Welcome to the Rockingham Sharks Rugby League Club

The Rockingham Coastal Sharks are a community-based rugby league club offering first class sports participation for juniors, seniors, girls and boys from 6 -16 in juniors and Under-18s to senior WA state competition.

The Sharks are a sporting community who love rugby league. As a rugby league club we strive to promote the club and the game to the southern Perth metro region with participation and sporting competition for all.

Training is back….

Senior Training: Tuesday & Thursday nights from 6.30pm

Mod & International Training (Under 11’s up): Tuesday & Thursday nights from 5.00pm – Commencing Tuesday 12th March

Under 17’s Training: Tuesday & Thursday nights from 5.30pm – Commencing Tuesday 12th March

Mini Training (Under 6’s – 10’s): Tuesday & Thursday nights from 5.00pm – Commencing Tuesday 26th

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In Store

Loyal 18 Membership 2019

From: $99.00 for 1 year

The Rockingham Sharks Loyal 18 Membership is a unique opportunity to support your club as a member with all the privileges an elite member would expect.

JUST $99 for the year, buys you an incredible range of benefits and helps keep the club at the ‘top of its’ game’.


Ordinary Membership 2019

$50.00 for 1 year

By becoming an Ordinary Member at the Rockingham Sharks RLC, you are not only supporting the club in its efforts to keep both our junior and senior players on the field but it provides you with the right to vote at the AGM and discounted merchandise.

Latest Posts

Great Scott – Hughes leads Sharks to comeback victory

Sean Scott led a second-half revival as the Rockingham Sharks staged a remarkable comeback to beat the Ellenbrook Rabbitohs 36-34 at Rockingham Mazda Arena on Saturday.

Four-try Smith fires up Sharks

The Sharks, who had been written off on Friday night’s League Talk radio show, won all four grades at Charlotte’s Vineyard

Battling Sharks go down to Lions

Round One loss – but plenty to be pleased about Rockingham Sharks opened their 2019 NRLWA Premiership campaign with 22-10 loss at South Perth, but showed plenty of potential to be challenging for honours come September. In a game full of errors and dropped ball, new coach Dave Tito acknowledged there was still plenty of…

Recent Photos – Courtesy of Nancye’s Rugby League Photo’s

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