Who we are

Sharlston is an old mining village situated between the rugby strongholds of Wakefield, Castleford and Featherstone, West Yorkshire. Rugby has been played on the same piece of land for well over 100 years.
The ground was famously (or infamously) known for miles around as “Back o’t Wall”. Sharlston were founded around 1881, where results have been found, although no exact formation date can be found. In 2011 they acheived their life long ambition of winning the BARLA National Cup

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From M62 exit at Junction 31, keep right and follow signs for A655.  Keep left under motorway, follow dual carriageway over 2 roundabouts. At 3rd roundabout go straight ahead (B1634), then turn right at next set of traffic lights. The ground is in the middle of the village on left.
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Cup Final week.

Big week for the rovers, with plenty of final preparation going into this week.  The Rovers secured a strong win in the league against a

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New Kit Supplier

Sharlston Rovers are pleased to announce their new kit supplier Hummel. Hummel will supply the playing kit and the off field apparel. This was made

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