined by Club Development Officer in consultation with coaching co-ordinator and senior coaching staff
  • Maximum players per team;    Under 9 – 14

                                                         Under 10 – 14

                                                         Under 11 – 14

                                                              Under 12 – 17

                                                         Under 13 – 17

                                                         Under 14 – 17

  • If there is a demand for four teams in Under 9 – Under 11 age groups, Club will cap numbers at 56 players, otherwise cap will be 42 players (3 teams)
  • If there is a demand for four teams in Under 12 – Under 14 age groups, Club will cap numbers at 68 players, otherwise cap will be 51 players (3 teams)
  • First come, first served basis
  • Team lists, staff details (where available) and training schedule will be published in the week prior to first training session, posted on the website and notified to parents by email

Under 15 – Under 17 

  • All registered players will have to trial for position
  • Players will be graded by coaching staff in consultation with coaching co-ordinator
  • Any grading dispute will be determined by Club Development Officer in consultation with coaching co-ordinator and senior coaching staff
  • Subject to grading’s, and each coach’s individual preference for a reduced number of players, maximum 18 players per team
  • Club will cap numbers at 54 for Under 15 (3 teams) and 36 (2 teams) for Under 16 and Under 17
  • Unselected players will be released and any fees paid will be refunded within 7 days
  • Team lists, staff details (where available) and training schedule will be published in the week following trial, posted on the website and notified to parents by email

* If there are compelling reasons (such as transport, child care arrangements etc) for a player to be allocated to a certain team, kindly notify the  Secretary by email BHill@wyongleagues.com.au any decision to reassign a player to a different team will be at the absolute discretion of the Executive Committee taking into account the reasons provided.

** If CCDJRL policy dictates that Wyong has two Division 1 teams in any age group (up to and including Under 13), the Club will do its best to distribute playing talent evenly between the two teams.


 
            Updated Tue Dec 1 15:43:16 2015



LEAGUE SAFE COURSE ON LINE



The minimum requirement for non-player onfield involvement in rugby league is League Safe accreditation.

The NRL offers courses online. Those interested should visit the NRL website and follow the course link League Safe.


            Updated Thu Jan 7 15:43:04 2016



WYONG ROOS - CLUB STATEMENT


Wyong Roos Juniors provided an opportunity for 520 children to play rugby league in Season 2015. The Club will do so for a similar number this year. The work of many good people, the vast majority of whom are unpaid volunteers, forms the basis of that opportunity.

Regrettably, issues which are of concern to the broader community, from time to time, manifest in our game, and the incident on 13 March involving a young player who recently transferred to this Club, is one such event.

The incident has shocked and embarrassed the Board, management, members, sponsors and supporters of this Club; people with strong roots in the local community, whom have at various times, and in manifold ways, generously donated their time, energy and money to building our football program.

Perhaps the incident ought not have been so shocking. Perhaps we have been a little naïve to think the educative programs, codes of conduct, rules and regulations put in place in and around the game would prevent such an incident, when society itself has generally struggled to manage the very same issues.

The people who comprise this Club have been embarrassed by what happened on 13 March. That is an unfortunate but unsurprising fact. Wyong Roos devotes many resources toward providing a safe and enjoyable environment for children, support staff and match officials to participate in the game, but despite these best efforts and intentions, we were unable to prevent that situation.

Wyong Roos held a forum on 9 February, in part to help address growing concerns as to the deterioration of player and parent behaviour. Dr John Irvine (Child & Developmental Psychologist, Co-Founder of The R.E.A.D. Clinic), Rick Stone and Greg Nichols (NSWRL Welfare & Education Officer) spoke and/or gave presentations at the forum. Prior to the subject incident, the Club had in place a plan to present the NRL Better Choices programs to all players in the Under 14 – 17 age divisions. Wyong Roos has initiated its own Codes of Conduct for coaches, players and their families, in addition to those established by the governing bodies.

Wyong Roos is determined to be at the very centre and heart of its local community, and hopes its longstanding traditions built on respect for oneself, respect for others and personal responsibility are imprinted on the kids who play here. Although we live in a world where change is paradoxically constant, the core values of this Club remain immutable.


