Women's Broncos player, Stephanie Hancock runs out in the 2018 NRL women's competition.
Women's Broncos player, Stephanie Hancock runs out in the 2018 NRL women's competition. Broncos

Girls' rugby league camp for future stars

YOUNG girls with a passion for rugby league are invited to attend the upcoming South Burnett Junior Girls Camp.

After a successful and hugely popular inaugural women's NRL season, our South Burnett female stars of the future can now learn the skills displayed by their sporting heroes.

The overnight camp is aimed towards developing skills specific to rugby league and building character in a fun and safe environment.

Girls aged between 10 to 15 years are encouraged to register online.

The camp will be held at Murgon PCYC from noon on Wednesday January 16 to 11am Thursday January 17.

Get in quick as spaces are limited.

Cost is $45 per child which includes an NRL pack as well as food and accommodation provided.

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