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News

NRL 13 – 16’s Boys and Girls Development Clinics

This school holidays the NRL will be holding a number of development clinics for 13-16 year old boys and girls at the Norths Devils from 9.00am – 4.00pm each day.  These will focus on having fun and developing basic skills and will also include education sessions on play wellbeing and strength and conditioning.

Clinic details are as follows:

  • Girls Only: U13s to U16s – Tuesday, 16 April 2019
  • Boys Only: U13s to U16s – Wednesday, 17 April 2019
  • Boys Only: U13s to U16s – Thursday, 18 April 2019

Please note, both boys clinics are identical, cost covers 1 day only. Cost for these clinics is $60 per participant and includes an NRL training t-shirt, NRL trucker cap, NRL International football, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

Please see the flyer for more information. To register go to: https://bit.ly/2Hlb1ZV Spots are limited to so get in quick.!

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What is the Player Development Framework and Tackle Safe Program

In 2019, South East Queensland will be trialing some exciting new concepts with the aim of attracting more families to our great game, making it even more fun, and offering age appropriate skill development opportunities for our young stars.

These changes will be supported by new coach development and support programs for the games passionate, hardworking mini & modified games coaches.

To learn more about these new concepts, go to www.playrugbyleague.com/framework

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Safe Play Code

The Safeplay Code was developed to emphasise safety and good conduct within the game of Rugby League by creating the best possible on-field environment and actively controlling undesirable actions.

It applies to all players up to and including the Under 15 years age group. To implement the Safeplay Code or find our further information, please click on the link

https://playnrl.com/safeplay

State of Mind

The NRL aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental ill health within Clubs and communities through its State of Mind program by ensuring each club takes ownership of mental health awareness and to stimulate ‘help seeking behaviours’ of club members. 

There are a total of 14 former NRL and current Jillaroo players who serve as Ambassadors to deliver State of Mind & Voice Against Violence programs to Junior Rugby League clubs across Australia.

The Crushers have had a great start to the year with our Club being presented with confirmation of our commitment to mental health for 2019.

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ALBANY CREEK CRUSHERS Junior Rugby League Football Club Inc.

"Developing spirit, strength and sportsmanship to be the best you can be !"

ALBANY CREEK CRUSHERS J.R.L.F.C. supports these great organisations ...

South Pine Sports Complex

Click On Our Interactive Google Map
(Next to Wantima Golf Club)

Off South Pine Road & Cribb Road
Brendale Qld 4500

Tel/Fax: 07 3325 1422
Secretary: 0452 587 229
P O Box 660 Albany Creek Qld 4035