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  • Indigenous Players Camp 2017

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    Adam Elliott has joined more than 25 past and present Indigenous rugby league players, including members of this year's men's Indigenous All Stars team, have come together for a two-day camp.

  • NRL Stars Drive Respect at Schools

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    James Graham, Josh Jackson, Nathan Cleary and Tim Browne have visited schools in Bankstown and Penrith to promote respect in the community.

  • Indigenous Youth Meet the All Stars

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    The World and Indigenous All Stars have joined the NRL's Indigenous Youth Summit to learn about team work and Indigenous culture.

  • Bulldogs visit Pakuranga JRL Club

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    The Bulldogs spent their first night in Auckland at Pakuranga JRL Club for a training session, autographs and photos to kick off their 2017 Auckland Nines campaign.

  • Morris Spreads #NRLRespect in Northern NSW

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    Brett Morris along with five other NRL stars ventured out into the northern NSW coastal town of Kingscliff this week as part of a three day NRL community Carnival.

  • NRL Clubs hit the road for Community Carnival visits

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    NRL Clubs will embark on a month-long series of NRL Community Carnival visits throughout Australia and New Zealand in February, meeting with fans in more than 80 communities and educating students on respect and diversity.

  • NYC Players Complete First Aid Course

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    Last Monday, 12 players from the NYC squad attained their First Aid Certificate and completed another module towards their Certificate 3 in Career Orientated Participation in Sport (COPS).

  • BASS HILL BRONCOS – Show your support

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    Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League Club, the Bass Hill Broncos had their clubrooms and equipment destroyed in a fire on New Year’s Day.

  • Junior Footy Safer and More Fun Than Ever

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    There has never been a better time for parents to sign their kids up to play junior rugby league with sweeping changes to the sport set to make weekend footy safer, more enjoyable and better for their development.

  • New Junior Rules also a Boon for Women's Game

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    A revamped junior game – aimed at getting five- and six-year olds more involved at the grassroots level – will have a particular benefit for the women's game at a time when improved women's pathways means female players no longer need to be lost to the game once they turn 12.