Sydney Roosters

Sydney RoostersAlthough they are one of two foundation clubs still present in the NRL today, the Sydney Roosters are the only side in the history of Australian Rugby League to play in every season since their inception in 1908 as Eastern Suburbs. The Roosters have won 13 premierships with their most recent being in 2013.

In 2014 the Roosters again reached the NRL finals, finishing the regular season in first place on points differential (both the Roosters and Sea Eagles finished the season on 36 points). The Roosters lost their opening elimination final to the Penrith Panthers 19-18, however progressed through the semi finals where they controversially defeated the Cowboys 31-30. The side was eventually knocked out of the 2014 finals series by eventual premiers the South Sydney Rabbitohs 32-20 in the preliminary finals.

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Sydney Roosters Articles

Roosters chief threatens ANZ move

by , 12 Feb 2016

Sydney Roosters chairman Nick Politis has warned he’ll move the NRL club to ANZ Stadium permanently if an $800 million plan to rebuild Allianz Stadium goes ahead.

“If I ever came back I’d go to Parra”: Hayne hoses down Roosters talk

“If I ever came back I’d go to Parra”: Hayne hoses down Roosters talk

by , 8 Feb 2016

Jarryd Hayne has brushed off speculation linking him to Sydney Roosters, saying Parramatta would be his preference if he ever pulls the plug on his NFL career dream.

Don’t believe NRL hype, yet: Mitchell

by , 8 Feb 2016

Sydney Roosters rookie sensation Latrell Mitchell had the rugby league world believing the hype after a breakout performance at the NRL Auckland Nines on the weekend.

Roosters lock up young gun Hastings

by , 7 Feb 2016

The Sydney Roosters have re-signed young playmaker Jackson Hastings as uncertainty swirls around halfback Mitchell Pearce’s NRL future.

Roosters set for most challenging season yet

Roosters set for most challenging season yet

by , 7 Feb 2016

If there’s one NRL club that has been rocked in the past 12 months, if not the past month alone, during this off-season, it’s the Sydney Roosters.

Wayne Pearce ‘pragmatic’ over son Mitchell

by , 6 Feb 2016

ARL commissioner Wayne Pearce says he hasn’t spoken to his son Mitchell since the Sydney Roosters’ star went into an overseas rehab clinic for alcohol addiction.

Mitchell Pearce: The fault lies not in footy stars, but in ourselves

Mitchell Pearce: The fault lies not in footy stars, but in ourselves

by , 3 Feb 2016

There hasn’t been a bigger storm in a schooner glass since Todd Carney tried to follow in the steps of the great yogis and reach enlightenment by drinking his own urine.

PRENTICE: Roosters need to take a long, hard look at themselves

PRENTICE: Roosters need to take a long, hard look at themselves

by , 3 Feb 2016

Is there a major discipline and recruitment problem at the Sydney Roosters, or is the club just unlucky?

When will the penny drop for Mitchell Pearce?

When will the penny drop for Mitchell Pearce?

by , 1 Feb 2016

As a long time Sydney Roosters supporter it pains me to see the Club in such turmoil due to the lewd indiscretions of its captain Mitchell Pearce.

Disgraced Pearce leaves for overseas rehab

by , 30 Jan 2016

Disgraced Sydney Roosters NRL star Mitchell Pearce has left Australia for rehabilitation overseas in a bid to overcome his alcohol problem.


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