Gold Coast Rugby League

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Gold Coast Rugby League
Current season or competition::
2013 Gold Coast Rugby League season
Sport Rugby league
Instituted 1996
Number of teams 18
Country Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Premiers Burleigh Bears (2012)
Most titles Southport Tigers (4 titles)
Related competition Queensland Cup

The Gold Coast Rugby League (also known as the Kevin Bycroft Cup) is a rugby league football competition based on the Gold Coast, Queensland. It is under the administration of the Queensland Rugby League through the South East Queensland Division, which also administers the Brisbane and Ipswich competitions.

The GCRL consists of ten clubs,[1] competing in three senior leagues; A-Grade, Reserves and Colts (under-19s). The Gold Coast Junior Rugby League was formed in 1976 and consists of seventeen clubs,[2] competing in multiple age groups from under-7s to under-17s.

Representative team[edit]

The Gold Coast Vikings are the representative Gold Coast team. Vikings teams compete in the statewide Cyril Connell Cup and Mal Meninga Cup competitions.

The Gold Coast Rugby League has previously entered sides in the Queensland Cup and in the Winfield State League as the Vikings. They participated in the Queensland Cup in 1998 only and in the Winfield State League from the first season (1982) to the last season (1995). Gold Coast also made one appearance in the Amco Cup.


Premiership winners[edit]


The GCRL currently has 18 clubs, for senior and junior. All clubs are in the junior division but not all for the senior division.[3][4]

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