QRL Says Our Kids Can Play for Free; Fees Are Waived for Flood-Affected Families

The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia), February 18, 2011 | Go to article overview

QRL Says Our Kids Can Play for Free; Fees Are Waived for Flood-Affected Families


Byline: CHRIS GARRY chris.garry@qt.com.au

HUNDREDS of Ipswich children will be able to play rugby league for free this season.

The Queensland Rugby League and the NRL announced yesterday that they will waive the fees for the 2011 rugby league season for kids who were directly affected when the Bremer River broke its banks on January 12.

The move will likely mean kids from 12 of the junior clubs in the Ipswich region will play for free this season.

Brendan Bowers, president of the Ipswich Junior Rugby League, said he was ecstatic at the QRL's decision.

C[pounds sterling]This is a great move by the QRL and will really help rugby league get back on its feet this season,C[yen] he said.

C[pounds sterling]Most of the clubs will have juniors that can apply.

C[pounds sterling]Obviously the worst hit were Goodna, Karalee and Norths, but also Laidley and other clubs had many kids affected.C[yen]

C[pounds sterling]The QRL and the NRL have been great to Ipswich since the flood happened. …

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