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I would like to thank you all for allowing your child to be part of the U13s program over the past month as it’s now time for them to use a few things they have been shown on game day at Manly.

The players will be required at Nolans Reserve North Manly at 9.30 on Wednesday 18th July with their Central Coast Roosters training gear on for a warmup prior to playing their games. Central Coast Roosters will field 2 team which will play 4 games each, the last game will start at 3.30pm.

Please ensure your children have their Boots, Club playing socks & Club playing shorts with them, we also ask that the children take their on field protection (mouthguard, headgear, etc) & a towel.

All players will receive lunch and their will also be a canteen & BBQ facility for all to use.
If your child require a certain diet please ensure they have this with them.


Terry Rule
Operations Manager
Central Coast Roosters

Congratulations to all players and coaching staff that participated in the 2017/2018 representative season.

Representative Player Of the Year - Tallis Angianga


Representative Club Person Of the Year - Ben Spackman

Spackman club person



Defending Champions Monaro will attempt to claim back-to-back titles when they take on Northern Rivers in the Final of the CRL Men’s Under-23’s Country Championships at Kirkman Park, Camden this weekend.
Monaro progressed to the final after claiming a strong 48-18 victory over the Illawarra South Coast Dragons at Goulburn's Worker's Areana Harris Park; with Northern Rivers continuing their ominous form with a commanding 64-12 victory over North Coast in Sawtell.
The Central Coast Roosters will also aim for back-to-back titles when they take on the GSR Wests Tigers in the Ladies League Tag Final.
The Roosters secured a place in their third consecutive final after defeating the Greater Northern Tigers 30-2; whilst GSR Wests Tigers claimed a hard-fought 12-10 victory over Illawarra South Coast.
The Ladies League Tag Final will kick-off at 11:00am, with the Men’s Under-23’s Final taking place at 12:30pm.
The CRL Men’s Under-23’s and Ladies League Tag Country Championship Finals will be live streamed on and CRL’s Facebook page.

Further Information: Adam Kidd
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