Current programs near you

Please see below a list of Rugby Clubs in NSW running 'Come and Try Rugby' clinics. Click the corresponding Club link near you for more information and to register to the Club you'd like to 'TryRugby'.
NB: all registrations require an MyRugby ID for online registration.
If you do not have one, you can create one by following the prompts when registering.

ARMIDALE JUNIOR BLUES RUGBY CLUB

BALLINA JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

BLUE MOUNTAINS JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

BURRANEER JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

CAMDEN JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

DRUMMOYNE JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

FOREST JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

GOSFORD JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

HAWKESBURY VALLEY JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

LINDFIELD JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

ORANGE CITY JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

OURIMBAH JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

PENRITH RSL JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

RYDE JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS JUNIOR RUGBY

WESTS JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB

 

  

 
If you would like to FIND A RUGBY CLUB across NSW and Australia - click here!

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