Shark Bites

Junior Rego days

Sunday 19th and Tuesday 21st at Larkhillmore

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2017 Committee


Senior Training 2017- Notification

The first training for all Senior Squads will be the 17th January 2017 at 6.15 pm at either Secret harbour or Port Kennedy Beach (TBA will be announced prior to date) . Bring water bottle, towel, trainers, and big set of lungs.more

Darren Shaw appointed 1st Grade Coach 2017


Sharks win U18's Grand Final

The Sharks had four senior sides in the recent grand final and came away with a win in the U18's. Well done to mark Billsborough and his support team.more

Sharks win 4 in semi's

Reserve Grade:
Rockingham Sharks 28 defeated Joondalup Giants 8
Third Grade:
Rockingham Sharks 16 defeated Joondalup Giants 14
Under 18's:
Rockingham Sharks 28 defeated Joondalup Giants 20
Women's League Tag:

Junior Results

Results from Junior Semi Finals Day

12s lost 28-24 (Golden Point)
GLT won 6-4
13s lost 44-0
14s won 20-14
16s won 60-18

Congratulations to GLT,14s & 16s in making the 2016 Grand Final next Sunday at Dorrian Gardens Perthmore

Senior Finals this weekend

The Senior Sharks are at two venues this weekend and the Juniors are at South Perth (12,13,14,16 and 16 GLT). Please note times of games e.g at Norths groundmore


Sharks draw one Win four against Souths

In a closely fought match at Franklin Offshore Sportsplex, Rockingham Sharks and South Perth Lions battled it out with the Sharks managing to stay ahead and take a 14 - 10 lead into halftime. The second half saw both teams dig deep in an attempt to gain ascendency however in a surprise result the match ended in a hard fought 20 all draw.more

Juniors all into Prelimary Finals at South Perth

the U12, 13,14,and 16s plus the U16s GLT will all battle for a Grand final spot this Sunday at South Perth's George Burnett Manning Rd commencing around 9.30.more

Sharks come good late into season

The Rockingham Sharks First grade scored a 66-22 win over fourth place Joondalup to make it three in the row late in the season. The Sharks need to beat the Lions this weekend to sneak into the top four and hope that Southern Bears beat Joondalup. As no Tier 2 clubs this year have beaten a Tier one club just maybe this will be the first.more

Sharks win against South West Warriors

Score - 56-14
Next game vs. Joondalup away.more

Sharks down Roosters in 4 grades

Smarter than Smoking Premiership First Grade Women In League Round provided a few upsets in the competition and none more so than a young Rockingham Sharks side who skittled competition heavy weights Fremantle Roosters taking the points in front of a parochial home crowdmore

First grade 20 Norths 40

To their credit Rockingham played the full eighty minutes and scored the last tries of the game in succession, unfortunately it was all too late with North Beach laying the platform of success in the middle of the second half and going on to take the victory 40 - 20. Well done to Kieran Crowe on his first 1st grade trymore

Smarter than Smoking" Premiership 1st Grade Scores.

North Beach Sea Eagles 28 def Fremantle Roosters 8
South Perth Lions 42 def Rockingham Sharks 8
Kalamunda Bulldogs 42 def Southern Bears 14
Joondalup Giants Won on Forfeit to South West Warriorsmore

Sharks down Kalamunda & Mandurah

The Sharks first grade defeated Kalamunda 58-18 and Reserve Grade defeated Mandurah 26-16 on the weekend.more

Sharks first 20 costly

Fremantle Roosters played to their strengths and with their normal flair and consistency in overcoming a determined and vastly improved Rockingham Sharks team. Disappointing of late the Sharks found an extra gear and showed confidence in their abilities to keep pace with the top of the ladder Roosters. When it counted the Sharks stood strong in the last 20 minutes of the game but ultimately were dmore

Sharks suffer defeat at the Hands of Norths

The Sharks won the U18's (74-6) and thirds (30-18), fell short by 2 points in the reserves 22-20, lost the ladies 26-18 and the first grade 40-16. Next weeks games are at Fremantle Ken Allen Field.more

Souths down Sharks

South Perth downed the Sharks first grade side by 38-16 on Saturday.
Reserves, U18's and Leaguetag all suffered losses and the thirds won.more

Sharks small mistakes costly

The Sharks lost to Norths in first grade on Saturday 24-20 but will rue the small mistakes that saw Norths score three tries off the back of them.
Mick Buck made his debut for first grade after coming all the way thru the U7's to U18's. His debut was marred by injury.more

Sharks fall to Fremantle

The Sharks led at halftime 24-14 but failed to go the distance and lost out 48-32. In other grades Reserves drew 10 all, 18's lost, Thirds won and Ladies lost 14-4. Next weeks games are at home to Southern Bears.more


Please see attached the May Newslettermore

Joondalup give Sharks a dental.

