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"Altona Roosters is an established and relatively successfull rugby league club in the western suburbs of Melbourne.They are situated in Newport, Hobsons Bay, with members coming from Wyndham, Brimbank and other surrounding areas of Melbourne. They have both Juniors & Seniors.The Altona Roosters Rugby League Club offers the following:- Skilled, highly experienced and successful coaches- Low fees with a payment structure- Representative players incentive program- Safe and well maintained grounds- Strong and effective committee.The growth of the club has been staggering with player numbers sky rocketing and with the advert on more community programs the club expects this to continue.With a surge in numbers and the continued growth of the club the committee spent a significant amount of time looking at various options which would enable them to engage and communicate with their growing database of players, members, supporters and sponsors. After a lengthy process and assessing all of their options the club decided the best route to take to achieve this was to release their very first ever native mobile phone app for the iPhone!The release of the app is a fantastic step forward for the club in to the world of apps and they have no doubt the app will be a huge success!The app will be fully branded in the club colours and the content available in the app wil be about the Altona Roosters Rugby League Club.The type of information available to you when you download this app are as follows:- Latest News- Results- Images- Videos- Events- Facebook- Merchandise- Committee- Contacts- Teams- Ladders- Fixtures- Team news- Sponsors- Grounds- Memberships- Training and much much moreTo make sure you stay in touch with absolutely everything to do with the club, download the app now!Go Roosters!"