One Community Awards now open

The One Community Awards see NRL players and Clubs share the stage with members of our grassroots family in being recognised for their dedication to the community.

The One Community Awards:
Recognise members of the Rugby League family who are passionate contributors to the community through their involvement in the game.
Acknowledge NRL Players and Club's who are active participants and using their profiles to have a positive impact in their communities
Recognise and highlight the valuable contribution made to Rugby League by women

The Awards include:
Toyota National Volunteer of the Year
Telstra Ken Stephen Award
Telstra One Community NRL Club of the Year
Telstra One Community Grassroots Club of the Year
Harvey Norman Women in League Award - Paid
Harvey Norman Women in League Award - Volunteer
AAMI Service to the Community Award
AAMI Service to Refereeing Award
National Teacher of the Year - Primary School
National Teacher of the Year - Secondary School

Nominations are now open for the 2009 One Community Awards.

Nominations for the following awards are open to the public. You can nominate an individual or Club for these awards by completing and submitting an online nomination form:

Telstra Ken Stephen Award
Telstra One Community Grassroots Club of the Year
Harvey Norman Women in League Award - Paid
AAMI Service to the Community Award


Nominations for the following awards are conducted through NSWRL, CRL, QRL, VRL and affiliated state bodies

Harvey Norman Women in League - Volunteer
Toyota National Volunteer of the Year
AAMI Service to Refereeing Award


To nominate for one of these awards, please contact your state league office.