The Rockingham Sharks seniors sides travelled to Admiral Reserve in Heathridge to do battle with the Joondalup Giants.
In the Leaguetag game the Sharks went down by 14-10 The Under 18’s went down 22-12, the thirds lost 38-12 and the reserves won 14-10.more

Sharks vs Joondalup

The Sharks will play Joondalup in all grades away this weekend.more

Sharks enter Winners Circle

The Rockingham Sharks downed South West 102-10 on Saturday in a dominate display against the competition new comers. Reserves won, and the other grades all had a bye. There are no games this weekend with the ANZAC Kiwi vs Perth fixtures at Dorrien Gardens Perthmore

Whats on this week 14-17 April

The Senior and Junior Sharks are home. Band Saturday night with $200 members draw.more

Sharks miss out in last ditched effort

The Rockingham Sharks first grade turned around a horror start to the season with a credible lost against South Perth on the weekend. Losing 40-30 they were in the game right up to the last 5 minutes where a dropped ball cost them a chance to take the lead.more

Dorien Gardens provides no luck to Sharks

The Sharks first grade side had their worst start to the season when soundly beaten by North Beach on Saturday. The Sharks allowed Norths to get out to a 20-0 half time lead although two tries scored by the Sharks were disallowed. Added to this was the injury to Anthony Bowman early in the half.more

April Newsletter

Welcome to season 2016!! The New look newsletter is no attached below. Every month we will bring you up to date with all our senior & junior news - Weekly draws game times and news will be shared through our social media outlets... Stay tuned for some exciting new features in the newsletter!more

Fremantle 2 Sharks 2

Preseason results from Saturday see the Fremantle Roosters taking out the first grade and womens games and the Sharks winning the U18's and Reserves.
This weekend games are at home vs Kalamunda on Saturday and Juniors Home Sundaymore


NRL Masters Report

As Secretary ,I would like to personally thank the clubs President Dale Christy for organising this trip. I know all of us thank you for the opportunity you provided to us to represent the Sharks on and off the field as a group. It was an opportunity that I hope comes again for the rugby league players within this club who have played far and wide and now have played for the Sharks.more

Club Stalwarts meet up with X-Team mates

The NRL Masters gave the opportunity for 2 of the Sharks stalwarts to meet up with some previous Team mates from the Sarina Old Guys Assoc. The five players from left to right are Richard Comin, Bruce Holzwart (ex Coach & Player), Brett Minecon, Rod Fielding (Sharks Secretary), and Graham Creese. All played in the 1980 and 1981 Drawn premiership's.more

NRL Masters

The Sharks will embark on Monday Night to the Gold Coast on a history making tour. They will be the first WA side to be entered into the NRL Masters. Games will be played over three days and they feature teams from all over Australia and New Zealand.more

Junior Registration and Training.

Will be held 16th Feb Tues and 18th Feb Thursday and training will commenced 23rd Februarymore

Senior Training

12th January 6.15 pm Lark Hill.
All new, current, and old players are welcome.
Bring water bottle, and training gearmore

First Grade Coach 2016

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks are pleased to announce that Darren Shaw has been appointed as head coach for the 2016 season.
Training starts 12th January at Lark Hill Sportsplex. 6.15more

Notice of AGM

Please be advised that the AGM will be held 5th December 4.0pm at the Leagues Club Larkhill Port Kennedy and will be followed by the Sharks Xmas show.more


Jarek takes out Ken Allen - History is Made

Jarek Goebels won the Ken Allen Medal on Friday Night…. Highest award for NRLWA first grade and first time in Rockingham’s Rugby League playing history (since 1988) that they have won it. Great night for the Sharks all round.

Jarek who originates from the Manurewa Marlins club in Auckland New Zealand was recruited by the club this year to take over the important five eight role at the club andmore

Lochlan Christy wins Junior Club person of the Year

Well done Lochy - Sharks Junior Club Person of the year. Lochlan has always been there... Ground setup, pack up, canteen, ball boy, glass collecting. Well deserved thanks for all your help this year, and previous years as well.
Lochlan plays in the Under 11's Sharks side.more

Wicus Boshoff takes out Best player U18's


Sharks clean up Awards Night

The Sharks snapped up the Ken Allen Medal, 2 Team of the year places, The highest points and goal scorer in reserves and highest try scorer in first , Best U18s player and highest try scorers. See picture for all award winners.more

Sharks win Reserves Grand Final


Finals results

The Sharks played in three major semi Finals on the weekend and three junior grand finals and came away with 2 wins.more

First's into Final vs Fremantle.

