Queensland Rugby League has today opened its doors to 'The Clubhouse' - the new online home of community rugby league in the state.
Found at qrl.com.au/clubhouse, the platform contains the latest community rugby league news, information and resources and will be a one-stop-shop for administrators to help build capacity and capability to grow.
It will also be a forum for clubs to contribute and collaborate resources to create greater efficiencies in managing the game across the entire breadth of the state.
QRL community rugby league general manager Glenn Ottaway said the online platform would better support administrators to help their clubs thrive.
"With our ongoing strategy to continually build capacity and capability with our community rugby league volunteers, 'The Clubhouse' allows administrators to self-service forms, resources and information to better support them to keep thriving as the lifeblood of our communities," Ottaway said.
"The online platform is easy to use and will ever-grow with the continued ongoing development of resources for clubs to use, not just from the QRL but we encourage clubs from across the state to share resources they already use, just like the Bowen Seagulls and Albany Creek Crushers have."
In extension to 'The Clubhouse', club administrators are encouraged to join the QRL Community Rugby League Hub - a Facebook group to connect volunteers and administrators across Queensland.
"Our game becomes sustainable largely due to the contribution of volunteers and this portal along with the community rugby league Facebook hub is a great way to share and engage with each other," Ottaway said.