Dolphins Muster the 2021 POD

The South West Dolphins POD is mustering up all interested players, coaches, Sports Trainers, LeagueSafe, Team Managers and anyone looking to being involved with 2021 Regional Representative Football.

The Dolphins is the Regional Representative pathway for the Serpentine Jarrahdale Serpents, Rockingham Sharks, Mandurah Storm, Dalyellup Rhinos & Albany Sea Dragons Clubs

This Saturday January 16th at the NRL WA Training & Education Centre, Thomas Oval Medina from 9.00am for EOI Staff & Volunteers, with all players required from 9.30 until 11.00am.

2021 Programs

Junior Representative Competitions,  Round 1 Feb 6th

(Players turning 15,16 or 17 in 2021)

  • Under 17 Girls Anneka Stephens Cup
  • Under 17 Boys John Moore Shield

(Players turning 17,18 or 19 in 2021)

  • Under 19 Female Danielle Parker Cup
  • Under 19 Male Cash Converters Cup Under 19 Male Cash Converters Cup

State Teams & Cash Converters West Coast Pirates under 19 Teams are selected from these competitions

  • Under 19 Girls along with the Senior Women’s team will compete at the NRL Women’s National Championships on the Gold Coast potentially in the last week of May (TBC)
  • Under 18 Boys will compete at the Combined Affiliated States Championships in Darwin possibly late July.
  • Under 19 Cash Converters West Coast Pirates,  tour detail TBC

Junior State League Championships, April 9th – 12th hosted by the Southern Pride

  • Under 12’s
  • Under 15 Girls
  • Under 15 Boys

State Teams are selected from these Championships.

  • Under 12’s will participate at the Schools Sports Australia National Exchange at Rockingham, WA August 1th – 6th (TBC)
  • Under 15 Boys will compete at the Australian Secondary Schoolboys Rugby League Championships at Redcliffe, QLD June 30th- July 9th (TBC)
  • Under 15 Girls Merit Team is selected

Pod Junior State League Championships Team Staff applications open soon with open trial dates confirmed soon after.




For more details please contact South West Dolphins Regional Coordinator Ru Davies via