Remembering Port Hunter in the early 70s - by William Stibbard


Lynn OvalNewcastle Griffins have its origins in Tech College and Port Hunter. We recently asked one of our Port Hunter Rugby Club alumni William "Drabditz" Stibbard to share his memories from Port Hunter Rugby Club in the early 1970s....


Griffins seal major deal in the changing culture towards fitness

Adam Prowse GymSeason 2018 has enjoyed another boost towards fielding a more competitive team.


Details for the Dubbo Roos Sevens Tournament

We will be driving up in a car pool on 2nd March leaving from Hamilton Station Hotel. We will be camping out on Friday and Saturday night with a special thankyou again to the Green Family. Please bring a camping bag, sleeping bag etc. We have hired toilet and shower facilities and breakfast provided each day. Players just need to bring spending money and football gear for the trip.


2018 Coach

We are pleased to announce a new coach for 2018 in Kevin Armstrong. Kevin is an ex-Griffin himself and has a great knowledge and passion for the game. Kevin has already started creating a culture of belief, work ethic and positivity to the squad and we are looking forward to seeing the club continue to grow under his guidance. Kevin has already laid out a solid preseason training schedule under the mantra of "effort = results".


Register as a new or returning player in 2018

Its time to register for season 2018



Registration Days

The Griffins will be hosting one registration day this year with dates to be made available soon. The rego day will be an opportunity for new and returning players to sign up for the coming season as well an opportunity for new players to get a sense of what being a Griffin is all about.


Old Boys – Please Get in Touch!

Attention all Tech Port, Port Hunter, Tech College, Harbourside Veterans, Hunter River Mullets, Griffins life members and Old Boys.