Wyong Oval



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


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 Senior Rugby League now has it's own website. This site will supply you information concerning the Ladies League Tag, Under 19's , Open Grade, Reserve Grade, First Grade, and ISP NSW 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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            Updated Wed Nov 29 11:21:33 2017


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


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.

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            Updated Wed Nov 29 11:22:36 2017



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


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


            Added Sat Mar 7 09:28:12 2015


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




            Updated Thu Nov 30 10:25:26 2017


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


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


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


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


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


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. 


            Updated Thu Mar 9 17:35:39 2017


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:



            Added Tue May 16 16:34:24 2017



The Wyong Roos Juniors are proud to have Aubrey Brown & Partners Law firm at their major sponsor for the 2018 season.  Aubrey Brown & Partners was established on the Central Coast in 1944, since then Aubrey Brown has been the law firm of choice on the Central Coast. 

  • Provide specialist teams and tailored expertise with Senior Lawyers leading each team;
  • Provide technical expertise and experience to ensure you receive professional advice and service in a timely manner;
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Aubrey Brown & Partners service clients in

  • Commercial Law
  • Litigation
  • Estate Planning
  • Wills and Probate
  • Conveyancing
  • Family Law
  • Criminal Law

Aubrey Brown & Partners professional team of lawyers are located in Tuggerah Business Park with dedicated client parking for client convenience.




            Updated Wed Nov 29 11:45:03 2017



The Wyong Rugby League Club Group Board of Directors have made a decision to end the association with the Sydney Roosters from the end of the 2018 season.  This decision will end the participation of the  Wyong Roos in the NSW Rugby League Intrust Super Premiership competition at the end of the 2018 season.  The Wyong Roos have participated in the NSW Rugby League (NSW Cup/ISP NSW) competition since 2013 having made two Grand Finals over the past three years.   See below the released reasoning behind the Board of Directors decision.   


            Updated Thu Mar 1 10:49:36 2018


A new partnership with CRL will see Newcastle’s Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership side receive additional support both on and off the field in 2018.  

Formerly known as North Newcastle, the Women’s side will compete as ‘CRL Newcastle’ this season; with Country Rugby League assuming management of their administration along with providing additional resources, finances and player pathways.  

With the announcement of the inaugural Central Hunter Combined Women’s Competition kicking-off in 2018, the CRL Newcastle Women’s team will now have a feeder competition featuring over 700 players beneath it as well as a pathway for players in the new competition to progress to the premier women’s competition in New South Wales.   

All players in the CRL Newcastle Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership side will be registered with local clubs in the Central Hunter Combined competition, which provides overall depth and competition for positions in the premier side.  

CRL Operations Manager Bert Lowrie believes the new partnership is a win for both the CRL Newcastle side and the Central Hunter Combined Competition.  

“This new partnership ensures the CRL Newcastle team is at the top of the female rugby league pathway in the region and provides an opportunity  for those wanting to progress from the under-14, 16, 18 and open-age Central Hunter competitions to the NSW Women’s Premiership,” said Lowrie.  

“Having a strong competition feeding into the CRL Newcastle side will create competition for positions and add considerable depth to the premier side which they haven’t had before.”  

Lowrie acknowledged the great work done by Mick and Australian Jillaroos Bec Young in managing the Newcastle women’s team in its various guises over the past six years and admitted the success of the CRL Nines was a contributing factor in forming the partnership.  

“Mick and Bec Young  have fought really hard to ensure the region has had a side competing in the NSW Women’s Premiership over the years and as that competition has increased in stature, so has the demands placed on Mick and Bec to run the team, co-ordinate training venues and secure registrations and such.  

“Now that CRL have formed a partnership with the Newcastle women’s side, we’ve been able to provide resources and seek sponsorship to add a professional element to allow the girls to compete to their full capacity.  

“The success of the CRL Nines has allowed us to develop and build the Central Hunter Combined Women’s Competition and with the overwhelming response we’ve received, we’ve now been able to link the pathway from the grassroots to the elite female competition.  

“The CRL Newcastle side will boast five current Jillaroos in their squad this year, so the incentive for players to strive for the elite team and put their case forward for higher honours is clear.”

CRL Newcastle will be sponsored by Creative Community Concepts in 2018, who provide the administration and coordination of programs, including Anti-Domestic Violence and Mental Wellbeing, to strengthen families and communities throughout Regional NSW.

These programs are delivered as the operational arm of the Murdi Paaki Regional Rugby League Council.  CRL Newcastle's first match of the season will take place on Saturday, 24th March against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Redfern Oval. 

            Updated Fri Mar 23 10:49:06 2018


The NRL have issued the 2018 Code of Conduct.  Follow the link below for a copy of the Code.

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            Added Thu Apr 19 14:07:38 2018


Central Coast Division of Junior & Senior Rugby League Communication & Social Media Policy.  Follow the link below.

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            Added Tue Apr 17 08:04:46 2018


Daniel Lawson arrived at Wyong from Ourimbah as a teenager in the early ‘90’s and it was only fitting he played his 400th Grade game for the Roos against the Magpies last Sunday.

Henry started with Wyong as a flying winger, but in recent seasons has found himself in the middle of the park doing battle with the big boys. Daniel is one of the few players still running around whose career has spanned the Club’s pre and post Newcastle Tooheys Cup period (2003-2012).

Whilst his record shows only one try since Season 2014, for Lawso it was never about performance; pride in the jumper, looking after your team mates and enjoying every moment have been the hallmarks of his time at Wyong. So here is Danny, 400 games and 1600 penalties down the track, a handful of premierships in hand, looking a little worse for wear but with plenty of great footy memories, still out there banging away.

Congrats Lawso on becoming a 400 game player with Wyong Roos. No one has played more grade games for the Club, and that is an achievement which must be acknowledged and is certainly something in which you and your family can take great pride.

