- Tue, 18 JanGroyne Rockwall, Noosa Woods18 Jan, 6:00 pm – 26 Mar, 7:30 pmGroyne Rockwall, Noosa Woods , Noosa Heads Main Beach, Queensland, AustraliaSenior Men & Women's training starts from Tuesday January 18 at 6pm. Team location days as follows; Tuesday 6pm-Men (Div 1/2 & U/18's) at Noosa Main Beach (Groyne Rockwall) Tuesday 6pm-Women at Pirate Park, Tewantin Thursday 6pm-Men (Div 1, Div 2 & U/18's) & Women at Pirate Park Tewantin
- Sat, 29 JanSaw & Mill, Cooroy29 Jan, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pmSaw & Mill, Cooroy, 5 Opal St, Cooroy QLD 4563, AustraliaCome along to the Saw and Mill in Cooroy for the launch of the brand new social/fundraising club the “Greybeards”. Open to all players, ex players and supporters of the mighty Noosa Pirates. Limited Beer and wine provided.
- Sun, 28 Novhttps://profile.mysideline.com.au/register/
PLAY RUGBY LEAGUE WITH THE NOOSA PIRATES
Junior boys & girls. Senior men's and women's teams
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Junior Rugby League
We love our footy!
With teams ranging from U/6 through to U/16 and two great facilities in Tewantin and Cooroy, the Pirates setup also provides canteen and viewing facilities. Both complexes have two full size fields, with Tewantin boasting a bar and clubhouse facility (available for event hire), while Cooroy also has an additional mini / mod field.
Women's & Girls Teams
Our biggest & most exciting growth sector!
Pirates boast girl's teams in both the U/15 & U/17 age divisions while our Open Women's team competes in the Sunshine Coast comp.
Sport, Recreation, Training, Functions & Events
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A proud heritage!
The Noosa District Rugby League Football Club was founded in 1975 and based at the Cooroy Sports Complex, (now home to many Pirates junior teams) and became known as the Noosa Pirates.
In the early 1980's the Pirates continued their expansion in the region and in a major move toward its future, relocated their Senior teams to Pirate Park at Tewantin, giving the club a home base location in the heart of the Noosa Shire.
The Pirates have won a total six A Grade/Division 1 Premierships in '77, '97, '06, '07, '08 and '17, plus many lower grade & junior titles.
In September 2019, both the Junior and Senior clubs elected to merge and become one united entity, known as the Noosa District Rugby League Football Club with its headquarters at Tewantin.
QRL Return to Play Guidelines
Important information regarding Covid Guidelines
NRL National Code of Conduct
Simple rules for players, parents, coaches, referees, spectators and officials
Play by the Rules
NDRLFC Supports & Endorses 'Play by the Rules' Position on Bullying
Blue Card Services
QRL & QLD Government Working Together to Keep Kids Safe
NRL Member Protection Policy
Risk Management Process
NRL Safe Play
National Code of Conduct
Noosa District RLFC Inc.
Queensland Rugby League
Documents & Policies
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
The Noosa Pirates acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land (the Kabi Kabi / Gubbi Gubbi People) on which we operate, live and gather as employees, volunteers and players, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community.
We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
We have two great playing facilities covering the Noosa Shire, located at both Tewantin and at Cooroy.
Noosa District Sports Complex,
31 Butler Street, Tewantin QLD 4565
57 Mary River Road, Cooroy QLD 4565
0421 648 119