The Queensland Rugby League player and coach pathway provides participants with the chance to maximise their skills and enjoy their rugby league.
The pathway is a mix of quality environments where players and coaches can develop their personal attributes through a mixture of formal competitions, training camps and 'whole of game'-endorsed development programs.
The talent pathway commences at the under 13 age group, with aspiring players able to nominate to participate in regionalised player development programs.
From the under 16 age group, players will join clubs based across Queensland that establish a statewide footprint of age group and senior competitions for men and women.
Queensland School Sport Rugby League (QSSRL) are key partners during a players' teenage years and provide endorsed competitions and training programs.
Player and coach development
Supporting the development of players and coaches across Queensland
Talent programs and competitions are available to players within age specific stages
RISE (13-15 years)
The RISE Program is the pathway beyond community rugby league for aspiring players and coaches
Cyril Connell Challenge, Regional U17 Carnival, Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup, U17 City v Country
Presentations from leading professionals to assist coaches and support staff