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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 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 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



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 Rugby League Coordinator Mr Stephen Marks on 0439 157222 or email smarks@wyongleagues.com.au


 
            Updated Wed Nov 29 11:27:21 2017



EVOLUTION SECURITY - 2018 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 Wed Nov 29 11:22:36 2017



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



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



2018 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://membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?aID=84&pKey=4b65a0447d44f54bae1837c3f2bbdabe&cID=12218&formID=53845

 

 


            Updated Thu Nov 30 10:25:26 2017



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



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



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



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



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



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 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



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



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

 


            Added Tue May 16 16:34:24 2017



2018 JUNIOR ROOS MAJOR SPONSORS - AUBREY BROWN & PARTNERS

 

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;
  • Provide Accredited Specialist Criminal Lawyers

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



CRL MEDIA RELEASE - SERVICE PINS

 

CRL Media Release - Service pins awarded for contribution to Country Rugby League.  Follow the link below.  


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            Added Thu Nov 30 16:37:15 2017



WYONG JUNIORS NAME 2018 COACHES


Wyong Roos has appointed the following coaches for Season 2018:

U9’s Tyson Vanderwolf & Nathan Thomas

U10/1’s Tolo Mareko U10/2’s Ben Smith

U11/1’s Duncan Black U11/2’s Mitchell Brown

U12/2’s Aaron Papas U12/3’s Rebecca Brown

U13/1’s Wayne Gillett U13/2’s (Green) Mark Davies U13/2’s (Gold) Tracy Simpson

U14/1’s Adrian Craig

U15/1’s Shane Hilder

U16/1’s Chris Vawdon

U17/1’s Aaron Snowden

The Club needs more coaches. Anyone interested should contact Belinda Hill on 43922799. If you  do not hold the necessary qualifications, multiple coaching and sportstrainer courses have been scheduled prior to the commencement of Season 2018. Course details can be obtained by contacting Belinda on the above number. The Club will reimburse coaches the registration costs of any mandatory accreditation course. Working With Children Checks are compulsory for all junior coaches.

 


 
            Added Wed Dec 20 11:58:31 2017



WYONG ROOS 2018 JERSEY SPONSORS


The Wyong Roos would like to thank all of our 2018 jersey sponsors

JUNIORS

Aubrey Brown

Bishop Collins – U/17’s

Better Business Advice

The Good Guys – Tuggerah

Villis Pies

INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

Austbrokers Central Coast

Northlakes Glass

Muscle Bros Toukley

1ST GRADE

Evolution Security

Dovmac

Network Interiors 

RESERVE GRADE

Optus Lakehaven

Regnis & Sons

Sharp DS 

OPEN AGE

Citrus Clean

Vision Construction

Design Garages 

U/19’s

Fill & Carry 

CLUB SHORT SPONSORS

StarFM

Greg Menken Plumbing 

LADIES LEAGUE TAG

Dovmac

 


 
            Updated Fri Dec 22 12:33:17 2017



CRL MEDIA - CHRIS ANDERSON APPOINTED CESO FOR BIDGEE REGION

 

CRL Media Release - Chris Anderson appointed as CESO for Bidgee Region.  Follow the link below.


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            Added Tue Jan 23 10:48:25 2018



FIVE WYONG JUNIORS IN NRL TRIAL



Sydney Roosters Coach Trent Robinson wanted Mitch Williams and Luke Sharpe quarantined for the NRL trial against Penrith. The Roosters also wanted a look at Nick O’Meley, Josh Mantellato, Jake Lewis, Ben Thomas and Alex Langbridge in top company against strong opposition. Mitch provided his standard slick service and split the opposition with a signature burst from acting half. Luke was sound in defence, completing a one on one last line tackle, and was a constant threat from fullback. Luke skipped to the outside of his marker late in the second half to create enough time and space for Nick to score in the north-east corner. Nick was prominent with tough carries in the get out sets. Jake and Ben were strong in the middle, hitting hard and eating up the metres, while Josh dominated his left edge space both sides of the ball. Alex replaced Mitch with little time remaining in the trial, and did his job without fuss, well controlling the Roosters’ final possession set. A memorable night for all the boys, but also for the Club. Jake is in his third season with the Roos and Ben his first. Nick, Josh, Luke, Mitch and Alex are all Wyong Juniors. Add Penrith’s Adam Keighran, and there were six Roos juniors on the field in Saturday night’s NRL trial at Panthers Stadium. Throw in Eloni Vunakece and Zane Tetevano, and there was a distinct Wyong flavour to the proceedings. Penrith defeated the Roosters 30-18. Robbo was satisfied with the attack, but believed the defence needs some work before the Round 1 clash with Wests Tigers on 10 March.

