Cabramatta Two Blues

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Cabramatta Two Blues RLFC
Club information
Full name Cabramatta Two Blues
Rugby League
Football Club
Nickname(s) Cabra
Colours      Sky blue
     Navy blue
Founded 1919
Current details
Competition Ron Massey Cup
Parramatta Rugby League

Cabramatta Two Blues, colloquially known as Cabra, is an Australian rugby league football club that was originally formed in 1919 and then later completely formed as the Two Blues in 1939. They have always based from the Parramatta Junior Leagues, and their junior teams compete in the Parramatta District Junior Rugby League Association. They currently compete in the NSWRL Jim Beam Cup along with 13 other sides. They play out of the Cabramatta, New South Wales, Sports Ground Complex which can fit up to 5,000 spectators.

The Two Blues have won numerous A-Grade Titles with their last Premiership received in 2002.


Cabramatta won their first Ron Massey Cup in the final against Mount Pritchard Mounties. [1]

Notable Juniors[edit]

Notable First Grade Players that have played at Cabramatta Two Blues include:

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