NSW Country Rugby

New South Wales Country Rugby Union is the largest Rugby province in the world.

Country Rugby encompasses over 80% of the regional and rural areas of New South Wales outside the Sydney metropolitan area.

Nine zones make up the Union comprising over one hundred and twenty clubs with a Senior, Junior and Women player base of almost 18,000.

Each year the Country Championships are conducted in the Senior, Colts, Womens and Age Divisions, with the Country Cockatoos, Cockatoo Colts, Country Corellas and the Junior Cockatoos participating in representative programs.

The various zone competitions kick off in April and culminate in final series during September.

For more information on NSW Country Rugby Union together with their affiliates and zones visit  their website.

Draws, Ladders and Results 

Latest News

The Australian U20’s have started their Oceania Rugby Junior Championship with a win after defeating Samoa 33 to 10 at Bond University on the Gold Coast. 

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Mathers appointed NSWRU President
Former Wallaby and Waratah Captain Mick Mathers has been appointed President of New South Wales Rugby Union, taking over from Tim Gavin who has stood down after three years in the role. Read full article...
Illawarra Break Drought in Wet
Illawarra has broken a ten year Country Championship drought by claiming the Caldwell Cup with a 24 – 14 victory over Newcastle Hunter in the final at Bowral. Read full article...