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Opening Ceremony for NSW Wheelchair Rugby League Athlete Development Clinic
NSW Wheelchair Rugby League (NSWWRL) is holding an Opening Ceremony to the Athlete Development Camp on 3 December, at Sydney Academy of Sport, Wakehurst Parkway Narrabeen.
The Minister for Disability Services the Hon. Andrew Constance will be opening the inaugural NSWWRL Athlete Development Clinic in front of an expected crowd of 80 people. Special guests will include representatives from the NRL, NRL clubs, NSW Rugby League and NSW Rugby League Academy as well as wheelchair rugby league athletes.
The NSWWRL encourages the rights and wellbeing of people with a disability with the assistance of the Rugby League Community. This day brought to you by the NSWWRL and New South Wales Rugby League Limited focuses on all disabled forms of Rugby League with the primary objective being inclusion and awareness.
This Athlete Development Clnic is an intense Rugby League skill, conditioning, and education development program specifically designed to improve all aspects of their game. By the end of the sessions athletes will be equipped with simple, effective drills and exercises and the knowledge to continually improve your skills and maximise their ability.
Past and present NRL players and coaches will participate, bringing together individuals, businesses, community organisations, and government groups to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions, skills and achievements of people with disabilities.
The International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) Celebration is part of NSW Wheelchair Rugby League's purposely, planned Athlete Development Clinic.
President of the NSWWRL Joseph Chidiac said