Lawso celebrates with Mitch Williams

            Updated Thu May 31 10:34:18 2018


Country Rugby League has sanctioned the use of protective goggles for Rugby League games and training provided the goggles have no rigid components which could cause harm to the wearer or other players.

These goggles would usually be made of soft plastic with an elastic head band to keep them in place. CRL recommends that head gear be worn as well to reduce the chance of the headband sliding down the wearer’s neck.

Any player wearing goggles should seek written clarification from their optician that the goggles are suitable for contact sport. The letter from the optician is to be submitted to the Regional Manager of the competition in which the player participates.  A copy of the optician’s letter and this policy should be retained by the player and may be provided on match days to reassure match officials and opponents.

Despite this policy the suitability of any player equipment is ultimately a decision for the match referee.


            Added Tue May 29 10:39:34 2018


The WRLCG staff were so moved by the current plight of our farmers that they embarked upon a fundraising drive. Through various promotions, raffles and donations the sum of $18,040.40 was raised. The Club agreed to match funds so raised dollar for dollar; $36,080.80 in quick time to directly assist those in need. Well done to everyone involved.

            Added Tue Aug 14 13:14:08 2018



For the first time, Rugby League participation across New South Wales has exceeded 100,000 with increased numbers of men, women, boys and girls playing the game in the country and city according to figures released today for the 2018 season.

Country Rugby League’s total of 59,405 – an overall increase of 5.5%  - along with the NSW Rugby League’s total of 41,753 participants - an increase for the first time in five years (up 5.54 per cent from 39,560), takes the combined total of participants across the state to 101,158.

The release of national rugby league participation statistics revealed a number of positive outcomes for CRL, with one-third of all nationally registered players participating in CRL competitions; highlighted by the continual growth of female participation and positive results in several male participation segments.

 Other key CRL figures included:

  • 28% increase in female participation, with 11,781 female players accounting for 48% of nationally registered female participants.
  • A small increase in male participation which accounts for 31% of nationally registered male participants.
  • Four out of six CRL Regions recording growth in male participation.
  • All six CRL regions recording growth in female participation.
  • An increase in new and returning players to the game.
  • Above national average retention rates for CRL clubs.

Whilst pleased about the positive results achieved this season, CRL Operations Manager Bert Lowrie believes there is still work to be done to increase participation at all levels.

“The release of national participation statistics has validated the great work being done by clubs, administrators, volunteers, development officers and staff across Regional NSW,” said Lowrie.

 “Whilst overall results are positive, we acknowledge there are many individual challenges regional areas face at a community sports level and there is no singular approach that can be taken to growing both junior and senior participation.

“CRL are working together with the NRL and State Leagues on the creation of a Player Development Framework to develop solutions to support and grow participation at all levels.

“There is often doom and gloom associated with regional participation statistics, but the figures indicate there is cause for optimism and the continuation of positive results in the years to come.”

The continual growth of female rugby league continues to produce phenomenal results, with the implementation of CRL Women’s Nines competitions across the state providing the impetus for increased participation.

 “We’re extremely proud of the pathways being created for female participants in Regional NSW and to see a 28% increase to over 11,700 registered players is a great achievement.

 “On top of this we have over 2000 players competing in alternative program formats like the CRL Women’s Nines which has led to the formation of additional tackle competitions throughout the state and we’re already seeing a huge increase in players to wanting to enrol in the Nines this season.”

  “Teenage participation is a challenging area for all sports and despite a small decrease overall, we’ve seen an increase in Male Under-16 to 18’s numbers in three of our six regions and overall growth in male numbers in four of our six regions.

 “We’ll continue to work closely with the NRL and state leagues on all areas of participation and we’re confident we’ll see improvements in teenage participation in the near future.”

Overall recruitment and retention rates also produced positive results with 12,656 new players introduced to the game and retention rates slightly up on national averages.

Click here to view Participation Statistics Release for NSWRL

            Added Mon Sep 24 16:03:41 2018


Because of the increasing interest in the female side of the game, CCDRL has resolved to commence a 2nd Division Ladies League Tag competition in 2019. Matches will be played each Friday night at Berkeley Vale Oval. CCDRL is looking for a minimum six teams and players will have portability between the Friday night 2nd Division and Sunday 1st Division. Any ladies (minimum 16 years)  interested in running around, having a little fun and representing Wyong Roos in this competition should call Sarah Dimech on 43922799 or contact her via email sdimech@wyongleagues.com.au

            Added Fri Oct 12 12:16:40 2018


Seven Wyong Roos were in action for Australia in the Oztag World Cup held in Coffs Harbour 1-4 November. Tylah Vallance and Tanaya Millar from the Club’s Ladies League Tag were part of the Under 16 Girls Team which defeated Australian Indigenous 10-0 in the Final. Wyong teammates, Sarah Dimech and Claire Reed were members of the Open Women’s team which were too good for China in the final, cruising to a 7-1 victory. Mitch Williams, Luke Sharpe and Aaron Heaven in the Open Men’s were shaded by the girls, bowing out to ultimate Champions New Zealand in a tightly contested semi decided in extra time drop off. Congratulations to all the reps from everyone at Roos HQ.

Photo (L to R) Mitch Williams, Sarah Dimech & Luke Sharpe


            Added Thu Nov 15 14:12:30 2018


Wyong’s Development Officer, Mitch Williams, has commenced work with junior players in pre-Christmas training. The Summer Squad is divided into Under 12’s-14’s and Under 15’s-18’s and hits the paddock on Tuesday afternoons. Mitch will be assisted by senior players and special guests as he sharpens the skills in preparation for 2019.

