Several junior rugby league activities will be held in the Southern Highlands next week. Photo: FDCTHE Highlands is gearing up for a rugby league blitz next week.
The NRL South West game development team will conduct two local schools visits and a come and try day.
The team will visit Moss Vale Public School on Tuesday and Bowral Public School on Wednesday to promote its Backyard League Program.
Both sessions will be held from 9am to 3pm.
NRL South West game development officer Jake Brightwell said the program would teach the value of rugby league for students.
“We will be visiting more than 1000 kids across the two days,” he said.
“The kids can negotiate their own rugby league rules and decide what field they play on.
“The program aims to show that kids can play rugby league without equipment or the appropriate field space.”
Following the school visits, a free come and try clinic will be held at Bowral’s Loseby Park on Thursday.
Juniors from across the Highlands are invited to learn new rugby league skills.
Preparations are also underway for the annual NRL Community Carnival in the Highlands in early 2016.
The carnival attracts top NRL players and is expected to be held in February.
For more information, call Jake Brightwell on 0448 890 017.
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