 
            Added Mon Mar 21 11:47:13 2016



MORRY BREEN COMPLEX ACCESS POLICY


The Wyong Rugby League Club have initiated a 'Morry Breen Complex Access' Policy. Follow the link below for full details.  


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            Added Thu Jul 21 15:51:16 2016



JARON PURCELL - WYONG ROOS LATEST AUSSIE SCHOOLBOY



Jaron Purcell is the latest Wyong Junior to join the ranks of the Australian Schoolboys after earning selection in the Under 15 Merit Team following the recent national carnival at Port Macquarie.

Jaron represented Sydney North and Sydney Red from Wadalba Community School, before securing the No. 13 jersey for NSW CHS to contest the national Under 15 schoolboys’ championships at Port Macquarie. Jaron was given the honour of skippering the NSW team, which eventually fell to the very strong Queensland team 16-12 in the final. Along the way Jaron collected the Man of the Match award in the 14-6 loss to NSW Combined Catholic Colleges, and the NSW MVP for the series.

SM: “Why do you think you were selected?”

JP: ”I’m dedicated…I try to be the best I can be no matter what it is I’m doing…like learning. I’m doing extras always…I have to work harder than everybody else. I know that to be the best, you have got to be the one willing to do the hard work and make the sacrifices.”

SM: Who has helped you get to this point?

JP: “My family…they are always pushing me to do my best, and they are always there for support. Being allowed to join the NSW Cup training…being taught new skills, especially the defensive stuff. The coaches I’ve had over the years….Bubba (ISP Asst. Coach Ian Bourke) on Fridays with the defensive stuff, and my current coach Luke Blackhall on the fundamentals of the game.”

SM: What do you believe are your strengths as a player?

JP: “ My workload…I like to do heaps of work as a player. I think I have good ball skills…I can pass and kick…I had to practice those skills a fair bit.”

SM: So what’s in store for you on the rep scene next year?

JP: “I hope I can play Harold Matts for the Knights. I’ll try for the schoolboys again next year. But playing two ages up (Opens), I don’t think I’ll go too well.”

Jaron played for the Centurions in the Season 2015 Country Championships, and this year has trained twice a week with the Newcastle Knights Chargers development squad.

Jaron is in some good company; Ian Bridge, Sam Johnson, Willia Meehan, and Jacob Liddle are the only other Roos juniors to gain selection in an Australian Schoolboys team. Jaron has been with Wyong since playing two seasons as an Under 6.


            Updated Tue Jul 12 16:19:42 2016



NEW WYONG ROOS APP



The Wyong Roos have a new App to keep you in touch with all football information.  Download the App from App store and get started.


            Added Sat Jul 23 05:52:50 2016



CONGRATULATIONS JACOB LIDDLE ON HIS NRL DEBUT



Congratulations to Wyong Junior and past Wyong senior player Jacob Liddle on his NRL debut for the Wests Tigers against Canterbury on Saturday 9th July, 2016.  Jacobs efforts included scoring a try in his maiden game. 


            Added Sun Jul 10 09:29:42 2016



NRL MINI AND MOD GAME REVIEW & CHANGES FOR 2017/2018 SEASON


The NRL has reviewed the rules of the Mini and Mod Rugby League and has implimented changes to commence in the 2017 season.  Follow the attachment for details of changes. 


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            Added Tue Oct 25 11:29:55 2016



PURCELL TWICE PICKED FOR AUSTRALIA



Being selected for an Australian representative sporting team is a remarkable achievement at any time. However, making the Australian team in two different sports in the same year is truly extraordinary.

Roos Junior, Jaron Purcell, following on from his selection in the Australian Schoolboys Under 15 Merit Team, has now been picked in the Australian Boys Under 16 Oztag team. Jaron and 27 team mates will attend a camp in Sydney over the weekend of 4-5 February, at the conclusion of which the squad will be trimmed to 18 players. Coach Adam Lennan will take charge of the team for the 2017 international program, to be announced in the very near future.

Congratulations Jaron from everyone at Roos HQ.


            Added Tue Nov 29 14:18:35 2016



2017 SEASON - CHANGES T0 UNDER 6 AND UNDER 7 GAMES

 

Commencing in the 2017 season there will be changes in the Under 6 and Under 7 junior rugby league games.  See below for summary. 


