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Come and Try Wheelchair Rugby League with the Cronulla Sharks

Come & Try Wheelchair Rugby League with the Cronulla Sharks
Come and try Wheelchair rugby League with the Cronulla Sharks

Come and Try Wheelchair Rugby League with the Cronulla Sharks

Author : Wheelchair Rugby League

In partnership with the Cronulla Sharks and Sharks Have Heart, NRL Wheelchair will be hosting a Come N Try day this Sunday June 6, 2021 at Menai Indoor Sports Centre!

Wheelchair Rugby League is not just a sport for people with disabilities. Wheelchair Rugby League is an inclusive sport and is a variation of the running game that allows athletes with disabilities to compete with and against able-bodied people.

We invite you and to come along and have a go in this all-inclusive recreational activity.

Sunday June 6, 2021 3:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Menai Indoor Sports Centre 
98-150 Allison Cres, Menai NSW 2234

Whether you are interested in playing, volunteering or supporting – or would just like to know more about the game – we welcome you!

We look forward to seeing you coming along to support and participate in the only inclusive sport that allows athletes with disabilities compete alongside able-bodied athletes.

Cronulla Sharks Wheelchair Team 2019 (Photo : Steve Montgomery)

Cronulla Sharks Wheelchair Team 2019 (Photo : Steve Montgomery)

As an all-inclusive sport that allows athletes with disabilities to compete with and against able-bodied people, we welcome you to come along!

It’s free to participate! Register your interest here; https://bit.ly/2RPikQS

Wheelchair Rugby League is not just a sport for people with disabilities.

Wheelchair Rugby League is an inclusive sport, and is a variation of the running game that allows athletes with disabilities to compete with and against able-bodied people. Like the other competing nations, Australia is encouraging able-bodied athletes to compete as well.

This inclusiveness has proved successful overseas, as it offers a level playing-field for both types of athletes that few other sports can provide.

Wheelchair Rugby League aspires to provide an inclusive recreational activity, and to promote fun, fitness and self-development while fostering good sportsmanship in a safe and positive environment.

The emphasis is on boosting the participation, health and wellbeing of individuals, and their personal performance, social interaction and self-esteem.

Wheelchair Rugby League aims to provide more opportunities for young people across Australia to play and be involved in the sport. The organisation looks forward to building on existing relationships connected with mainstream Rugby League in Australia (NRL).

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