5 ROOS IN COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS SQUAD



Five Wyong Roos have been selected in the Central Coast Roosters representative squad to contest the 2018 Country Championships. Season 2017 saw the championships revert to an age restricted Under 23 competition. Central Coast, coached by Adam McEwen, will play North Coast at Allan Gillet Oval Macksville on Saturday 5 May in Round 1 of the championships. The Roos strong start to the year has played a part in Jarrod Kessler, Brad Keighran, Ben Thomas, Jake Trindall and Kye Martin all gaining selection. The Board, Management and Coaching Staff congratulate each on such selection and wish them all the best for the rep matches ahead.

The full squad is as follows;

Kye Martin (Wyong)

Alex Pohla (Ourimbah)

Jesse Bogle (Erina)

Jack Carlisle (Erina)

Johnny Symington (Terrigal)

Blake Wylie (Kincumber)

Jake Trindall (Wyong)

Ben Thomas (Wyong)

Brad Keighran (Wyong)

Jakob Giles (Toukley)

Jarrod Kessler (Wyong)

Jacob McCudden (The Entrance)

Ben Stevens (Erina)

Noah Easton (The Entrance)

Trent Pye (Berkeley Vale)

Matt Fisk (Ourimbah)

Ryan Doherty (The Entrance)

Lachie Bell (Terrigal)

Will Pearsall (The Entrance)

Photo: Roos player Brad Keighran


            Updated Tue Apr 24 14:56:52 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - BLACKTOWN WORKERS DEFEAT WYONG ROOS


ISP NSW - The Blacktown Workers have defeated Wyong Roos 32-16 at Berkeley Vale Oval.  Follow the link below for match report and video highlight package. 


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/04/21/hastings-led-sea-eagles-defeat-roos/


 
            Added Sun Apr 22 07:03:33 2018 AEDT



SEVEN PLAYERS ON DEBUT IN ROUND 1



Round 1 of every new season brings with it a great deal of excitement for staff and supporters, especially when it comes to the performance of those players who have put in the hard yards over Summer. The Roos commenced training on 22 November 2017 in preparation for Season 2018. Coach Tony Clarke selected a 1st Grade team comprising seven debutantes. The group were presented with their jerseys by former 1st Graders Dave Lawton and Errol Mehmet. The Presenters spoke to the players about their time with the Roos and what it meant to them to represent Wyong. The team went on to record an impressive 40-10 victory over historical rivals, Woy Woy Roosters.


Photo:- (From left) Dave Lawton, Lachlan Hanneghan, Bradie Smith, Dylan Clark, Greg Wisham, Ben Thomas, Wyatt Shaw, Marco Tetevano & Errol Mehmet


            Added Thu Apr 19 14:13:52 2018 AEDT



NRL 2018 CODE OF CONDUCT


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


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            Added Thu Apr 19 14:05:47 2018 AEDT



ROOS SNARE KEN MOIR CUP



Wyong were a little lucky in the end to wrest the Cup away from Toukley. Although defeated 12-10, the home side were perhaps the better team. The Hawks battled hard and looked as though they wanted the win just that bit more than the Roos. Toukley surrendered a good lead when beaten by The Entrance the previous week, but made the necessary adjustments for a stronger performance against the green and gold. The large crowd at Darren Kennedy Oval may just have witnessed the re-birth of the Hawks as a real force in the competition. Provided Toukley remain injury free, they should only get better, and the Roos will be happy to have gotten this fixture out of the road early in the season. The hard-working Hawks crew must be congratulated on the hosting of an excellent rugby league event. Each year the two clubs compete for the Ken Moir Memorial Cup when they face each other at Darren Kennedy Oval. Ken was a stalwart of both the Roos and the Hawks, and would have been well pleased with the ferocity of Saturday night’s 1st Grade contest. If you like tough grass roots footy, mark this match down on your 2019 calendar.


Photo:- 1st Grade Coach Tony Clarke accepts Ken Moir Memorial Cup from Judith Moir & Noel Anderson.  


            Added Thu Apr 19 14:01:52 2018 AEDT



ROOS RETAIN MCKENZIE-SMITH CUP



Round 1 Season 2018 CCDRL competition saw Wyong face off against Woy Woy at Morry Breen Field. The Roos successfully retained the McKenzie-Smith Cup, courtesy of the 40-10 1st Grade win over the Roosters. Both Denis and Steve had a major influence on the development of their respective clubs and were present when Wyong skipper Alex Langbridge accepted the trophy on behalf of the Roos.


Photo: Denis Smith (with Cup) flanked by Steve McKenzie (right) and Alex Langbridge (left)


            Added Tue Apr 17 09:16:53 2018 AEDT



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 08:01:17 2018 AEDT



BAPTISTE WAITING IN THE WINGS


Sydney Roosters and Wyong Roos ISP player Kurt Baptiste is waiting for his NRL opportunity  with the Sydney Roosters.  Follow the link below for NSWRL article. 


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/31/baptiste-waiting-in-the-wings/


 
            Added Sun Apr 1 06:09:41 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS - WYONG ROOS -V- NZ WARRIORS


ISP NSW - Video highlight package - Wyong Roos -v- New Zealand Warriors at Allianz Stadium Saturday 31st March, 2018.  Follow the link below.


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/31/wyong-pipped-by-late-warriors-field-goal/


 
            Added Sun Apr 1 06:06:46 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - WYONG GO DOWN BY ONE POINT TO NZ WARRIORS


The Wyong Roos have gone down to the New Zealand Warriors in a thriller at Allianz Stadium.  The scores were all locked up with 1 minute to play with the Warriors kicking a field goal in the final seconds to secure the win.  Follw the link below for NSWRL match report. 


