The Queensland Rugby League has a range of policies specific to the operation and management of the game in Queensland.
Clubs, Leagues, Associations and individuals should read such in conjunction with the QRL Constitution & Rules.
For Clubs, your first reference point for clarification is your Local League Secretary who will refer you if unable to assist.
For Local Leagues, your Regional Co-Ordinator or Division Manager is your first reference point. Click Here for QRL Contacts.
QRL Rules (as at March 18, 2016) (updated April 11 with Part 5 - Tribunals)
Major Competitions Operations Manual (2017 to come)
QRL Major Competitions Judiciary Code (2017 to come)
Queensland Murri and regional Indigenous carnivals rules (2016)
ARL Commission Rules, Policies, Laws and Codes adopted by the QRL
International Law Book 2017 (2017)
Junior League Laws 6-12 Years (2017) (this replaces the Mini / Mod law book)
NRL Modified Games FAQ
Masters Rugby League Laws
NRL National Code of Conduct (2014)
Safe Play Code (up to and including 15 years) (2017)
NRL On-Field Policy (2015)
NRL On-Field Policy - Course Structure (2015)
NRL National Registration Policy
NRL National Clearance and Permits Policy
NRL Commission Anti-Doping Policy (2015)
ASADA sanctioned list
2014 WADA Prohibited List
ASADA e-Learning Fact Sheet
Direct e-Learning link
Information on Supplements
Application For Therapeutic Use Exemption
Circular 308 – Sanctioning of Events – Non Affiliated Bodies Policy
Circular 331 – Amended Mini and Mod rules
Circular 335 – Intrust Super Cup grand final abeyance period
Community liquor permits must be obtained if your club wishes to sell alcohol on a one-off occasion or home games.
Applications for community liquor permits (CLP) can now be submitted online if the event is being held within one of the Brisbane pilot postcode areas.
For details of which Brisbane suburbs are included in the pilot, see the fact sheet. To access the online CLP application form go to www.olgr.qld.gov.au.
For events being held outside of the pilot area, paper-based applications can still be used and you can download the application form at www.olgr.qld.gov.au.