The best New South Wales Rugby League junior talent will converge on Western Sydney on Sunday 12 June, to compete for the title of State Champions across five age groups in the third annual Immortals Challenge.
The Immortals Challenge sees nominated teams from under-9s to under-14s divisions across NSW compete for trophies named after the best players in the game’s history. More than 2000 players are expected to participate in the competition across 11 fields at Whalan Reserve, The Kingsway and St Marys Leagues Stadium.
Staged by the NSWRL in partnership with the NRL and CRL, teams will compete in a round-robin format for Immortals Challenge trophies, with pool winners progressing to the semi-finals. Teams will compete for the Andrew Johns Trophy (under-9s), the Graeme Langlands Trophy (under-10s), the Clive Churchill Trophy (under-11s), the Bob Fulton Trophy (under-12s), the Reg Gasnier Trophy (under-13s) and the Johnny Raper Trophy (under-14s). Grand finals will take place at St Marys Leagues Stadium.
WHAT: Nominated teams from across NSW compete for Immortals trophies
WHEN: Sunday 12 June 2016
WHERE: Whalan Reserve, The Kingsway St Marys and St Marys Leagues Stadium
MORE INFO: NSWRL Community Football Unit
02 8978 4900