NSWRL Ramps up Competitions and Community Coverage
It's a new-look NSWRL.com.au - and in 2018, we're revamping our coverage of our community football programs.
Following the launch of the NSWRL's all-new website and NRL Digital Network, an extra effort has been made to provide further exposure to every program administered by the NSWRL. From next season, every one of the NSWRL's community and football programs has a dedicated home.
For regular-season NSWRL competitions, NSWRL.com.au/competitions is the place to be. There, you'll find a landing page for all eight competitions:
- Intrust Super Premiership NSW
- Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership
- Ron Massey Cup
- Sydney Shield
- Jersey Flegg Cup
- SG Ball Cup
- Tarsha Gale Cup
- Harold Matthews Cup
On each page, you can easily access a description, key facts and the premiership records for each competition. The latest news and video relating to each competition can also be accessed on these pages, or at NSWRL.com.au/News.
Importantly, each of the NSWRL Junior League competitions will be better represented on the new NSWRL.com.au. NSWRL.com.au/JRL will display information about competitions, clubs involved and all relevant contact details - as well as any news relating to Junior League and specific clubs. Club and competition administrators are encouraged to send important news, feature ideas and announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org - we will aim to publish as much content as possible.
Information about all other community-related programs can also be found at the NSWRL's new Community Football mini site: NSWRL.com.au/Community. Once there, you can find information about all other key NSWRL community operations:
- Hogs for the Homeless
- Indigenous Programs
- NSWRL Donations and Support
- NSWRL Welfare and Education Blueprint
- Community and Affiliate Programs
The Community and Affiliate Programs page will also provide links to and information about all affiliates of the NSWRL: NSW Tertiary Students Rugby League, NSW Wheelchair Rugby League and Push and Power Rugby League, Try Time Junior Rugby League and the Country Rugby League. There is also a dedicated home for all of the NSWRL's innovative Recreational Rugby League programs, which includes M8s, W8s and Friday Night 9s.
All relevant documentation for Junior League and community football administration can be found at NSWRL.com.au/Documents, while there is a list of Junior League Licensed Suppliers at NSWRL.com.au/JRLSuppliers.