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All Abilities

The NRL is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and promotes respectful behaviour and positive values. 

Our mission is to bring all people together and enrich their lives. Committing to a culture of inclusion that provides opportunities, and a welcoming and respectful environment for everyone irrespective of their race, ethnicity, religion, colour, sexual orientation, gender, abilities or age.  

Please download our All Abilities Fact Sheet for further information.

States and Territories

Wheelchair Rugby League
Regular competition is held at indoor venues across Sydney. Everyone is encouraged to get involved - including able-bodied players - and players of all ages can compete on a level playing field.

Try Time Rugby League
The Try Time Junior Rugby League program provides a safe, enjoyable and inclusive environment where children, teenagers and adults with special needs and intellectual disabilities can play Rugby League in their local community.

NSW Physical Disability Rugby League
Modified form of Rugby League for people with all types of physical disability. 

NRL Club Community Program of the Year - Varying Abilities Program; Wests Tigers

NRL Clubs

Take a look at just some of the programs our NRL Clubs are delivering to provide sporting opportunities for people with intellectual or physical disabilities.

Brisbane Broncos, Charities Fund

Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs, Special Olympics Cup

Cronulla Sutherland Sharks, Skillz4Me

Gold Coast Titans, Physical Disability Rugby League

Parramatta Eels, Try Time Rugby League

St George Illawarra Dragons, Score Dragons

Wests Tigers, Varying Abilities Program

Volunteer of the Year 2017 – Darren Deitz

Further Resources

Follow this link to read the latest edition of New South Wales Wheelchair Rugby League's Newsletter.