ENFIELD FEDERALS RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB INC
|| Originally 1912 - affiliated with BDJRL Dec 2009
| Club Name:
||Enfield Federals Rugby League Club Inc
| Club Colours:
||Black and White
| Vice President:
| Email Address:
| Home Ground:
||Cooke Park, Madeline Street, Belfield
| Club Contact:
||Nellie Hage @ above email
Since 1912 Enfield Federals Rugby League Football Club has had a long and honorable history. It was one of the first junior rugby league team’s in the western suburbs district.
Since then the Club had folded in the 90’s and is now ready to restart and become an integral part of the sporting and community life of the inner City. Now the Club offers rugby league with a great big future. Stating the facts: Enfield Federals produced great Australian rugby league players like, Jimmy Sedaris, Hazem El Masri, Robbie Farah and many more that played at a first grade level.
Now this same opportunity is offered to men, women, boys and girls of all ages. Membership is open to everyone. It is the Club's objective to enable all its rugby league players to perform at the highest standards they can attain. To this end the Club will seek to provide support by creating high quality facilities and qualified coaching instruction for all playing.
Members The Club will strive for excellence in all that it does. It will seek to enable each individual and each team to play to their full potential, and will take pride in their achievements. The Club recognizes that rugby league can be played and enjoyed at many different levels of skill. The Club will aim to enable all those who wish to play rugby league for Enfield Federals to do so. Success on the field will be measured not just by results and honors, but by the enjoyment of the players.
At a time when Rugby League has become a professional sport, the Club will be alert to the need to retain players needed to ensure that the Club plays to the highest possible level within the junior League structure. The Club believes that the best way to retain players is to develop a Club with good facilities, and excellent coaching structure and an enjoyable social programme for players and their families. The new professional era must be embraced, but it will not be allowed to damage the Club's focus on remaining a community Club for players and former players, families and friends and spectators.
The Club recognizes the strategic role played by the Junior Rugby League indeveloping the sport of rugby league in the Region. It will participate energetically in their activities and discussions. The Club will continue to support in any way possible the players of the future of Enfield Federals.