Photo: (From left) Nick O’Meley, Josh Mantellato, Jake Lewis, Ben Thomas, Luke Sharpe, Mitch Williams & Alex Langbridge


            Added Tue Feb 20 14:17:04 2018



THREE ROOS FEATURE IN KNIGHTS TARSHA GALE WIN



Jolie Morris, Olivia Kernick and Olivia Glanville from the Wyong Roos Ladies League Tag team all featured in the Newcastle Knights’ 54-10 victory over St George in Round 1 of the Tarsha Gale Cup. Both Olivia’s grabbed a try in Thursday night’s match at Balcomb Oval Dudley. The Tarsha Gale Cup is a 9’s format competition for Under 18 females which roughly parallel’s the S G Ball Cup. The Knights led 32-10 at halftime and kept the Dragons scoreless in the second period in the ten tries to two win.

The girls face Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval on 17 February in Round 2. Kick off is at 2.30pm.

(Photo: Olivia Glanville in action for the Roos against Erina)


            Added Fri Feb 9 14:09:22 2018



WRLCG BOARD OF DIRECTORS DECISION - WYONG ROOS TO END ASSOCIATION WITH SYDNEY ROOSTERS AT END OF 2018 SEASON

 

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



CRL NEWCASTLE TO REPRESENT HUNTER REGION IN NSW WOMEN'S PREMIERSHIP


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



NSWRL JUNIOR REPS UPDATE

 

Central Coast Roosters S G Ball Cup team suffered a narrow 36-28 loss to Manly at Lottoland in Round 4. The Roosters were behind 10-22 at halftime and outpointed the Sea Eagles in the second period. Wyong Roo Tallis Angianga scored a brace (8th & 33rd minutes) for the Roosters, and was joined on the scoresheet by his skipper, Jake O’Meley. The following week at Morry Breen Field, the Roosters suffered a heavy loss at the paws of Canterbury Bulldogs to the tune of 54-22. The ‘Dogs held sway 26-12 at the break and coasted for much of the second period. Wyong Roo Adam Riding crossed twice for the Roosters (30th & 60th minutes), and Jake O’Meley grabbed his second in as many games (43rd minute). Central Coast Roosters now sit 10th on the table.

The Harold Matthews team has had a very lean season to date, going down to Manly 40-0 in Round 4 and Canterbury 26-14 in Round 5. The team sits 13th on the ladder, eight competition points behind top placed Penrith.

The Wyong girls turning out for the Knights in the Tarsha Gale Cup continue to look for some consistency on the paddock. After being hammered 66-18 by Cronulla in Round 4 (42-10 at halftime), Newcastle bounced back to defeat Penrith 52-28. Both Joeli Morris and Olivia Kernick grabbed tries for the Knights in the latter match at St Marys.

Jaron Purcell started in the backrow for the Knights in their 28-20 victory over Cronulla. Newcastle led 22-20 at halftime of the Round 4 S G Ball Cup match at Cessnock, and scored the only points of the second half in a match that could have gone either way. Jaron moved back to lock for the Round 5 clash with Penrith. The Panthers led 20-4 at halftime and 32-16 by the final siren.

Round 6 of both the S G Ball and Harold Matthews competitions will see the Wyong Roos team mates face off against one another when the Central Coast meet Newcastle at Cessnock Sports Ground. The Matts kick off at 12.00 noon and the Ball at 1.30pm. The Tarsha Gale girls have a bye.


 
            Updated Sun Mar 18 07:18:49 2018



NRL 2018 CODE OF CONDUCT


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 JNR & SENIOR RUGBY LEAGUE COMMUNICATION & SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY


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 400 GAMES FOR WYONG ROOS


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



CRL APPROVES USE OF PRESCRIPTION GOGGLES IN RUGBY LEAGUE


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



CRL MEDIA RELEASE - WESTERN RAMS TO FACE SEA EAGLES JUNIOR CHAMPIONS


The best junior representative teams in New South Wales will go head to head this month with the Western Rams facing the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles at Mudgee’s Glen Willow Regional Sports Stadium on Sunday, 20th May.

