Milperra Colts Junior Rugby League football Club is a proud and successful club, fostering Rugby League in the Canterbury Bankstown District Junior Rugby League Competition.
Our colours are Green, Black and White
Our mascot is the Colt, a young male horse. Horses are noted for their strength, speed and loyalty - all good characteristics to have in Rugby League.
Our clubhouse is located at Killara Reserve, Killara Avenue Panania 2213. We play in the Canterbury - Bankstown District Junior Rugby League Competition located in the South West of Sydney, New South Wales
From our humble beginnings in 1970 we have become are very dedicated and thriving club within the Canterbury - Bankstown District Rugby League.
Our aim is to develop, foster and encourage the great game of Rugby League at all levels and to have fun both on and off the field at the same time
We play our games on the weekends. On Saturday's the Under 5s through to the Under 14s play and on Sundays the Under 15s through to A Grade play.
Our teams train on Tuesday & Thursday nights at our home ground, Killara Reserve
Killara Reserve is regarded as one of the best fields in the district due to its lush, green playing surface and great drainage. We have two marked fields - one full size International field and one dedicated Mod Size field. There is also a Mini Field marked within the Mod Size field. We now have new lights that allow us to play night matches as well
Our club is a not-for-profit organisation where a committee, made up of dedicated volunteer staff, is elected each year and run the various aspects of the club e.g. canteen, newsletters, finance, etc. All money raised by the club goes back into supporting the kids and the operatiing of the club
We also have an enthusiastic group of coaches, managers and trainers who look after our teams.
Last but definately not least, we have our players who run out on the field each week wearing our jersey with pride.
President: Grant Bolling
Vice President: Barry Ward
Secretary: David Harrigan
Treasurer: Tracey Bombaci