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Love the game of Rugby League and want to get closer to the action?

Then the NSWRL would like you to consider taking up a weekend casual role for its Major and Pathways Competitions in 2023.

That means candidates would be involved with Interchange and HIA protocols, or loading up scores on an iPad to the Match Centre in 11 competitions from Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup, Harold Matthews and SG Ball Cups, through to Ron Massey and The Knock-on Effect NSW Cups.

The NSWRL also needs casuals to work at Mojo Homes Cup games in the Illawarra, Denton Engineering Cup matches in the Newcastle-Central Coast areas, and regional games for the Under 18s Laurie Daley and Under 16s Andrew Johns Cups across the state.

Successful candidates would have to work weekends, have a good knowledge of Rugby League, and be technically-savvy.

NSWRL Head of Competitions Yvette Downey said expressions of interest (EOI) application forms were now available for those interested.

“We need people who have a reasonable standard fitness as those on Interchange duties need to move up and down the sideline,” she said.

“Those working the iPads need an understanding of how that technology works.

“It’s a really good opportunity for people to stay connected and involved in our great game.

“It’s also ideal for people to gain valuable experience within the sporting industry.”

To apply for either the Match Operations Official and/or Interchange/HIA Official for the 2023 season, complete the online EOI application.

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