Mitch Williams demonstrates some finer points of tackle tech

Luke Dolbel gives some direction to Jnr summer squad members


            Updated Wed Nov 21 15:15:52 2018



Penrith NRL squad members took some time off training to check the form of the Junior Roos at Summer Squad on 27 November. The Panthers were enjoying a camp at Kooindah Waters which incorporated a round of golf at the resort, some grappling and boxing at All Sorts Gym Wyong Creek and then field and gym sessions at Roos HQ. This is the first occasion in many years the full Penrith squad was available this time of year. Even Nathan Cleary in a moon boot, Jimmie Maloney after recent neck surgery and the Kiwi test players were on deck. The extreme weather did not deter the boys from another field and gym session on 28 November. If you happen to be at Norah Head on 29 November, there could be some Panther sightings on the sand hills.

            Updated Thu Nov 29 07:06:07 2018


Wyong Roos defeated South Lakes Roosters 22-0 at Morry Breen Field on 24 November to annex the Under 18 CRL Central Hunter Women’s 9’s Premiership. Despite a couple of close shaves in the earlier rounds, the girls improved as the comp progressed to the point where there was a noticeable gap between the Roos and their nearest rivals. The team comprised many players from last season’s Under 16 champions. Sophie Buller was strong through the middle of the park and at the edges in the Final, and repeatedly laid a platform for Olivia Glanville, Joeli Morris and Carissa Harrison to carve through the opposition. Defence was a priority with all the girls working together to kill off any threat. The level of composure and concentration displayed in the final was top class.

The Roos Under 14’s qualified for their final as well but found Erina too strong on the day. The team played some very good footy throughout the tournament and collected some big scalps on the way, to the final, but Erina were aggressive from sideline to sideline and showed few chinks in their armour.

The competitions across the age groups showed significant growth from their inception in 2017, introducing many more girls to the tackle game.

Any females interested in playing the 2019 Season should give Sarah Dimech a call on (02) 43922799.

Back Row (L to R): Kasey Campbell, Bianca Blackhall, Chelsea Brander, Olivia Glanville, Joeli Morris, Kristy-Rose Milson & Carissa Harrison.

Front Row (L to R): Ashlee Russell, Alee Purcell, Petria Symington, Andria Symington & Lily Hanning.



            Updated Wed Nov 28 07:47:30 2018


Newcastle Knights NRL Squad is enjoying a pre-season camp at Kooindah Waters this week in preparation for Season 2019. Part of the program involved field and gym sessions at the Morry Breen Complex, lunch in the Leagues Club and an evening meal at Wallarah Bay Recreation Club. The Knights spent some time chatting with the Roos Junior Summer Squad and when the boys had the chance to see the Newcastle backs including Mitchell Pearce, Kalyn Ponga, Connor Watson and Sean Kenny-Dowell go through their weights routine, it was shirts off and rigs out for everyone. The Knights have Wednesday off but will be back on deck at Roos HQ Thursday and Friday.

            Added Wed Jan 30 14:22:41 2019


Staff at Wyong Leagues Club for the last 5 years have been preparing and despatching Christmas Care Packages for Australian Defence personnel serving away from home. The concept started in 2014 with just 30 packages; in 2017 it had grown to 181 and in 2018 the record was extended to 211 packages.

The contents of the packages are donated by Club members, patrons, sponsors and staff and in 2018 the donations exceeded 500kg. Tim Tams, ANZAC biscuits, lollies, games and toiletries are perennial favourites. Brand names are particularly appreciated. Being unopened and unexpired is a pre-requisite.

The goods were packed in standard 2kg BX2 boxes provided at a discount by Australia Post Lakehaven, then mailed free of charge to a centralised ADF collection point in Sydney for shipping overseas or to northern Australia. The production line at Wyong Leagues Club was machine like, with the staff completing the packaging process inside 6 hours.

Judy Cook provided hand-made Christmas cards. Surplus goods were donated to Coast Shelter to assist with that organisation’s charitable work on the Central Coast.

The letters of appreciation from the ADF personnel are heartfelt and heart-warming. All those involved are to be congratulated.

            Updated Thu Jan 10 07:19:19 2019



Physio Connex provides quality Physiotherapy services to the Wyong Roos and is offering Wyong Junior Roos players a 10% discount off the intiial consultation. 


            Added Wed Feb 6 12:35:28 2019


Boost Juice Lake Haven pride themselves on healthy juices and smoothies and staying fit and active to live a fulfilling and rewarding lifestyle.

The partnership between Boost and Wyong Roos is the perfect complement between our healthy products and staying active through the great sport of Rugby League.

            Added Thu Feb 14 09:40:02 2019


Wyong Roos Under 18’s commenced their gym program on 19 March under the watchful eyes of Sarah Dimech and Bridget Brosnan. Maximum effort testing for bench press established the base line figure for each player. The boys will be tested again at Round 5 and Round 13 to monitor progress. Next week the squad can look forward to squats. For many of the team footy has become serious business for the first time in their young careers.


            Added Fri Mar 22 14:01:18 2019


Parents and Carers are reminded that any complaint concerning club policy, operations, staff conduct or player related matters is to be in writing addressed to the Football Manager at email - smarks@wyongleagues.com.au.

Complaints in any other form will not be considered.

The Club has adopted and endorses the Codes of Conduct implemented by the NRL and CRL and accordingly requires those persons representing the Club or entering its property to behave to a certain standard.

Wyong Roos has zero tolerance for abuse and intimidation.

Persons found to have perpetrated abusive or intimidatory behaviour or otherwise breaching the Codes of Conduct within Club property will be sanctioned by the Club. The range of sanctions available to the Club includes player deregistration.


            Added Wed Mar 6 14:05:12 2019


Senior coaching staff and players put the Roos Under 13-15 teams through their paces on Monday 11 March as part of the Club’s junior development strategy. Club Physio, Mel Dennis and Senior Medic, Craig Davis, addressed the group on concussion and injury management issues. S & C Coach Matt Tyson put the boys through a gym session and spoke about specialist training methods. The coaches and players did some work on tackle technique and skills development. With this extra input the boys should be primed for the commencement of the CCDJRL Season on 6 April.