The match between CRL’s Andrew Johns Cup and NSWRL Harold Matthews Cup Premiers will feature some of the best Under-16’s players from Regional and Metropolitan NSW and will be played as the curtain raiser to the St George Illawarra Dragons and Canberra Raiders NRL match at the venue.

CRL Elite Pathways Football Manager Matt Parish believes it’s a great opportunity not only for the Rams, but for CRL’s new junior representative pathways to test themselves against the elite players in the state.

“The Western Rams Under-16’s played some great football to remain undefeated in the Andrew Johns Cup and it’s a wonderful opportunity for these kids to test themselves against a side like Manly,” said Parish.

“We’ve (CRL) achieved some great results with the introduction of the Johns and Daley Cups and this game gives us an opportunity to benchmark against the elite pathway competition in the state.”

Parish admitted the opportunity to play in a curtain-raiser to an NRL game will be something the players will always remember.

“It’s been great to see NRL games taken to regional areas this season and it’s massive for these young men to be able to play in front of their family and friends before an NRL competition match.

“I’d like to thank both the NSWRL and Manly Sea Eagles for helping to make this game happen and I strongly encourage fans to get to Glen Willow early to see two great young rugby league teams in action.”

The Western Rams and Manly Warringah Sea Eagles match will kick-off at 11:45am; with the St George Illawarra Dragons and Canberra Raiders NRL match kicking off at 2:00pm.  


 
            Added Tue May 8 13:25:10 2018



FINALS RESULTS - CRL MENS U23's & LLT COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS


The CRL Men's Under-23's and Ladies League Tag Country Championships came to an exciting conclusion on Saturday 28th May, 2018 with Northern Rivers and Central Coast crowned 'CRL Country Champions'.

Northern Rivers secured a memorable victory in the Men's Under-23's match, taking down defending champions Monaro 26-22 in a classic Country Championship Final. Two late tries in the first-half to Michael Dwane and Benjamin O'Gorman saw Northern Rivers take a 14-10 lead into half-time, before Dwane grabbed his hat-trick just minutes into the second-half to set up a 20-10 lead.  Powerful tries to Tyson Greenwood and Cleveland McGhie saw Monaro level the scores, but it was Northern Rivers who sealed the victory with Kyle Kennedy scoring to reclaim the lead.  Northern Rivers forward Caleb Ziebel was named Man of the Match.

The Central Coast Roosters claimed back-to-back Ladies League Tag titles with a hard-fought 22-6 victory over the GSR Wests Tigers to kick-off the day, with Roosters five-eighth Sarah Dimech named Player of the Match.  The Tigers opened the scoring with a try to Kimberley Stevens, but were unable to keep the defending champions from finding their rhythm and scoring the next four tries of the match to seal the win. 

Ladies League Tag Results

Central Coast Roosters 22 (A Russell, S George, S Higgins, K Kessler tries; H Buchanan 3 goals) def. GSR Wests Tigers 6 (K Stevens try; J Crane goal)

Men's Under-23's Results


Northern Rivers 26 (M Dwane 3, B O'Gorman, K Kennedy tries; T Robinson 3 goals) def. Monaro Colts 20 (K Shepherdson, T Aroha-Tuinauvai, C McGhie, T Greenwood tries; D Hay 2 goals)


 
            Updated Mon May 28 14:21:25 2018



DIMECH IN LLT REP SQUAD



Wyong’s Sarah Dimech has been selected in the Central Coast Roosters Ladies League Tag rep squad to contest the 2018 Country Championships. Central Coast is the defending champion, but several players from last season’s successful squad are missing from the current outfit. Nevertheless, it is a talented group, and Coach Jeff Coroneos will leave nothing to chance in his preparations for the 2018 campaign. Sarah has been a standout for the Wyong team in the opening four rounds of the CCDRL competition. The Board, Management and Coaching Staff congratulate Sarah on receiving this honour and wish her all the best for the Round 1 clash with North Coast at Macksville on 5 May.