 
            Updated Fri Nov 11 07:36:11 2016



2017 SEASON - CHANGES T0 UNDER 8 AND UNDER 9 GAMES

 

 

Commencing in the 2017 season there will be changes in the Under 8 and Under 9 junior rugby league games.  See below for summary.  


 
            Updated Fri Nov 11 07:38:55 2016



2017 COACHING COURSES AND REACCREDITATIONS


The NRL has announced 2017 dates for coaching ccourses and reaccreditations.  Click on the link noting liks for registration.  


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            Added Sat Dec 17 15:24:48 2016



PURCELL IN NSW STATE OF ORIGIN PATHWAYS PROGRAM



Just when you think things cannot get much better for Roos young gun, Jaron Purcell, along comes a personal invitation from Blues Coach Laurie Daley. Jaron was one of 40 players aged 14-22 from across NSW, selected to participate in the Blues State of Origin Pathways Program, the invitation arising, no doubt, with an eye toward Jaron entering the NSW Under 16 Blues to face the Maroons in 2017.

Jaron was at ANZ Stadium this week, taking part in some position specific work with Andrew Johns, Anthony Minichiello, Mark O’Meley and Danny Buderus. The Blues are serious about consistently beating Qld at every level, but especially so in senior Origin, and by targeting the best talent across the State and putting them through intense sessions with the best in the business, hope to establish a production line of Origin standard performers.

For Brad Fittler’s take on the program, visit www.nswrl.com.au and click on the video article


            Added Fri Dec 23 15:34:51 2016



2017 UNDER 6 & 7 - CHANGES TO JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE RULES


The ARL Commission has approved changes to 6 and 7 years rugby league game models.

For a summary of key game components follow the link below, check out the following from NRL.”

 


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            Updated Thu Dec 1 17:05:16 2016



2017 UNDER 8 & 9 - CHANGES TO JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE RULES

 

The ARL Commission has approved changes to 8 and 9 years rugby league game models.

For a summary of key game components follow the link below, check out the following from NRL.”

 


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            Added Thu Dec 1 17:05:59 2016



2017 UNDER 10 & 11 - CHANGES TO JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE RULES


The ARL Commission has approved changes to 10 and 11 years rugby league game models.

For a summary of key game components follow the link below, check out the following from NRL.”

 


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            Added Thu Dec 1 17:06:50 2016



2017 UNDER 12 - CHANGES TO JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE RULES


The ARL Commission has approved changes to under 12 years rugby league game models.

For a summary of key game components follow the link below, check out the following from NRL.”

 


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            Added Thu Dec 1 17:07:59 2016



2017 UNDER 13 & ABOVE - CHANGES TO JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE RULES


The ARL Commission has approved changes to under 13's and above rugby league game models.

For a summary of key game components follow the link below, check out the following from NRL.”

 


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            Added Thu Dec 1 17:08:55 2016



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 40

 

CRL Bush Telegraph Issue 40.  Follow the link below.

 


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            Added Sat Dec 10 06:20:00 2016



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 39

 

CRL Bush Telegraph No: 39.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Sat Dec 3 08:53:58 2016



PALADIN SPORTS HEADGEAR & MOUTHGUARD OFFERS


Paladin Sports are offering headgear in green and gold with a Wyong Roos logo for $45.00 until the end of February.

Paladin has also linked with Signature Mouthguards and is retailing the Type 3 Dentist2GO mouthguards for just $20.00.

If you wish to order any of these products through the Club, call Belinda Hill or Stephen Marks on 43922799.

 

 


 
            Added Sun Feb 19 11:42:29 2017



ROOS RETURN TO TRAINING



By any measure Wyong Roos enjoyed a very successful Season 2016, with Premierships in 1st Grade and Under 19’s, making the finals series in the other four senior grades, and securing the CCDRL Club Championship for the umpteenth time. However, all that counts for little as the new season approaches.

Reserve Grade, Open Age and the Under 19’s have recommenced training under the watchful eye of Strength & Conditioning Co-Ordinator, Stuart Lofts.

The Under 17’s will regularly train with their counterparts in grade this year, and have already commenced a weights program in the gym with Sarah Dimech.


