Bankstown Bulls

Bankstown Bulls - Seeking Players

Bankstown Bulls are fielding junior teams in all age groups from 4 years of age to under 17 and A/Grade. It's not too late to join one of our teams and follow in the footsteps of Marcelo Montoya who played his junior league football at the Bulls. All sides need players in particular under 5, under 6, under 9, under 10, under 14 and super 15.more
Bass Hill Broncos

Bass Hill Broncos - Seeking Players

The Bass Hill Broncos are seeking players in the U6, U8 & U10 age groups for the 2018 Junior Rugby League season.more
East Hills Bulldogs

East Hills Bulldogs JRLFC - Seeking Players

If anyone out there are still looking for somewhere too play league this year down at East Hills Bulldogs we have a few spots still available in the following age groups: U6, U7, U8, U10, U13/14, U15, U16, U17, Open - Ladies, Opens - AGrade. Our 20s are very close too filling two sides.more

Welcome to the 2018 Season

Welcome to all players and officials for the 2018 Junior Rugby League Season. There are 14 clubs in the Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League (CBDJRL) covering the Canterbury, Bankstown, Strathfield, Auburn and Liverpool council areas. The youngest a player can play is aged 4.more
NSW Government

Rebates available for Junior League players

Junior League players are encouraged to take advantage of the NSW Government's Active Kids Rebate Program, with a $100 voucher provided for registration and participation costs.more
National Rugby League

Coach, Trainer & Referee Courses

If you want to become a coach, trainer or referee or need to update click on the links below or visit the website and follow the links to the course of your requirements. Please note that all district, club or match officials over the age of 18 must have completed the Working With Children Check (WWCC) and been successfully CLEARED.more
National Rugby League

NRL Member Protection Policy

The National Rugby League (NRL) has a policy of using world’s best practice in risk management to support and enhance activities in all areas of our organisation and to ensure that risk management is an integral part of our decisionmaking process.more
NSW Government

Working With Children Check

To be involved in all Rugby League competitions across Australia all officials and helpers must obtain a Working With Children Check (WWCC) clearance. A WWCC is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work which includes all Rugby League competitions and districts in Australia. It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of workplace misconduct. Updated 06/11/2017.more
Rugby League Football

An Ode to Footy Coaches

They Teach the game to kids of all ages Putting up with crying kids And their parents’ rages.more

Humble Beginnings - CBDJRL History

Summary of the formation of Rugby League in the Canterbury-Bankstown District.more
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