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/31/harris-tavita-the-hero-in-allianz-thrillier/


 
            Added Sun Apr 1 06:02:03 2018 AEDT



ROUND 5 RESULTS - ANDREW JOHNS & LAURIE DALEY CUPS


The Greater Northern Tigers, Newcastle Knights, Northern Rivers and North Coast all face nervous waits this week, with Friday’s Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cup matches between Newcastle and North Coast to determine who will be playing Semi-Final football in 2018.

The Knights and North Coast will play the final match of the regular season at Foster’s Harry Elliott Park on Friday, 30th March after adverse weather conditions led to their scheduled match in Wingham this weekend being postponed.

The Western Rams and Illawarra South Coast Dragons secured their place in the Andrew Johns Cup Semi-Finals with strong victories over GSR Wests Tigers and Riverina, with the Rams and Dragons set to face either Newcastle, Northern Rivers or North Coast in the Semi-Finals.

The Riverina Bulls and Monaro Colts have secured places in the Laurie Daley Cup Semi-Finals, with Friday’s results determining whether they will face Greater Northern, Newcastle or North Coast in Dubbo on Saturday, 7th April.

Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cups Semi-Final Scenarios*

Andrew Johns Cup

Illawarra South Coast v Northern Rivers / Newcastle / North Coast

Western Rams v Northern Rivers / Newcastle / North Coast

Laurie Daley Cup

Monaro Colts v Greater Northern / Newcastle / North Coast

Riverina Bulls v Greater Northern / Newcastle / North Coast

Andrew Johns Cup 

Illawarra South Coast Dragons 22 def. (E O'Connell, J Patterson, B Tooth, B Lawrence-Foye tries; J Patterson 3 goals) Riverina Bulls nil

Northern Rivers 18 def. (S Pratt, K Fourmile Bolt, E Foster tries; T Roberts 3 goals) Greater Northern Tigers 16 (K Bone, D Kelly, C Brown; B Miller-Freebairn 2 goals)

Monaro Colts 26 def. (2 Tully Wilton, Keanan Ngan-Woo, J Potter, M Lowah tries; A Naidu 3 goals) Penrith Panthers 22 (R Smith 2, A Uelese 2 tries; Z Knights 3 goals)

Western Rams 74 def. (A Nunn 3, J Dominello 2, R Blackhall 2, M Pollack, J Smith, N Griffiths, J Smith, T Colley, E Colliss, N Ryan tries; T Colley 8, C Monk goal) GSR Wests Tigers nil

Laurie Daley Cup 

Riverina Bulls 30 def. (K Fisher, J Newling, B Arandt,Z Rumble, J Elphick, R Clegg tries; T Mclachlan 4 goals) Illawarra South Coast Dragons 14 (M Hefferna, J Brisbane, J Watling tries; N Sharp goal)

Greater Northern Tigers 22 def. (K Johnson 2, T Taylor, S Dengate; B Ellis 3 goals) Northern Rivers 18 (L Cusack, L Hallard, M Buttenshaw tries; E Kane 3 goals)

Monaro Colts 40 def. (C Bower-Scott 2, I Lanham, C Griffiths, M Atkinson, M Parsons, M Atkinson, C O’Connor tries; M Atkinson 4 goals, T Stewart 2 goals) Penrith Panthers 12 (B Henderson, J Sialaoa Ofoia tries; F Isaacs 2 goals)

Western Rams 26 def. ( Z Galea, H Blake, C Martin, D Spathis, L Bane tries; B Naden 3 goals) GSR Wests Tigers (T.Stanley-Silao, W Saliba tries; J Poulsen 2 goals)


 
            Updated Tue Mar 27 08:07:06 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS ROOS DEFEAT MAGPIES


ISP NSW - Video highlights of the Wyong Roos win over the Western Suburbs Magpies.  Follow the link below.


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/25/resurgent-roos-end-magpies-winning-run/


 
            Added Sun Mar 25 18:24:01 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - THE MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION THE ROOS NEED ANSWERED


After two wins by 1 point in the first 3 rounds of the ISP NSW competition, Mitch Williams, the Captain of the Wyong Roos ISP NSW team spoke with the NSWRL following their win over the Magpies.  Follow the link below.

https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/24/the-million-dollar-question-roos-need-answered/


 
            Updated Sun Mar 25 06:45:19 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - WYONG ROOS COME BACK TO DEFEAT MAGPIES


The Wyong Roos have defeated Western Suburbs Magpies 23-22 in an incredibile comeback at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday 24 March, 2018.  Follow the link below for NSWRL match report.


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/24/report-western-suburbs-v-wyong/ 


 
            Added Sun Mar 25 06:42:07 2018 AEDT



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 10:47:54 2018 AEDT



NEWCASTLE AND HUNTER RUGBY LEAGUE TO FEATURE IN COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS


The Newcastle and Hunter Rugby League will be represented in the CRL Country Championships for the first time in 2018, with a Men’s U23’s and Ladies League Tag side to be selected to compete in the annual tournament kicking-off in May.

The representative side will compete as ‘CRL Newcastle’ with the exciting announcement opening a pathway to representative football for the competition which features 38 men’s sides and 15 Ladies League Tag sides competing this season. CRL Operations Manager Bert Lowrie believes the addition of a Newcastle and Hunter Rugby League side in the Country Championships is a great result for the largest senior competition in Country Rugby League.

