Welcome to the official Alexandria Rovers Rugby League Football Club, website.
We play in the South Sydney District Junior Rugby Football League and New South Wales Rugby League Competitions.
We train and play at Erskineville Oval (our Home Ground), New South Wales Australia.
In light of some recent highlighted conduct issues in other junior league districts, the SSDJRFL will be proactive in ensuring that poor behaviour at junior league fixtures is dealt with appropriately. Whilst the recent NSWRL RESPECT ROUND was well received, a spike in poor conduct at our games has led to the following response from the Football Management Committee of the SSDJRFL Competition.
Any participant found to be in breach of the Code of Conduct at any game will be dealt with harshly including risking the team that they are involved with (whether it be as a supporter, parent, player or official) being suspended for a period or removed from the competition altogether. Teams removed will also forfeit their team grant and be obliged to return their jerseys, shorts and socks to their clubs. This includes all teams ranging from the Under 5's through to our open age competitions.
Please pass this message on and call out bad behaviour before your team or child misses games and requires an explanation from those causing the problem.
Alex Rovers are proud to announce Jayze Tuigamala and Braethan Bilich who, for the last three days, have trialled at Wollongong to make the NSW under 15’s were both selected in the NSW team.
A tremendous effort and everyone is so proud of these two players as we are sure everyone is throughout the South Sydney District.
Under 11’s Captain and Man of the Match
(2017 Grand Final) – Jayze Tuigamala
Under 15’s Man of the Match (2017 Grand Final) – Izayah
Alexandria Rovers feature on Channel 9's "The Footy Show" - Nissan Small Talk Brain Strain
The Big Marn from the Channel 9's The Footy Show visited the Rovers in April. Click on the link below to watch the full segment.
A big congrats to former Alexandria Rovers players Zane Musgrove and Vincent Leuluai who both made their NRL debuts against each other in the round 1 clash between Souths v Roosters.
In Round 1 they were joined by Trent Merrin, Kyle Turner, Adam Reynold and Cameron McInnes who all played first grade for their respective clubs and are all Alexandria Rovers junior players.
Playing sport and Rugby League offers children numerous health, physical, social and academic benefits. The PlayNRL program is based around fun and maximising participation.
Here are some ways participating in the PlayNRL program may benefit your child: The PlayNRL program assists children’s develop Fundamental Movement Skills by participating in games where they will run, pass, catch and kick. It will encourage students to begin thinking strategically about game concepts and develop problem solving skills.