Wyong Roos are a rugby league club on the Central Coast and one of the largest and most successful sport-based clubs in regional NSW.
The Club, first established in 1910, has a long history of developing rugby league players through its junior and senior programs as well investing in the local community via its charitable work and support of sport in general.
Wyong Roos is committed to providing a safe, healthy, nurturing and respectful environment where junior players can acquire skills, make friends, gain confidence and feel connected. The two most important things about being part of Wyong Roos is the creation of a sense of belonging to something much bigger than the individual and that it is fun to be involved.
The Club caters for male and female players of all abilities; from those content with some footy in a social setting to those seeking a professional career within the game. Wyong Roos is both a home and a pathway.
6-9 YEARS – non-competition format mixed gender tackle
10-12 YEARS – competition format mixed gender tackle
13-17 YEARS – competition format male tackle
U13, U15 & U17 YEARS – competition format female league tag and tackle
SENIORS – U19, Open Age, Reserve Grade & 1st Grade male tackle
Open Age female league tag and in Season 2022 Open Age female tackle
ELITE PATHWAY – Denton Engineering Cup (3rd Tier behind NRL and NSW Cup competitions)
|Social or Competitive||social, competitive|
|Active Kids Compliant||yes|
|Gender competitions||male, female, mixed|
|Days||weekends, weekdays, am, pm|
|Individual or Team||team|