Following Round 6 of the NRL WA Smarter than Smoking Premiership the Rockingham Sharks and South Perth Lions remain undefeated.

It wasn’t until the second half that the Sharks kicked into gear at Franklin Offshore Sportsplex on Saturday.
A determined Bears outfit played well for 40min and went into the break narrowly behind 16-10. However the Sharks, lead by Captain Coach Ryan Wilson completely outclassed the Bears right from the sound of the second half whistle as they ran away with a 46-10 victory.

It was a very tight, tough tussle at Charles Riley Reserve, both North Beach and South Perth were locked up 0-0 at half time. However the 2014 premiers grabbed their opportunities in the second stanza and held on to win 16-6 over the Sea Eagles.

The final match of the weekend saw the Joondalup Giants register their first win of the season against the Kalamunda Bulldogs 48-20.

Next weekend sets up a blockbuster match between the unbeaten Lions and Sharks at George Burnett Park

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NRL Match - Open Training Bunnies

In just over a week, the NRL is returning to Perth and the Rabbitohs are pleased to announce an Open Training Session at McGillivray Oval, UWA Sports Park on Friday 5 June.

Rabbitohs Members and supporters will have the opportunity to witness the 2015 Rabbitohs NRL Squad in action with Head Coach Michael Maguire in their final run before Kick Off on Saturday against the New Zealand Warriors.


The session will run from 10.30am until 11:30am, with Members and supporters welcome to sit on the hill near field 1 and watch the team warm up for Saturday’s blockbuster.


We hope to see you at 3:30pm WST on Saturday 6 June when the mighty South Sydney Rabbitohs return to their western home for the Battle of the West  against the New Zealand Warriors at nib Stadium.


Have you got your tickets yet? Remember to pre purchase to save time and money!

How to purchase tickets:

Online: click here Phone: 136 100 In Person: click here

Western Australian and Premium Rabbitohs Members who wish to attend the game and are yet to redeem their complimentary ticket as part of their 2015 Membership must do so by 5pm WST Wednesday 3 June. Click here for more information on how to redeem your complimentary ticket and purchase additional tickets.


Nothing is more uplifting for the players than to run out to nib Stadium full of fans so be there to support your team – there’s no substitute for seeing the action live.


We look forward to seeing you soon!

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All Results from Round 5 – Seniors WOMEN IN LEAGUE ROUND

Women’s Leaguetag
Joondalup 19 bt Rockingham 0
South Perth 6 bt Fremantle 4
Kalamunda 8 bt South West 0

First Grade
North Beach 38 bt Willagee 20
Rockingham 32 bt Joondalup 22
South Perth 24 bt Fremantle 14

Reserve Grade
North Beach 66 bt Willagee 8
Rockingham 38 bt Joondalup 16
South Perth 60 bt Fremantle 4
Kalamunda 40 bt South West 16

Third Grade
Joondalup 20 bt Rockingham 10
South Perth 40 bt Fremantle 0
Kalamunda 20 bt South West 14

Under 18’s
Rockingham 66 bt Joondalup 12
South Perth 50 bt Fremantle 10

This Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th May is Round 5 of the NRLWA Smarter Than Smoking Premiership. Not only are there some great matches to be seen, it also has a very significant meaning as we recognise and acknowledge all the dedicated hard working WOMEN that are involved in our great game.

See below matches scheduled this weekend, get out and support Rugby League in WA and help us acknowledge and reward the great women in our game.

SENIORS – Saturday 16th May
Willagee Bears v North Beach – Webber Reserve
Joondalup Giants v Rockingham Sharks – Admiral Park
South Perth Lions v Fremantle Roosters – George Burnett Park
Kalamunda Bulldogs v South West Warriors – Pioneer Park

Juniors – Sunday 17th May
Fremantle Roosters v South Perth Lions – Ken Allen Field
Joondalup Giants v Rockingham Sharks – Admiral Park
North Beach Sea Eagles v Ellenbrook Rabbitohs – Charles Riley Reserve
Kalamunda Bulldogs v Mandurah Storm – Hartfield Park
Kwinana/Willagee v South West Warriors – Thomas Oval


All Senior and International Junior matches this weekend will be played with the 2015 NRLWA Smarter Than Smoking PINK footballs. If you would like to purchase one of these unique match balls (Sz 5) contact the WARL, they are $25 each with $5 from every ball sold going to the McGrath Foundation.

Enjoy the weekend and THANKS again to all the WOMEN involved in Rugby League in WA.

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Results from Round 4 of the Smarter Than Smoking Premiership for Seniors and Juniors.

Round 4 – Saturday 9th May

First Grade
North Beach 24 bt Joondalup 20
Fremantle 32 bt Willagee 14
Rockingham 58 bt Kalamunda 10

Reserve Grade
North Beach 26 bt Joondalup 12
Fremantle 64 bt Willagee 14
Rockingham 78 bt Kalamunda 12
South Perth 66 bt South West 6

Third Grade
North Beach 12 bt Joondalup 10
Rockingham 58 bt Kalamunda 4
South Perth 44 bt South West 10

Under 18’s
Joondalup 52 bt North Beach 10
Rockingham 76 bt Kalamunda 32

Women’s Leaguetag
Fremantle 10 bt Willagee 8
Rockingham 10 bt Kalamunda 4
South Perth 8 bt South West 0

Round 4 – Sunday 10th May

Under 16’s
Fremantle 74 bt South West 0
Rockingham 42 bt Kalamunda 16
Ellenbrook 52 bt Kwinana 16
South Perth 42 bt North Beach 10

Girls Leaguetag
South West 26 bt Fremantle 4
Joondalup 20 bt Mandurah 0
Kalamunda 22 bt Rockingham 12
Ellenbrook 38 bt Kwinana/Willagee 8
South Perth 36 bt North Beach 0

Under 14’s
Fremantle 54 bt South West 4
Mandurah 24 bt Joondalup 10
Kalamunda 52 bt Rockingham 12
Ellenbrook 34 bt Kwinana 8

Under 13’s
Joondalup 50 bt Mandurah 0
Rockingham 72 bt Kalamunda 0
Ellenbrook bt South Perth (fft)

Under 12’s
Fremantle 52 bt South West 0
Rockingham 28 bt Kalamunda 16
Ellenbrook 38 bt Kwinana 16

Under 11’s
Joondalup 42 bt Mandurah 16
Rockingham 40 bt Kalamunda 30
Fremantle 22 bt Ellenbrook 18
South Perth 44 bt North Beach 30

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