Crystal & Brady are being waterboys all this month, visiting different sporting teams and taking them some fruit for half time!
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Prizes- There is three bike packs to be won.
Cowboys Girls Clinic
Saturday 4th May
Congratulations to the winners of the Easter raffle.
To see a full list of the teams who have nominated for the 2019 Gorden Tallis Cup, please click on more.
Limited styles and colours available. So get in quick.
The Upper Ross Junior Rugby League plays in the Townsville and District Junior Rugby League Competition. The club was formed in 1981.
There are now over 1,000 clubs, associations and other Rugby League organisations part of LeagueNet, who each have access to their own web site courtesy of ARL Development. This gives an opportunity for clubs, big and small to promote themselves through the national system.
Let kids be Kids - stop poor sideline behaviour in junior sport
“Teamwork and Upper Ross Junior League Pride”
The Charles Moroney Park project page is now live on our webpage which includes the concept video and a link to the online feedback form:https://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/building-planning-and-projects/council-projects/charles-moroney-park-upgrade/_nocache
He's just a little Boy, and not a man yet.
I was recently asked what I thought was the number one problem with rugby league. My answer? Junior coaches.
It identifies the new social media aspect to the QRL Rules that now allows the game to bring sub-ordinates in for breaches of the QRL rules relating to the misuse of social media.
Please find attached some info from ASADA. They don't have a list that covers product names, just the ingredients / substances that are banned.
The players just need to check the ingredients on the bottle of their supplement and make sure there is nothing banned in it.
If they are in doubt - don't take it.
Clarification on the rule for U17 players playing up in U19's
Upper Ross Junior Rugby League INC
Safe Transport Policy
QRL has endorsed a policy recommendation from a national level regarding the use of compression garments by players and officials of all levels.
IF YOU missed the recent QRL Administration Conference or would like copies of any presentations from the weekend, simply visit the Downloads section of QRL.COM.AU.
ASADA invites anyone who might have information that might be relevant to its investigations into doping in sport to contact ASADA via the confidential Investigations phone line 1800 645 700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to put anything on our web site please contact:
Denis "Retread" Righetti: email@example.com
or phone 0407132986