 

 

 

 

  1. Holly Buchanan (The Entrance)
  2. Ashlee Russell (Erina)
  3. Stacey Markham (Erina)
  4. Kristen Kessler (The Entrance)
  5. Cassidy Atkins (Erina)
  6. Steph Sharp (The Entrance)
  7. Sarah Dimech (Wyong)
  8. Steph Stockell (Terrigal)
  9. Madi Crowe (Erina)
  10. Shannon Higgins(Terrigal)
  11. Elysia Atkins (Terrigal)
  12. Sian George (The Entrance)
  13. Jocelyn Kelleher (The Entrance)
  14. Em Haines (Erina)
  15. Claudia Symington (Terrigal)
  16. Teah Goodhand (The Entrance)

 

Shadows:

  1. Rachel Dobbie(Terrigal)
  2. Jasmine Dillion (Erina)
  3. Brittany Starr (Terrigal)
  4. Ellah Smeeth (The Entrance)

 


            Updated Fri May 4 14:30:48 2018



FIRST EVER NRL TOUCH PREMIERSHIP GAMES


The first ever games of the inaugural NRL Touch Premiership will be played at ANZ Stadium this Friday, 18th May at 3:55pm, ahead of the NRL Eels vs Warriors main event. There will be a 30-minute Eels vs Tigers Women’s elite touch game followed by a 30-minute Eels vs Tigers Men’s elite touch game.

See a media release attached.


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            Added Thu May 17 09:04:15 2018



TALLIS NAMED CENTRAL COAST ROOSTERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR



Wyong Roo Tallis Angianga was presented with the Central Coast Roosters Representative Player of the Year Award at Wyong Leagues Club on18 June.

Tallis joined Wyong in 2016 after a couple of seasons away from the game and played S G Ball Cup with Central Coast Roosters in 2017 (6 games) and 2018 (9 games). Aggression and no sense of self preservation, particularly in defence, caught the attention of selectors, but it has been his eagerness to learn and coachability which elevated Tallis into the Origin Pathways Program. Tallis played on the left wing for NSW in the Blues 16-10 victory over the Maroons at the MCG on 6 June and has been in outstanding form for Wyong Under 19’s which leads the CCDRL competition, scoring six tries from as many matches.

The Board and Management of the Club congratulate Tallis on receiving this award and could not be happier that Tallis has found a home at Wyong Roos.

Photo: Tallis Angianga in action for Wyong against Toukley on 17 June, 2018.


            Added Thu Jun 21 13:48:25 2018



STRONG ROOS CONNECTION WITH UNDER 18 NSW VICTORY OVER QLD


There was a distinct scent of Wyong Roos around the NSW win over Qld in the Under 18 match at the MCG on 6 June. The team was down 6-0 at halftime and had to weather some scary moments in the second period, before outlasting the Maroons 16-10. The campaign was directed by Head Coach, Mark O’Meley. Mark was ably assisted by Ian Bubba Bourke, who was Rip’s 2IC 2014-2017. Tallis Angianga, left wing for the Blues, is an important member of Wyong Under 19’s and Jaron Purcell came from the NSW interchange bench to see off the most difficult part of the contest. Even Blues halfback, Pheonix Crossland, spent some time with the Roos juniors before entering the Knights’ system. Wednesday’s result was the third consecutive win for the good guys. Great to see that Wyong connection coming to the fore.

(From L) Coach O'Meley, Jaron Purcell, Ass. Coach Bourke & Tallis Angianga with SOO Under 18's Shield


 
            Updated Fri Jun 8 07:11:21 2018



2018 CRL WOMEN'S NINES



The CRL want you to be part of the 2018 CRL Nines.  With the increasing popularity of Women’s Rugby League at all levels, the CRL Women’s Nines are a great opportunity for current, returning or new players to try an alternative version of the game.  With over 2000 participants taking the field in competitions across Regional New South last season, the CRL Women’s Nines are expected to expand in 2018 – with expressions of interest currently being accepted from groups and clubs looking to participate. 

 The CRL Women’s Nines see teams play short, fast paced games on a full sized field with multiple games played over a six-week period.   The Nines’ has and will assist your Groups and Clubs in creating pathways for Regional players through the formation of new competitions which can be created as a result of the demand and success of local Nines competitions

With the formation of the very first NRL Women’s Premiership, State of Origin and National Championships in 2018,  there’s never been a better time for Women to be involved Rugby League. 

