Engadine Dragons

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Engadine Dragons Rugby League
Engadine Dragons logo.jpg
Club information
Full name Engadine Dragons
Junior Rugby League
Football Club Incorporated
Nickname(s) Dragons
Founded 1958
Current details
  • Anzac Oval (1)
President Greg Bird
Competition CSDRFL

The Engadine Dragons Junior Rugby League Football Club is a rugby league football club that was formed in 1958 and competes in the Cronulla-Sutherland District Rugby Football League. The club is based out of Engadine in the Sutherland Shire where its headquarters are located and usually draws on the large majority of its junior players from that suburb and neighbouring suburb, Woronora Heights.

The Engadine Dragons club currently field teams from Under 6 age groups all the way up to A Grade and is one of the most successful modern clubs in the CSDRFL/CSDJRFL producing several international players including Mat Rogers, Mark McGaw and Robbie Kearns.

Notable players[edit]

Professional club(s)
Paul Bell Cronulla / Wests / Perth / Melbourne / Leeds
Robbie Kearns Cronulla / Perth / Melbourne
Mark McGaw Cronulla / Penrith / Souths
Michael Porter Cronulla
Adam Ritson Cronulla / Parramatta
Mat Rogers Cronulla / Gold Coast
Mark Wakefield Cronulla / Salford
Colin Best Cronulla / St George / Canberra / and a stint in England
For a complete list see List of first grade CSDRFL Players

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