“With Newcastle Rugby League resigning their affiliation with CRL, it provides us with an opportunity to expand our representative pathways to a wider range of players,” said Lowrie. “There are currently over 450 players who qualify for the CRL Newcastle Men’s U23’s and Ladies League Tag sides who will now be given an opportunity to play representative football. “The Country U23’s will tour Papua New Guinea later in the year, with an additional game in Queensland; so the incentive to make the representative side is strong. “It’s an exciting opportunity for this competition and after the success of our inaugural U23’s Country Championships last year and Country Representative matches against Samoa and Scotland, it’s exciting to see what this year’s Championships and Representative season will bring.”

The Newcastle and Hunter Rugby League are currently finalising their coaches for their Country Championship teams, with an announcement on the successful candidates to be made in the near future.


 
            Updated Tue Mar 20 10:27:46 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS MOUNTIES RUN RIOT OVER ROOS


ISP NSW - Video Highlight package of the Mounties win over Wyong Roos in Round 2 of the ISP NSW competition.  Follow the link below.


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/17/mounties-run-riot-as-roos-swelter/


 
            Added Sun Mar 18 12:39:34 2018 AEDT



SYDNEY ROOSTERS EASTER HOLIDAY CAMPS



Sydney Roosters Easter Camps are coming to the Central Coast, for boys and girls aged 5 to 14 years of age.

There is something for every young Roosters fan including an action packed day of rugby league, meet and greet with your favourite Roosters ambassadors and a visit from Rocky the Rooster. Each Camp includes a 2018 Central Coast Membership, one match ticket to Round 12 Roosters v Titans- Saturday 26th May at Central Coast Stadium, Game Day Pitch Parade experience, a Roosters Showbag and plenty more!

For boys 12 – 14 years of age serious about their footy and ready to go to that next level, our golden Boot Camp is the perfect choice.

DETAILS:

FOOTY FEVER

Venue: South Lakes Roosters RLFC, 1 Minnie St, Dora Creek, NSW, 2264

Date: Tuesday 17th April

Time: 10.00am- 2.00pm

For: 5- 14 years old

Price: $55

FOOTY FEVER

Venue: EDSACC South Oval, The Entrance Road Bateau Bay, NSW, 2261

Date: Thursday 26th April

Time: 9.30am- 1.30pm

For: 5- 11 years old

Price: $55

GOLDEN BOOT

Venue: EDSACC South Oval The Entrance Road Bateau Bay, NSW, 2261

Date: Thursday 26th April

Time: 2.00pm- 5.00pm

For: 12- 15 years old

Price: $55

 


            Updated Sun Mar 18 10:46:08 2018 AEDT



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 07:15:45 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - BENNY & THE JETS



Wyong Roos interchange forward, Ben Thomas, scored in his ISP debut against Newtown at Morry Breen Field on Saturday 10 March as the locals squeaked home 25-24 courtesy of a final minute field goal from Paul Momirovski. The home team scored first. Luke Sharpe swept into the backline, implemented some trademark footwork and was then too strong for the opposition close to the line. Newtown responded through Sharpe’s counterpart, fullback William Kennedy, which began a tit for tat pattern lasting the rest of the match. Lindsay Collins scored next for the Roos, running a courage line at the upright off some acting half sleight of hand from skipper Mitch Williams. Kennedy crossed for his second in the 19th minute. The Jets went left from Wyong’s 30m line. A chain of short passes gave winger Matthew Evans time to shape a kick infield for Kennedy to take on the full and dive over. Thomas touched down in the 31st minute. The Roos built some pressure. Thomas positioned himself for a physical charge at the line. Williams darted from acting half, but instead of passing, kicked with precision into the ingoal. The move surprised the visitors, but not Thomas, who found himself alone with the ball in the scoring zone. The green and gold led 18-10 at the break, but again Newtown grabbed field position and slipped past some non-descript Wyong defence to trail 18-16. Matt Ikuvalu scored a somewhat strange try in the 50th minute, fielding a kick from Dean Matterson which travelled only a metre or two, then beating several defenders to the line. Josh Mantellato kicked his fourth conversion from as many attempts. The home supporters hoped 24-16 would be a winning margin, but a converted try to Jets’ five eighth Jack Williams again narrowed the difference to just two points. Jesse Marshke kicked a penalty goal in the 76th minute to level the scores and set up a tense final few minutes. The Roos used their next possession set to put themselves within filed goal range, and Paul Momirovski did the rest. Both teams were patchy. At times Wyong looked to be capable of running away with the match, only to be reined in as a consequence of unforced errors and a lack of urgency in defence. The game was entertaining but lacked the flair and intensity one has come to expect from this competition. Catch the video highlights on the NSWRL website. Congratulations to both Ben Thomas and Nick O’Meley on making their ISP debuts.

Photo: Paul Momirovski speaks with Sean Chaffer about his role in the Roos ISP win over Newtown

 


            Updated Sun Mar 11 11:28:15 2018 AEDT



WYONG COMMONWEALTH CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD MEDALLISTS REUNITE TO BEAT NEWTOWN



Less than a month after earning gold for Australia in the Commonwealth Championships, Wyong duo Luke Sharpe and Paul Momirovski were together again and on the scoresheet when the Roos snatched victory from the jaws of a draw with a 25-24 win over Newtown in Round 1 ISP.


