Bay Roskill Vikings

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Bay Roskill Vikings
Club information
Full name Bay Roskill Rugby League Inc
Colours Green / White / Black /red
Founded 1979
Current details
  • Blockhouse Bay Reserve
Coach Kelvin Wright
Competition Auckland Rugby League
Norton Cup 1972

The Bay Roskill Vikings are a rugby league football club based in Mount Roskill and Blockhouse Bay, New Zealand who compete in Auckland Rugby League's Sharman Cup competition. The club was established in 1979.


The club was formed in October 1979 when the Mt Roskill Red Devils and the Blockhouse Bay Cougars amalgamated.[1] Mount Roskill itself was a 1947 amalgamation of the Eden Roskill, Wesley, Mt Roskill clubs.

Mt Roskill won the Norton Cup in 1972.

Notable players[edit]

The following Bay Roskill Vikings players have made the New Zealand national rugby league team, nicknamed the Kiwis:

Coach Bob Bailey has also coached the Kiwis.[1]


  1. ^ a b Bay Roskill Rugby League Inc Archived 2011-07-20 at the Wayback Machine. Auckland Rugby League

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