New South Wales Annual Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout

Rugby league knockout competition of over 60 teams competing over four days that began at Camdenville Oval in St Peters in 1971. Better known as the Koori Knockout it is now played at different locations around the state with the winning team has hosting the following year's competition.

Date of event
1971 -
Koori Knockout
The Knockout

Aboriginal Rugby League in Sydney


Aboriginal people have followed and played Rugby League since the beginnings of the code in the early twentieth century. Rugby clubs and competitions have provided Aboriginal communities in Sydney with connections based on country, kinship and competition, as well as allowing the skills of Aboriginal players to shine.