Catch the latest news and photos at:-


https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/10/momirovski-field-goal-ensures-dramatic-roos-win/


Photo: Luke Sharpe inyterviewed by Andrew Rawle from NITV following the win against Newtown


 


            Added Sun Mar 11 11:16:12 2018 AEDT



ISP NSW - MOMIROVSKI FIELD GOAL ENSURES DRAMATIC ROOS WIN


ISP NSW - The Wyong Roos have defeated Newtown 25-24 in Round 1 of the ISP NSW competition played at Morry Breen Oval on Saturday 10 March, 2018.  Follow the link below for NSWRL match report.

https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2018/03/10/momirovski-field-goal-ensures-dramatic-roos-win/


 
            Updated Sat Mar 10 20:38:39 2018 AEDT



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 10:46:49 2018 AEDT



ISP SEASON 2018 IS LAUNCHED



The NSWRL held its Season Launch at ANZ Stadium on 27 February, heralding a new era for the game in this State with the remodelling of the NYC into parallel state based Under 20 competitions in Queensland and NSW, and a re-emphasis on the second tier Intrust Super Premiership. The restructuring of the game will make more money and resources available to ISP clubs, and improve player development and opportunity.

The Roos kick off their 2018 campaign on 10 March when they face Newtown at Morry Breen Field, and will feature in multiple free to air and subscription national broadcasts throughout the year.


            Updated Thu Mar 1 05:54:54 2018 AEDT



NSWRL REPS UPDATE



Since the defeat by Cronulla in Round 1, the Central Coast Roosters S G Ball team have won two straight, getting the better of Wests Magpies 24-10 in Round 2 on 17 February, and last Saturday overcoming West Coast Pirates 30-14 in Round 3. The squad is slowly getting used to the systems established by Coach O’Meley, but will do better when they concentrate for the full 70 minutes. Wyong Roos players Aaron Commins, Jake O’Meley, Harrison Packham, Tyson James, Tallis Angianga and Tyson Vanderwolf all featured in the match against the West Australians. The Roosters led 20-8 at halftime. Toby Elliot, Fletcher Berry, Scott Casson, Jack Alipate, Aaron Commins and Ryan Jones each scored tries for the locals. Front rower Ben Mau was best for Central Coast, whilst five eighth Kade McDonald stood out for West Coast and looks to have a strong all round game and plenty of pace.

The Harold Matthews squad enjoyed a bye in Round 3, after suffering a 22-18 loss at the hands of Wests Magpies in Round 2. Wyong’s Jack Bishop crossed for a try in the 43rd minute of that match. The Central Coast Roosters currently sit three from the bottom in this competition, and will be keen to grab some points when they face Manly at Lottoland at 11am on Saturday.

Photo:- Joeli Morris for the Roos

Jaron Purcell’s Newcastle Knights S G Ball enjoyed a comfortable 48-6 win over North Sydney Bears at Maitland Sports Ground in Round 3. The Knights remain undefeated in this competition after accounting for Balmain Tigers 42-16 the previous week. Newcastle sit in third place on the ladder, below Penrith and Sydney Roosters on percentages.

Because of touch football commitments, the Knights Tarsha Gale girls were understrength in Round 2 and suffered a heavy 46-28 loss to the Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval. Back to full strength for Round 3, the team demolished Canterbury 92-4 with Olivia Glanville scoring a brace, and Joeli Morris and Olivia Kernick grabbing one apiece.


            Updated Tue Feb 27 17:22:21 2018 AEDT



CENTRAL COAST JUNIORS LADIES LEAGUE TAG COME AND TRY DAY



Central Coast Juniors Ladies League Tag Come and Try Day - Berkeley Vale Oval Saturday 3 March, 2018.  Follow the link below to register.


https://membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?formID=57820&programID=40080


            Added Fri Feb 23 11:42:48 2018 AEDT



ISP TRIAL v PENRITH - SATURDAY 17 FEBRUARY, 2018



Wyong Roos took a squad of 26 players to Panthers Stadium on Saturday afternoon to trial against Penrith. The group comprised 13 players with varying experience inside NRL systems looking for more opportunities, and young men from Wyong and other Central Coast clubs who have trained with the Roos Season 2018 Summer Squad.

Penrith fielded a very strong team with many full time professionals, and it was always going to be a stern test of the Roos fitness and courage under fire.

The Panthers led 8-0 at the first drinks break (20 mins), scoring twice down Wyong’s right edge with Roo junior Adam Keighran at five eighth for Penrith throwing the last pass for both tries. Jake Lewis was held up under the posts, but when play reached the other end of the field, Penrith crossed from an orthodox scrum play. Wyong pressured the home team’s line with consecutive possession sets, but could not engineer any points.

The Panthers led 14-0 at halftime and 26-0 with 14 minutes remaining. Defending the massive Penrith outfit for long periods took its toll on the Wyong youngsters, and the locals ran in two late tries for a comprehensive 38-0 win.

Nothing unexpected in the result or the scoreline from the Roos point of view. Jake Lewis and Ben Thomas were good in the middle and made their opposites work hard for any advantage. Brad Keighran was involved in everything, but probably lost a points decision to his younger brother. Tarnae Mahon, Taniela Tangulu and Dylan Clark proved their toughness, and Under 19, Kye Leaudais, was composed at acting half, and added variety and momentum to the Roos attack.

Wyong next face Blacktown Workers in a trial at Central Coast Stadium on 24 February. Kick off is at 4.15pm. The game is part of a triple header with the Roosters Jersey Flegg trial commencing at 2.15pm and the NRL at 6.30pm.


            Updated Tue Feb 20 16:09:17 2018 AEDT



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

 


            Updated Tue Feb 20 14:15:21 2018 AEDT



ROOS PLAYERS BACK UP FOR ROOSTERS IN NRL TRIAL GAME AGAINST PENRITH

 

Congratulations to the Wyong Roos players that were asked to back up in the Roosters NRL team in the trial against Penrith at Panthers Stadium on Saturday 17 February, 2018.  On the bench we had Luke Sharpe, Mitchell Williams, Ben Thomas, Alex Langbridge, Jake Lewis, Nick O’Meley and Josh Mantellato. All boys got game time during the trial game.

