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Newport Rugby Club was established in 1963 and has participated in the NSW Suburban Rugby competition since that time. The Breakers’ five senior teams currently compete in the 2nd Division competition (Barraclough Cup).

Our home ground is located at Porter Reserve, Burke Street, Newport and we offer players and supporters the benefit of our own club house adjacent to the ground following home games.

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26th Sept 2015...
Forget the Brownlow Medal...

Gaz is the Barraclough Medal winner...
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Hugh Gaz Lamrock has confirmed his status as the best player in Barraclough Cup by being awarded the Barraclough Medal in a glittering Suburban Rugby presentation.
This was held on Friday night at The Establishment Hotel in George Street, Sydney.

During the season, points were awarded by the referees on a 3 2 1 basis.
Gaz was dominant and should have won it last year too.

He was denied the Medal last year on a technicality from a citing against St Ives which led to a red card which was defended with vigour by the Breakers legal team - led by AJ.

He joins other Breakers luminaries - Steve Lidbury in 1981 and our own Fiji legend Moape Ravuvu in 1999 and 2002 - as the only Newport winners of this prestigious award.

AJ remarked that Hugh is really a lovely young man and a credit to his wonderful parents.

1st Aug 2015 - The Manly Daily Shield is ours again...
Newport sock it to them
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2015 Year's results...
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Barraclough Cup :   3rd
Stockdale Cup:        4th
Robertson (Colts):  4th
Blunt Cup:               8th
Richardson Cup:     3rd

More results here:

Golf Day 2015

View the above at the:  Photo Gallery page.

2014 Joint Premiers!
From The Manly Daily...

BREAKERS AND BROTHERS TIE UNBELIEVABLE COMP DECIDER  THE Newport Breakers have capped their amazing rugby resurrection by finishing joint premiers in first grade after an extraordinary drawn subbies grand final with Brothers on Saturday at TG Millner Field.  It was a big change of fortune for the club who faced the prospect of relegation at the end of last season. The scores were locked at 6-6 at full-time on Saturday forcing the game into 20 minutes of extra time. And Newport had to do it with 14 men after backrower Tom Priddis was sent off at the start of the second half. Brothers went ahead 13-6 with a converted try before Newport winger William Dunn scored in the corner. Fullback Matt Hastie converted from the difficult kick to level the scores. “We treat it a win, we had one man off for an hour,” said Newport coach Adam Griffiths. “At the end of the game they were exhausted, some of the guys couldn’t move two feet.” The Breakers seconds lost 26-0 to Blue Mountains. The fourth-grade “dads army” had a heartbreaking 10-8 loss to University of NSW. They scored a try at the death but missed the conversion that would have levelled the scores.  “There are no regrets, at least we made the grand final,” said captain-coach Anthony Moore.


Saturday 13th September 2014 - From TG Millner, Eastwood.
Newport's Barraclough Cup side put on the most gutsy game we have ever witnessed to finish 13 all against Brothers after extra time.  Reduced to 14 men just after halftime, Newport were locked at 6 all by fulltime. During the first 10 minutes of extra time, the Brothers scored a forward's try and converted from in front of the posts.
That looked like it, but the Breakers went straight back at them with a flying winger's try by Willie Dunn and a difficult conversion by Matt Hastie - to equalise at 13 all.
In the final 10 minutes, the 14 valiant Breakers held out against the wind to become Joint Premiers.

Following a fantastic year to get there - the Stockdale Cup boys (2nds) were defeated 26-0 by Blue Mountains in their Grand Final.  

And our Richardson Cup (4th grade) guys went close but suffered a 10-8 defeat by UNSW.
They scored a try at the death but missed the conversion that would have equalised. 

But congratulations to ALL our teams for a REALLY GREAT YEAR.

1sts and 4ths were Minor Premiers! 

GRIFFO (Adam Griffiths)
Our victorious 1st grade coach...
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Neil Glassie (our No 8) holds up the Manly Daily Shield, after Newport 1st XV beat Forest 16-9. He's pointing out that he's a NEWPORT MAN! 
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Drinks are taken on Lindfield's Cricket Pitch.
Morvellous Tucket!  See our 
Photo Gallery for more pics.

Newport Colts v Blue Mtns

Our Colts got up 22- 20 in a really gutsy game.
It's great to see what they can do when there is 15 of them.

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We must have been a real turn-on for those mountain blokes.
Many more pictures can now be seen on our 
Photo Gallery page.

THIS WAS OUR HYBRID SQUAD...  March 15th 2014

Photo courtesy of Pittwater Online News

We enjoyed a great day at the Hawkesbury Valley and took out St Ives 40-10 in "The Plate" final.
An invitational side calling themselves "Deadwood" comprising mainly guys from Premier grade clubs took out the big prize - beating Hawkesbury Valley 40-0.
Forest were in it - but short of players and went home early. We seemed to be playing the best and loudest music.

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Training is always fun and takes place at Porter Reserve, Newport every Tuesday and Thursday night from 6.30pm.
On Thursday nights we frequently enjoy refreshments in our great Clubhouse, following the training. 
New players interested in attending can show up on the night or email to find out more. 

We all know that we have the best little club in the world, so spread the word.
Tell your mates that a great year of fun is on offer at Newport.
With a Hybrid game, a bus trip to the Blue Mountains and a calendar full of Social fun - it promises to be a fabulous year.
We need 4 grades plus colts and will be fined if we forfeit games - so get the word out NOW. 
If your mates aren't getting these newsletters they can do so by entering their email address into the subscription panel at the bottom left hand side of this page. Ditto for supporters.

Senior Player's fees are $200 but only $180 if you pay before the season starts.
Colts will be only $130 if they pay quickly.
Supporters (BBs) now pay $120 or $200 for a couple.

EFT  to …. BSB 082 116 ….  Account 637602084
Please include your name as a reference to the EFT.
Enclose a cheque and post to
Newport Rugby Club, PO  Box 197,  Newport NSW 2106

Colts defeated Oatley 36 to 13 to take out the Robertson Cup for 2013 at TG Millner, Eastwood.​

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NRC Colts Sep 2013
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Moape Ravuvu  1979 - 2012 
The Newport Breakers Rugby community continues in mourning as it struggles to come to terms with the passing of one of its favourite sons, Moape Ravuvu.
“Mo’’ as he was affectionately known collapsed at the end of Newport’s 2nd grade fixture against the St Ives Rugby Club on 26 May 2012. He sadly passed away and is survived by his loving wife Julie and their beautiful children aged 2, 5, and 12.

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Newport is a Good Sports Club 

Newport Rugby Club is proud to become a Level 3 Accredited Good Sports Club.

Newport Rugby Club is dedicated to providing healthier food choices for our players and supporters. Newport have the highest accreditation on the North Shore.



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