Bankstown Bulls JRLFC Inc Constitution

A special resolution was carried by unanimous vote at the Club's Annual General Meeting on 29th October 2018 to adopt a new constitution for the Bankstown Bulls Junior Rugby League Football Club Incorporated. The copy of the constitution is available for members to download and will be registered with the Department of Fair Trading.more

Working With Children Check

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

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 the website and follow the links to the course of your requirements. All team officials must be compliant before they can fulfill their duties at the Bankstown Bulls JRLFC Inc. Please complete the necessary courses and accreditations in advance. Updated: 06/11/2017.more

Code of Conduct, SafePlay Code & Laws of the Game

National SafePlay Code, National Code of Conduct, Mini & Mod Laws of the Game, International Laws of the Game, Tough Love In League and Risk Management for Coaches & Officials.more

NRL Policies and Guidelines

NRL Policies and Guidelines covering NRL Member Protection Policy, NRL Privacy Policy, NRL On Field Policy, Return to Play Policy, Infectious Disease Policy, Electrical Storm Safety Guidelines, Sun Protection Policy, Heat Guidelines, NRL Welfare & Education, Risk Management for Coaches & Officials, National Registration Policy and NRL Pass Program. Updated: 06/11/2017.more

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 decision making process.more

Racism It Stops With Me Information

Racism takes many forms and can happen in many places. It includes prejudice, discrimination or hatred directed at someone because of their colour, ethnicity or national origin. People often associate racism with acts of abuse or harassment. However, it doesn’t need to involve violent or intimidating behaviour. Take racial name-calling and jokes. Updated: 06/11/2017.more

Play By The Rules

Play by the Rules was first developed by the South Australian Department for Sport and Recreation in 2001 as an interactive education and information website ( on discrimination, harassment and child protection in sport.more

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

Sports Trainer Resources

All the documents and resources you need as an NRL Sports Trainer can be downloaded by clicking on the attachments below.more

Head Injury Guidelines

If a player sustains an injury to the head and does not show signs or symptoms of a concussion immediately, it is advisable to give this form to the player’s parents, relative(s) or any other person who will be with this player for at least the next 24 hours.more

Rugby League Anti-Doping Policy

This is the Anti-Doping Policy (ADP) of the Australian Rugby League Commission Limited (ARLC), the National Rugby League Limited (NRL), the New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL), the Queensland Rugby League (QRL), the Country Rugby League (CRL) and our member and sub-member organisations and applies to the sport of rugby league as played in Australia and New Zealand.more

Smoking Bans at Sports Grounds

No smoking in spectator areas at public sports grounds. Section 6A of the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000 makes a number of outdoor public places smoke-free. 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

Junior League Downloads Page

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