Kick off for the club’s 70th year.
Another season of footy is about to kick off for the Alexandria Rovers in 2015. The club, formed in 1948, has one of the proudest and most successful histories within the South Sydney District.
On a wet and cold Saturday morning, eight little brave hearts dressed in cerise and blue took to the hallowed grounds of Redfern Oval, chasing premiership glory in the South Sydney Juniors Under 6 Division 1 competition.
As the NRL holds its annual Women in League Round to honour the contributions of women to the game, the Alexandria Rovers are leading the way. This year over a third of the coaching staff comprises women. One of our two Under 8 teams has an all-female coaching staff and at the time of writing is deeply entrenched in the top four.
Season 2013 was a great success both on and off the field, with registration numbers and memberships continuing to grow. Fifteen teams wore the famous cerise and blue…
ALEXANDRIA: On a glorious summer day in December, the players, sponsors, officials and supporters got together and celebrated another great season, in fine fashion, at the Alexandria Rovers’ Annual Presentation Day.
Two of the most identifiable sporting brands in the inner city have joined forces in 2013. Boxa, the home of world boxing champion Anthony “The Man” Mundine and the Alexandria Rovers Junior Rugby League Football Club have formed an exciting partnership.
To the true rugby league tragic, summer is the most boring time of the year – no footy, no pies, no yelling at the refs!
On a bright sunny Saturday morning in December, over 350 players, family and friends of the Alexandria Rovers Rugby League Football Club attended the club’s annual presentation day at Botany Pool to celebrate a great season in 2012.
REDFERN: On a beautiful Saturday morning in August the Alexandria Rovers Under 7s team took to the hallowed turf that is Redfern Oval, chasing their own little piece of rugby league glory. This team had been the standout team all year, having lost only one game all season on the way to the big one, but kids being kids, anything can and usually does happen.