WYONG ROOS DONATE JERSEYS



Daily Telegraph - Saturday 18th April, 2015. Wyong Roos donate a set of jerseys.

Follow the link for full story

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/mornington-island-raiders-brave-crocodile-infested-waters-for-one-game-of-the-sport-they-love/story-fnp0lyn3-1227308233910?login=1

 


            Updated Mon Oct 19 17:38:27 2015 AEDT



WYONG ROOS SUPPORT FIJI RUGBY LEAGUE



An important part of the ethos of Wyong Roos is to assist in the development of the game.  Putting that philosophy into practice, the Club continues to support ther Coastline Roos playing out of Nadroga-Navoha province on the Coral Coast of Fiji's main island, Viti Levu.  Members and supporters planning a trip to Fiji should include the Coral Coast in their itinerary.  The locals are renowned for their hospitality, and Roos people can expect the warmest of welcomes.

Follow the link http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=290843 to the 'Boost for Local Players' article by Maciu Malo published on the 4 January, 2015 edition of the Fiji Times online. 

 


            Updated Mon Oct 19 17:37:23 2015 AEDT



WYONG ROOS AFFILIATION WITH SYDNEY ROOSTERS



Friday 30 May 2014 marked a watershed for the game on the Central Coast and for Wyong Roos rugby league program, with the formalisation of a strategic alliance between CRL Central Coast Division and the Sydney Roosters, and a secondary affiliation between the foundation NRL club and Wyong Roos.

The agreement, announced at Central Coast Stadium Gosford, for the first time anywhere, brings together three major regional stakeholders,CRL/CCD Rugby League (Seniors and Juniors), Central Coast Centurions Representative Program, and Wyong Leagues Club Group as principal sponsor ofthat representative program and as the only stand alone operator of a VB NSW Cup license, into a cohesive alliance with an NRL Club to provide local players,officials and support staff with the same opportunities afforded those currently playing and working within an NRL system.

For elite Central Coast players there will be an established pathway from the Centurions S G Ball team into the Roosters NYC Under 20 squad. Those aspirational players not fortunate enough to be selected for the Roosters NYC squad will be able to continue their development on the Central Coast, resourced and overseen to a large degree by the Roosters,and will have the opportunity to progress in a parallel system through Ron Massey Cup with The Entrance and NSW Cup with Wyong. Sydney Roosters NRL side will enjoy the luxury of player portability with the Roos. Whilst the Roosters relationship with it’s primary affiliate, Newtown Jets, will remain unchanged,local fans and supporters can expect to see a number of players contracted withthe Roosters warehoused with Wyong and turning out for the Roos in the VB NSW Cup, and for some local players to undertake pre-season training and specialist skills sessions with the Roosters.

But the relationship does not only benefit elite players.Recreational players, local clubs (senior and junior) and administrators will have access to the Roosters management, coaching and development expertise and injury management processes. Roosters stars will be available for club functions, coach the coaches and player development days, and will supplement the programs already established and supported by Wyong Roos.

The formalisation of the arrangement is consistent with the NRL Strategic Plan and the Central Coast Division Strategic Plan, and is theculmination of multiple meetings and lengthy negotiations between Roosters CEO Brian Canavan, CRL management (Terry Quinn and Bert Lowrie), CRL Regional Area Manager Keith Onslow, Centurions Management (Tony Brosnan) and members of the Wyong Roos Football Committee, including Coach Taylor and Football Manager Matt Lavin.

With this secondary affiliation and strategic alliance as the platform, Wyong Roos look forward to the day when the Roosters NYC squad comprises mainly Central Coast juniors, and the Roos NSW Cup squad competes for the title with a playing group drawn from Central Coast juniors.

Coach Taylor spoke at the announcement.

