Our Vision & Values

Our strong passion for upholding our vision and values is what keeps our club growing year on year.


Integrity is central to the fabric of the game and is generated through honesty and fair play.


Rugby people have a passionate enthusiasm for the game. Rugby generates excitement, emotional attachment and a sense of belonging to the local and global rugby family.


Rugby provides a unifying spirit that leads to life-long friendships, camaraderie, teamwork and loyalty which transcends cultural, geographic, political and religious differences.


Discipline is an integral part of the game both on and off the field and is reflected through adherence to the laws, the regulations and rugby’s core values.


Respect for team-mates, opponents, match officials and those involved in the game is paramount.



Maitland Rugby Club has spacious playing and training fields. We have:
  • 3 full sized playing fields
  • 3 U7’s fields.

Additionally, we have parking for hundreds of vehicles. Come visit our fields at Marcellin Road in Lorn.

Not only do we have Central Hunter Sports Medicine sports injury specialist Mick ‘Punchy’ Sager with us at every training session and game (did someone say legend?), we also have a fully equipped medical room!
  • 2 x treatment tables
  • 2 x exercise bikes
  • 2 x treadmills
  • A rowing machine
  • Various rehab equipment including foam rollers, kettle bells, skipping ropes, power ropes, free weights and resistance bands

Additionally, we have parking for hundreds of vehicles. Come visit our fields at Marcellin Road in Lorn.

Cold therapy has the potential to immediately reduce swelling and flush the lactic acid out of your system (as it can build up while you exercise and play rugby like an absolute beast!) while also ensuring when you warm back up, plenty of oxygenated blood returns to your muscles.

The Canteen is open every Saturday during the junior and senior playing season. Catering to young and old, it serves a range of yummy hot and cold food, drinks, fruit, lollies, chips, and other snacks.

The Long Black Cafe is open from 7am to 12.30pm every Saturday during the junior playing season. Staffed by qualified baristas, the cafe proudly serves Ambrose Coffee, a local Maitland region coffee company.

Maitland Rugby Club has a parents room.