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CBDJRL

U5 to U12 Season Start Date

Due to the wet weather, junior clubs in the Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League have decided to delay the start of the U5 to U12 season by one week. The competition will commence with Round 1 on Saturday 8th April.more
CBDJRL

The Game Explained - Under 5-7

New rules are in place for the Under 5, Under 6 and Under 7 age groups this year.more
Bankstown Bulls

Bankstown Bulls require players U5-U16 & A/Grade

Bankstown Bulls are looking for players starting from 4 years of age to under 16 and A/Grade. The Bulls will be fielding teams in every age group up to under 16 and two teams in open age. In under 14, under 15 and under 16 the Bulls will be fielding a division 1 side that will play on Saturday and a division 2 that will play on Sunday.more
CB Bulldogs

PlayNRL Rewards Offer: Half Price Bulldogs Membership

PlayNRL Rewards Offer: Half Price Bulldogs Membership.more
East Hills Bulldogs

Players Wanted for East Hills Bulldogs

Come play for the original Bulldogs in 2017. Players wanted in all age groups for the East Hills Bulldogs Rugby League Football Club.more
Greenacre Tigers

Greenacre looking for players & trials

Greenacre Tigers will be fielding sides from Under 5-Under 14, Under 17, 3rd Grade and Women's A/Grade for the 2017 season. Players are required for all sides in particular Under 14. The Tigers are looking for a club to trial against on the weekend 18/19 March.more
CBDJRL 2

2017 Age Ready Reckoner

To help with joining a new team for the 2017 season please follow the Age Ready Reckoner below to ensure you end up in the correct team. All players from 4 years of age to under 15 along will receive a free season pass from the NRL allowing players to attend one(1) NRL match every round subject to venue capacity. This year there are exciting new rule changes in the u5 to u7 competitions.more
CBDJRL 2

Junior Footy Safer and More Fun Than Ever

There has never been a better time for parents to sign their kids up to play junior rugby league with sweeping changes to the sport set to make weekend footy safer, more enjoyable and better for their development. Each age group from under-6s upwards will have its own set of rules with an eye to development, but the overarching function of the new format is for young kids to have fun.more
Bass Hill Broncos

Bass Hill Broncos - Show your support

Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League Club, the Bass Hill Broncos had their clubrooms and equipment destroyed in a fire on New Year’s Day. In addition to the significant structural damage, the club lost all their training and game day equipment.more
NSWRL

NSWRL Player Transfer Policy

Please be aware of a new Player Transfer Policy that has been implemented by the NSW Rugby League, which is applicable to all clubs. Clubs need to familiarise themselves with this policy before submitting transfer requests. Please also understand section 5 (c) of the Policy, which affects Division One Grand Final teams from the previous season. A ‘Frequently Asked Question’ document is attached.more
CBDJRL

Play Junior League in 2017

Parents and junior rugby league players will be part of a different league experience from 2017 onwards, with the code moving to ensure a more fun, friendly and free-flowing game for all to be a part of.more
CBDJRL

2016 CBDJRL & SCC Rules

As we head into Round 1 please take the time to have a look at the Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League local rules and the Sydney Combined Competition rules that are in place for the 2016 season.more
CB Referees

Become a Referee in 2016

Do you love your footy? Want to earn some cash and keep fit at the same time? If you answered yes and you're 14 years or older, become a rugby league referee. The Canterbury-Bankstown Referees Association (CBRA) are looking for new referees to take up the game in 2016 - another way to stay actively involved in the game.more
National Rugby League

PlayNRL Online Registration

The NRL has introduced an online registration process for all players, coaches, referees and volunteers to self register. Medibank Private media release shows Rugby League is a safer sport to play at Junior League level than AFL, Basketball, Netball, Running, Tennis, Cricket, Soccer and Aerobics.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 07/08/2015.more
National Rugby League

Upcoming Coaching, Training & Referee Courses

If you want to become a coach, trainer or referee in 2014 or need to update click on the below link on the PlayNRL.com website and follow the links to the course of your requirements.more
CB Referees

Online Refereeing Course

Refereeing is a fun, exciting, non-contact way to be involved with Rugby League. Not only do you get to see all the action from the best position on the field, but it's a great way to keep fit, and meet new and interesting people.more
National Rugby League

Online Coaching Course

Learn how to effectively coach your Rugby League team in a fun, safe and enjoyable environment. Both the MGC and IGC will help you develop an understanding of your role as a coach, provide you with ideas and strategies on how you can maximise your effectiveness in skill development by creating a fun, safe and positive training and playing environment.more
National Rugby League

Online LeagueSafe Trainers Course

The NRL Leaguesafe Course will now be delivered via online learning and no longer delivered face to face.more
NSW Government

Smoking Bans at Sports Grounds

From 7 January 2013, smoking is banned in spectator areas at public sports grounds and other recreational areas in NSW. However, smoking will only be banned when an organised sporting event is being held.more
Mouthguards

Mouthguards Types & Facts

The Australian Dental Association (ADA) strongly recommends wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard to ensure maximum protection. These are available from your dentist.more
Tough Love in League

Tough Love in League - Be Fair, Beware, Be Warned

NSW Junior Leagues has introduced the Tough Love in League (TLIL) Regulations. TLIL is - Automatic send off's for punching, Zero tolerance of fighting, Minimum suspensions for violence, Stamping out abuse of match officials. Click on 'more' to view the full policy and download the brouchure.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
CBDJRL

Humble Beginnings - CBDJRL History

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