Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club
Local Clubs - North Sydney, NSW
Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club is one of Sydney's most historic rugby clubs competing in Sydney's Premier Shute Shield Competition.
Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club is a rugby union club in Sydney, Australia, that was formed in 1900 from the merger of the Pirates and Wallaroos clubs. The club competes in the Shute Shield competition run by the New South Wales Rugby Union. The club has produced 42 Wallaby representatives. The club's home ground is the historic North Sydney Oval on the North Shore of Sydney. The ground has been a venue for both codes of rugby and for cricket over more than a century.