Lindfield Junior Rugby Club ... the perfect place for kids to have fun, make friends & create memories that last a lifetime.
HAVE FUN - MAKE FRIENDS
Boys & girls from U4 all the way through to U17. All welcome. Rugby is a game for all ages, shapes & sizes
Who We Are: Our Story - Since 1919
Lindfield Junior Rugby Club ... Learn about our players, our teams, our history, and our game. For 100 years, Lindfield has been an integral part of Rugby in Sydney. Our home is Tryon Oval, Lindfield.
Teams & Competitons
It's their Game
These are kids. This is a game. The coaches are volunteers. The referees are human. This is not the World Cup.
It's their game. Let them play!
Our teams play in the Gordon Junior District and the Sydney Junior Rugby Union competitons.
Every person in sport, in every role, has the right to paticpate in an enviorment that is fun, safe and healthy, and to be treated with respect, dignity and fairness.
Being a coach is one of the most rewarding roles you can take on. You become the heart and soul of a team who lean on you for guidance both on and off the field.
Become a Referee
Become a Volunteer
Is Rugby A Safe Sport?
My kid is little for their age, can they play rugby?
Have Fun & Make Friends
Sydney Junior Rugby Union
Gordon Junior Rugby
Gordon Junior Rugby Union Club (GJRU) is responsible for the development of Junior Rugby in the Gordon District of Sydney’s Northern Suburbs. Any player from the eight Gordon Village Clubs listed below is eligible to trial for a GJRU Rep team.
Sydney Junior Rugby Union (SJRU) is the governing body for all junior club rugby union in Sydney and is responsible for organising regular competition Rugby matches for over 60 Clubs and more than 12,000 players aged from Under 6 to Under 18.
NSW Rugby Union
As the oldest provincial rugby body in the southern hemisphere, the mission of the NSW Waratahs is to protect the unique values of our global game and ensure its growth and success in NSW, from the bush to the beach.
Rugby is a game for all shapes and sizes and that is one of the sport’s main strengths and attractions because the sum of a team’s parts is always greater than any one individual.
There is a place for everyone in rugby!
Rugby is a physical sport, but a sport that delivers significant social and health benefits. Player welfare is the number one priority for Junior Rugby.
Our governing Union, and our club, educate, aid & support players, coaches, match officials on the importance of sufficient preparation for training and playing in order for Rugby to be played and enjoyed while reducing the risk of serious injury.
All coaches and referees in Australia are required to be ‘Smart Rugby’ accredited before coaching or officiating rugby union at any level.
The Best Seat in the House! Nothing gets you closer to the action than being a Rugby referee.
Refereeing is an enjoyable, rewarding and challenging way to get involved or stay involved in our great global game
Rugby volunteers are the lifeblood of our community.
Volunteers are a vital part of running our a club and a vital key to our club’s success.
Be a Part of More
For 100 years, Lindfield has been an integral part of Rugby in Sydney. Lindfield is one of the largest clubs in Sydney, with Juniors and Seniors. The home to six Australian Wallaby players. The perfect place for kids to have fun, make friends & create memories that last a lifetime.
What do Kids learn from Rugby!
The core values of rugby enable participants immediately to understand the character of the game and what makes it distinctive as a sport which is played by people of all shapes and sizes.
Rugby games and training across Australia have been postponed until the start of May
COVID-19: UPDATE: I trust by now everyone is aware of the Community Rugby Statement issued by Rugy Australia on Monday 16/3/20 which postpones all comminuty rugby in Australia until the forst week of May. This announcement was supported by NSW Rugby and is also supported by Sydney Junior Rugby Union.
Lindfield Junior Rugby Club will cease all formal training, trials, gala days and games until further notice. This also applies to: Mini’s and Juniors, The Camp Out, Representative Trials, Gala Days and Trial Games. I hopeful we will back on the park in the first week of May, for round 3 or 4.
I encourage all the boys and girls to keep safe and healthy over the next month or so. Don’t forget to stay fit and keep your skills up. This means passing the rugby ball in the back yard, getting out for a run and or kicking a footy in the park if safe.
We will keep you updated with information that comes to hand. We will get teams back on the field as soon as it is safe and we are directed by SJRU and Rugby AU.
Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me or any of the committee. I sincerely hope you that you all stay safe, well and healthy in these trying times.
Sandy Basten, President LJRC