Results from the weekend

U 18’s lost 22-4 to South Perth and will play Fremnatle this weekend at Ken Allen Hilton

Thirds won 24-22 in extra time and are into GF

Reserves lost 28-16 and will play Joondalup this weekend.

First won 34-20 and now play Fremantle at Ken Allen Saturday for the right to play Souths in Grand Final.more

Sharks into Semi finals

First grade vs North Beach Saturday 5.00pm Kickoff. Note : HOME
Reserves vs Souths (at George Burnett) 1st vs 2nd 1.50pm
Thirds vs Souths (at George Burnett) 2nd vs 1st
U18s vs Souths (at George Burnett ) 2nd vs 1st.
Juniors Fremantle Sunday featuring 11's and 12'smore

200 Games for Kaine Buckwell

Kaine Buckwell played his 200 game for the club on Saturday. Kaine has been with us throughout his Juniors and has played SG Ball, First and Reserve grade. Well done to Kaine!!more

Sharks give up Second Chance

Sharks 22 Norths 28

Fremantle 44 Joondalup 12

Souths 132 Kalamunda 0more

Sharks vs Norths at Home

The Sharks play North Beach this weekend at Home in what promises to be a tough series of matches in all grades.
Games kick off at 11.30am with third grade.more

Sharks take second spot.

Rockingham Coastal Sharks travelled to Ken Allen Field Hilton to take on Fremantle Roosters on Saturday and won 3 games from 5.

The League tag side lost 28-0, and the U 18’s lost 34-28. The thirds won 30-14 and the reserves won 40-6more

Sharks Reserves onTop

The Dave Tito coached Sharks reserve grade got an unexpected bonus from Joondalup when they beat South Perth last weekend. They are now top of the ladder with three games to go against Fremantle (5), North's(3) and Kalamunda (7).more

Sharks win 1 out of 5

The Sharks went into Saturdays game full of hope and ended it with 1 win from 5 with first grade coping a footy lesson to the turn of 60-0. The Sharks reserves are now equal top winning 36-30.The thirds lost 19-6 after being behind by one point with 8 to go. U 18s lost 26-16 and Leaguetag lost ending their hopes of a final appearance.more

Bears downed by Sharks

Rockingham Sharks travelled to Webber reserve Willagee to take on the Willagee Bears on Saturday and come away with 3 wins from 4 gamesmore

Sharks Down Joondalup

Rockingham Coastal Sharks rugby League senior sides took on Joondalup Giants on the weekend and came away with three wins out of 5 fixtures.
The League tag lost 28-0, The thirds won 58-8, the Under 18’s won 74-6, and the reserves who as a result lost their Top position went down 26-24.more

Preview Sharks vs Joondalup

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks First grade has to beat Joondalup this weekend to remain within the top 2more

Sharks keep second spot.

Rockingham Sharks Senior Sides played Kalamunda Bulldogs on the weekend and came away with 4 wins.more

Preview Sharks vs Bulldogs

Rockingham Sharks Senior sides take on Kalamunda Bulldogs this weekend in a number of important games.more

Kalamunda looms on Horizon

After two losses the Sharks first grade has to win against Kalamunda this weekend to get their season back on track. The reserves and Thirds are sitting on top of the table after wins against Norths last weekend.
The under 18's also won their clash against Norths.more

Sharks bite into Warriors

The Rockingham Sharks Ladies League tag, third grade and reserves all had wins against South West Warriors on the weekend.more

Curtain comes down on 68 Years of History

The WARL board held its final meeting after 68 Years on the 8th June 2015.more


The King of the Seas draws with the King of the Jungle

Rockingham Sharks Travelled to South Perth on Saturday for the clash of the two top NRLWA senior clubs and played out an exciting 32 all draw in First grade to remain equal top of the table.more

Preview Sharks vs Lions

The club spirit at the Sharks is at an all-time high at the moment, and the senior sides go into their games against South Perth knowing that wins in all grades will see them at the top of the NRLWA trees.more

Sharks de-claw Willagee Bears

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks senior Rugby league has set up a clash of the NRLWA season against South Perth this Saturday with a 48-10 demolishing of Willagee Bears at home last weekend.more

Preview Sharks vs Bears Home Saturday

The Sharks man up against the Bears tomorrow in a game that holds an element of danger with a couple of changes to the side, and no doubt a very keen Bears outfit to lower our colours.
Games kick off 1.00pmmore

Sharks down Giants

The Rockingham Sharks travelled to Admiral Reserve Heathridge on the weekend to take on the Joondalup Giants.

