Cory McGrady has been named the 2018 Valleys Player of the Year after a remarkable season of exceptional footy. Cory is in his first year with the Toowoomba roosters but quickly established himself as the leader on the field. Cory will once again don the Red and Black stripes in season 2019.
The 2018 season will see the formation of the newest team to the Valleys Club. The Toowoomba Valleys Fillies will be entered into the Brisbane Rugby League competition and play all home games at Valleys Herb Steinohrt Oval.
For the TRL Under 18 Premiers for 2017. Congratulations to the all conquering Valleys Under 18 team who have taken out the TRL 2017 Premiership. This is the Team’s 3rd premiership in a row and is a credit to hard working coaches Matt Schulze and Scott Brunner.
The 2017 Club Captain was recently announced as being Jake Capewell. Jake is photographed with former NRL players Brett Seymour and Scott Hill. Jake has been a senior member of our club for sometime and will assist in a coaching role as well. Well done Jake.
Former National Rugby League star and now Toowoomba Valleys Rooster Brett Seymour is this week confirmed as the Club’s new Head Coach for 2017. In a massive coup for the club, Seymour will take over the reins from Wayne Barnett who has taken up a role with Qcup side the Mackay Cutters. As we congratulate
After a hard fought victory against a determined Warwick team in incredibly wet conditions, the Valleys Under 18’s side are once again TRL Premiers. The 20 to 12 win was a great gutsy effort with exceptional defense. Unfortunately, our Reserve Grade team could not replicate last year’s victory and were beaten by Gatton 16 to
This Sunday both our Under 18’s and Reserve Grade teams will be attempting to win back to back premierships in the TRL competition. Both sides had great victories last season and have again been playing exceptional footy this year. Good luck to everyone involved at the Club. First game kicks off at 11.00am at Clive
The Valleys Roosters Reserve Grade side had a close 20 to 14 victory over town rivals Souths last Saturday night. We now have the daunting task of trying to beat heavyweight Pittsworth to gain entry into this year’s Grand Final. There is no doubt that this will be difficult, but our guys are fit, well
In a tough fought encounter where we found ourselves down 12 nil after 15 minutes, the Valleys Roosters Under 18 side found out how well they can dig themselves out of trouble. The match brought out the best in most of our boys and the final 36 to 16 scoreline was testament to their hard
“On our 2016 Charity day a big day of Rugby League was had at Herb Steinohrt Oval last Sunday. What made it an even better day was that we managed three wins from three games in our fixture matches against Highfields and more importantly our first grade side continued its winning form. The reception from
-MATCH REPORTS – VALLEYS A GRADE. Our boys really put up a great effort against the odds this week playing Pittsworth who sit 2nd on the table. With injuries, suspensions, players unavailable even with a late pull out or two from key positions, the lads on the field put this all behind them and probably