Seeking Players for Women’s Rugby League Club

Seeking Players for Women’s Rugby League Club

Improve fitness and strength while you make new friends. Wallaby’s women’s Rugby League football club is seeking new players. It’s a great group of women of all ages. you have to be 17 to play but are never too old to start. Some team mates are close to 40, but they all have something in common: they love playing as a team.

“Honestly joining the Wallaby’s was the best thing I’ve ever done. I’ve made friendships that I know will last a life time. The encouragement you get from the girls on and off the field is second to none,” said Hollie Bimrose, team member.  “We all have completely different backgrounds but are one big family. Everyone feels welcome and supported.”

With Tannum Seagulls opening a new women’s team this year and a lot of existing members relocating they are struggling to get players.

Training is Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6.15pm at the club house (Albion Park) on Tranberg Street. They do a bit of tackle practice, ball skills, game plays all while incorporating fitness in a fun environment. You are taught everything you need to know to play safely. The Coach Andy

Butler and Assistant Coach Danny Burns teach the women Rugby skills and help them develop in the game.

If you’d like to join email wallabyseniorrlfc@outlook.com.au or call Sarah on 0418 325 362