About Our Club

Founded in 1947, the Como Jannali Junior Rugby League Football Club has a rich history and is proudly supported by its loyal community.

The first mention of a Como-Jannali Rugby League Club was in late 1946, when four players from Como were playing with Oatley A-Grade.

One Saturday, these four players were having a training run at Como flat, when several players of about C-Grade age asked them to form a club at Como.

Early in 1947, they were informed that a meeting would be held at the Como School of Arts to consider forming a club. From these humble beginnings, the seeds were sown that would help form the great club that is today

Our Como Crocs brand new state-of-the-art clubhouse and home ground is located at the picturesque Scylla Bay Oval at Como, opposite the Historic Como Hotel.

We are well known as a “family” club with a long and proud history.

If you are thinking about playing footy, or you are a parent looking for a club for your child to play with, come to Como.

Qualified coaching staff and trainers ensure that not only does your child develop their rugby league skills in a safe and friendly environment, but they have a great time as well.

The Crocs were awarded Junior Club Champions for 2013 and again in 2014 in the Cronulla Sutherland District Competition, the second and third time since its inception. This is an award that everyone in the club is extremely proud of.

We have also been voted “Club of the Year” three times with teams represented across most grades from U6’s to A Grade.

We have had enviable success over the years and have been the breeding ground for many players in the local representative teams, NRL and the international arena.

Past First Grade players include Nathan Green, Rod Coates, Rhys Lovegrove, Mark Lennon (International), Sam Isemonger and Rowland Beckett.

We are now commonly known as the “Como Crocs”.