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Rugby League strategic plan

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by mozgrame, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. mozgrame

    mozgrame Well-Known Member

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    Rugby League has laid another foundation in the delivery of the game’s strategic plan, today implementing its whole-of-game development structure under the NRL banner to create one of the largest game development units in Australian sport.

    NRL General Manager for League Integration and Game Development, Mr Andrew Hill, has said that the centralised development program will ensure that 1.6 million children each year take part in Rugby League activities by 2017.

    “The move to a national development model and a single development brand is an essential step for the game of Rugby League and is vitally important to our future,” Mr Hill said.

    “This is a very exciting time for all involved as we are able to move the wealth of knowledge and experience of our 400 development staff into one unit, which will also create a stronger presence across all areas of the game.

    “By centralising our operation, we will be able to continue to improve our first contact programs and participation initiatives while providing greater support for our staff working on the ground implementing the programs.”

    Under the new structure Game Development Regional Managers, will lead the delivery and implementation of game development programs within their designated geographical region, including Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory.

    In 2012, Rugby League-based programs have engaged 1,409,946 children with 598,191 children having played in a Rugby League game across clubs and schools with 430, 638 students playing in regular school competitions and formal gala days.

    NRL Development Department
    Management team
    National Game Development Manager – Steve Palin
    NSW Game Development Manager– Luke Ellis
    QLD Game Development Manager – Brad Donald
    Affiliated States Manager - Graham McNaney
    National Participation Manager – Martin Meredith
    Education, Training and Research Manager - Brad Levy
    Operations Manager - Game Development – Michael Asensio

    NSW – Regional Managers
    Sydney West – John Wilson
    Sydney Metro – Maria Arthur
    NSW Central Coast /Hunter Region – Christopher Brennan
    Northern NSW – Garry Stevenson
    Western NSW– Kyle Myers
    South West NSW – Adam Perry
    Southern NSW– Matthew Schubert

    Queensland – Regional Managers
    Central QLD – Hurst Murray
    Northern QLD – Tony Quinn
    South East Qld – TBC
     
  2. eagles2win

    eagles2win Well-Known Member

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    I'm interested in seeing everyone else's 5 year plan.
    NRL wise mine is as is. 2017 expansion (wa and Bris) 2019 announced (nz2 and CQld) for 2020 season
    Origin - disconnection of it between it and the national team
    Lower Grade - NSW Cup Winner vs Qld Cup Winner (for ARL Cup)
    Internationally - Kangaroos and Kiwis to play 5 tests a year(minimum) (if not a country that does earns the right to call itself no.1)
    Emu's to do pacific tour 2014(plus US, Canada and West Indies)
    Kiwi a's European tour in 2014.
    Visa versa 2015.
    GB&IL returns every 4 years
    4 teams into the qld cup - png, Toowoomba, islands(tonga, Samoa etc) Diehards
    3 into the NSW cup -
    Adelaide, wa, Wellington
     

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