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NSWRL steps in following collapse of Western Suburbs junior district
The NSW Rugby League has stepped in to ensure that all junior competitions will be held in the coming 2019 winter season following the Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League Ltd having gone into liquidation.
Advising that that all junior competitions will proceed, NSWRL Chief Executive David Trodden has has called a meeting for all junior rugby league clubs and life members from the area at Wests Leagues Club Campbelltown on the evening of Thursday 24th January.
Trodden advised “we want to assure all participants in the Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League that despite recent difficulties, junior competitions will proceed in the area in 2019.
“NSWRL is working in close consultation with other stakeholders including Wests Tigers, Wests Magpies and Wests Leagues Club Campbelltown to ensure that all of the players from Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League are looked after.
“The NSWRL recognises that the Macarthur region is a strategically important area for Rugby League and remains committed to the game in the area.”
Images courtesy of Western Suburbs Junior Rugby League/Facebook.
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24th September 2017 - NRL announces positive participation results
22nd August 2017 - NSWRL to launch new junior competition formats
22nd July 2017 - Wests Group to purchase struggling Newcastle Knights from the NRL
13th April 2017 - NRL renews efforts to promote women’s rugby league in NSW and Queensland
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17th August 2016 - Work begins on NSW Rugby League Centre of Excellence
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