            Added Thu Feb 16 16:15:15 2017



FREE ENTRY TO ALL ROOS HOME GAMES


Patrons attending all Wyong Roos CCDRL and NSWRL home games at Morry Breen Field in Season 2017 will enter free of charge.

Whilst $7 for five footy matches represented great value last year, with free entry there can be absolutely no excuse for not coming to Roos HQ and cheering on our boys and girls.

Round 1 of the Intrust Super Premiership sees Wyong clash with Wests Tigers at Morry Breen Field on Saturday 4 March, and the first home game in the CCDRL competition is on Sunday 9 April, when the Roos take on Berkeley Vale Panthers.

The players are looking forward to the start of both competitions, and hope to have plenty of  support in green and gold at every home game.


 
            Added Tue Feb 7 16:36:36 2017



2017 RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP



Following the Rugby League World Cup 2017 (RLWC2017) Volunteer recruitment launch, the organisers are excited to announce the Tournament Time Secondment Application Launch! 

To ensure this is indeed the greatest Rugby League World Cup in history, they are seeking individuals to take up the exciting challenge of Tournament Time Secondments.

A temporary short term role for up to 7 days leading into each RLWC2017 Tournament fixture within a specific Host City.

During this time, successful candidates will officially represent the RLWC2017.

 •       Roles range between Venue & Non Venue;

•       Targeted at current fulltime & part time Rugby League stakeholders;

•       Up to 22 Tournament Time Secondment opportunities available per Host City;

•       A professional development opportunity in leadership; and

•       Rare chance to gain international major event experience.

All Position Descriptions for each of these roles can be found within the Online Application Form. The link to this form can be found further below.

1.    View the attached containing all RLWC2017 fixture dates per Host City to see if you are available;

2.    Before applying, please ensure you gain approval from your direct line Manager;

3.    Once you have gained your Manager’s approval, you can apply for an RLWC2017 Tournament Time Secondment position through the below Application Form:
RLWC2017 Tournament Time Secondment Application Form

Please ensure you complete ALL the relevant questions to confirm your application. 

Applications close COB Friday 10th March, 2017.

 

 

 

 


            Added Thu Feb 23 16:07:51 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 2

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 2.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Fri Feb 24 17:46:50 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 1

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 1.  Follow the link below. 


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            Added Sat Feb 18 07:17:39 2017



RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP VOLUNTEERS


Kicking off October 2017, the best male and female Rugby League players from around the world will be in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea playing for the most sought after prize in international Rugby League.

16 NATIONS

40 GAMES

13 CITIES

700 VOLUNTEERS

WEEKS

UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE

To ensure this is indeed the greatest Men’s and Women’s Rugby League World Cup in history, we are seeking volunteers to join "The Cup Squad 2017".

HOW TO APPLY Below is the link to the application form detailing the types of opportunities available across the RLWC2017 Tournament: RLWC2017 Volunteer Application Form

If you believe you possess the required attributes and skillset for a volunteer role, we highly encourage you to get involved and apply.

Please ensure you complete ALL relevant questions to confirm your application.

Applications close COB Friday 24th February, 2017.

 


 
            Updated Tue Feb 7 10:24:41 2017



ROOS IN COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS


The SLE Worldwide Australia Under 16 & 18 Country Championships get underway this Saturday (4 March), with Wyong juniors prominent in both Central Coast Roosters squads. The local boys face East Coast Dolphins at Geoff King Oval Coffs Harbour in a Northern Pool Round 1 double header, with their Newcastle counterparts playing Greater Northern at the same venue.

Wyong’s Jack Riches will captain the Under 16 team from the second row, and his Roo team mate, halfback Wade Catt, has the job of guiding them around the park.

There are five Roos in the Under 18 squad. Tyson Vanderwolf, Jayden Marsh and Lachlan Hanneghan are each in Coach Michael Ahearn’s starting line-up, whilst both Ryan Dowman and Zak Russell have critical roles to play from the interchange bench.

The Under 16’s kick off at 10am and the Under 18’s at 11.20am.

Round 1 will be completed on Sunday 5 March when the Southern Pool double headers between Western Roos and Greater Southern Stingrays, and Bidgee Bulls and Southern Redbacks are played at Seiffert Oval Queanbeyan.

