West London Sharks

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West London Sharks RLFC is a rugby league team based in Chiswick, Hounslow, Middlesex. West London Sharks are now playing out of Chiswick RFU, Dukes Medow in Chiswick. They compete in the South Premier Division of the Rugby League Conference. The club runs an additional social side in the London League competition and a Womens team playing in the Womens South competition.


West London was one of the founding ten teams of the pilot Southern Conference League in 1997 competing in the Eastern Division. The team was the result of a merger between two established London ARL clubs, Brent-Ealing and the London Colonials.

The club became West London Sharks for the renamed Rugby League Conference in 1998 and the London Broncos briefly ran the club as their 'alliance' team. This time they played in the Southern Division. West London entered a second string in the London League in 2000.

In 2001-3, the Division was renamed London & South Division but was the South Division for 2004 when West London Sharks won it. Rugby union international Trevor Leota starred for West London that season.

In 2005, West London stepped up to the South Premier Division.

West London won the South Premier in 2008 and the 'A' team won the London League. The first team made it to the Harry Jepson grand final but lost to Nottingham Outlaws 8 - 28.


West London Sharks Youth run sides at under-13, under-14 and under-16 in the London Junior League. Boys under the age of 12 can play for cluster...
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