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GAME DAY | What You Need To Know

The Sydney Roosters Men and Women's teams will be competing in the 2020 Perth NRL Nines on February 14-15 at HBF Park.

With plenty of action over the two day tournament, here's everything you need to know about your Roosters in the NRL Nines!

RoostersTV | Nines Captain's Run

Friday 14 February: 4pm to 8:30pm
Saturday 15 February: 11am to 7:30pm

*All timings listed in AWST


Both the Roosters men and women will play a minimum of two matches throughout the tournament. 

In the men's, the best of the pools will advance to a Quarter Final, followed by a Semi Final to decide the Grand Finalists.

As per the NRLW season, the women will play three matches to decide which two teams go through to the Grand Final.

Panthers v Roosters (Friday, 4:30 pm)
Roosters v Warriors (Saturday, 11:35 am)

Warriors v Roosters (Friday, 4:05 pm)
Roosters v Broncos (Saturday, 10:20 am)
Dragons v Roosters (Saturday, 4:45 pm)



Men's pools

Pool 1: Panthers, Warriors, Roosters, Knights
Pool 2: Bulldogs, Dragons, Eels, Sharks
Pool 3: Raiders, Wests Tigers, Titans, Rabbitohs
Pool 4: Cowboys, Storm, Broncos, Sea Eagles

NRL Nines Rules

  • Nine players per side, nine minutes per half
  • Unlimited interchange
  • Five tackles per set, rather than six
  • Sin bins: three minutes rather than 10
  • Conversions are drop kicks, with a 25-second shot clock
  • 20/40 kicks introduced, as well as 40/20s
  • Five points, rather than four, awarded for a try scored in the Bonus Zone between the goal posts
  • Drawn matches decided by a golden try


Kirra Dibb
Quincy Dodd
Tallisha Harden
Courtney Hill
Talei Holmes
Caitlan Johnston
Bobbi Law
Nita Maynard
Corban McGregor ©
Brydie Parker
Shanice Parker
Ash Quinlan
Hannah Southwell
Kiana Takairangi
Simaima Taufa
Zahara Temara
Max Bailey
McKenzie Baker
Egan Butcher
Lindsay Collins
Nick Davis
Poasa Faamausili
Tom Freebairn
Drew Hutchison ©
Matthew Ikuvalu
Asu ‘AJ’ Kepaoa
Lachlan Lam
Freddy Lussick
Luca Moretti
Daniel Suluka-Fifita
Lupe Tivalu
Christian Tuipulotu
James Tuitahi
Sam Verrills

How to watch: Fox League (502 on Foxtel), Kayo Sports and NRL Live Pass.


While we're in town, we'll be holding a Coaching Clinic with the Men and Women's Nines squads, as well as an open training session at our Captain's Run at Ken Allen Field.

Sydney Roosters Coaching Clinic
When: 4:30 to 5:30pm
Where: Fremantle Roosters  - Ken Allen Field
Jeffery Street, Hilton
Age: 6-16 Years
Fun skills and drills
Meet and greet the Roosters Nines Squad [Men’s & Women’s]

PLUS: Local Coaches are invited to join Sydney Roosters Coaching staff
Matt King, Nathan Cayless and Kylie Hilder for a Q&A Coaches Forum
When: 5:00pm to 5:45pm
Where: Club Room (Fremantle Roosters Ken Allen Field)

Open Training Session
When: 2pm to 3pm
Where: Fremantle Roosters  - Ken Allen Field
Watch the Roosters squad run through their final preparations


Two-day passes start from $55 for club members and $60 for general public.

Friday tickets are from $20 for club members or $25 for general public, while Saturday tickets are from $35 for club members or $40 for general public.

Fans can also purchase into an Active Zone, a party area at the end of the stadium featuring a DJ, beach deck, merchandise and other benefits.