Follow the link below for Sydney Roosters photo gallery of first trial game.

https://www.roosters.com.au/news/2018/02/19/panthers-trial-gallery/

                        


 
            Updated Mon Feb 19 09:57:55 2018 AEDT



ROOS TO PLAY IN SYDNEY ROOSTERS NRL TRIAL

 

Several Wyong Roos ISP NSW players have been named by Sydney Roosters Head Coach Trent Robinson to play in the first NRL trial between the Roosters and Panthers to be played at Penrith Stadium on Saturday 17 February, 2018.  Mitch Williams, Jake Lewis, Josh Matellato, Luke Sharpe, and Nick O'Melley have all been named in the NRL squad.  The NRL trial will follow the Wyong Roos ISP trial against Penrith to be played at 5.00pm, and the Sydney Roosters/Penrith Jersey Flegg trial to be played at 3.00pm. 

Follow the link below for more information. 

https://www.roosters.com.au/news/2018/02/15/roosters-name-panthers-trial-squad/


 
            Updated Sat Feb 17 06:35:13 2018 AEDT



ROUND 1 NSWRL JUNIOR REPS



Not so good results for the Wyong contingent in Round 1 of the SG Ball and Harold Matthews Cup competitions.

Central Coast Roosters SG Ball Cup team featuring Roos Adam Riding, Tallis Angianga, Tyson James, Harrison Packham and Jake O’Meley were defeated 48-8 by the highly fancied Cronulla outfit at Shark Park. The Harold Matts with Roo Jack Bishop at prop fared a little better, but also went down to the Sharks 22-4.

Out at Cessnock, Jaron Purcell’s Newcastle Knights lost a tough encounter with St George Dragons 6-0.

Next Saturday (17 February) Central Coast Roosters face Wests Magpies at Morry Breen Field with the Matts getting underway at 12.00 noon, while the Knights SG Ball team meets the Tigers at Leichhardt Oval at 5.30pm.

The Knights’ Tarsha Gale Cup team also play Balmain at Leichhardt, with the girls kicking off at 2.30pm.

(Photo - Jaron Purcell holds aloft the Harold Matthews Cup following the Knights 2017 victory at Leichhardt)


            Updated Tue Feb 13 12:53:39 2018 AEDT



SYDNEY ROOSTERS COME & PLAY - BEGINNERS WELCOME



Sydney Roosters Come and Play

Date: Saturday 24th February, 2018 

Time: 3.00pm - 5.00pm

Location: Gosford Leagues Club Park

Starring Sydney Roosters legend Anthony Minichiello, the Sydney Roosters Come & Play Rugby League clinic is all about having fun.

Boys and girls aged 5 to 14 years of age are invited to come and learn rugby league fundamentals and play skill-based games in a fun and inclusive environment.

As well as two hours of Rugby League fun, participants also receive a FREE match ticket to eagerly anticipated trial game Sydney Roosters versus Manly Sea Eagles and a half time pitch parade experience.

 The sessions costs just $20 and includes:

  • 2 hours of rugby league skills and activities
  • Sydney Roosters ambassadors
  • Rocky The Rooster
  • Match ticket to Sydney Roosters versus Manly Sea Eagles trial at Central Coast Stadium
  • Half time pitch parade
  • Sydney Roosters showcase bag

            Updated Tue Feb 13 12:40:09 2018 AEDT



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)


            Updated Fri Feb 9 14:07:37 2018 AEDT



SHARPE OFF TO THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES



Wyong Roos fullback, Luke Sharpe, has been selected in the Australian Rugby League Team for the upcoming Commonwealth Games. Rugby League is seeking re-classification under the Commonwealth Games regulations with a view to gaining full entry as a medal sport in 2022. The second Commonwealth Championship will be held on the Gold Coast 23-24 February as an exhibition sport and prelude to full entry into the Games. The Championship is age restricted to 23 years and will be played in the 9’s format. Luke’s selection follows a stellar Season 2017 in which he featured in the ISP Grand Final against Penrith and was included as fullback in the ISP Team of the Year.

The Board and Management of Wyong Rugby League Club congratulate Luke on this honour and wish him and the Australian squad the very best of tournaments.


            Updated Fri Feb 9 11:38:48 2018 AEDT



ISP SQUAD CAMP



Wyong Roos ISP squad members attended their annual camp 2-3 February, but things were a little different this time around.


Players participated in additional strength and conditioning, rehearsed plays and did some left v right work on the Friday, followed by lunch, gym and group goal setting. Former NRL player and current head of the RLPA, Clint Newton, addressed the squad over dinner in the Showroom at Wyong Leagues Club. Sunday found the squad at Crackneck undertaking the Team Australia Challenge.


Check out the video on


https://instagram.com/p/BezzMqsFzDM/


 


 


            Added Wed Feb 7 14:21:24 2018 AEDT



CCDRL ROOS BACK IN HARNESS



Wyong’s Central Coast cohort of players were back on the training paddock on 30 January in strong numbers. Male and female players underwent some torturous physical testing before breaking into a series of conditioning games and drills, all under the watchful gaze of S & C Director Stuart Lofts, and coaching staff Jason Parker, Reggie Stewart, Gavin Westwood, Ray Farag, Wade Hupton, Dean McDonald and Claire Reed. Head Coach Rip Taylor oversaw the session. Players and staff enjoyed a  meal afterwards to celebrate the new season. CCDRL training will continue each Tuesday and Thursday commencing 6.00pm. Returning players should register online via the Leaguenet icon on this website. Players new to the Club should contact Football Manager Stephen Marks on 43922799.


