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The Lane Cove Tigers are a family friendly club that provides an opportunity for boys and girls to play junior rugby league. Our focus is on getting children participating, learning new skills, working as a team, exercising and having fun!

The Lane Cove Tigers was founded in 1925 were known as the Tigers from 1956 until 1999. The club was re-formed in 2012 due to the significant interest in rugby league within the local schools, and is one of eight clubs that comprise the North Sydney Bears district rugby league football competition, which ultimately field a NSW Cup Team and is a feeder club for the South Sydney Rabbitohs. The club currently have teams from Under 6s to U11s with their home ground at Tantallon Oval. We’re committed to inclusiveness, excellence, courage and teamwork defining every step, these are our core Values. These values are displayed both on and off the field, including our recent work with Council and our other fellow resident Clubs of Tantallon Oval in achieving a much needed upgrade of the lighting infrastructure.

Our home ground Tantallon Oval is located on the corner of Epping Road and Tantallon Road. Children aged 4 and over can play rugby league.

Games are played on Saturdays in the North Sydney District Junior Rugby League Competition and Training is held on Tuesday afternoons at Tantallon Oval.

About Junior Rugby League: 

  • The modified rugby league games are fun for both boys and girls
  • Kids can start playing from 4 years of age
  • Kids do not require any advanced skills or experience to begin
  • Coaches are actively involved on the field up until Under-7s to provide a safe and supportive environment for kids to learn the game, truly participate in a team  and build their confidence
  • The NRL Safe Play Code is enforced by qualified referees and allows the kids to focus on developing their skills and having fun!
  • Kids are taught by coaches specifically qualified for the age-modified games
  • Junior Rugby League clubs are family-oriented groups run by local families and bound by the National Code of Conduct
  • Rugby League is a great sport to get kids active and meet new friends

Jerseys, shorts, socks and an NRL season pass are all included as part of our registration.

For any enquiries please contact lanecovetigers@gmail.com or call Matt on 0422 001 311. Further information is also available on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/lanecovetigers