Brock Molan oversees some tackle tech

Matt Tyson directs a gym session

Chris Centrone guides through an attacking drill

Mel Dennis (L) & Craig Davis address the troops

            Updated Thu Mar 14 09:33:04 2019


Wholehearted performances both sides of the ball and four tries in five Daley Cup matches prompted CRL selectors to pick Wyong’s Nathan Kegg-King in the Country Under 18’s squad to tour the United Kingdom later this year. Nathan was the only Central Coast representative player selected in the squad. Nathan has worked hard on improving his game and the selection is both acknowledgement and reward for such commitment. Nathan joins an elite group of players representing Country 18/19’s from Wyong including Mark Carey, Dave Thorne, Dave Barrett, Robbie Rodger and Adam Keighran. Congratulations to Nathan from the Board and Management of WRLCG. Job well done.  

            Added Thu Apr 11 11:28:33 2019


The second annual Terry Wand Shield competition for northern conference schools was held at Roos HQ on 3 April 2019. Twenty-three teams comprising Years 5 & 6 students (male and female) started the day. Last year’s Grand Finalists, Wamberal and Kanwal, faced off in one semi-final and again the southerners narrowly prevailed. St Mary’s Noraville qualified from the other semi, but Wamberal were once more too strong in the decider. Congratulations to all those involved and especially to the triumphant Wamberal Public School.

Wamberal PS - Proud winners of the Terry Wand Shield for the second time

St Marys/Noraville PS

            Updated Sat Apr 6 08:29:09 2019


Eight Wyong Roos represented Broken Bay Catholic Schools in the Under 11’s Polding trials on 3 May at Tamworth. 

Congratulations to (L to R) William Kyle, Josh Fesolai, Tyler Blackhall, Caleb Fesolai, Nate Valamis, Malachi Patterson, Brady Mackay and Nixon Lavin. Well done boys from everyone at Roos HQ.


            Updated Wed May 8 10:14:50 2019


The Central Coast Division of Junior Rugby League has a Policy for taking images of children.  Follow the link below for full Policy document. 

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            Added Wed May 15 14:36:24 2019


Five Wyong Roos have been selected in the 18 person Central Coast Roosters Under 16 Women’s Tackle rep team. Congratulations to Kaitlyn Norris, Macey Timp, Teisha Saunders, Bianca Blackhall and Jessica Whitehead. These young ladies are pioneers for the Club and the game. Whilst the competition on the Coast is in its infancy, plenty of talent has already been unearthed. The female side of the game has rocketed in terms of numbers and competitions. Under 16 (and Under 14) matches are played on Friday nights at Roos HQ commencing 6.30pm. There is still room for a few more Under 16 players at Wyong for those who may be interested. The full CCR squad is as follows;

Terina Kaami            Budgewoi                             

Anita Brown              Budgewoi

Kaitlyn Norris            Wyong                          

Tahlia Smith              Erina

Mia Barber                Erina                                      

Teisha Saunders       Wyong

Macey Timp              Wyong     

Katelina Vaafusuaga    Budgewoi

Sophie Whitton         Erina   

Zali Fulton                 Kincumber

Tayla Montgomery    Kincumber                       

Jasmine McCorquodale  Erina

Piper Kennedy          Budgewoi           

Bianca Blackhall       Wyong

Milli Lupo                  Budgewoi 

Hannah Gerrard       Kincumber

Jessica Deakin         Kincumber   

Jessica Whitehead   Wyong

            Updated Wed Jun 12 11:35:24 2019



The Grand Finals of the Under 16 and Open Ladies League Tag CRL Country Championship were played at Morry Breen Field on 27 July. Greater Southern Region defeated Greater Northern Tigers 16-6 in the Under 16 match. The young ladies played some exciting football with ball movement, speed and athleticism worthy of an elite level GF. GSR took the initiative by scoring early. The Tigers hit back with purpose but time and again after creating space on the left and looking certain to score, play was recalled for a forward pass. GSR eventually wore down their northern opposition and were deserved winners. The Tigers garnered plenty of admiration with a very skilful and wholehearted performance on the day.

The Central Coast Roosters Opens made it three Country Championships in succession when they defeated GSR 13-12. Scores were locked at 12-12 and with two minutes remaining, The Entrance’s Jocelyn Kelleher stepped up and nailed a field goal at the first attempt. GSR continually pressured the Roosters line over the final minutes and had a field goal attempt of its own waived away. This was a fast, tense match of the highest standard and it was a pity there had to be a loser. The Wyong contingent of Sarah Dimech, Teearna Langbridge, Kelsey Clark and Erin Kessler were major contributors to the victory and to the Roosters’ overall campaign.

GSR Under 16's

Back row (L to R): Sarah Dimech & Erin Kessler

Front row (L to R); Kelsey Clark & Teearna Langbridge  

            Updated Tue Jul 30 17:41:48 2019


Any young ladies interested in trialling for the 2020 Newcastle Knights Tarsha Gale squad have to submit a completed Nomination Form no later than 1 September 2019.

Further details can be obtained by emailing Elite Pathway Programs Manager, Casey Bromilow cbromilow@newcastleknights.com.au or calling Casey on 0488925850.

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            Updated Thu Aug 29 17:18:37 2019


NRL Game Development will be holding a Senior Club Coaching Course at Wyong Rugby League Club.

