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Men's Seniors & COlts

In recent years, we have competed in the Subbies Division 5/6 competition, which is for clubs with up to 2 senior grades.  Including pre-season, it’s a 7 month season  with a few bye rounds mixed in to let you catch up on social commitments.

Typical dates are:

Preseason: Mid-February to Easter Weekend

Season: April to late August

Finals: Early September



Our coaching team organises two training sessions per week. Tuesdays are largely fitness and skills-based while there is a strong emphasis on game plans and team runs on Thursdays.  We’ll get the BBQ and TV out by the sheds whenever the footy is on after training.

We appreciate that work, education or family commitments can take priority on training nights.  We won’t hold it against you on the Saturday.  Just learn our calls, stick to the game plan and give it your all for the club.

Tuesdays & Thursdays: 7 to 8.30pm


Match days
All matches are played on Saturdays during the season.  First Grade will always be scheduled for a 3.15pm kick off with Colts and Reserves playing the curtain raisers.

Everyone is encouraged to support all grades from the sidelines.  It is club tradition that players are cheered on to the field through the supporter tunnel.

Typical kick off times are:
Colts: 12.45pm
Reserve grade: 2.00pm
First grade 3.15pm

After all home matches the senior team(s) host our opposition at Tantallon Oval for drinks then proceed up the road at the Great Northern Hotel, Chatswood.

Player registration.

All player registration is through “Fusesport” and must be done before the competition rounds commence. The club sets and advises the annual player registration fee payable which is also required at that time.


Player Insurance.

Injury Insurance is automatically available to all players through the RA Insurance program upon payment of a players registration fee.

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Womens – Bella  on 0466 111 165.


Our season is structured into a number of stages to better cater for new players into rugby as well as those with experience as follows:

Pre-Season Fitness. 
This is run under the name of SportsFit which is a free program for all sports minded women 17+ probably living on the lower north shore of Sydney keen to build their fitness in preparation for their 2023 sporting season.

The Program consists of 5 weekly Tuesday evening sessions from say 6.30 to say 7.30 commencing on Tuesday 31st January 2023 and finishing on Tuesday 28th February 2023 and held at The Diddy Cnr River Road West & Kenneth Street, Longueville Sydney. The sessions will be run by experienced qualified female sports trainers.

Try Rugby
SportsFit is followed by Try Rugby. This is a special program put on by NSW Women’s rugby for us consisting of 4 or 5 sessions each of 45 minutes to introduce and attract the inexperienced to rugby or for the more experienced to provide them with a more advanced skills program. We  have our sessions at Tantallon oval presented by NSW Women’s Rugby using our equipment etc.
Teams and Skills.

Training now turns to learning the key elements of your position and team play and building the skills required This training is provided on Thursday evenings for 7 to 8.30 pm.


The rugby 7s season includes gala days, friendlies and formal competition. Competition day is normally every second Sunday with home games at Tantallon Oval and gala days on scheduled weekends. This structure often enables women to play rugby in addition to their other sports.

Player registration
Process to be advised. The club will advise the annual player registration fee payable .
Player Insurance.
Injury Insurance is automatically available to all players through the RA Insurance program upon is on a per game basis.

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Colts - u21

Reformed in 2014, the Lane Cove Colts made their presence known in Sydney Suburban Rugby after winning the Radford Cup in 2016.


The colts competition is an opportunity for school leavers to continue to play socially with mates or an opportunity to meet a group of locals that are able to fit a game and training around uni or an apprenticeship.

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