Good luck to all the players and officials involved. Congratulations to the Wyong boys on an outstanding achievement.


 
            Added Thu Mar 2 11:00:58 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 6

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 6.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Fri Mar 24 13:09:15 2017



2017 MAJOR SPONSOR - THE GOOD GUYS, TUGGERAH



Thank you to our 2017 major sponsors - The Good Guys, Tuggerah. The Good Guys, Tuggerah are situated in the Homemakers Supa Centa, Corner of Wyong Road and Bryant Drive, Tuggerah. For all of your electrical, entertainment, and appliance needs.

 


            Updated Tue Mar 7 14:04:48 2017



A DIFFERENT LEAGUE - PLAY JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE


Play NRL - A Different League - Play Junior Rugby League.  Follow the link below are access to video files explaining the different aspects of junior rugby league based on age groups. 

https://playnrl.com/juniorleague/


 
            Updated Thu Mar 9 17:35:39 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 3

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 3.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Mon Mar 13 21:03:26 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 5

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 5.  Follow the link below. 

 


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            Added Sat Mar 18 06:30:21 2017



SYDNEY ROOSTERS HOLIDAY CLINIC



Sydney Roosters held a rugby league clinic for Under 6 – 12 players at Roos HQ on 20 April. Legends Anthony Minichiello and Mark O’Meley were joined by Jayden Nikorima, John Tuivasa-Sheck and Mitch Williams in putting the juniors through their paces. The Under 12 – 18 age groups get their turn on 21 April, when the coaching staff will likely be joined by another legend, Brad Fittler. There were plenty of drills and games on offer to enhance those footy skills, as well as prizes, Roosters merch and a whole lot of fun to make it a great day out for all.


            Updated Sun Apr 23 06:45:48 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 7

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 7.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Sun Apr 2 06:59:20 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 8

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 8.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Sat Apr 8 08:32:52 2017



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 9

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 9.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Fri Apr 14 08:54:43 2017



CLUB TRAINING NIGHT



Last Tuesday night (9 May) Wyong coaching staff held a Club Training Session at Roos HQ involving all teams from Under 17’s through to Intrust Super Premiership, including the Ladies League Tag. The session involved skill based drills and conditioning games, and was a welcome opportunity to get together and have a bit of fun. The training was followed by a group bbq. The night had a positive effect, with the Roos winning all grades on Saturday, finishing off the day with a comprehensive 40-18 victory over Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles in the ISP, and over the six matches scoring 238 points and conceding just 50. 


            Added Tue May 16 16:29:47 2017



NRL SAFEPLAY CODE



The NRL has adopted the Safeplay Code which will apply to all players up to and including Under 15’s nationally across the game of rugby league.

The Safeplay Code defines Tackle Zones on a ball carrier’s body, as well as identifying and outlawing a variety of Dangerous Tackles. The Code also prohibits Aggressive Palming, Pushing, Dangerous Flops, Verbal Abuse and Foul Language.

To view the Safeplay Code simply access the following link:

https://playnrl.com/safeplay

 


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JARON PURCELL TO CAPTAIN STATE IN UNDER 16 ORIGIN


Wyong Roos Jaron Purcell has been named Captain of New South Wales for the Under 16 Origin clash with Queensland on 12 July. Jaron’s leadership credentials are well established. Jaron skippers Wyong Under 16/1’s, and earlier in the season led Newcastle Knights to win the Harold Matthews Cup.

NSW Coach Brad Fittler writes of Jaron;

“He’s our captain, he won the game for the Knights in the Grand Final by scoring a try in extra time, he just doesn’t stop and he keeps going and going and going, much like our assistant coach Danny Buderus. He has a simple attitude, anything you tell him to do he does, and he pushes everyone hard so I’ve been really happy with how he has gone this week.”

The Origin match at Suncorp will be the biggest to date of Jaron’s career, but he possesses the skills, heart and temperament to get the job done. Wyong Roos could not be prouder.


 
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CRL MEDIA RELEASE - WAGGA WAGGA & BALLINA TO HOST COUNTRY U23 MATCHES

 

Wagga Wagga and Ballina will host festivals of football in October, when the Country U23’s Representative team take on Samoa and Scotland in warm-up matches before the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.

