HISTORY OF RORO GLORY
Roro Glory were established in 2009, based in the East of Currambine. Captained by Ronan Fitzgerald alongside fellow foundation player and vice-captain Jamie Duncan, the club began playing the sport ‘2-Goal Football’ against old rivals Fitzy FC. The Glory’s kit involved purple and white with an alternate kit of teal and yellow. In 2014, ‘The Bashes’ was established. The Bashes was a cricketing series involving the Glory and Greenwood side Fire Wild. Currently the standings lie even with both clubs winning 3 titles each. The club remained small, before late 2016 when West Currambine club Harper’s XI were established. The clubs instantly became rivals with the cricket series the Rebel Sport Test Series. The Glory have struggled for success in the RSTS, failing to win a series in 7 attempts. Despite not having the success as other clubs in the Rebel Sport Cricket Association, Roro Glory price themselves on being the oldest club in the RSCA and a respected organisation off the field. They have had some highlights on the field as well, winning one RSOD title and being apart of a Quad Series Final and recently a Quintuple Series Final.