Welcome to Roos News!

With Round 12 done and dusted we can now enjoy a two week break over the school holidays!  It will be well deserved as all our teams have had some great results over the past few rounds.   When we return on the 27th July we will be heading into the final straight, with finals just around the corner.

Women’s State of Origin

We had a fantastic turn out at the Women’s State of Origin on the 21st June.  We took 100 Roos players, family and supporters to North Sydney Oval to watch the mighty NSW blues win over the QLD Maroons.  It was a great night out, we hope our families enjoyed themselves.

Also our very own Aqua Fisher, from the under 13s League Tag team, competed in the half time race.  We are so proud of you Aqua, you ran an awesome race!

End of Season Function

Calling all Roos parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, supporters!  Be sure to grab your tickets to our End of Season Party, to be held on 17th August at North Sydney Leagues Club.

Tickets are only $30 and you are sure to be in for a great night!

Get your tickets here:   

Roos in the Community

We are always looking at ways we can support our local community, we have had two recent opportunities to give back by helping out two locals schools; Willoughby Public School and Marist Brothers in North Sydney.

Marty Irvine our Club president was able to procure two signed NSW Blues jerseys to donate to these schools for them to auction at their P&C and Parents & Friends events to raise much needed funds.

We are so grateful to help raise money for these schools as many of our young Roos attend WPS and Marist Brothers.

Volunteer Round 

Round 12 was Volunteer Round for the Roos; North Sydney Junior Rugby League gave us two North Sydney Leagues Club vouchers to give to two people we wished to thank.   Our committee got together and came up with some nominations and a final decision was made on the winners.

Here they are:

Lisa Partridge

“Lisa is always the first to put her hand up to help out at home games. She can always been seen at our canteen, always going above and beyond. Her significant contribution was during a recent home game where a polling booth was only just next door, we were inundated with customers and Lisa stayed and worked well beyond her allocated shift…..and did with a smile on her face! She may not think she makes a huge difference but she is seen as a valuable member of the Roos family.”

Lee Giddins

“Lee is a manager of not just one Under 9s team but two. He has to manage 19 players, their parents, three coaches and trainers. It is a massive role to take on and he has done so making it look easy. He is extremely organized and a great communicator, especially during the times where the teams are not playing at the same ground. We know that the team and those involved with it appreciate all that he does. He is a great asset to not only the under 9s teams but to our Club.”


As always a big shout out to our sponsors, your generosity is much appreciated!

Go Roos!


The Roos Committee