The brightest young talent in Country Rugby League will have the opportunity to impress against some of the world’s best players, with the Toa Samoa headed to Wagga Wagga’s McDonalds Park and the Scotland Bravehearts taking on the Country side at Ballina’s Kingsford Smith Park.

Both venues will host a range of exciting matches in the lead up to the main games; with Wagga hosting an Open-Age Men’s Group 9 v Group 20 Indigenous match, Women’s tackle nines match between Riverina and Western and U17’s clash between Riverina and Monaro.

Some of the best rugby league talent on the North Coast will be on show in Ballina with Group 2 Ladies League Tag Premiers Coffs Harbour taking on NRRRL Premiers Byron Bay and Group 1 and Group 18 going head-to-head in an U16’s trial for the Northern Rivers Country Championship side.

CRL Operations Manager Bert Lowrie believes the matches present a great opportunity for regional Rugby League fans to see a range of talent from grassroots through to elite level international players.

“It’s an exciting time of year with the NRL Grand Final and Rugby League World Cup coming up and the matches in Wagga Wagga and Ballina are a great opportunity for regional fans to see players at various stages of the Rugby League pathways,” said Lowrie.

“Some of the best male and female talent from the North Coast and Riverina will be on show and this will be followed by some of the best young players in Country NSW taking on some of the best players from around the world.

“It’s a unique opportunity and we‘d love to see people heading out to support these games in two strong Rugby League regions.”

Country U23’s v Samoa – McDonalds Park Wagga Wagga, Friday 13th October

3:00pm - Monaro V Riverina (U17’s)

4:15pm - Riverina V Western (Women’s Nines)

5:00pm – Indigenous Group 9 V Indigenous Group 20 (Open-Age Men’s)

7:00pm – Country U23’s v Toa Samoa

 

Country U23’s v Scotland – Kingsford Smith Park, Ballina, Friday 20th October

4:30pm – Coffs Harbour v Byron Bay (Ladies League Tag)

5:30pm – Group 1 v Group 18 (U16’s)

7:00pm – Country U23’s v Scotland Bravehearts

 

For further queries, please contact:

Adam Kidd

0424 612 856

akidd@crlnsw.com.au

 

 

 

 


 
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ROOS JUNIORS 4 FROM 4



The Under 12/3’s, coached by Darrin Simpson, were down 22-18 with no time left on the clock. Gosford did a good job containing Roos spearhead, Jeremy Gonzales, in the last few possession sets. Cohen Wallis-Semple grabbed the ball late in the tackle count, grubbered into the ingoal and chased with determination. The Storm failed to secure the ball and Cohen went in hard, somehow getting some downward pressure on the ball despite the best efforts of the Gosford defender. The try levelled the scoreline 22-22. Cohen then slotted the conversion from right of the posts to claim the victory for his team. Roos 24 – Gosford 22.

Jason Brander’s 13/2’s made it two from two for the green and gold when they outplayed Terrigal to the tune of 28-16. This was a strong team effort to get the better of a Sharks outfit which never stopped trying.

The 16/2’s had more than their fair share of ups and downs in Season 2017, but that was all forgotten when the boys produced an overwhelming 52-10 win against Erina. Al Brady’s outfit played some of their best footy when it mattered most. Kain Comerford was Player of the Match, but that was not an easy choice given the individual efforts from sideline to sideline.

There was plenty of pressure on the Under 17’s to keep the record intact. This was one of the best  junior grand finals you could ever see. The lead changed multiple times. Some of the attack was brilliant and the defence was punishing. Wyong led 24-22 with just on five minutes remaining, then scored again to extend the lead to 28-22. Erina crossed in the corner in the last minute of play and kicked a conversion from the sideline to level the scores 28-28. The match went into extra time. Billy McGovern shaved the upright with his first field goal attempt, but then slotted the second. Wyong 29 – Erina 28.


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NOMINATIONS FOR JUNIOR EXECUTIVE & COMMITTEE POSITIONS


Anyone wishing to nominate for a position on the Committee for Season 2018 must do so on the official form posted on this website.

Both proposer and seconder as well as nominee must be members of the Junior Club. Applications for membership are also available on this website.

The AGM will be held Thursday 26 October 2017 in the Showroom, Wyong Leagues Club commencing 6.30pm.


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