14/1s Central Coast JRL 2013- PREMIERS

The victory was all the more gutsy, after losing their five eighth and captain Max Bovis mid way through the first half, the loss of Max could have been the end of the Roosters day, but instead the loss of their team mate, inspired the boys to courageously lift as a team to take the premiership, a fantastic gutsy and courageous effort from all the players. A great end for a great season for all the boys and Mick, managers Belinda Thompson and Melissa Moore and trainers, Mark “Snappa” Wilson and Aaron McLean and all the parents guardians and supporters.                




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WHAT'S HAPPENING?

Training at Rogers Park - Website & FB Page are updated with wet weather/ ground closure info where applicable and managers will also contact their teams.

Saturday 30th  August-                                                                INTERNATIONAL Major/Minor Semi - EDSAAC Oval Bateau Bay

Sunday 31st August-                                                                                           MOD  LEAGUE  Major/Minor Semis - EDSAAC Oval, Bateau Bay                                                                 

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Everyone working for Woy Woy Juniors are volunteers, many without children still playing, so all help that is given is greatly appreciated. It's your club too- Please get involved..

 Home Round Info : Unfortunately not all teams will necessarily play at home on a home round, this is due to varied number of players  in each age group/grade /club of the ever growing Central Coast Division.The draws are set by the Central Coast Division Junior Rugby League who are a committee of volunteers like us. They do their best to keep everyone happy with  ground allocations and management of the CC competition throughout the season which as you can imagine would be no easy task..

 Keep an eye on the Draw, Results ,Ladder tab (at the top of this page)which is updated as the draw is released.