Field and Ball


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Singleton Rugby Club has a proud tradition of sportsmanship, teamwork and camaraderie and has progressed extensively since the Club first played Rugby in 1967 and now celebrates over 50 years of local Rugby as a result.

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Our Club is always looking for players that share our values and want to be part of an organisation devoted to Rugby, Community, and importantly the diversity within our teams.

The success of the Club is made possible by a wealth of local young talent in both players and coaching staff many of our players are locally employed in heavy industries meaning our Club is flexible with training and playing commitments. We have players from a diverse range of academic and career paths and players with various skill and fitness levels. Our club also has a large junior base catering for teams from under 7’s to under 17’s that compete in the NHJRU competition.

Whether you want to take your game to the next level or get out and have a run each week, we're looking for you!

Fill out the form below and one of our Coaches or Rugby Manager will make contact you to discuss training times and days.

The Singleton Rugby Club’s Rugby Scholarship was established to support young locally based Rugby players and is focused on assisting players in their desire to combine playing Rugby Union with our Club and to build their tertiary education skills as well as improve their leadership skills along the way.

Our local Club understands the challenges students face in pursuing both an academic and Rugby goal simultaneously.

The Singleton Rugby Club’s Rugby Scholarship program provides students with support to assist in balancing success in both areas and to nurture the Rugby Union and career ambitions of local players that wish to stay as a locally based player.

A successful awardee will spend their rugby season playing for the Singleton Rugby Club “Bulls” in the Newcastle Hunter Rugby Union competition for the duration of the Scholarship period.


Club Training Tuesdays from 6pm

Club Training Thursdays from 6pm

Game Day Saturdays at 3pm

Volunteer support always appreciated

Children Welcome at Junior Rugby


Steve Merrick - 2 - Test 1995


Josh Valentine - 6 Test - 2006-09




Traveling from Maitland or Newcastle, turn right at Mc Donald's Restaurant corner into Howe Street. Continue along all the way to the end of this street to the entry of the Rugby Club.

Traveling from Muswellbrook or Tamworth, cross the bridge (over the Hunter River), turn left after Mc Donald's Restaurant. Continue along all the way to the end of this street to the entry of the Rugby Club.


Singleton Rugby Club
73 Howe Street,

PO Box 87, Singleton

NSW 2330