News

Crimsafe

Australian Police Rugby League Team 2017 defeats FIJI Police in SUVA.

October 15, 2017

The 2017 Australian Police Rugby League team defeated the FIJIAN Police team in Suva by 12 points to 10. The Australian Police Rugby league Team (APRL) went into camp at Coogee to prepare for the challenging campaing of travelling to FIJI to play the FIJI Police team on their home soil. The last time the…

Australian Police to play FIJI Police

August 22, 2017

The Australian Police team will lock horns with the tough FIJIAN Police team in Suva on 14 October 2017 as a curtain raiser to Tri Series between the Kangaroos, FIJI and the Kumuls as a prelude to the 2017 World Cup. The Australian Police team are the current Police Rugby League World Cup holders after…

Parramatta Premiers NSW Police Bank Cup 2017

June 16, 2017

The Parramatta Police team showed a ton of spirit to overcome a committed Illawarra Police team to take out the 2017 Police Bank Cup by 16 points to 6, on a damp heavy track at New Era Stadium Cabramatta. Coached by ex NRL coach Steve Ghosh, and led by Parramatta’s man of the match Rhys…

Police Bank Cup 2017 Grand Final information.

June 2, 2017

SW Police Rugby League Police Bank Cup Grand Final night. Friday 9th June, 2017 New Era Stadium, Cabramatta 5pm – NSW Corrective Services v NSW Fire Brigade 6.30pm – Southern Steelers PRLFC v Parramatta Eels PRLFC Should be a fantastic night of Rugby League. Everyone welcome! Free entry.

Police Bank Cup – Semi-Final Results 2017

June 2, 2017

This years semi-finals were held at Cabramatta Stadium.  One minutes silence preceded the games as a mark of respect to our fallen Queensland Police brother Brett Forte.  The NSWPRL raised $2500 to donate to Brett’s family. Last years premiers Manly were defeated by Parramatta to the tune of 42 points to 6. The new boys…

Police Bank Cup – Semi Finals 31 May 2017

May 28, 2017

The Police Bank Cup Semi finals kick off next next Wednesday 31st May, 2017 at New Era Stadium, Cabramatta. Witness two great games of Police Rugby League 3pm – Parramatta v Manly 4.15pm – Southern v Eastern Suburbs

Police Bank Cup – Round 5

May 28, 2017

Two Police rugby league stalwarts, Rod Sheraton and Glenn Colless, made comebacks in Round 5 of the Police Bank Cup, played in Wollongong.  Life member Alex Ramsay said, “Fantastic effort and Rod and Glen’s efforts epitomise the spirit of Police Rugby League, I might even pull the boots on next time Easts play Manly, but…

Australian Police Rugby League Team 2017

May 16, 2017

Congratulations to the following players selected in the APRL team from the 2017 Tri-Series and congratulations to player of the series Jake Carl who had an outstanding carnival. 1. Jake Carl (QLD) 2. Salesi Taumalolo (AST) 3. Sean Jenkins (NSW) 4. Hayden Lea (QLD) 5. Adam Luchetti (AST) 6. Brendan Williams (AST) 7. Alan Heldsinger…

NSW Police Victorious 2017

May 15, 2017

The NSW Police Rugby League team commenced their Tri-series campaign, flying to Townsville on Wednesday 10 May 2017 and booking into their flash digs, just near the Cowboys leagues club. After several slick training runs, the team led by now veteran plays, Dave Cox and Mitch West were ready to tackle their Queensland counterparts on…

NSW Police Rugby League Team 2017 named

April 7, 2017

Congratulations to both the City and Country teams for another great game. Out of this a 22-man squad to take on Queensland and the Affiliated States in Townsville was selected. All the best men…. Anton Sahyoun Simon Gairns Alex Sahyoun Daniel Drewe James Dine David Cox Brayden Sharrock Danny Lawrence Rhys Miller Nathan Clarke Corey…

NSW City Police Team 2017

April 7, 2017

The NSW Police City and Country clash was held at the picturesque Scully Park in the ‘country music capital’ Tamworth. Country captain coach Braydon Sharrock originally suggested the boys have a real country feel and to wear RM Williams boots during the match.  However, as the match was played at 6pm Wednesday 5 April 2017,…

NSW Country Police Team 2017

April 7, 2017

NSW Country Police team put up a gallant display against a slick city team.  Braydon Sharrock coached the boys from the bush. NSW ran out winners 46 points to 18 after leading 18 nil at half-time.

Police Rugby Leasing