            Added Fri Feb 2 06:39:22 2018 AEDT



ROOS CELEBRATE AUSTRALIA DAY



Wyong Roos celebrated Australia Day with a 7am training session at the Morry Breen Complex followed by a bbq breakfast for all attendees. Master Chef Gavin Wand was on the tools and produced some of the best bacon and egg rolls ever eaten at Roos HQ.

Whilst the Summer Squad has been training since 22 November, the Central Coast boys and girls commence their 2018 campaign on 30 January at 6.00pm. Returning players need to jump online to complete their registration. Those new to the Club should call Football Manager Stephen Marks on (02) 43922799 to discuss the process.

Footy is back!!


            Updated Mon Jan 29 14:38:53 2018 AEDT



CRL MEDIA - CHRIS ANDERSON APPOINTED AS 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 10:46:35 2018 AEDT



CENTRAL COAST ROOSTERS TRIAL - 20 JANUARY, 2018

 

The Central Coast Roosters Harold Matthews (U/16) & S G Ball (U/18) squads will be trialling against Balmain Tigers at Morry Breen Field on Saturday 20 January in preparation for their respective competitions which start early February.

The Harold Matts kicks off at 9.30am and S G Ball at 11.00am. There will be plenty of local talent on display with a number of young Roos spread across both squads.

Gates open at 8.00am.

The Central Coast Roosters NSWRL U/16 & 18 draw for the 2018 competitions is as follows;

10 February                 Round 1 v Cronulla Sharks (away)

17 February                 Round 2 v Wests Tigers @ Morry Breen Complex

24 February                 Round 3 v Western Australia @ Morry Breen Complex

3 March                       Round 4 v Manly (away)

10 March                     Round 5 v Canterbury Bulldogs @ Morry Breen Complex

17 March                     Round 6 v Newcastle (away)

24 March                     Round 7 v Penrith (away)

31 March                     Round 8 v South Sydney @ Morry Breen Complex

7 April                          Round 9 v Sydney Roosters @ Morry Breen Complex

The Finals commence 14 April. The Grand Final is scheduled for Saturday 5 May with the winner of the S G Ball Cup to play the winner of the Mal Meninga Cup for the National U18 Championship in Queensland on 12 May.

Kick off times and the venues for the Central Coast Roosters away games are yet to be confirmed

 

 

 


 
            Updated Thu Jan 18 07:13:20 2018 AEDT



SEASON 2018 TRAINING COMMENCES 30 JANUARY, 2018


Whilst the Roos Summer Squad has been training since 22 November under the watchful eyes of Coach Taylor, his assistant Tony Gleeson and 1st Grade Coach Tony Clarke, it is almost time for the other senior grades to harness up.


Season 2018’s initial training session for Reserve Grade, Open Age, Under 19’s and Ladies League Tag will take place at Roos HQ on 30 January commencing 6.00pm.


Any persons not previously involved with the Club interested in playing with Wyong Roos this year should call the Club on 43922799.


Trials have been arranged against Kincumber (3 March) and The Entrance (10 March), with plenty of hard grunt in the interim.


Footy is back!!


 
            Added Wed Jan 17 14:39:56 2018 AEDT



CLAIRE, LUKE, & AARON TO REPRESENT AUSTRALIA



Newly appointed Roos Ladies League Tag coach, Claire Reed, has gained selection in the Australian Open Women’s Oztag team to contest the World Cup in 2018. The tournament will take place in Coffs Harbour 1-4 November, and the Open Women’s division is sure to be hotly contested. Claire takes her place amongst a squad of 20 which includes Elysia Atkins (Terrigal Sharks) and Steph Sharp (The Entrance Tigers). Holly Buchanan (The Entrance) and Sarah Dimech (Wyong) are shadow reserves.

Luke Sharpe, Aaron Heaven and Mitch Williams were part of the Country Bulls squad which annexed the Australian Open Men’s National Oztag Championship title at Coffs Harbour. Aaron was named the Bulls’ Players’ Player for the tournament, and on the strength of their performances, both Luke and Aaron were selected in the Australian team for next year’s World Cup. Roos Club Captain, Mitch Williams, was named a shadow reserve. Mitch and Aaron have been doing the hard yards in the Roos Summer Squad in readiness for Season 2018, while Luke has sweated it out with Sydney Roosters in the chooks’ pre-Christmas bash up.

Photo: Aaron Heaven


            Updated Sun Dec 24 15:19:16 2017 AEDT



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 12:30:34 2017 AEDT



ROOS NAME SEASON 2018 COACHES

 

There are a few new faces among the coaching ranks at Wyong for the 2018 campaign.

Rip Taylor, as Head Coach of Wyong Roos, will again mentor the ISP squad. Tony Gleeson is on board as Rip’s assistant following the retirement of Ian Bourke. Gleeso brings to the club a wealth of experience from his time with The Entrance, Berkeley Vale and more recently, Newcastle Knights.

Tony Clarke has been given the 1st Grade responsibilities for a fourth season. Tony’s three year stint as coach to date has yielded two Minor Premierships, consecutive Grand Final appearances and a Premiership. Tony is one of the most effective and well credentialed coaches in the game, and the Roos are very pleased to have him go around once more in Wyong colours.

Jason Parker has secured Reserve Grade. Jason has been a long term coach with the Roos and won age restricted premierships in 2012 (Newcastle), 2013, 2014 and 2016 (Central Coast). The Club is looking to Angry to develop its crop of talented young players into regular 1st Graders, and hopes his past success will be repeated in next year’s grade competition.

Reggie Stewart has enjoyed broad experience as a player with Wyong and many other clubs, and will bring that experience to bear as coach of Open Age.