If your Group or club would like to be involved please fill out the attached expression of Interest form link below and Female Participation Manager Kylie Hilder will be in contact with you to discuss further.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16HN2EJwX_GrVpUk9-E4k0tOk-2Zo83MVxKYv10Tm4sA/viewform?edit_requested=true

 


            Added Wed Jul 18 12:41:03 2018



LANGBRIDGE BROTHERS IN TOUCH FOOTY ORIGIN


Alex and Dan Langbridge have been selected to represent NSW in the Touch Football State of Origin Series against Qld. Alex gained selection in the Australian Mixed Team which contested the Trans-Tasman Tests earlier in the year and was a standout performer for the Aussies in their 2-1 series win over the Kiwis. Alex is also a member of the Newcastle Knights in the NRL Touch Football competition. The Knights defeated Parramatta 5 – 4 at McDonald Jones Stadium on 30 June and next face Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium on 21 July. Dan has found a purple patch of form for the Roos 1st Grade after missing a number of early season matches with a leg injury and will play a pivotal role in Sunday’s top of the table clash with The Entrance at EDSACC Oval. Both Alex and Dan play touch for the all-conquering Doyalson Dragons and are joined in the Blues squad by Doylo team mate Scott Bundy.

The Origin Series will be contested over three matches at Redcliffe in November.

The NSW Team is as follows;

James Blackwood (Wests Magpies)             Scott Buckley (Penrith Panthers)

Scott Bundy (Doyalson Dragons)                 Justin Costello (Wests Magpies)

Nicholas Good (Penrith Panthers)                Dylan Hennessey (Hornsby Lions)

Simon Lang (Manly Sea Eagles)                  Alex Langbridge (Doyalson Dragons)

Daniel Langbridge (Doyalson Dragons)       Madalisto Masache (Wests Magpies)

Cameron Nicholls (Wests Magpies)             Jonathon Palau (Hornsby Lions)

James Shute (Wests Magpies)                    Ciaran Toner (Hornsby Lions)

Alex Langbridge

 

Daniel Langbridge


 
            Updated Thu Jul 12 08:04:30 2018



WRLCG RAISE $36,080.80 FOR DROUGHT RELIEF



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



CENTRAL HUNTER WOMEN'S 9'S REGISTRATION NOW OPEN


There was a false start with the initial online registration process but CRL now appears to have ironed out those wrinkles.  The new link to the CRL Central Hunter Women’s Nines Player to Team registration form is:

https://membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?aID=25494&pKey=88cdff1d2793792e31bda3cb07ca59a2&formID=73332

All participants will now be registering directly to teams. The registration process will prompt you to insert a team code. The Wyong Roos codes are as follows;

UNDER 14’S – 22091367

UNDER 16’S – 22091497

UNDER 18’S - 22091509

Why are we registering to a Team and not a Club?

This comes down to database structure. The Nines database is considered a “Non-Club Program”, meaning it doesn’t fall under the regular jurisdiction of the State Leagues. Consequently, registrations to any team can be effected without the need for clearances, and more social teams may participate without having to be formally affiliated with a club.

Why do I have to Register as a New Member when I play Club Football?

The club system has measures in place to ensure all new registrants go through a clearance process when changing clubs. As the Nine’s competition is played outside of the regular competitions, the database also sits outside the normal league database. Consequently, to avoid triggering the standard clearance process, CRL has set the registration form to take everyone as a New Member. Whilst this process will create a duplicate record for each person, these records can later be merged.

Do girls whom are already registered through the earlier link need to register through this new link?

No, based on the information each player provided in their original registration CRL will be able to allocate them to their preferred team.

Do Coaches and Volunteers need to register to a Team?

No they still register through the same registration form linked here.

Does anyone who has already registered for the Nines competition have to register again?

No, they will be manually added to their respective teams.

Wyong Roos is in the process of appointing coaches and once that has been finalised notice will be given of the training schedule for each team. The Club anticipates training for all teams to commence mid-September. Please remember you must be registered before you can commence training.

 The competition commences 20 October and finishes 24 November

Each team will likely play a minimum of two matches each Saturday of competition. 

The Club is hopeful that some matches will be played at Roos HQ.

Any enquiries regarding the competition should be directed to Belinda Hill or Stephen Marks by telephoning the Club on 43922799 or via email bhill@wyongleagues.com.au or smarks@wyongleagues.com.au

 

 

 

 


 
            Added Thu Aug 30 14:29:51 2018



JUNIOR SEMI FINAL UPDATE


Two weeks into the CCDJRL Finals and Wyong Roos have 13 teams still alive and in the hunt for a premiership. Fifteen from a possible eighteen teams (the most of any CCDJRL club) qualified for the 2018 Finals Series.

