The history of Rugby at North Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club

The surf club formed a rugby team in 1957 when they were refused to enter a rugby league team because we could only field one team.

Over the following seasons, the North Cronulla SLSC rugby team were Premiers Whiddon Cup 1958, Premiers Burke Cup 1959 and Runners Up Kentwell Cup 1960.

From this team Port Hacking was formed and then amalgamated with St George Rugby Club to form the present day Southern Districts Rugby Club.

Several decades later in 1984, the North Cronulla "Sea Lice" Surf Life Saving Club rugby team was formed and starting playing in the Radford Cup of the Sydney Sub-District Rugby Union Competition. For another 10 seasons the Sea Lice played in several differnet divisons and cups with great distinction.

In 2019, the Sea Lice have formed again and look forward to contining the tradition for another decade.

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