Ray Farag has joined the Roos as Under 19 Coach, and will concentrate on preparing his charges for grade football. Ray has long been committed to youth development and his approach and philosophies will marry well with the ethos of the Club.

Claire Reed was the CCDRL Ladies Representative Player of the Year and in 2018 will lead the Roos assault on the League Tag premiership.

Members and supporters can expect to see some new faces amongst the playing ranks as well as the Roos ready for 2018.

 

 


 
            Updated Mon Dec 18 20:05:44 2017 AEDT



WYONG ROOS WIN CRL GIRLS 9's COMPETITION



The Roos defeated Kurri Kurri Bulldogs on 16 December to win the Grand Final of the CRL Central Coast- Hunter Under 16’s Nines competition. Billed as an introduction to tackle rugby league, with an invitation to females to come and try the game, the competition ran in parallel with Under 14’s, 18’s and Open competitions throughout NSW country, and was a huge success. More than 540 individuals across 35 teams registered in the Central Coast Hunter competitions alone, highlighting the fact that female participation is the largest growth area in the game. Wyong fielded a team only in the Under 16’s, and competed against the likes of Budgewoi, Berkeley Vale, Raymond Terrace, Group 21, Morpeth, Glendale and Nelson Bay. The girls were beaten once by Kurri Kurri, finishing second to the Bulldogs in the round robin format, but reversed that result 20-14 in the decider. The winning squad comprised many players from the Roos 2017 Ladies League Tag team, and displayed a real appetite for the physical side of the game as well as a willingness to shift the ball to space. The team was coached by Sarah Dimech, but had the benefit of Claire Reed, Jaron Purcell and Brady Barwick as consultants. Congratulations to all involved, with special thanks to Manager, Janelle Heaven, orange shirt, Quintin Greacen and blue shirt, Gabrielle Keevill.

Photo:

Back row (L to R): Claire Reed, Joeli Morris, Rylee Cassidy, Charlotte Akhurst, Carissa Harrison, Bianca Blackhall, Summa Bayley, Kasey Campbell & Jaron Purcell.

Centre (L to R): Keana McGovern, Lily Hanning, Olivia Glanville and Alee Purcell.

Front row (L to R): Janelle Heaven, Tyla Binnie & Violet Greacen (ball girl).


            Updated Mon Dec 18 14:25:39 2017 AEDT



WADALBA TSP AWARD WINNERS



Wyong Rugby League Club is proud of its long term involvement with the Wadalba Community School Targeted Sports Program (Rugby League). The Club not only provides financial support for the program, but also practical assistance in the form of expert tuition from Club Captain, Mitch Williams. As well as the obvious health benefits, the program allows the educators to engage with the kids through a shared passion for the sport, and participation is also an incentive to maintain academic and behavioural standards. The program has a tradition of producing fine sportsmen and community members. Recent graduates include Australian Schoolboys Jacob Liddle and Jaron Purcell.

The 2017 program award winners are Jack Hill (TSP Player of the Year), Kain Comerford (Under 16), Jaden Andrews (Under 15), Jye Boyle (Under 14) and Cooper Bigeni (Under 13). All five are Wyong juniors, though Jye and Cooper respectively played with Warnervale and Toukley in Season 2017. Congratulations to all involved on another successful year.

Photo (Lto R) - Mitch Williams, Jack Hill, Cooper Bigeni, Kain Comerford, Jaden Andrews, and Jye Boyle.

 


            Updated Thu Nov 30 17:00:33 2017 AEDT



GREAT BRITAN MASTERS AT ROOS HQ



The touring Great Britain Masters team played twilight matches against their Budgewoi and Toukley counterparts at Morry Breen Field on Tuesday 28 November. Whilst both passes and hamstrings were a little shorter, and some receding hairlines had retreated all the way to scalp, if you looked hard enough, there was still plenty of skill and intent on display. The heads still knew what to do, the legs could not quite get there in time, but the matches were very competitive. A great time was enjoyed by the players and a healthy crew of friends and supporters, who caroused well into the evening. Good fun for everyone involved, even the ref.


            Added Thu Nov 30 16:49:45 2017 AEDT



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 16:35:17 2017 AEDT



SYDNEY ROOSTERS INTERVIEW - LINDSAY COLLINS



Sydney Roosters interview with Lindsay Collins who during the 2017 season made his NRL debut with the Roosters and also played the majority of his games with the Wyong Roos ISP NSW team.  Follow the link below.


http://www.roosters.com.au/news/2017/11/29/it_s_up_to_me_lindsa.html


 


            Added Thu Nov 30 06:54:40 2017 AEDT



NRL DAILY BRIEFING - 26 NOVEMBER, 2017

 

NRL Daily Briefing - 26th November, 2017.  Follow the link below.



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            Added Tue Nov 28 11:45:52 2017 AEDT



CRL BUSH TELEGRAPH - ISSUE 39

 

CRL Bush Telegraph - Issue 39.  Follow the link below.



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            Added Tue Nov 28 11:06:35 2017 AEDT



THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN



Well, it hardly feels like they’ve been away, but Wyong Roos Summer Squad started their pre-Christmas block of training at Roos HQ on 22 November. New gear was distributed, new faces introduced, and the boys hooked in for the first time with 2018 on their minds. All under the watchful gaze of S & C Director, Bruce Gulliver, who has devised some exquisite torture for the warmer months. Sydney Roosters Welfare & Education Manager, Damon Spooner, addressed the squad before the physical stuff began. Players will work hard and hope to feature in trials against Penrith (Pepper Stadium on 17 February 2018) and Manly (Central Coast Stadium 24 February 2018). Good to be back!


