Slacks Creek Rugby League Football Club (SCRLFC) is located at Rose Street, Daisy Hill and are known as the Slacks Creek Lions.
The club is currently home to 270 registered players in teams ranging from under six to open men and they also have some women’s teams.
The club has been a part of the Logan community for over 50 years and is affiliated with Wynnum Manly Seagulls Rugby League Club providing important junior development through Wynnum Bayside Broncos.
Slacks Creek Lions also have a development program for referees, and this is growing at the club each season.
In late 2020, a combined effort from Logan City Council ($1.1 million) and the Queensland State Government (Footy Facilities Fund $300,000), saw the club welcome a new $1.4 million clubhouse.
The fund was a joint initiative of the National Rugby League, Queensland Rugby League, and the State Government, designed to improve the quality, access and condition of community rugby league facilities across Queensland.
Slacks Creek Rugby League Football Club is firmly behind the Positive Environment Program set out by Queensland Rugby League. The fully aligned state-wide program empowers volunteers to proactively tackle behaviour issues and create a positive environment at community Rugby League games.
This isn’t just aimed at the players but is focused on everyone who attends the club and games. This program makes all members, parents, volunteers, and guests accountable for their actions with penalties ranging from game suspensions, monetary fines to bans.
The club has many sponsors who support them throughout the season with the club holding trivia nights and other events for fundraising.
The club is always welcoming to new players and referees as well as volunteers and if you or your child is looking for a Rugby League club, Slacks Creek may be your choice to tackle.