Course Details

Venue: Wyong Leagues Club, 40 Lake Haven Drive, Kanwal NSW 2259

Date: (3 days)

*  Friday 29 November – 10.00 am – 7.30 pm
*  Saturday 30 November – 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
*  Sunday 1 December – 8.00 am – 6.00 pm

Cost: $300


* Applicants are required to have held a Club Coach or International Games Coach accreditation for a minimum of 12 months

*   Must be coaching at a minimum of U15s or higher

*   Must Complete a League Safe Course

*   Have no Code of Conduct breaches in the last 12 months


To apply for the course please complete the application form at

Applications Close: 8th November 2019

Inquiries to Mark O’Meley

Mobile: 0427 904 588

Email: momeley@nrl.com.au

Course Requirements

To be accredited as a Senior Club Coach you will be required to:

*   Attend all lectures and practical sessions

* Demonstrate competency in planning, organising and delivering appropriate training sessions to senior players

*  Complete pre and post course assessment tasks as well as be formally assessed by a qualified assessor or mentor

            Added Thu Aug 8 19:51:16 2019


Applications are now being called for Roos Junior Coaches for the 2020 season.  Please refer to the Coaching Application Form and Coaches Agreement in the ''Newsletter" area on the left hand side of the website Homepage. Coaches applications close on the 1st November 2019. Interviews will be done in mid-November.

            Updated Thu Sep 19 08:05:50 2019


Wyong Roos Juniors has had another successful year with 8 teams qualifying for the CCDJRL Grand Finals to be played this weekend at the Morry Breen Complex (Saturday) and Central Coast Stadium (Sunday).

The Club does not rely upon on-field results when measuring success. Enjoyment, participation and feeling part of the rugby league community are more important. Wyong Roos fielded 37 junior teams in Season 2019. Not all take part in competitions, less than half qualified for the Finals Series and just over 20% have reached their Grand Finals. If history is anything to go by the Roos will be celebrating some Premierships come Saturday and Sunday night, but we might also be dealing with defeat. There are few guarantees in sport except one year’s results matter little in following seasons.

The number of youngsters running around at training clothed in their Wyong gear and engaging with one another is symptomatic of success. The noise they generate is a measure of that success. Whether or not your team made the semi-finals, was eliminated early, has a berth in the Grand Final or does not even play in competition format, you are all part of the project that is Wyong Roos and your contribution is valued and means something to this Club.

Without the support of our sponsors Aubrey Brown Lawyers, Bishop Collins Accountants, the Good Guys Tuggerah, Better Business Advice, Vili’s Pies, Star 104.5 FM & Greg Menken Plumbing this project would be much diminished, perhaps lucky to survive. Instead it thrives. The Roos family owes these businesses its thanks and patronage.

Good luck to those playing this weekend. Congratulations on a wonderful season to those who are not.

Saturday 7 September

George Glading Field

10.00am U10/1’s Wyong v Woy Woy

11.00am U11/3’s Wyong v Gosford-Kariong

12.00pm U11/2’s Wyong v Ourimbah

1.00pm U11/1’s Wyong v Woy Woy

Bill Hicks Field

12.20pm U14 GLT Wyong v Terrigal Wamberal Blue

Morry Breen Field

2.00pm U18/2’s Wyong v Peninsula Joint Venture

Sunday 8 September

Central Coast Stadium

10.10am U14/1’s Wyong v Kincumber

1.40pm U16/1’s Wyong Green v Terrigal Wamberal Black

            Added Tue Sep 3 15:45:48 2019


Eight Wyong teams qualified for the CCDJRL Grand Finals and come last Sunday afternoon the U11/1’s, U11/2’s, U14/1’s and U18/2’s stood tall as Premiers.

The U10/1’s were beaten 36-4 by a very good Woy Woy team. As far as Coach Terence Seuseu was concerned the team’s effort could not be faulted and Roosters were just too strong on the day.

The U11/3’s fell to Gosford-Kariong 36-12. Qualifying for the Grand Final was both a surprise and a huge achievement and there was nothing wrong with the team’s application. The Storm played well and were deserved winners. Coach Glen Eastwood could not have been prouder of the way this side carried itself throughout the competition.

The U14 GLT was another surprise packet, improving dramatically and going one step further in 2019. The Grand Final was very tight, the Wyong ladies giving the well credentialled Terrigal quite a fright. Whilst the 22-10 scoreline blew out just a little in the end, our girls acquitted themselves very well, displayed real competitive heart and pride in the jersey.

The U16/1’s could not have prepared better for the big one. Terrigal have a red hot side in this grade and the 32-16 scoreline showed the Roos will not be intimidated by reputations and are not that far off being the best team in the competition.

The U11/2’s proved too strong for Ourimbah, grabbing the Premiership with a 22-6 win. The Roos defensive effort was something to behold and laid the platform for the victory. Restricting the Magpies to just one try was an outstanding effort and Coach Ben Smith was more than pleased with the performance.

The U11/1’s boast a brilliant record and winning the Grand Final 42-0 shows the difference between this team and the rest of the competition. Nothing short of superb and arguably once again the best team in the whole Central Coast Junior league.

The U14/1’s qualified for the GF the hard way but saved their very best for when it counted the most in defeating Kincumber 32-4 in the big one. The Roos built as the season progressed and peaked at the optimum time. The Colts simply had no answer. Noah Hill was outstanding in the GF winning the Man of the Match Award amongst a group of players who all did their jobs.

The U18/2’s were the favourites for the title and had well earned that favouritism with consistently good performances throughout the season. The Grand Final was an ugly affair. The Roos kept their composure for a 14-4 win over the Peninsula Joint Venture crew. Skipper Kain Comerford led the way for Wyong, securing the Man of the Match Award as well as the Premiership Shield.

Congratulations to all those involved. A great end to another great season for the Roos.

            Added Tue Sep 24 16:35:21 2019


Congratulations to our Wyong Junior Roos teams in their Grand Finals last Week.