            Added Thu Nov 23 16:07:05 2017 AEDT



RESILIENT COACH IAN BOURKE THRIVES ON COOK ISLAND CHALLENGE


NSWRL - Former Wyong Roos ISP NSW Assistant Coach Ian Bourke has thrived taking on the role of as the Head Coach of the Cook Island Womans team competing in the World Cup.  Follow the link below for full NSWRL article. 


http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/11/21/resilient_bourke_thr.html


 
            Added Wed Nov 22 07:57:31 2017 AEDT



ISP NSW - WYONG ROOS SEASON REVIEW


NSW Rugby League season review of the 2017 Wyong Roos ISP NSW side.  Follow the link below. 


http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/10/13/season_review_wyong_.html


 
            Added Fri Oct 13 14:59:13 2017 AEDT



ISP NSW - ROOS DEFEATED IN GRAND FINAL


ISP NSW - The Penrith Panthers have won the ISP NSW Grand Final after holding out a gutsy Wyong Roos side.  Follow the link below the full NSWRL match report.

http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/09/24/report_intrust_super.html

 


 
            Updated Mon Sep 25 07:05:35 2017 AEDT



2017 CENTRAL COAST RUGBY LEAGUE MEDAL


Berkeley Vale fullback, Lincoln Tubridy, received the Central Coast Rugby League Medal at the Division Presentation held at The Entrance Leagues Club on 13 September. Tubridy was a clear leader as at 14 July when voting became confidential, and managed to hold that lead for the remainder of the home and away season. Last year’s winner, Darcy Etrich from the Ourimbah Club, was runner up.

The following is a complete list of award winners on the evening;

Ladies League Tag

Minor Premiers – The Entrance

Highest Points Scorer – Sian George (The Entrance) 166

Best & Fairest – Briony Frater (Northern Lakes)

Under 19’s

Minor Premiers – Terrigal

Highest Points Scorer – Lachlan Hanneghan (Wyong) 108

Best & Fairest – Elih Jackson (Terrigal) & Jack Weir (Berkeley Vale)

Open Age

Minor Premiers – St Edwards

Highest Points Scorer – Dale Wilson (St Edwards) 208

Best & Fairest – Nathan Brown (Kincumber)

Reserve Grade

Minor Premiers – The Entrance Tigers

Highest Points Scorer – Luke Kirkby (The Entrance) 172

Best & Fairest – Rhys Ryan (Toukley)

1st Grade

Minor Premiers – Wyong Roos

Highest Points Scorer – Josh Harman (Terrigal) 154

Top Try Scoring Club – Terrigal

Bob Taber Memorial Trophy Best Administered Club – Wyong

Ladies League Tag Representative Player of the Year – Claire Reed (Wyong)

Under 23 Representative Player of the Year – Wyatt Shaw (Northern Lakes)

Rookie of the Year – Kye Martin (Wyong)

Coach of the Year – Alex Moore (Berkeley Vale)

Club Championship – The Entrance

Central Coast League Medal – Lincoln Tubridy (Berkeley Vale)

 


 
            Updated Thu Sep 14 17:50:55 2017 AEDT



LACHLAN HANNEGHAN - CENTRAL COAST UNDER 19'S HIGHEST POINT SCORER



Lachlan Hanneghan was the Season 2017 Highest Points Scorer in the CCDRL Under 19 Competition. Lachlan is a right footed goal kicker who amassed 108 points during the regular season with 10 tries and 34 goals. The Board and Management of WRLCG congratulate Lachie on his achievement and hope he continues to score many points in the green and gold for years to come.


            Added Thu Sep 14 17:48:15 2017 AEDT



KYE MARTIN - CENTRAL COAST RUGBY LEAGUE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR



Kye Martin was named Rookie of the Year at the CCDRL Presentation on 13 September. Despite being eligible for the Under 19’s competition, Kye played 17 First Grade games in Season 2017, scoring 11 tries in the process. Kye made his ISP debut in the Roos Round 25 win over Newcastle Knights on 26 August, and on 17 September will take his place on Wyong’s right wing in the Grand Final against Terrigal. Congratulations Kye from the Board and Management of WRLCG. The Award was well deserved.


            Added Thu Sep 14 17:45:40 2017 AEDT



ROOS JUNIORS 4 FROM 4



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

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

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

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


            Updated Wed Sep 13 06:00:55 2017 AEDT



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


            Updated Tue May 16 16:35:55 2017 AEDT



FREE ENTRY TO ALL ROOS HOME GAMES


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

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

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

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

  


 
            Updated Tue Feb 7 16:35:33 2017 AEDT



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 05:51:37 2016 AEDT



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 15:45:58 2016 AEDT



VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION


Any person who has any involvement with a Rugby League Football Club must registered as a volunteer on the 'Leaguenet' system.  Registration covers volunteers for insurance purposes.  To register follow the 'Leaguenet' icon on the homepage of this website or click on the link below.


https://reg.sportingpulse.com/regoform.cgi?aID=100&pKey=fba814e334401cfcfaa54bd5dbc0c3e7&cID=95630&formID=53845


 


 
            Added Tue Apr 19 12:59:15 2016 AEDT



FOLLOW WYONG ROOS ON TWITTER



Follow the Wyong Roos on Twitter by clicking on the link below, or the Twitter logo on the homepage of this website.


https://twitter.com/wyongroos


            Added Mon Dec 1 12:44:03 2014 AEDT



FOLLOW THE WYONG ROOS ON FACEBOOK



Follow the Wyong Roos on Facebook.  Our Facebook page can be accessed from the link below or by 'liking' us in the homepage of this website. 


https://www.facebook.com/TheWyongRoos


            Added Mon Dec 1 12:39:56 2014 AEDT




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