The Sharks won the First won 32-22,Reserves 38-16 , the U18’s 66-12, Lost the Thirds 20-10 and the Leaguetag 19-0more

Preview: Sharks vs Giants Away

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks take on the Joondalup Giants today in what promises to be a definitive moment in where the Sharks are in 2015.more

Sharks down Kalamunda

The Sharks disposed of Kalamunda Bulldogs in every game last weekend. The closest being the League age at 10-4
First grade ran out winners 58-10
Reserves , 18's and thirds posted cricket scores.more

Preview Sharks Seniors vs Kalamunda Bulldogs

This weekend see the Sharks Senior Grades take on Kalamunda Bulldogs at Franklin Offshore.more

Senior Results across the grounds


Sharks down Sea Eagles for Equal top spot

The Senior First grade beat Norths 42 -26 on Saturday.
Thirds won
Reserves and 18's lost.more

Preview Sharks vs North Beach

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks host the North Beach sea Eagles this weekend in a game the Sharks have been working hard for and if all clicks then a win may just be on the cards.more

Seniors down Fremantle

First grade 20-18
Reserves won
Thirds won
U18s lost 34-24
Ladies lost 28-8more

Preview First grade Debut vs Fremantle

Rockingham First Grade makes its debut this weekend with all only three players left from its side that contested the last round of WARL fixtures in 2014. Those players are Ian Wood (wing this year and fullback in 2014 R 20 ), Andrew Jeffrey (half in 2014 and Hooker this year) and Reece Potter who retains his position as second row.more

First round results Seniors and Juniors

Sharks Ladies League tag, Thirds,reserves, GLT, 16's,14,13,12 1nd 11's International grades all won.more

Senior Results Trial games vs South Perth

Women's 14-0 Sharks
Thirds 34-10 Sharks
Reserves 26-22 Sharks
Firsts 30- 22 Sharksmore

Toneila Moa (Canberra)

Toneila Moa plays for Canberra this weekend against another Shark In Keelyn Tuuata Edwards. We wish them both a great gamemore

Good Luck to Nela and Keelyn this weekend

Two Rockingham Sharks Juniors will face off in the NYC ...Toneila Moa (Canberra) and Keelyn Tuuata Edwards (St George) This weekend. We wish them both a great game.more

Sharks vs Lions

The Sharks will play the Lions in a Preseason game on Saturday 21st commencing with Ladies 11.30.more

Junior Volunteers Required Urgently

Coaches, Trainers, Managers, First Aid people required by Juniors.more

Interclub Trial 6th March Franklin Offshore

Here are our 2 Squads for Training and the first interclub trial at Home there is obviously a few names out. So if that's you come see Ryan and you can have a chat and get place in a team.more

On Line Registrations

Players (esp. Juniors) are reminded that if they register on line they must also provide their ID / passports to the club registrar as soon as possible after the registration is completed.more

Senior Training Saturday 10th January

A big roster of players turned up for Saturdays training run and Barbeque.
Next Preseason Training is Tuesday 6.15pm at Franklin Offshore Lark Hill Sportsplex.more

Senior Training Saturday 10 January 10.00am

This will be followed by a Bar b que for all players and partners.
Come down and start the season on a good note.Training will be Tuesday and TBA (Friday/Sat) for the next month.
First grade Coach: Ryan Wilson
Reserve Grade: Ian Prout
Other coaches to be appointed.more

2015 State Positions

2015 NRL WA State Positions
NRL WA is seeking applications for numerous positions in the 2015 WA State Rugby League Programs. The positions are for the U12’s, U15’s, U18’s Senior Men’s and Women’s Programs in 2015. Also
Please indicate below which position you are applying for (you can apply for numerous positions); you are also required to detail in the space provided over the page, your currenmore

Tommy Raudonikis winning cancer battle

The former NSW halfback revealed his cancer diagnosis during the Blues' victorious State of Origin campaign early this year. Western Suburbs Magpies chairman Michael Liubinskas said Raudonikis had revealed heartening news from his doctors after undergoing treatment over the last few months.more

