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The Central Coast Junior Rugby League family wishes to send it’s sincerest condolences to Cec’s wife Beryl and family. Cec was indeed a passionate follower of the CCDJRL

Before retiring to Bonny Hills on the mid north coast he was a guiding influence in the formative years of the Umina JRLFC. As all Club volunteers would know, this included many roles to help sustain the game of Rugby League on the Peninsula. In gratitude for his tireless efforts he was awarded Life Membership of the Umina Club.

Cec was also a member of the Central Coast Group 12 Schoolboys (now known as CCDJRL) Management Committee. This led to Cec undertaking the role of Treasurer for 10 years.

Cec held this role up until 1993 when he announced his retirement from Rugby League after more than two decades of tireless commitment to the Central Coast and the game.

He was awarded the honour of being elected a Life Member of the Division in the mid eighties.

Wishing Beryl and family our heart felt thoughts. 




Thank you all for your support and encouragement during this unprecedented time. Unfortunately with the roadmap out of the current Covid inflicted predicament remaining uncertain NSWRL in consultation with other major winter sports has resolved to abandon Community Competitions in the Greater Sydney Region along with Central Coast, Illawarra and Group 7 for the 2021 season. An official release follows below.

Be safe everyone! 

Heartbreaking call to abandon Community Competitions in Greater Sydney and adjoining areas

Monday 16 August 2021

Following on from the very difficult decision last week to abandon a number of Major Competitions for the 2021 season in response to the COVID-19 outbreak across the Greater Sydney Region and adjoining areas, the NSWRL Board has now been forced to accept the heartbreaking reality that Community Competitions will have to be abandoned in the Greater Sydney Region along with Central Coast, Illawarra and Group 7.

The NSW Government last month extended the lockdown for the Greater Sydney Region, including Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour, until 28 August 2021. Restrictions have now extended to Regional areas, with a statewide lockdown currently in place. 

“It has become increasingly clear that with rising infection rates there can be, understandably, no NSW Government sanctioned roadmap out of the lockdown for sport at the moment,” NSWRL Chief Executive David Trodden said.

“It is equally clear that it will not be possible for this to happen in sufficient time to complete our season. In those circumstances, the Board was left with little option but to cancel our Community Competitions in the Greater Sydney Region along with Central Coast, Illawarra and Group 7, notwithstanding the disappointment which this will cause to the many thousands of boys and girls, men and women who play in teams and competitions across that region.

“In reaching their decision, the Board considered its obligation to comply with Public Health Orders as well as its broader obligation to provide participants with a safe environment in which to play sport.

“The NSWRL thanks our participants, officials and volunteers for their contribution to our Community Competitions this season. We urge them to remain safe, adhere to the COVID-19 safe guidelines and we look forward to their return in 2022.”

The NSWRL acknowledges the support which it always receives from its colleagues in the other major winter codes, particularly AFL, Netball, Football, Rugby Union and Hockey, who have been forced to make similar heartbreaking decisions in relation to their own competitions.

We all look forward to the sense of return to normality and also renewal that our various sports will deliver to our community in 2022.

In relation to Regional Competitions outside Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Illawarra and Group 7, NSWRL will monitor health advice and liaise directly with Leagues to consider recommencement options.


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