Rugby League is the sport for everyone. Whether you’re new to the game, want to play socially or hope to become an elite NRL star, you can find a version of the game that’s right for you.
Within our Marsden State High School community sit a number of wonderful junior rugby league clubs who can help you achieve your goals; Clubs whom also provide support, either directly or indirectly, to our ‘Rugby League Excellence Program’.
From sharing coaching PD opportunities and facilities to passing on School related info to club players and more, our league excellence program enjoys a terrific partnership with our local clubs.
Community rugby league clubs provide an opportunity for players to participate in competitions from a social to sub-elite level. These clubs also provide wonderful opportunities for young people – both boys and girls – and adults to maintain a healthy lifestyle, build teamwork skills and make new friends.
Junior Rugby League is the staple of most rugby league clubs in the MSHS community.
It provides boys and girls the opportunity to make friends, keep active and learn new skills in a supportive, team environment.
Played on smaller grounds, the rules for U6-U12’s are tailored to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all involved.
Women’s Rugby League is a great way for girls and women to make friends, keep active and learn new skills. It continues to grow at a rapid rate, meaning accessing a single gender team locally is easier than ever. The participation pathway provides opportunities to female players of all skill levels and aspirations, including exciting new talent development opportunities.
The future of Women’s Rugby League looks bright, so find your closest club via the drop-down links above.
Players of Seniors’ Rugby League, Open-age and NRL Masters enjoy heightened fitness, improved communication skills and a great sense of teamwork. With club footy being the backbone of many communities, it’s always a great time to play.