  • Under 10-1s Wyong were defeated by Woy Woy 36 – 4
  • Under 11-3s Wyong were defeated by Gosford/Kariong 36 – 12
  • Under 14GLT Wyong were defeated by Terrigal 22 – 10 
  • Under 16/1’s Wyong were defeated by Terrigal 32 – 16


  • Under 11-2s Wyong defeated Ourimbah 22 – 6
  • Under 11-1s Wyong defeated Woy Woy 42 – 6
  • Under 14/1s Wyong defeated Kincumber 32 – 4
  • Under 18-2s Wyong defeated Peninsula JV 14 –4

            Added Tue Sep 10 17:37:17 2019


The Junior Roos AGM (Annual General Meeting) is on Wednesday 30th October at 7.00pm in Jimmy's Bar - Upstairs at the Wyong Leagues Club.  Nominations need to in by 16th October.

            Added Thu Sep 19 08:07:05 2019



The Roos held the Season 2019 Presentation for U15-18 age players in the Showroom at Wyong Leagues Club on Saturday 19 October. The Presentation was a milestone for the Club in that it marked the first time the Under 16 Women’s Tackle Team and League Tag Team have participated in the gala dinner as well as the initial awarding of the Isabel Clouten Trophy to the female Player of the Year.

Award Winners

Player of the Year – Kain Comerford & Laine Parkins (joint winners)

Female Player of the Year – Kaitlyn Norris

Senior Club Person of the Year – Cassandra Patterson

Junior Club Person of the Year – Joe Teale

Craig Purcell Memorial Shield – Daniel Matthews

Wand Shield (Service with Wyong Roos from U6-U18) – Jack Hill, Kain Comerford & Regan Clark

Highest Pointscorer (International) – Travis Vawdon 134 points (15 tries & 37 goals)

International Coach of the Year – Brent Pisani

Ten Year’s Service – Heath McKillop-Davies, Marty Dawson, Ryan Abbott, Jaden Andrews, Daniel Matthews, Than Jeffrey & Lauchlan Bissaker

Under 15/1 Most Consistent Forward – Kyle Kane

                      Most Consistent Back – Mason Stottelaar

                      Best Attacking Player – Lauchlan Bissaker

                      Best Defensive Player – Broden Konz

                      Players’ Player – Broden Konz

Under 15/3 Most Consistent – Henry Davis

                      Best Forward – Sachin Flight

                      Most Improved – Zac Ferris  

                      Coach’s Award – Oden Raymond

                      Players’ Player – Joshua Ross

Under 16/1 (Green) Most Consistent – Jacob Smeaton

                                     Best Forward – Drew Kelly

                                     Most Improved – Kai Doalman

                                     Best Back – Michael Whitton

                                     Best & Fairest – Oliver Young

Under 16/1 (Black)  Most Consistent – Zarhn Cassidy-Curran

                                     Most Improved – Noah Plumb

                                     Coach’s Award – Connor Hutchison

                                 Best Forward – William Peachey

                                 Best Back – Daniel Matthews

U16 League Tag  Most Consistent – Amy-Lee Matthews

                               Coach’s Award – Olivia Riley

                               Best Forward – Ally Smith

                               Best Back – Jessica Whitehead

                               Players’ Player – Kaitlyn Norris

U16 Women’s Tackle  Coach’s Award – Bella Hunt

                                         Best Forward – Teisha Saunders

                                         Best Back – Jorja Boyden

                                         Players’ Player – Matilda Taylor

                                         Best & Fairest – Kaitlyn Norris

U18/1  Best Forward – Regan Clark

              Best Back – Jye Treay

              Coach’s Award – Jack Teale

              Players’ Player – Isaac Blackhall

              Best & Fairest – Nathan Kegg-King

U18/2  Most Consistent – Jacob McSweeney

              Best Forward – Tyson England

              Best Back – Jack Hill

              Coach’s Award – Brodie Watt

              Players’ Player (MVP) – Kain Comerford

            Updated Fri Oct 25 11:47:25 2019



Monday 21 October 2019

Children from Indian, Arabic and Filipino communities will try Rugby League for the first time this week when they take part in the NSWRL’s Try League program for culturally linguistic and diverse (CALD) communities in western Sydney.


Try League aims to break down the barriers and social isolation for people from diverse backgrounds by introducing them to a non-competitive format of Rugby League. It has received support from both the NSW and Federal Governments.


The program, for children aged four to nine, will run for the next eight weeks at The Ponds from Tuesday (22 October), Parramatta from Wednesday (23 October) and Minchinbury from Thursday (24 October).


The first Try League program for 2019 was run at Blacktown in July and other programs have been also been scheduled for Chatswood, Rockdale and Fairfield in the new year.


“The Try League program is a wonderful initiative to introduce children to our game who might not be familiar with Rugby League,” NSWRL Chief Executive David Trodden said.


“The format is safe for players who might not be familiar with Rugby League and the emphasis is on fun and getting out there and having a good time.


“I was thrilled to see the success of Try League at Blacktown and I’m confident the programs planned for other areas will be just as enjoyable for all the participants.


“It’s great to see the kids involved having a good time and hopefully it could unearth another Rugby League star in the future.”



For further information:


Name:  Stuart Honeysett

NSWRL Communications Manager

M:         +61 416 266 546

E:          shoneysett@nswrl.com.au   


Name:  Tracie Edmondson

NSWRL Head of Public Affairs

M:         +61 416 258 342

E:          tedmondson@nswrl.com.au

            Updated Fri Oct 25 11:44:54 2019



Wyong Roos held its Presentation for U10-U14 players at Bill Hicks Field on Sunday 20 October. Under a bright sky and lured by zorb balls, a dunk tank, inflatable amusement and snow cones, many players and their families took part in the final celebration of the Junior Roos season.

