The inaugural Wide Bay Primary Schools Girls 9-a-side Rugby League Carnival was recently held at Stafford Park, Hervey Bay over 2 days. Following trials in their respective Zones (over 200 girls in total trialled), 11 representative teams were selected to participate. All teams trained over a 4 week period with coaches concentrating on tackle technique and basic game awareness.
The opportunity to participate in the inaugural Broncos Schoolgirls Challenge has attracted over 4...
Check out the team pictures featured in this story. Congratulations to all teams and in particular, 2011 Champions of the Yvonne O'Neill Plate - Highlanders.
Congratulations to all involved in the 2011 Ipswich Girls Summit available to junior female participants. ARL Development look to host many more similar events across the country. Thank you to Jillaroos Tegan Rolfe and Ali Brigginshaw who were special guests. Check out the video: http://vimeo.com/30120451
The Australian Womens Rugby League team, the Jillaroos have featured in media across the nation.
Have a read of the article featuring Fetu Samoa from the Samoan Oserver, September 1st.
Queensland will again feature prominently in another national Rugby League side in 2011, after 13 players were named from north of the Tweed in the Australian Jillaroos side to tour Samoa.
Skilled Park was the stage set for the inaugural Womens Indigenous v All Stars game on Saturday Februyary 12th. The teams certainly did not disapoint and provided a great display of skill and talent in a very competitive contest.
Womens Rugby League will be showcasing their best talent at next years Indigenous All Stars Vs. NRL All Stars game