Welcome to the home of the Elizabeth Rugby Union Football Club. We are members of the South Australian Rugby Union and compete in Divisions 2 and 3. The club is located at Womma Park, Womma Road Elizabeth West, in the Northern suburbs of Adelaide.
We have an alliance with North Eastern Districts Rugby Union (NEDS) who field junior teams from Under 8's through to Under18's.
We are always interested in welcoming new players of all abilities at both junior and senior levels. Training is on Tuesday and Thursday evenings commencing 6.30pm. To contact someone from the club call 08 8255 7975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For regular updates, information and photos visit our Facebook page ERUFC Miss Fergie
Alliance with NEDS in 2014
In an exciting development for the Elizabeth Rughby Club we have formed an alliance with North Eastern Districts (NEDS). The plan involves NEDS focusing on recruiting and developing junior rugby while Elizabeth will concentrate on senior mens and womens rugby. We feel that by combining the resources of both clubs we can become a force in SA rugby in a relatively short space of time.
Both clubs will share the Womma Park facilities which are soon to be upgraded with the assistance of the City of Playford to include flood lighting at good enough standard for night games. They should be erected before daylighted savings ends.
Vale Roy Ainsworth
It is with sadness we acknowledge the passing of Roy Ainsworth.
Roy played for Elizabeth Rugby Club in the mid 1970's as a very handy backrow. After he retired from playing he assisted with junior teams as his son Mark joined the club. Mark went on to play more than 150 games of senior football for Elizabeth including a Grand Final where he won the game with a penaly goal after the siren.
Roy was also a member of the Elizabeth Rugby Club darts team.
Our thoughts are with Roy's family and friends.
SARU Hall of Fame
In September 2013 Paul Douglas was inducted into the South Australian Rugby Union Hall of Fame.
Paul is Elizabeth's 5th member of the Hall of Fame following in the footsteps of Howell Witt, Richard Badcock, Barry Hickman and Phil Badcock. Paul was recognised for his significant contribution to rugby in South Australia including:
- Playing 310 senior games
- Don Smith Medal winner in 1986 (Best & Fairest in South Australia)
- Coached 13 seasons of Junior & Senior Rugby
- Coaching South Australian Junior Rugby
- Life Member of Elizabeth Rugby Club
- Sponsoriship at State and club level