Victorian Women's and Girls Opportunities - 2018

In 2018 there are more opportunities for Victorian Women and Girls to participate in Rugby League than ever before, and following the announcement of the NRL’s plans for a Women’s competition next season, here is your chance to be a part of something special. Take a look below at the opportunities for Victorian Women and Girls in 2018.

REPRESENTATIVE

See the pathway image attached for the open Women’s, and how they can have their chance to be seen by NRL selectors ahead of the NRL women’s competition in 2018.

For the Girls, we have an U16’s Victorian Representative Side that will compete at the Women’s Combined Affiliated States championships over the Easter weekend.

For both the Women’s and Girls, the first step is to register at your local club, you can do so by clicking HERE.

Then attend the trials on Sunday 21st January at Casey Fields. To register for the Trials, click HERE.


VICTORIAN COMPETITIONS

NRL Victoria have expanded their participation opportunities for Women’s and Girls by creating more competitions to be played weekly during the Rugby League Season. These include:

Women’s First Grade
Open age tackle competition, players must have turned 17 years of age to participate.

Women’s Tag
Open age tag competition, players must have turned 17 to participate.

Girls U18’s
Tackle competition for players that fall within the U16 to U18 age groups.

Girls U15’s
Tackle competition for players that fall between the U13 to U15 age groups.

Girls Tag U17’s
Tag competition for players that fall between the U13 to U17 age groups

Girls Tag U14’s
Tag competition for players that fall between the U10 to U14 age groups

Girls Aged U6 – U12
Players can participate in the boys competitions, against the boys up until they in the U13’s age group




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