Yenda loving new initiative

KEEN: Members of the Yenda Blueheelers junior and senior rugby league clubs. 
PHOTO: Supplied

KEEN: Members of the Yenda Blueheelers junior and senior rugby league clubs. PHOTO: Supplied

Yenda Blueheelers Junior Rugby League Club are excited about the upcoming free come and try day this Saturday at Jubilee Oval.

The junior Blueheelers have a new committee led by 2017 president Craig Burley.

The strong, new, fresh committee is now very active and looking forward to Saturday.

Kids are lucky enough to get the opportunity to come and try the game of rugby league for no cost at all to the participants.

This is a initiative from CRL to get more kids playing the game.

The Yenda Blueheelers club is inviting all kids to come down and have a game.

It doesn't matter whether children are a soccer player, AFL player, or a basketballer, this Saturday anyone can come down and have a game for no cost.

All that anyone interested needs to do is register online at playnrl.com and then come down on Saturday for a game.

Yenda Blueheelers Junior Rugby League has a strong affiliation with its senior club as well. The junior players benefit immensely from the seniors’ involvement.

Senior players from the Yenda Blueheelers regularly attend training and often run drills and skill sessions with the club’s juniors.

This enables them to develop players to the best of their natural ability.

The club had a simple message to anyone interested in playing, “If you love rugby league and am looking for a family-orientated club to join, then the Blueheelers JRL Club is the club for you.”

Yenda holds training runs on Thursday afternoons at 4.30pm at Jubilee Oval and all are welcome.

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