WJ Scott Park Field 1 – CLOSED
WJ Scott Park Field 2 – CLOSED
Griffith Uni – CLOSED
Clubhouse Hours this week.
Monday – CLOSED
Tuesday – CLOSED
Wednesday – CLOSED
Thursday – CLOSED
Friday – CLOSED
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1 April 2020
COMMUNITY RUGBY LEAGUE MEMO
RE: COVID-19 (Corona Virus)
TO: All Regions, Clubs and Leagues
FOR: URGENT DISTRIBUTION
This MEMO includes an update on information previously distributed specifically relating to the QRL
operational response to COVID-19 pandemic.
The QRL suspension of Community Rugby League games and training has been extended until 1 June
This decision was made in line with the latest Direction from QLD Chief Health Officer in accordance with
emergency powers arising from the declared public health emergency which applies to all residents of
Queensland up to 19 May 2020.
Directing that all people must stay in their homes except for:
• shopping for essentials – food and necessary supplies;
• medical or health care needs, including compassionate requirements;
• exercise with no more than one other person (unless from your household);
• providing care or assistance to an immediate family member;
• work and study if you can’t work or learn remotely.
This decision to extend the suspension to 1 June 2020 was also made in consultation with our QRL Chief
Medical Officer who advised that this measure builds on the above Directive by limiting community
transmission through our Rugby League Community.
It is important to know that the QRL is committed to resuming games and training as soon as it is safe
to do so but the safety of our participants and volunteers and their families is our priority at this time.
We are monitoring the Government’s advice closely and meeting regularly to review and communicate
to our stakeholders as often as possible. This review process may result in a reducing or extending the
period of suspension noted in this MEMO, based on the advice available at the time.
The QRL greatly appreciates the work of all volunteers during this uncertain and unprecedented time for
our communities. There have been constant changes for all of us over the last few weeks and we
acknowledge that this very fluid environment has an impact on us all in a myriad of ways.
We hope you have been able to adjust and navigate these challenges as they have manifested
themselves in all facets of our lives.
Regional General Manager
Queensland Rugby League
Our 2019 U6’s are being used by the NRL to promote Tag Rugby League across Australia.
Tag Rugby League is for all U6 and U7 (10 weeks) introduced through the PDF (Player Development Framework). More on the Player Development Framework can be found by clicking HERE.
All our under 7’s and their coaches are lucky enough to learn safe and correct tackling techniques, preparing them for the tackle version of the game.
A great opportunity to shift the focus from winning premierships to allow coaches the freedom to offer ALL players an enjoyable experience.
Here is a great opportunity for aspirational players aged 13 – 15 who are eager to learn.
Congratulations to the Easts Juniors boys who were selected in the Eastern Suburbs U16 Academy Squad playing for SEQ Selection.
Julian Drinnan, Antioch Faitala, Lance Fualema, Te Anu Graham-Papalii, Tonnu Lale, Zac Lamont, Lington Leli, Villiami Manu, Rodney McGuiness, Jackson Polai, Ryan Pratt, Jay Sahlqvist, Steven Sandow-Walsh, Teapo Stoltman, lvan Sua, Anthony Thompson, Brooklyn Timoko and Kristian Tornatore.
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