Merry Christmas

The Chairman and Board of Directors of Group 10 would like to wish all clubs, players, officials and supporters a very Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year. See you all in 2017 which is shaping up to be an exciting competitionmore

Wham, slam here comes Bam: CYMS sign kiwi enforcer

BAM BAM: Orange CYMS' new prop, Chris Bamford, finds space during his time with the Canterbury Bulls during last season's New Zealand provincial premiership. Photo: THE PRESS, Christchurch

Donato wants to see NRL club play in Orange


Daniel Finn and Brady Cheshire join Kurt Hancock at the helm for St Pat's

DOUBLE DUTIES: Brady Cheshire will not only line up in the front row for St Pat's next season, but will act as co-coach as well.

New Oberon coach is classy: Kurt Hancock

NEW TIGER: Luke Branighan joins Group 10 next season.

League change can be a positive

Linore Zamparini.

New LED scoreboard at Carrington Park up and running


The timeline: How Dubbo CYMS’ failed transfer bid played out

CRL "applauds effort" of Dubbo CYMS

CHANGING TIMES: The CRL's Peter Clarke praised CYMS for the work they had done in a proposed switch to Group 10. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

Fishies' bid to play in Group 10 denied by clubs at special general meeting

NOT IN GROUP 10: Luke Jenkins and his Fishies teammates were denied entry to Group 10, thanks to clubs' budget constraints for the most part. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

Group 10 clubs vote 6-3 against a Dubbo CYMS switch.

IT'S A NO: Colby Pellow and his Dubbo CYMS teammates look set to feature in Group 11 in 2017. Photo digitally altered.

Country Championships changed to an under-23s format

IN THE RUNNING: CYMS gun Ryan Griffin, who starred in Western's under-21 side in 2016, is one of a number of younger Group 10 players who will be aiming to play for the Rams' under 23s. Photo: PHIL BLATCH

"He's the best signing since I don't know when": Hawks supremo announces massive 2017 signing

MASSIVE SIGNING: Willie Heta, pictured in South Newcastle colours, will captain-coach Orange Hawks in 2017 and 2018. Photo: MARINA NEIL/NEWCASTLE HERALD

I want the same team: Brien's determined to mentor Magpies to success

Pictured playing Oberon during the 2016 Group 10 competition, Cowra Magpie Rory Brien will continue his tenure as the side's coach in 2017.

Coaches of wolfpack

NEW FACES IN COACHING AND FOR PRESIDENT: Ladies Tag coach John Legge, U18s' Graeme Osborne, first grade's Chris Rhodes, president Corey Osborne and second grade's Joe Inzitari.

Group 10 clubs to decide Dubbo CYMS’ fate at Wednesday night meeting

CRUNCH TIME: Luke Jenkins and his Dubbo CYMS players may well soon find out where they will all be playing in 2017. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

Bathurst Panthers are keen to end Group 10 premier league title drought

BIG BOOST: Bathurst Panthers hope securing the signature of talented forward Simon Osborne will help them end their Group 10 premier league drought. Photo: STEVE GOSCH

Doing it for the kids: championships now under 23s only

IN THE RUNNING: The new representative format will give the likes of Nyngan Tiger Clayton Couley the chance to impress again on the big stage. Photo: CRL

Dubbo CYMS not going to pass on shot: chairman

LASER-LIKE: Dubbo CYMS gun Luke Jenkins would be a star in Group 10

A Carrington Park upgrade worth $850K

GREAT: Mayor Gary Rush with the new $150,000 screen, that will boost the reputation of Carrington Park as a NRL playing field. Photo: RACHEL FERRETT

Penrith Panthers to play Canberra Raiders in June 2017

DEJA VU: Bryce Cartwright on the burst during Penrith's match against Canberra at Carrington Park this year. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

Mudgee Dragons name 2017 coaches

Dragons president Jared Robinson with 2017 coaches Jono George (18s), Sebastian Flack (First Division), and Peter Hickman (Premier League).

Bathurst Panthers sign Garrett Field and Simon Osborne

HEADED HOME: Simon Osborne will return to Bathurst Panthers next season after a stint playing for fellow Group 10 club Orange CYMS

Oberon Tigers sign Luke Branighan as captain-coach

NEW FACE: Former NRL player Luke Branighan has signed up to captain-coach the Oberon Tigers in 2017. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

Rep pathway blocked for players over 23

COUNTRY CHANGE UP: Blayney's Lachie Farr was picked in the NSW Country under 18s in 2016, with the top age bracket to change from opens to under 23s in 2018.

CYMS to attend Group 10 meeting this week

WAITING GAME: Despite what CRL boss Terry Quinn says, it remains uncertain where CYMS players like Hayden Howell will be playing in 2017. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

Western Rams rugby league shake-up on the cards: Quinn

THE TIME IS NOW: CRL boss Terry Quinn says the region will be looked at as a whole following Dubbo's bid to jump to Group 10. Photo: NICK McGRATH

THE TIME IS NOW: CRL boss Terry Quinn saysthe region will be looked at as a whole following Dubbomore

Mudgee Dragons welcome Country vs City game

BIG STAGE: Jared Robinson and the Dragons have welcomed the Country vs City announcement, he is pictured in the curtain-raiser to the local 2013 NRL match.

2017 City-Country clash the last

FINAL STOP: The 2017 Country vs City match at Glen Willow will be the last time the game is held, pictured is Country's Jarrod Mullen during the 2012 match in Mudgee.

Country vs City returns to Mudgee

David Trodden (NSWRL), Brian Canavan (NRL), Jared Robinson and Kathy Lang (Mudgee Dragons), Des Kennedy (MWRC), Terry Quinn and John Anderson (CRL).

Group 10 Expressions of Interest (EOI)

EOIs are sought for the following representative positions for 2017.
Coaches, Selectors, Managers and FAOs

Also EOIs from clubs for the holding of representative games that might be held in the Group 10 area.

EOIs are to be on the attached form and forwarded to the Group 10 secretary.more

VIDEO: 2016 Group 10 grand final highlights


2016 League Tag rules

Players, Coach's and team officials should familiarise themselves with the 2016 rules

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