Week 1 (18-19 August) saw two of those teams bow out; the U13/2 Gold were defeated 14-4 by Northern Lakes and the U14/3’s were defeated 50-0 by the Warriors in their respective Elimination Semi-Finals.

By the end of Week 2 (25-26 August) two more Wyong teams had waved goodbye to the competition; the U15/1’s defeated 28-10 by The Entrance and the U16 Tier 1 defeated 38-18 by Ourimbah.

The U10/1’s, U12/2’s and U15/2’s have each booked a spot in their respective Grand Finals with strong wins in the Major Semi’s. Tolo’s 10/1’s had an impressive 36-6 win over Erina. The 12/2’s Trent Sunderland’s 15/2’s keep improving and proved too good for the Eagles 24-14.

The U/17’s, U/14 Girls League Tag, U13/1’s, U12/3’s, U11/3’s, U11/2’s, U11/1’s and U10/2’s all get an opportunity this Saturday to secure that second berth in the decider. The Preliminary Finals will be played at Roos HQ with matches commencing at 8.00am.

The teams which have already been eliminated went down swinging in true Wyong tradition. The Club is proud of their efforts and the way they have represented the green and gold in 2018. Regardless of Saturday’s results, Wyong Roos has had a wonderful season on and off the field. Best of luck to the players, coaches, support staff and officials still involved. Go the mighty Roos.


 
            Added Thu Aug 30 14:32:51 2018



ROOS JUNIORS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING


TAKE NOTICE that Wyong District Junior Rugby League Football Club (Wyong Roos Juniors) will hold its AGM at Wyong Leagues Club on Thursday 13 September 2018 commencing 7.00pm.

Nominations for President, Senior Vice President, Junior Vice President and Committee positions must be received not later than 5.00pm on 30 August 2018.

Persons nominated for the above Executive positions and all persons submitting nominations must be members of the junior Club.

Enquiries:

Stephen Marks email: smarks@wyongleagues.com.au

Belinda Hill email:  bhill@wyongleagues.com.au

Ph: 43922799


 
            Added Sat Aug 25 08:41:30 2018



2019 JUNIOR ROO COACHING APPLICATIONS


Applications are now being called for coaching positions for 2019 Junior Roos teams.  Applicants will need to complete the application form (follow link below) and Coaches Agreement form (located on home page 'Newsletters'.   


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            Updated Thu Sep 13 13:49:02 2018



JUNIOR GRAND FINAL UPDATE

 

The Season 2018 CCDJRL Grand Final opponents have been decided. Wyong Roos has seven teams still in the hunt for a premiership.

The U10/1’s, U10/2’s, U11/1’s, U11/2’s, U12/2’s, U12/3’s and U15/2’s will all be at Roos HQ on Saturday 8 September doing their best for the green and gold and hoping to snare that win. Good luck to everyone involved. May the best teams win, and may those teams come from Wyong.

The schedule for Wyong teams is as follows;

Bill Hicks Field

9.00am   U10/2’s  Wyong v Berkeley Vale

10.00am U10/1’s Wyong v Umina

12.00pm U11/2’s Wyong v Northern Lakes

1.00pm   U11/1’s  Wyong v Terrigal

Morry Breen Field

8.00am U12/3’s  Wyong v Erina

9.00am U12/2’s  Wyong v Warnervale

3.50pm U15/2’s  Wyong v Ourimbah

There will be a sausage sizzle for the Grand Final teams on Friday afternoon attended by 1st Grade Coach Tony Clarke and members of the senior players leadership group.

 

 

 

 


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            Updated Fri Sep 7 06:59:59 2018



CRL MEDIA - OVER 100,000 PLAYING RUGBY LEAGUE IN NSW


 

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



TEDESCO CLAIMS 2018 BRAD FITTLER MEDAL


Electrifying Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues fullback James Tedesco has tonight (10 September) been crowned the 2018 Brad Fittler Medal winner following an impressive State of Origin campaign in which he made more tackle breaks and post-contact metres than any other player across the three-game series.