Award Winners

Player With the Most Potential  - Dylan Coyte

Max Freeman Encouragement Award – Brooklyn Smith

David McCluand Memorial Trophy – Ashton Morris

Mod Coach of the Year – Ben Smith

Highest Point Scorer Mod – Nate Valamis 172 points (41 tries & 4 goals)

Under 10/1  Most Improved – Nate Ross

                       Most Consistent – Kingston Seuseu

                       Coach’s Award – Joel Seol

                       Players’ Player – Khyanu Mahon

                       Best & Fairest – Tukia Fotu-Moala

Under 10/2  Best Back – Caden Holloway-Gibbs

                       Best Forward – Olyver Hokin

                       Best Defence – Jackson Williams

                       Coach’s Award – Cooper Corbett

                       Most Valuable Player – Kaidyn Hutton

Under 10/3  Most Improved – Levi Cox

                       Most Consistent – Harper Bradney

                       Most Potential – Dechlan Loxton

                       Coach’s Award – Hunter Horne

                       Best & Fairest – Zac Barton

Under 11/1  Best Back – Josh Fesolai

                       Best Forward – Riley Cabral

                       Most Improved – Tulsyn McCulloch

                       Team Player – Carter Mareko

                       Players’ Player – Kai Hodges

Under 11/2  Best Defender – Nixon Lavin

                       Most Consistent – Logan Rundell

                       Most Improved – Jackson Skinner

                       Players’ Player – Kobi Chamberlain

                       Best & Fairest – Sean Hanneghan

Under 11/3  Best Defender – Callum Stewart

                       Most Consistent – Nicholas Thomsen

                       Best Back – Luke Andrews

                       Best Forward – Tyler Hazeltine

                       Best & Fairest – Nate Valamis

Under 12/1  Most Consistent – Lachlan Gatt

                       Most Improved – Archie Black

                       Coach’s Award – Jackson Watene

                       Players’ Player – Isaac Fotu-Moala

                       Best & Fairest – Ryan Tukapua

Under 12/2  Best Back – Harrison Bailey

                       Best Forward – Ty Millar

                       Most Improved – William Kyle

                       Coach’s Award – Tyne Hamshere

                       Best & Fairest – Jye Hilder

Under 12/3  Best Forward – Nathan Trigg

                       Best Back – William Bryant

                       Coach’s Award – Millie Timp

                       Most Improved – James Wood

                       Players’ Player – Matty Lennard

Under 13/1  Best Forward – Josiah Fesolai

                       Best Back – Kaidyn Lucas

                       Most Improved – Stephen Miller

                       Coach’s Award – Jack Nolan

                       Best & Fairest – Duke Huckstepp  

Under 13/3  Best Forward – Jay McPhail

                       Best Back – Tyson Ward

                       Most Improved – Zane Nikitin

                       Coach’s Award – Shannon Emblem

                       Best & Fairest – Nate Chapman-Garratley

Under 14/1   Most Consistent – Heath MacKillop-Davies

                        Best Forward – Declan Booth

                        Most Improved – Connor Tandberg

                        Coach’s Award – Brodie Greaves

                        Best & Fairest - Zac Gillett

Under 14/2   Best Forward – Matthew Gray

                        Best Back – Brayden Smith

                        Coach’s Award – Cody Millar

                        Players’ Player – Lochlan Eggleton

                        Best & Fairest – Hayden Woods

Under 14/3   Best Forward – Liam Dunn

                        Best Back – Matt Kehoe

                        Most Consistent – Tyson Montgomery

                        Most Improved – Jesse Lambeth

                        Manager’s & Trainer’s Award – Ryan Nash

Under 14 League Tag  Most Consistent – Aylah McCulloch

                                         Most Improved – Summa Bermingham

                                         Coach’s Award – Jemma Young

                                         Players’ Player – Shay Newbery

                                         Best & Fairest – Ella Coombe         

            Updated Fri Oct 25 11:45:36 2019


The NRL is seeking expressions of interest from persons keen to secure accreditation as a Level 2 Sports Trainer prior to Season 2020. If there is sufficient demand the NRL will conduct a course at Roos HQ. Interested persons should contact Sarah Dimech or Stephen Marks at Wyong Leagues Club on 43922799

            Added Mon Nov 11 10:23:48 2019


Hello World Travel, Lake Haven are runing coaches to the Hunter Valley Christmas lights on Sunday 8 December, 2019.  See flyer for details. 

            Added Tue Nov 19 10:37:03 2019


Central Coast Roosters has named a formidable squad to contest both the Harvey Norman NSWRL Women’s Premiership and the Country Championship. Five players from Wyong’s CCDRL Ladies League Tag competition winning team have been included. Premiership Coach, Claire Reed, is joined by Roos Olivia Kernick, Olivia Glanville, Darby Clark and Kelsey Clark. Both Kernick and Glanville were members of the Knights 2019 Tarsha Gale team which qualified for the decider of that competition. Kernick went on to represent NSW in the inaugural Under 18 Origin clash with Qld. Kelsey Clark’s selection caps a fine season wherein the young half not only secured the LLT Premiership but in the process was awarded Best & Fairest Player in that competition.

However, the Roos representation does not stop with these five young ladies. Former Wyong Captain, Chantelle Graham, together with past players Sophie Buller, Emma Frost, Ashlee Russell and Joeli Morris have also gained selection.

Congratulations to all those selected and best wishes to the whole squad and staff on the 2020 campaign from everyone at Wyong Roos.