“When I recruit players, they always ask.. but where to from here (Wyong)?Now I can say, the Roosters. They will be looking at you….and if you’re good enough…. The pathway is there for all local kids. But hopefully it will be much more than that. Local clubs will get assistance with injuries…rehab and prehab. Development programs, the referees and administrators will be better supported. The advantages that people withina n NRL system have enjoyed in the past will now be there for the Central Coast.”

Sydney Roosters will contribute to a Game Building Fund to be administered by CRL for the exclusive benefit of CCD rugby league. The monies will be utilised for a number of important projects, first of which will be the establishment of a comprehensive CCD website.

Brian Canavan stated; “This agreement will be for the balance oft his season, 2015 and 2016. But we hope it will be long term.”

 

 

 


            Updated Mon Oct 19 17:36:21 2015 AEDT



NEWCASTLE HERALD - RIP TAYLOR IN ANOTHER GRAND FINAL



The Newcastle Herald - Article on Wyong Roos NSW Cup Coach Rip Taylor.  Follow the link below.

http://www.theherald.com.au/story/3380310/understated-taylor-rips-into-another-grand-final/?cs=306


            Updated Mon Oct 19 17:29:11 2015 AEDT



CHRIS CENTRONE'S WINNING TRY FOR THE ROOS


VB NSW Cup - Video of Chris Centrone's winning try for Wyong in the last minutes of the game against Penrith at Pepper Stadium on Saturday 11th July, 2015.


 
            Updated Mon Jul 27 10:14:28 2015 AEDT



LATROBE UNI RESEARCH MEASURES SOCIAL IMPACT OF COMMUNITY SPORTS CLUBS


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

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


 
            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:29:00 2015 AEDT



JAKE FRIEND - WYONG CONNECTION HELPING THE ROOSTERS ALREADY



Sydney Roosters player Jake Friend outlines how the connection with the Wyong Roos is helping the Sydney Roosters.

Folow the link below for article. 

http://www.nrl.com/friend-wyong-connection-helping-roosters-already/tabid/10874/newsid/83678/default.aspx


            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:27:53 2015 AEDT



ROOSTERS TV - ANTHONY MINICHIELLO INTERVIEW WITH MARK O'MELEY



Roosters TV's Anthony Minichiello caught up with former Tricolours team mate and Wyong Roos Assistant Coach Mark O'Meley in the tunnel at Saturday's Central Coast Showdown to see what the man they call Ogre is up to and to get his thoughts on the new relationship between the two Clubs

http://www.roosters.com.au/news/2015/02/23/mini_chats_roos_rela.html


            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:27:28 2015 AEDT



MITCH WILLIAMS IDENTIFIED AS ONE TO WATCH IN AUCKLAND NINES



Mitch Williams has spent the 2015 summer pre-season training with the Sydney Roosters.  He has been named in the Sydney Roosters Auckland Nines Squad and has been identified as 'one to watch'.

Follow the link below for full article.

http://rugbyleagueweek.com.au/16-rookies-you-need-to-watch-at-nines/

 


            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:27:01 2015 AEDT



CLARKE, GORDON JOIN WYONG ROOS AHEAD OF BUSY LEAGUE CAMPAIGN



Central Coast Express Advocate Article - Friday 23rd January, 2014. Follow the link below.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/central-coast/clarke-gordon-join-wyong-roos-ahead-of-busy-league-campaign/story-fngr8iaa-1227192882164


            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:27:16 2015 AEDT



OGRE AND THE GLEN



The Glen Centre at Chittaway Bay provides an invaluable service for those marginalised by addiction, but does so without government funding. Mark O’Meley has long been close with those managing the program. Recognising the existence of a substance misuse problem is the first step toward rehabilitation, but securing professional intervention and establishing a network of support can be the key to continuing abstinence. For many seeking assistance, leaving home, family and the familiar to enter a residential program is the most difficult hurdle. Maintaining a positive attitude to the process will always be a challenge, but can be the difference between successfully completing the program or falling short. With that in mind, on 30 January, the Ogre and representatives from QBE Insurance put together a game of touch football at Parramatta Stadium for participants in The Glen program. As well as providing some practical tips, quick hands and killer footwork, Mark delivered two sets of footy jerseys donated by Wyong Roos. Anyone seeking information about The Glen program should call (02) 43886360 or follow the link http://www.theglencentre.org.au  