Tedesco, who is enjoying a stellar season with NRL minor premiers the Sydney Roosters, made 25 tackle breaks and ran for 504m, including 145.3 post-contact metres, after starting in all three games for NSW. He finished ahead of team-mate Josh Addo-Carr (22) in tackle breaks; and edged out Queensland winger Dane Gagai (145.2m) and Maroons captain Greg Inglis (138.8m) in post-contact metres.

Tedesco started the 2018 series at the MCG in Melbourne in devastating form with Man of the Match honours and a State of Origin record 17 tackle busts, beating a 28-year-old record held by Queensland fullback Gary Belcher who notched 16 in 1990, also in Melbourne.
Tedesco accepted the state’s top award, the Brad Fittler Medal, in front of more than 600 guests at The Star Event Centre, on a night that recognised the achievements of players across all NSWRL teams and competitions, from Origin to seniors, juniors, women and Indigenous, as well as the contributions of referees and club officials.

The 25-year-old was chosen for the 14th annual Brad Fittler Medal by his team-mates, who voted 3-2-1 after each match. Previous winners include David Klemmer (2017), Josh Jackson (2016), Josh Dugan (2015), Jarryd Hayne (2007, 2009, 2014), Ryan Hoffman (2014), Paul Gallen (2011) and Danny Buderus (2008).
Tedesco said: "I'm very honoured to receive this award ... I'm so happy to have won the series, I loved every minute of it. This Medal tops it all off.
"It's definitely one of the best years of my life... We didn't often look at the papers or read the articles... but now that it's all said and done, it's pretty special to reflect."
In his debut year winger Tom Trbojevic (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles) claimed the True Blue Award, won last year by brother Jake, for the player who displays qualities upon which the team culture is built.

Another debutant, hooker Damien Cook (South Sydney Rabbitohs), won The Daily Telegraph People’s Choice Award, chosen by Blues supporters in an online vote.
Origin stars shared the stage with some of the state’s rising talent as Parramatta’s Trey Mooney won the Under-16 NSW State Player of the Year, Shawn Blore (Penrith Panthers) claimed the Under-18 award, while St George Illawarra’s Reece Robson was named the Under-20 NSW State Player of the Year.

Simaima Taufa (Mounties) was recognised for her outstanding form, taking out the Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership Player of the Year, while Isabelle Kelly (CRL Newcastle) claimed the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s State of Origin Player of the Year for her performance in the state's victory over Queensland in the inaugural women’s Origin event.

In the senior competitions, which will be decided on NSWRL Grand Final Weekend at Leichhardt Oval later this month (22-23 September), Player of the Year Awards were won by: Caleb Aekins (Penrith Panthers), Intrust Super Premiership NSW; Beau Fermor (Newcastle Knights), Jersey Flegg Cup; Beau Henry (Wentworthville Magpies), Ron Massey Cup; and Damien Lawler (Belrose Eagles), Sydney Shield.

Full List of Award Winners

Award

Winner

Club

U16 NSW State Player of the Year

Trey Mooney

Parramatta Eels

U18 NSW State Player of the Year

Shawn Blore

Penrith Panthers

U20 NSW State Player of the Year

Reece Robson

St George Illawarra Dragons

Junior Representative Referee of the Year

Paul Eden

 

Grade Referee of the Year

Todd Smith

 

Ray Stellar Award (Club Person of the Year Award)

Stuart McCarthy

Newtown Jets

KARI Indigenous Achievement Award

Billy Burke

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership Player of the Year

Simaima Taufa

Mounties

Sydney Shield Player of the Year

Damien Lawler

Belrose Eagles

Ron Massey Cup Player of the Year

Beau Henry

Wentworthville Magpies

Jersey Flegg Cup Player of the Year Player of the Year

Beau Fermor

Newcastle Knights

Intrust Super Premiership NSW Player of the Year

Caleb Aekins

Penrith Panthers

Harvey Norman NSW Women’s State of Origin Player of the Year

Isabelle Kelly

CRL Newcastle

The Daily Telegraph People’s Choice Award

Damien Cook

South Sydney Rabbitohs

True Blue Award

Tom Trbojevic

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

Brad Fittler Medal

James Tedesco

Sydney Roosters

 


 
            Added Wed Sep 12 07:32:42 2018



CRL MEDIA - UNDER 14'S AND 15'S COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS THIS WEEKEND


The best young rugby league players from across Regional New South Wales will come together this weekend in Port Macquarie and Dubbo for the Northern and Southern Zone CRL under-14 and 15 Country Championships.

