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NSWRL and NRL join forces at Conference

NSWRL and NRL Community Football staff from across the state joined forces for the first time for a three-day conference in Bathurst to share ideas to further promote the game at a grassroots level and make Rugby League even stronger in the future.

The conference saw an array of programs and initiatives being shared including NRL Inspire, League stars, NSWRL Try League, Club health checks, Mental wellbeing, RESPECT and Yuluing traditional Indigenous games.

The list of speakers included, Ron “Rambo” Gibbs, True Blue Paul Langmack, who spoke about his Changing Rooms program and former Canberra Raiders captain Alan Tongue who shared with the group the three key aspects of the League Stars Inspire program, Respect, Health and Wellbeing and Inclusion and Diversity.

“We are really proud of our staff and what they have achieved this year and pleased that we have been able to come together to celebrate our successes and share ideas and future initiatives to develop community football across the state,” NSWRL Community Football Manager Peter Clarke said.

“It has been a great three-days and all staff have been appreciative of the experience that we have been able to provide to setup a platform for 2022."

The NSWRL will endeavour to provide more learning opportunities in the future following the success of the first conference.