QRL COVID-19 Update
Updated: Apr 1
The Queensland Rugby League has suspended all junior and senior community rugby league until at least the first weekend of June.
In addition, QRL has recently confirmed the cancellation of all major QRL representative programs and carnivals for the 2020 season.
What does this mean:
No club training until at least the first weekend of June.
RLI competitions to commence until at least the first weekend of June.
No representative programs or carnivals in 2020
Face-to-face educational training courses are currently postponed until further notice
As per the advice from our insurer, while the suspension of games and training is in place any individualised training by participants is not covered by player insurance with any claims being void during this period.
Coach Education / Accreditation Update
While all NRL Game Development programs and courses are now postponed and new timelines and dates will need to be created for any future commencement of activity, expired and unaccredited coaches will still have the opportunity to complete the free online accreditation for the new Community Coaching Courses. The current postponement of competitions will allow coaches to complete modules and ensure that when competitions do recommence, they are covered by insurance and able to starting coach again immediately. CLICK HERE to view coach accreditation (online modules) information.
With the current suspension on all community rugby league activity across Queensland, the QRL will continue to support leagues and clubs through this unprecedented period.
New information regarding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is received daily and the QRL is committed to supporting all communities throughout the state in slowing the spread of the virus.
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