Wheelchair Rugby League encourages everyone to give our sport a go. Our players come from a wide variety of backgrounds and abilities. Able-bodied players can get involved! Currently in our NSWWRL Competition we have wide variety of players including fathers & sons, fathers & daughters, young (14years) & old (60 years) male and female. This is a game for everyone!
Volunteers are the back bone to Wheelchair Rugby League and our competitions. Regardless of your age or expertise, there’s sure to be a volunteer role that will suit your talents, interests and busy schedule.
The board of Directors of Wheelchair Rugby League Australia (WRLA) are volunteers and they continue to play a vital role in the running and growth of the sport. Our main objective is to ensure our volunteers achieve personal satisfaction, and have fun at the same time.
You can volunteer as an Official, with our competition, administration work or even as a referee. Our volunteers are as diverse as the roles they undertake. From young adults to professionals, families, carers and retirees – all help in running the sport of Wheelchair Rugby League.
If you would like to assist us as a volunteer please contact Joe Chidiac
How can supporting Wheelchair Rugby League Australia (WRLA) benefit your organisation?
Recent Australian surveys have found that 82 percent of employees would prefer to work for
a company that supports the community. By working with WRLA, you can implement
numerous strategies to achieve your community engagement goals. WRLA rely heavily on
the business community for more than a handout, but for an opportunity to create a mutually
beneficial relationship to benefit both the sport of Wheelchair Rugby League and partnering
By working in partnership with WRLA, businesses can make a lasting impression to both the
community and their employees, empowering their company and supporting the only truly
inclusive sport Wheelchair Rugby League.
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