Latest Singleton Rugby Club News
Since the creation of the Club in 1967, the Singleton Rugby Club has forged a long and proud tradition of producing quality rugby players and premiership teams.
Having produced two Wallabies and another NSW Waratah in the past 20 years, the Singleton Rugby Club can safely claim to be NSW Country's best nursery for developing rugby talent.
The Singleton Rugby Club can also boast field and club facilities that are the envy of sporting clubs around the nation, available for use by Club Members and the public.
Singleton Rugby Club would like to acknowledge the Wonnarua people who are the traditional custodians of the land our Club is on. Our Club would also like to pay respect to Elders both past and present of the Wonnarua nation and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.
SINGLETON RUGBY CLUB IS NOW OPEN FOR TRADING
To All SRC Members,
As we continue to navigate our way through the many challenges presented to all by COVID-19 the Board of Directors hope you and your families are safe and well.
Singleton Rugby Club is open for trading, with the Club following the requirements of social distancing to ensure the continued safety of our staff, patrons and guests. Our Club will continue working to ensure our playing groups, both junior and senior, are safe and their continued well-being is of the utmost importance.
The Newcastle Hunter Rugby Union has advised that the Premier Men’s Rugby competition in 2022 will commence on Saturday 23rd April. The Club is undergoing a number of major improvements including our new Grandstand, Club House Amenities Upgrade and other improvements in 2022.
Again, the Singleton Rugby Club Board of Directors would like to thank all its valued Sponsors, Supporters and Members for their continued support of our great Club and our game through these troubled times.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact myself or one of the Board Members.
“Go the Bulls”
President - Singleton Rugby Club