Oz Tag Registration Thursday

See attached filemore

Under 18's WARL Premiers 2014


Under 16's WARL Premiers 2014


U14's WARL Premiers 2014


Under 12 WARL Premiers 2014


Under 18's move into Grand Final

The John Leilua coached U18's have a chance to secure the fourth premiership for the Sharks when they take on South Perth this Saturday at George Burnett , Karawara (The Lions Home ground).Game will kick off around 12.30 and admission for adults is $10. South Perth will play Fremantle in the 1st grade Grand Final.more

Sharks take out 3 Premierships

The Junior Sharks proved their strength in the WARL Premiership on Sunday with three wins in the Grand Finals. The Under 12's coached by Sue Ley, The Under 14s coached by Kaine Buckwell, and the Under 16's coached by Carl Boffey all won their respective Grand Finals.
This weekend the U18s play South Perth in the Grand Finals at South Perth.more

The Sharks wish Tommy Raudonikis the best

New South Wales rugby league legend Tommy Raudonikis has just revealed he has throat cancer. Raudonikis made the announcement while speaking to the Continuous Call team on 2GB, just ahead of kick-off in Origin II. Raudonikis said he just received the diagnosis on Wednesday.more

Around the Grounds



Sharks vs Joondalup Preview

Rockingham Coastal Sharks senior teams take on Joondalup Giants this Saturday at Franklin Offshore Larkhill sportsplex.
The first grade will be looking for their first win with the ladies League Tag 2 from 2 and Reserves 1 from 2. It will also see third grade return after some 10 years absence.more

Junor State Trial Times 2014

Here are the dates for Junior State trials

These trials are held at Curtin Stadium, Kent Street, Karawara starting at 5pm for sign in.
Under 12's - Wednesday 2nd April 2014 must be born in 2002 as we only take players turning 12 in 2014.This is SSWA /SSA rule.
Under 15's - Wednesday 9th April 2014 All players must be attending high school.
Under 18's - Wednesday 16th April 2014. All playersmore

Senior Draw 2014 (see attached)


Junior Training Commences 3rd March

Junior Training will commence Tuesday 3rd March and will be on from then on Tuesday and Thursday every week.
Coaches are reminded that training is currently not allowed on No 1 Field.more


Volunteers Needed!!!!

Volunteers Required 2014
Ground Set up / Pack Up
Sports Trainersmore


2014 Season Memberships Available now!!!
$40 Single / $60 Double
Free Entry to all Premiership Home Games (value $60)
Full Club Membership (Club Room Access)
Member only Drink and Merchandise Specials
See Bar for Membership Forms or email rockinghamsharks@hotmail.commore

Positions Advertised 2014 Season: Senior Coaches and Managers

Positions Advertised 2014 Season: Senior Coaches and Managers

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks are advertising for suitably qualified people to undertake the following roles:more

Positions Advertised 2014 Season: Trainers.

Positions Advertised 2014 Season: Trainers.

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks are advertising for suitably qualified people to undertake the following 7 roles:

Coordinator of Trainers- Seniors

Trainer’s senior x 2


Junior Trainers x 3 (Rostered).more

Committee for 2014

Dale Christy is the New Sharks Chairman for 2014 after Rod Fielding has stepped down after 13 years as Chairman.more

2014 West Coast Pirates SG Ball Training Squad

Congratulations to the following players selected in the West Coast Pirates SG Ball Training Squad: Falcon Peni,Keelyn Tuuta-Edwards,Poinga Biddle & Wicus Boshoffmore

West Coast Pirates Academy trials

Young Sharks players selected for West Coast Pirates Academy trialsmore

Premier League Premiers 2013

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks came away with their first senior premiership in 8 years (Leaguetag 2006/7) on the weekend with a 30-16 win over the Fremantle Roosters in the Premier Grade of the WARL competition.more

Junior Sharks Grand Finals

Under 13’s Premiers
Rockingham Sharks defeated South Perth
WA’s only undefeated junior team, South Perth, started strongly with a first half double to Trent Manihera-Paul. This seemed to spark the Sharks into life, who produced a dominant second half, with Tyrin Wyllie doing the damage up front. These runs were finished off by the great work from Tyler Hunt and Man Of the Match Leevai Suttonmore

First Grade Coach Announcement for 2014

Current under 18’s co-coach Stephen Fielding has been appointed the Sharks First grade coach for 2014.
The club has wisely looked to the local competition, and the talent within its own club with this selection, and the announcement of the appointment at this time shows the seriousness the club is giving to the task of regaining their position in the Top 4 of the WARL premiership and also maintaimore

