Devils looking good for season 2018

HARD WORK: Members of the Narooma Devils cool down after a hard day of training at Narooma Surf Beach. The club trains on Wednesdays and Fridays.
HARD WORK: Members of the Narooma Devils cool down after a hard day of training at Narooma Surf Beach. The club trains on Wednesdays and Fridays.

The Narooma Devils Rugby League Club have started training in a big way with excellent numbers at training last week.

More than thirty-five players from all grades were on hand for a couple of tough training sessions.

The ladies league tag side has been the best attended grade, with high numbers meaning the club is not in a position to accept more players at this time.

Training this week for seniors, under 18s, and ladies league tag will once again be at the surf beach, but will be moved to Wednesday and Friday at 6pm.

We need to see a few more blokes who are around but haven’t come down yet. Get the boots out and get firing!

The club will also host the Group 16 Indigenous v All-Stars game at Bill Smyth Oval on Saturday, March 10.

There will also be an under 18s nine-a-side tournament held on the same day, with teams coming from up and down the South Coast.

The club is encouraging all members of the public to come down and show support for this fantastic event.