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Welcome to the website of the Wyong Junior Rugby League Club, the largest Junior Rugby League on the NSW Central Coast.  Our home games are played at the Morry Breen Complex next to the Wyong Leagues Club, Lakehaven Drive, Kanwal.  

The Junior Rugby League Office is located on the southern end of the fields.  During football season this office is each weekday from 4.30pm for all junior football inquiries.  Inquiries can also be directed to the Club Secretary on 0412 302 566 or email to bhill@wyongleagues.com.au.

Watch this website (top right of Homepage) for details on ground closures on wet weather days.  If the fields are closed, no entry is permitted.  All persons who frequent the Morry Breen complex are required to comply with the Wyong Rugby League Club 'Morry Breen Complex Access Policy'.  A copy of that policy can be found in the library area of this website.

For all Wyong Senior football information, please go to the Seniors website at

www.wyongseniorroos.com.au  

COVID19 - Competitions Update
 

The NSWRL would like to advise most Major and Community Competitions across the Greater Sydney Region (Sydney, Central Coast, Wollongong, Blue Mountains and Shellharbour areas) will be cancelled in line with the current NSW Public Health Order (to 28 August) to deal with the public health risk of the recent COVID-19 outbreak.

The suspension in competitions under the current “Stay at Home” orders will see all clubs involved in affected Major Competition matches receiving one point for a draw (COVID draw). 

“The NSWRL has taken decisions around its Major Competitions and Community Football to adhere to the advice from the NSW State Government and give the state every chance to get on top of the recent COVID-19 outbreak,” NSWRL Head of Football Robert Lowrie said.

“I would urge all our participants, officials and spectators to observe the guidelines that have been put in place to help us get Rugby League back on the field as soon as possible.

The changes made to Major Competitions and Pathways football include no games or training for clubs in Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Wollongong, Blue Mountains and Shellharbour.

Community Football Competitions:

The changes made to Community Football include no games or training for clubs in Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Wollongong, Blue Mountains, Shellharbour (Group 7 Seniors and Juniors outside Shellharbour are permitted to train ONLY; no matches).

As Lowrie said, Regional NSW Leagues and Clubs outside the above-mentioned areas are permitted to continue playing and training but must adhere to COVID-19 safety restrictions and be aware of potential impacts.

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