CCR Women’s Representative Squad

Claire Reed     

Alicia Martin   

Bobbi Law                                                                                          

Isabel Kelly                                           

Jamie Frezzard                                           

Alicia Wright         

Madeline Watson                               

Emma Frost                                                

Shannon Rose                                                                                  

Jasmin Strange                                    

Shaney Ball                                                 

Shaniece Nathan      

Anika Butler                                         

Ashlee Russell                                            

Darby Clark                                                                                    

Olivia Higgins                                       

Mel Howard                                                

Kelsey Clark           

Brittany Starr                                        

Joeli Morris                                                 

Britney Duff                                                                                    

Drew Alexander                                  

Olivia Glanville                                            

Tazmyne Luschwitz 

Jasmine Wolfe                                     

Shawden Burton                                        

Hanna Southwell                            

Courtney Jago                                       

Madeline Jones                                         

Ebony Millgate          

Olivia Kernick                                       

Chantelle Graham                                     

Bec Young                                                                                         

Emma Young                                       

Tayla Predebon                                          

Caitlyn Johnson       

Sophie Buller                                       

Alyssa Tai                                                      

Jocelyn Kelleher           

Mel Sutton                                           

Ashlee Pauletto                                           

Ashlee McKenzie      

Casey Griffiths                                      

Koebi Daley                                                  

Nikki Dawdle           

Brooke Peachey  

            Added Tue Nov 12 09:42:33 2019



Wyong received a total of 7 club, team and individual awards at the Central Coast Junior Division Presentation held at Mingara Recreation Club on 16 October, including the prestigious Col Franklin Memorial Shield for Most Successful Club and the Greg Mawson Life Member Shield for Most Outstanding Team (Under 11/1).

The Under 11/1’s scored 639 points and conceded just 52 in Season 2019 to also receive the Wyong Rugby League Club Group Shield for Best Attacking Team in Mod age divisions. The Under 11/1’s produced an exceptional performance in the Grand Final to win 42-0. On Wednesday night Wyong’s Kye Hodges received the award for Best Player on Grand Final Day in Mod age divisions for his efforts in that decider.

The complete list of award winners is as follows;

Central Coast Roosters Under 14 Representative Team

Best Back – Tyrone Dorrell

Best Forward – Atticus Fotofili

Best & Fairest – James Miller

Players’ Player – Tyrone Dorrell

Central Coast Roosters Under 15 Representative Team

Best Back – Ethan Strange

Best Forward – Soakimi Aho

Best & Fairest – Cade Mellon

Players’ Player – Soakimi Aho

Central Coast Roosters Under 16 Girls League Tag Team

Coach’s Award – Jayde Doyle

Best & Fairest – Charlotte Barwick

Players’ Player – Erica Carlisle

Central Coast Roosters Under 16 Girls Tackle Team

Coach’s Award – Jess Deakin

Best & Fairest – Hannah Gerard

Players’ Player – Teisha Saunders

Best Defensive Team 1st Division Mod – Woy Woy U10/1 (conceded 24 points in 2019)

Best Attacking Team 1st Division Mod – Wyong U11/1 (scored 639 points in 2019)

Best Defensive Team 2nd & 3rd Division Mod – Erina U12/2 (conceded 102 points in 2019)

Best Attacking Team 2nd & 3rd Division Mod – Warnervale U10/3 (scored 512 points in 2019)

Best Defensive Team 1st Division International – Wyong U14/1 (conceded 76 points in 2019)

Best Attacking Team 1st Division International – The Entrance U15/1 (scored 442 points in 2019)

Best Defensive Team 2nd & 3rd Division International – Wyong U18/2 (conceded 110 points in 2019)

Best Attacking Team 2nd & 3rd Division International – Gosford U14/2 (scored 518 points in 2019)

Most Outstanding League Tag Team – Erina Blue U16.5 (scored 422 points & conceded 44 in 2019)

Most Improved Team – Wyong U15/1

Most Successful Club – Wyong Roos

Most Outstanding Team – Wyong U11/1

Best Player on Grand Final Day Mod – Kye Hodges (Wyong)

Best Player on Grand Final Day League Tag – Tayla Montgomery (Erina)

Best Player on Grand Final Day International – Tyler Moriarty (Terrigal)

CCDRL Best & Fairest Under 18 – Bailey Frost (Blue Haven)

CCDRL Player of the Year – Thomas Deakin (Kincumber)

CCDRL awarded Ian Jeffery (Toukley) with Life Membership. Ian’s long record of volunteer work with CCDRL as an Executive Committee member, Judiciary Chairman and member and selector was appropriately recognised with Life Membership. Ian has been a friend of Wyong Roos for many years and the Club congratulates him on this well deserved acknowledgement.

            Updated Fri Oct 25 11:46:31 2019


With Season 2020 fast approaching, thoughts of registration come to mind. CCDJRL has changed parts of its fiscal policy for the upcoming year. The net change means the cost of playing rugby league next season will be higher than 2019. Regrettably, the Club has to pass on the increase to the player. The registration fees for Season 2020 will be as follows;

  • Mini - $180.00
  • Mod & International - $200
  • League Tag (U14 & U16) - $150

Included in the above registration fees will be insurance under the NSWRL Group Accident Policy, Club Polo Shirt, Training Shirt, Playing Shorts and Socks.

Discounts will apply if more than one child from the same family registers with Wyong Roos.

The Club is a Provider under the Active Kids Voucher Scheme. Vouchers will be available from 1 January 2020.


            Added Tue Dec 3 12:52:49 2019



CCDJRL held a Women’s Tackle Competition for Under 12’s, 14’s & 16’s at Gumbayah Oval North Doyalson on 30 November. The Roos entered teams in the older two divisions with the Under 14’s defeated in golden point extra time by Budgewoi and the Under 16’s taking the title. The Entrance Tigers won the Under 12 competition.

The female side of the game continues its extraordinary growth. Any girls looking to play tackle rugby league or league tag in Season 2020 should contact Belinda or Sarah at Wyong Leagues Club on 43922799.

Under 14 Tackle Team

Under 16 Tackle Team

            Updated Wed Dec 4 08:01:33 2019

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