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In Topic: Hong Kong Rugby League

Today, 12:59 AM

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We Need You! - HKRL Schools Competition and Clinics 

 

School Forum - 6:30pm 10 March 2015 - Australian International School

 

Having a vibrant schools competition in Hong Kong is incredibly important to us. It will be an essential part of Hong Kong Rugby League.

 

Fortunately we have had many expressions of interest from schools from around Hong Kong and we are keen to build this into a well supported schools program.

 

Drawing off the experience of Secretary Ray Meli who has a background in children's football development in the Hong Kong school system as well as other members of HKRL who are experienced teachers and coaches we hope to deliver a successful program. Our team also has qualifications in education and sport development.

 

Initially with the help of some very experienced coaches we plan to introduce children to two different forms of a non contact variety of league known as Touch Rugby and then move on to OzTag. These forms of the game help develop confidence and the basic skills required to play 9 and 13 a side Rugby League.

 

We invite interested parties to attend a special forum we are holding about Rugby League in Schools.

 

This will take place at the Australian International School on the 10th of March 2015 from 6:30pm.

 

We would like Principals, Heads of Sport, PE Teachers, school coaches, teachers, teaching assistants and parents to join us.

 

We also would love to see people who want to help us conduct the competition, so if you want to help out as a coach, referee or 1st aid officer you are most welcome.

 

HKRL understands that different schools will have different levels of experience and resources, to this end we want to offer as much assistance and support as we can to these schools.

 

If you would like to attend please ring Jason Fairleigh on 69091168 or Ray Meli onray@hongkongrugbyleague.com and 64449421.

 

If you are unable to attend, but would still like to be involved in this exciting project please do not hesitate to contact us.


In Topic: Hong Kong Rugby League

Today, 12:57 AM

We Need You! - HKRL Schools Competition and Clinics 

 

10960418_509496039190968_450085986520857

 

School Forum - 6:30pm 10 March 2015 - Australian International School

 

Having a vibrant schools competition in Hong Kong is incredibly important to us. It will be an essential part of Hong Kong Rugby League.

 

Fortunately we have had many expressions of interest from schools from around Hong Kong and we are keen to build this into a well supported schools program.

Drawing off the experience of Secretary Ray Meli who has a background in children's football development in the Hong Kong school system as well as other members of HKRL who are experienced teachers and coaches we hope to deliver a successful program. Our team also has qualifications in education and sport development.

 

Initially with the help of some very experienced coaches we plan to introduce children to two different forms of a non contact variety of league known as Touch Rugby and then move on to OzTag. These forms of the game help develop confidence and the basic skills required to play 9 and 13 a side Rugby League.

 

We invite interested parties to attend a special forum we are holding about Rugby League in Schools.

 

This will take place at the Australian International School on the 10th of March 2015 from 6:30pm.

 

We would like Principals, Heads of Sport, PE Teachers, school coaches, teachers, teaching assistants and parents to join us.

 

We also would love to see people who want to help us conduct the competition, so if you want to help out as a coach, referee or 1st aid officer you are most welcome.

 

HKRL understands that different schools will have different levels of experience and resources, to this end we want to offer as much assistance and support as we can to these schools.

 

If you would like to attend please ring Jason Fairleigh on 69091168 or Ray Meli on ray@hongkongrugbyleague.com and 64449421.

 

If you are unable to attend, but would still like to be involved in this exciting project please do not hesitate to contact us.

 


In Topic: Hong Kong Rugby League

28 February 2015 - 07:52 AM

Ray Meli popped into St Albans Centurions and met up with some of our committee members last night.

Great bloke and really enthusiastic about Hong Kong Rugby League.

 

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It's on our website - http://stalbanscenturions.weebly.com/

 

Wow thanks for sharing. I put it on the HKRL facebook page.

 

Thanks for the hospitality and support! We really want to have a reputation of getting around internationally, meeting people and organising. And of course playing.


In Topic: Rugby League at the Olympic Stadium London

26 February 2015 - 07:09 AM

Even though I can't attend. Im gonna buy a ticket and support.


In Topic: The NRL take control of the Gold Coast Titans.

25 February 2015 - 06:55 AM

Why the Titans have a big future

NRL.com 

Andrew Voss is back for 2015 with verdicts on the Titans' struggles, the World Club Series, South Sydney's chances of going back-to-back and more. Here are six big questions answered from the NRL pre-season.

1. Are ownership changes at the Titans the beginning of the end?

No.

Look; without question these are tough times for the Titans.

However the NRL has gone on the front foot by terminating the club's license and taking control.

They have decided a Gold Coast-based club is part of the long-term plan and for that to be rock solid, they have stepped in.

Interesting that this news should come on the same day the Australian Financial Review revealed the AFL had tipped in more than $38 million to the GWS Giants over the past two years.

The AFL granted the Gold Coast Suns in excess of $33 million over the same period.

That's serious coin!

Maybe the Titans' plight might not be so bleak as some fear, compared to where the Giants and Suns would be without the financial support of their sport's governing body.

 

 

 

Follow Andrew Voss on Twitter: @AndrewVossy

The views of this article are those of the author and may not be those of the NRL or NRL.com.