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The victorious Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues and Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Origin team have encouraged players to sign up for the Junior Rugby League season with registrations now open for 2020.

Jake Trbojevic, Nathan Cleary and Cody Walker, who played for the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues when they won back-to-back series in 2019; NSW Women’s Origin captain Kezie Apps and her teammates Millie Boyle, Maddie Studdon and Tiana Penitani; and Emerging Blues Victor Radley, Reuben Garrick and Kyle Flanagan, all shared the positive experiences they had from playing junior football.

“I played junior football with the Penrith Brothers and made memories to last a lifetime with my mates,” Cleary said.

“Make sure you get down to your local club and sign up for the Junior Rugby League season.” 

Apps, who grew up playing alongside Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues forward Dale Finucane, said: “I played junior football with the Bega Roosters, made plenty of friends and had an absolute ball.”

The NSWRL enjoyed another successful Junior Rugby League season in 2019 with more than 42,000 players signing up to eclipse the mark that had been set the previous season.

The NSWRL offers a wide range of competitions to accommodate all types of players including traditional formats, Monarch Blues Tag (non-tackle) and Try League for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.

Any players who are interested in signing up for the Junior Rugby League season can click here.

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