La Perouse United

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La Perouse United RLFC
Club information
Full nameLa Perouse United
Rugby League
Football Club
Nickname(s)La Pa
Colours  Black
  White
Founded1968;53 years ago (1968)
Current details
Ground(s)
Competition Sydney Combined Competition, South Sydney District Junior Rugby Football League
Records
Premierships2008

The La Perouse United are an Australian rugby league football team based in La Perouse, New South Wales a suburb of south-central Sydney they play in the South Sydney District Junior Rugby Football League.

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