Sharks, 2013 WARL Junior Club Champions

Junior Sharks win the 2013,WARL Junior Club Championship
This is the 9th time in 10 years
Congratulations also
Jayden Hocking, Under 15 State player of the year
Kieren Crowe, WARL Junior Club person of the year
Josh Owen Turner, WARL Junior referee of the yearmore

Sharks today, Knights future

The Sharks management would like to congratulate Jayden Hocking and his Family on agreeing to sign with the NRL Newcastle Knights.more

2013 Commemorative Games recognition photos

Bailey Hewat-Lawerance 50 games,Poinga Biddle 50 games
Ross Lund 50 games,Caleb Blacklaw 50 games,Eamon Belton 50 games, Beau Galvin 50 games, Mathew Ritz 50 games, Liam Spencer 100 games, Rakheem Tutta- Edwards 50 games,Morehu Turmbull 50 games, Thomas Leeder 50 games, Jack McGrath 100 games, Treme Sergeant 50 gamesmore

Rugby League Junior TV Campaign

Scheduled to run on both Free to Air [9/Win/GEM] & Foxsports for 8 weeks
from this Sunday 20th Jan to 8th March 2013more

25th Anniversary Star Photo

This week the web site will feature photos from the past 25 years of rugby league in Rockingham.
The Seniors and the Juniors will kick off the day on Saturday with games.
The festivities include a luncheon and the naming of the 20 best of the last 25 years.
The first grade play Fremantle at 6.00pm approx.
The first photo is of the 1988 committee featuring Harry Brankstone and Kerrie Mickle.more

Great White Shark Shirt Design.

These will be exclusive to Great White Shark membership.

See Bev or Rod for more details



Great White Shark Badge

Just a preview of the GWS badge for the Past players, supporters and members badge.....

Join before the end of the month and you are guaranteed your gear will be here before the first game.


The Great White Sharks

Dear Past player, Member and/or Supporter

 Rugby League within Rockingham turns 25 years this year and along with the various celebrations we are planning, the club management committee is developing an exciting new venture which we would like you to be a big part of.

Basically it’s a past (and present) player, member and/or supporter association which is aptly named “The Great White Sharks RL Association. It is also a chance to become part of the National Rugby league “Men of League” Initiative. The membership of this organisation is within your Great White Sharks membership fees.

Membership forms attached.


Rockingham presents jumpers to community in need.

 An urgent call was answered recently by the Rockingham RLC Club with two sets of jumpers and training balls, cones and bags which were badly needed in this community in Papua.

 The Brothers Club (PNG) presented Ben with a jumper to be presented to the Rockingham Club at the High Commission in Port Moresby.

 Ben wrote the following.

 Today I went to visit Solomon, senior player and the coach of the Under 19 team of the Brothers Rugby League Club, at the Australian High Commission. He had two of his players at the meeting where I presented the Jerseys. In an act of gratitude Solomon and the Brothers Rugby League Club presented one of their First Grade Jerseys to me.  The meeting with the Brothers representatives at the Australian High Commission was a media event and I'm told it will be published in the local newspapers of Port Morseby.

I'm told that a lot of the players of this particular club are from 'the settlements' which indicate that they are mostly unemployed persons living with a lack of electricity and plumbing.

The club is heading for its 25th Anniversary in 2012 and has its AGM this Friday at Larkhill commencing at 2012.


Ode to the Volunteer

Thankyou to the people who volunteer for this club. It was great to see the people assisting over the last week , who did so without fear of favour, and did not ask for anything in return. Thank you all.more

ARL and the Sharks Parents Code of Conduct

All parents are reminded that this club has a code of conduct for Spectators and Parents.more

What do your Fees pay for?

For all people some figures on what your fees go on and what funds the shortfall.

As you will see most (90%) go to the WARL.more

Would you like to come onto the Committee?

Being a volunteer is fun and healthy for the mind. We need volunteers to assist in a variety of areas:more
Location Map

Where is Lark Hill

Location maps for clubs to download for 2008.more

How do I become a member

If you would like to become a member of the Sharks just download the membership form, fill it out and hand it to the Secretary or treasurer with the appropriate fee.

Also read on and see the rules that apply.more

Draft two Members Protection Policy is available

Download now ....go to important Informationmore

A reminder to all Parents

Please read the following code of conduct.more
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