 


            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:22:31 2015 AEDT



ROOSTERS TV - INTERVIEW WITH MAGNUS STROMQUIST


Roosters TV - Interview with Wyong Roo player Magnus Stromquist who is in training with the Roosters.  Follow the link below.

http://www.roosters.com.au/news/2015/01/22/get_to_know_magnus_s.html


 
            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:22:02 2015 AEDT



ROOSTERS DELIVER NRL'S WELLBEING MESSAGE TO THE COAST



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

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


            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:21:12 2015 AEDT



MITCH WILLIAMS NAMED IN SYDNEY ROOSTERS SQUAD FOR AUCKLAND 9's



Wyong Roos player Mitch Williams has been named in the Sydney Roosters Squad to play in the Auckland 9's tournament.  Mitch has been training with the Roosters in summer camp and has certainly impressed the Roosters coaching staff.  

Follow the link below for Roosters TV video package following the release ot the Roosters Squad. 

http://www.roosters.com.au/news/2015/01/24/mac_talks_nines_squa.html


            Updated Mon Apr 13 06:19:22 2015 AEDT



BLAKE FERGUSON SCORES TWO TRIES FOR WYONG IN TRIAL AGAINST PENRITH



Blake Ferguson has scored two tries in the Wyong Roos trial against the Penrith Panthers during the trial game played at Morry Breen on Saturday 7th February, 2015.  

Follow the link below for full story.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/blake-ferguson-scored-two-tries-for-wyong-against-the-panthers-in-a-trial-match/story-fni3gn3s-1227211741979

 

 


            Updated Sun Feb 22 09:08:53 2015 AEDT



SYDNEY ROOSTERS FORM ALLIANCE WITH CENTRAL COAST RUGBY LEAGUE



With the endorsement of the Country Rugby League, the Sydney Roosters is pleased to announce the formation of an alliance with Central Coast Division Rugby League.

Through the partnership, the Sydney Roosters will provide a series of talent development pathways and participation development initiatives for local players, coaches, support staff, match officials and administrators as well as the formation of a secondary affiliation with Wyong Rugby League Club Group through its NSWRL Cup participation. The Roosters primary affiliation with the Newtown Jets NSWRL Cup Club will remain unchanged.

Follow the link below for full details.

 


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            Updated Sun Feb 22 09:07:32 2015 AEDT



RIP TAYLOR TALKS WITH ROOSTERS TV



 

Rip Taylor talks with Roosters TV.  Follow link below

http://www.roosters.com.au/news/2014/11/27/rip_taylor_talks_to_roosters_tv.html


            Updated Sun Feb 22 09:05:20 2015 AEDT



ZOLL AED DEFIBRILATOR INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO



The Wyong Rugby League Football Club have available on the grounds ZOLL AED Plus defibrilators to assist should an emergency arise.  Defibrilator units are located inside the Junior Rugby league Office and inside the Wyong Seniors home dressing sheds.  

 Follow the link below for an instructional video link in the use of this device. 




            Updated Sun Feb 22 09:04:51 2015 AEDT



BLAKE FERGUSON SCORES TWO TRIES FOR THE ROOS


http://m.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/blake-ferguson-scored-two-tries-for-wyong-against-the-panthers-in-a-trial-match/story-fni3gn3s-1227211741979


 
            Added Mon Feb 16 11:43:49 2015 AEDT



NBN NEWS - WYONG ROOS NOW SECONDARY FEEDER TO ROOSTERS NRL



NBN News - 30th May, 2014 - Follow link below for NBN Sports story on Sydney Roosters affiliation with Central Coast Rugby League


Click Here
            Updated Tue Jun 17 14:22:24 2014 AEDT




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