Clubs & Sub Clubs
Harbord Bowling Club Cricket Club
Harbord Bowling Club Cricket Club was first established in 1989 and consisted of just 2 senior teams. Today the club boasts teams in the Saturday afternoon competition from A1 grade to C2 grade as well as a well established Saturday Morning Junior Cricket Club.
For all your Cricketing needs
Contact: Brad Cameron - 0412 670 883
Harbord Fish Bowl
Established in 1998 by a small group of keen fishermen, the Club has grown over the years to be one of the biggest and best established Fishing Clubs on the peninsula. Monthly competitions are held on the last weekend of every month with the weigh in held at the Bowling Club on the Sunday afternoon at 3pm. Come along and meet the lads, your sure to get HOOKED.
Contact: Doug McLennan m: 0412 189 958
Harbord Seasiders Football Club
HSU was born on the 26th of October 2003 when Harbord Diggers’ Memorial Soccer Club merged with the Seasiders Soccer Club. Both clubs have a long and successful history on the northern beaches of Sydney.
In December 2005 the committee voted to change the name from HSU Soccer Club to HSU Football Club.
Contact: David Broughton m: 0422 459 917
Harbord United JRL Football Club
The Harbord United "Devils" JRL Football Club was founded in 1950 and boasts 17 teams in grades from the Under 6's to Under 16's. The club prides its self in the development of Junior Rugby League in the Manly Warringah area.
Contact: Paul Chipchase m: 0412-489874
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British Exiles Golf Club
Contact: Gerry Magee m:0408-248184
Curl Curl Longboarders
Contact: Mike Griggs - 0414 261 167
Harbord Frigid Frogs
The Frigid Frogs were established in 1963 and the rest they say is "history".
Contact: Robert Taylor 0402 142 325
Harbord Bowling Club 5 a side Hockey
Contact: Cathy Clarke - 0409 907 747
Manly Masters Swimming
Each and every one of the members, past and present, are the fibre of this club, and each personal swimming journey shared is very special. Swimming is a unique sport – we mix with men and women of all ages who share one common bond - following that black line to improve our swimming under the guidance of others who enable us to strive harder.
Contact: Ruth Fitzpatrick - 9938 2314
Warringah Softball Club is located on the Northern Beaches and is part of the Manly Warringah Softball Association.
Every Saturday from September to March, other than school holidays, the club has matches played on the diamonds at the corner of Abbott and Harbord Roads in Curl Curl.
Our club is one of the most proactive clubs in NSW and was recently voted NSW Softball Club of the Year. We are the largest and fastest growing club on the Northern Beaches and have approximately 330 players in 27 teams. Teams comprise players ranging in age from 6 year olds through to ladies in their 50s and 60s.
WSC Prides itself on an extremely strong junior representation, starting with Teeball players and covering all levels up to the top Division 1 team. The senior players cover all women from social players to top A-Reserve grade players.
Aside from any team training, the club works hard to help develop all players by running weekly pitch and catching clinics. These clinics have been invaluable, particularly to our juniors.
We are a family club and the most sociable softball club on the northern Beaches. Although a womens sport, many dads are very involved and help with anything from scoring, umpiring and BBQs. We are are social club and hold a number of social functions during the year.
Contact: Kim Trim 0474 697 180
Girls Boardrider Fraternity Northern Beaches
Girls Boardriders Fraternity are group of passionate surfers who just love surfing and sharing the stoke. Monthly meets will be held at the various northern beaches of Sydney. This is a group where you can meet friends, learn new things such as how to improve your performance, learn basic tandem surf moves or have the chance to compete with other like minded girls.
Contact: Celina O'Gorman
The Manly Bombers were founded in 2001. We are based on the lower Northern Beaches of Sydney with our home ground at Weldon Oval, North Curl Curl.
At the Manly Bombers, we don't just teach kids the unique craft of Aussie Rules football, they also learn courage, self-confidence, discipline and, most importantly, team spirit.
Contact: Tony Flynn 0400 851 298