Group 18 Rugby League

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This article is about the premierships and governing body of rugby league in the Tweed Region. For information about Group 18 Rugby League (1946-65) in the Mid North Coast, see Group 3 Rugby League.
Group 18 Rugby League
Sport Rugby league
Formerly known as Tweed District Rugby League (TDRL)
Gold Coast Group 18 Rugby League
Instituted 1914 (as TDRL)
Inaugural season 1914
Replaced by Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League
Number of teams

12

Country Australia
Most titles Tweed Heads Segulls/Cudgen Hornets (1st), Bilambil Jets (2nd), South Tweed (3rd)

Group 18 is the name of a rugby league competition on the far north coast of New South Wales, Australia. Currently, the group has no senior competition. Prior to 2005, there was a joint Gold Coast-Group 18 competition which fielded teams from both the Queensland and New South Wales sides of the border. With the Burleigh Bears joining the Queensland Cup in 1997 and the Tweed Heads Seagulls joining them in 2003, the combined competition started to lose some of its lustre. In 2005, it was dissolved with the remaining Queensland teams forming a dedicated Gold Coast competition and the NSW teams joining an expanded Group 1 competition, now named Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League. Both Group 1 and Group 18 run junior competitions.

The Junior Rugby League fields the following teams:

External links[edit]

  • Group 18 on Country Rugby League's official site