Tooheys New Group 2 Rugby League are aiming to have a modified competition for 2020 starting in mid-July.
The proposed competition will comprise an eight-round format in which each team will play each other once with one bye each.
The revised season will then have a finals series featuring all
A huge day of rugby league is set for Geoff King Motors Oval on Saturday as the Coffs Harbour Comets prepare for the upcoming Group 2 season with trial matches against the Macksville Sea Eagles, while the North Coast Bulldogs take on the Northern Rivers Titans in a number of
The latest Tooheys New Group 2 Rugby League season is set to kick off on Sunday, April 19 as the draw for the 2020 season was released this week.
Last season’s runners-up the Coffs Harbour Comets travel to take on the Bellingen Valley/Dorrigo Magpies in Round 1, while preliminary finalists
The hard work of pre-season training will be put to the test as the Sawtell Panthers prepare to have their first hit out of the year this weekend.
The Panthers host the Armidale Rams in a pre-season match at Rex Hardaker Oval on Saturday afternoon, as the two clubs play off for
Women’s rugby league kicked off in Coffs Harbour with their own Friday night football, with the debut of the inaugural Group 2 Ladies 9’s Tackle competition.
The 9’s tackle competition kicked off on Friday night at Geoff King Motors Oval, after the opening two rounds were cancelled due to the
Local sporting history will be made this week as the women of Group 2 Rugby League get to play their first ever local rugby league tackle competition.
The inaugural Group 2 Rugby League Ladies 9’s Tackle competition gets underway on Friday night at Geoff King Motors Oval.
The competition will
The NRL women’s competition debuted in 2018 with the grand final of its second season to be decided this Sunday.
Now the female players of the region will have the chance to play in their own tackle competition when it debuts next month in Coffs Harbour.
The Group 2 Ladies
Coffs Harbour Comets and Sawtell Panthers sides have emerged triumphant during the Group 2 Junior Rugby League grand final day at Kempsey.
The Comets won both the under 15’s and under 14’s grand finals, while the Panthers won the under 12’s premiership decider.
The Comets and Panthers also finished narrow
One game for glory.
The region’s best junior rugby league teams play off for the ultimate prize during the Group 2 Junior Rugby League grand final day at Kempsey on Saturday.
Six grand finals will be decided during a huge day of premiership deciders at Verge Street Oval.
The Grafton Ghosts are the Tooheys New Group 2 Rugby League champions after a dominant grand final performance against the Coffs Harbour Comets.
The Ghosts won this year’s premiership in emphatic style with a 68-6 win against the Comets at Geoff King Motors Oval.
The Ghosts ambushed the Comets to