Over 800 players will take the field across the weekend with players representing their respective groups at Port Macquarie Regional Sports Stadium and Dubbo’s Apex Park.

The winning sides will take part in the CRL Under-14 and 15 Country Championship Finals, which will be played at Central Charlestown on Saturday, 22nd September.

Country Rugby League CEO Terry Quinn believes the Championships are a great way to see the next generation of talent from Regional NSW on display.

“The Under-14 and 15 CRL Country Championships are, for many, the first step in the representative Rugby League pathway and it’s a special tournament for the 800 players involved across the weekend,” said Quinn.

“Not only are these players representing their respective regions, but they’re also putting their hand up for selection in Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cup or SG Ball and Harold Matthews Junior Representative sides in 2019.”

All players participating in this weekend’s championships will be required to attend NRL Welfare and Education workshops covering messages on social responsibility, cyber bullying, social media, concussion and respect.

Over 60 games will be played across the weekend with games kicking off at 9am at both venues on Saturday and Sunday.


 
            Added Wed Sep 12 07:34:06 2018



CRL MEDIA - COUNTRY REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS PREPARED FOR NORTH COAST AND PNG TOUR


Country Rugby League’s Representative Team’s will be in action over the next two weeks, with the under-16 and 18’s hosting Papua New Guinea and the Gold Coast Titans on the NSW North Coast and the under-23’s travelling to Papua New Guinea.

After recent tours to New Zealand, Samoa and Western Australia, the under-16 and 18’s will host  visiting PNG and Titans sides, with matches to be played at Crozier Field, Lismore and Ned Byrne Field, Cudgen.

The under-23’s will take on the Australian Defence Force in Ipswich, before flying to Port Moresby to play the PNG Digicell Cup Representative Team at Oil Search National Football Stadium.

The under-16 and 18’s side were selected from this year’s inaugural Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cups, with the under-23’s squad selected from the CRL Country Championships held earlier in the year.

All tour information and highlights can be viewed on CRL’s website and social media channels.

Click here to view Country under-16's squad

Click here to view Country under-18's squad

Click here to view Country under-23's squad

 

Tuesday, 2nd October: (Crozier Field, Lismore)

4:00pm - Country under-16’s v Papua New Guinea

5:30pm – Country under-18’s v Papua New Guinea

 

Saturday, 6th October: (Ned Byrne Field, Cudgen)

2:00pm - Country under-16’s v Gold Coast Titans

3:30pm - Country under-18’s v Gold Coast Titans

 

Tuesday, 9th October: (Len Johnson Oval, Ipswich)

5:00pm - Country under-23’s v Australian Defence Force

 

Sunday, 14th October: (Oil Search National Football Stadium, Port Moresby)

3:00pm – Country under-23’s v PNG Digicell Cup Representative Team


 
            Added Tue Oct 2 10:14:06 2018



LADIES LEAGUE TAG 2ND DIVISION ON FRIDAY NIGHT


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



COACH APPLICATIONS - WYONG ROOS UNDER 20's


Wyong Roos is seeking applications from interested persons to coach the Club’s Under 20’s in Season 2019.

Applicants must have NRL IGC and Leaguesafe accreditation (or be prepared to acquire same prior to 31 January 2019) and current Working With Children Check.

The successful Applicant will have to work collegially with the Club’s senior coaching staff, be highly motivated, thorough and focused on player development.

Applications should be in writing addressed to the following and received no later than 5.00pm on 14 November 2018:

The Football Manager

Wyong Roos

Locked Bag 1

Gorokan NSW 2263

Or email smarks@wyongleagues.com.au


 
            Added Thu Oct 11 06:59:29 2018



SENIOR CLUB COACHING COURSE


The Newcastle region will be running a Senior Club Coaching Course  at Charlestown in November, 2018.  Below and attached are details.   

The course will be held on the 9th, 10th and 11th November at Central Charlestown Leagues Club.   Presenters will include Newcastle Knights Coaching staff and experienced NRL Game Development Staff.

The link to apply for the course is on the flyer.

Applications: to apply for the course please complete the application form at:

https://playnrl.com/coach/coaching-courses/scc/2018-scc-newcastle/


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            Added Thu Oct 4 07:35:26 2018




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