EARLY COURSES – GET READY FOR 2018

EARLY COURSES – GET READY FOR 2018

Please find below all details and registration links for the South-East Queensland Education Weekend to be held at Marsden State High School on Saturday the 25th and Sunday the 26th of November 2017.

The purpose of this event is to provide our volunteers with an opportunity to gain the accreditation required for them to undertake a role at their club for the 2018 rugby league season and beyond. We know how busy it is early in the year, so this may be an opportunity to get some courses out of the way for your coaches or volunteers. Especially all new Under 6 coaches (MGC course) and new Under 13s coaches (IGC course).

Modified Games Coaching Course (MGC – 6 to 12 years) – Saturday 25th of November – 9am-12.30pm – Marsden State High School, 106-130 Muchow Rd, Waterford West QLD – Cost is $35

For details and to register go to https://education-nrl.sportingpulse.com/event.asp…

International Games Coaching Course (IGC – 13years to Opens) – Saturday 25th of November – 8.30am-1pm – Marsden State High School, 106-130 Muchow Rd, Waterford West QLD – Cost is $35

For details and to register go to https://education-nrl.sportingpulse.com/event.asp…

Sports Trainer Level 1 Course – Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th of November – 9am-5.30pm – Marsden State High School, 106-130 Muchow Rd, Waterford West QLD – Cost is $180

For details and to register go to https://education-nrl.sportingpulse.com/event.asp…

Sports Trainer Level 1 Reaccreditation Course – Saturday 25th of November – 9am-5.30pm – Marsden State High School, 106-130 Muchow Rd, Waterford West QLD – Cost is $80

For details and to register go to https://education-nrl.sportingpulse.com/event.asp…

Sports Trainer Level 2 Reaccreditation Course – Saturday 25th of November – 9am-5.30pm – Marsden State High School, 106-130 Muchow Rd, Waterford West QLD – Cost is $80

For details and to register go to https://education-nrl.sportingpulse.com/event.asp…

CPR Update – Saturday 25th of November – 9am-12pm – Marsden State High School, 106-130 Muchow Rd, Waterford West QLD – Cost is $40

For details and to register https://education-nrl.sportingpulse.com/event.asp…

2018 COACHING POSITIONS

For those interested in coaching at PCHS in 2018 for ages U6-Masters please either contact Graham Pechey on 0438 664 415 or visit the office to complete the application form.

All applications are to be in by Saturday 7th October.

TIMETABLE FOR PHOTO DAY SATURDAY 15TH JULY 2017

PHOTO DAY SATURDAY 15TH JULY 2017
TIME TO BE READY FOR PHOTO TEAM
8.10am U13 GIRLS
8.20am
8.30am COMMITTEE
8.40am
8.50am U9N2 GAILBRAITH
9.00am U12 DIV2 KINSELLA
9.10am U9N3 PEARCE
9.20am U9N4 TRONC
9.30am U8N4 PIERCE
9.40am U7N3 DAVIS
9.50am U7N4 JOYCE
10.00am U12DIV3 CARROLL
10.10am U6N5 WARING
10.20am U6N4 JOSEPH
10.30am U6N3 LUCK
10.40am U10N3 VERA
10.50am U10N4 LAMBE
11.00am U18 GIRLS
11.10am OPEN 3
11.20am U11DIV1 RICHMOND
11.30am U13DIV2 PEATEY
11.40am U9N1 BAILEY
11.50am U8N6 O’CONNOR
12.00pm U8N3 THOMAS
12.10pm U10N6 BLAKE
12.20pm MASTERS
12.30pm U13 DIV3 FRANKS
12.40pm U14 O’CONNOR
12.50pm U15 PECHEY
1.00pm U16 HADDRELL
1.10pm U11DIV3 BRISTOW
1.20pm REFEREE’S
1.30pm OLD BOYS
1.40pm SPORTSCLUB
1.50pm
2.00pm LIFE MEMBERS
2.10pm REPRESENTATIVE
2.30pm OPEN 1
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PLAYERS ARE TO ATTEND WEARING CLUB SHORTS, SOCKS, BOOTS AND SHIRTS/JERSEYS.
REPRESENTATIVE PLAYERS TO BRING THEIR UNIFORM HOWEVER THIS IS NOT THE NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT SQUADS.
EACH TEAM THAT HAS THE QUALIFIED LEAGUE SAFE AND FIRST AIDERS ARE TO WEAR APPROPRIATE SHIRT AND BE IN PHOTO ALONG WITH TEAM COACH, MANAGER AND QUALIFIED TOUCH JUDGES TO WEAR OUR CLUB SHIRTS.

 

URGENT INFO FOR ALL LEAGUE SAFE OFFICERS, SPORTS TRAINERS and HEAD TRAINERS

Subject: Re: Leaguesafe Officers

 

Folks

Reports are coming into the league office regarding the blatant breaking of the ‘NRL ON FIELD’ Policy by teams Leaguesafe Officers.

Please have all your ‘on field’ staff review the appropriate local league rules. They do differ from GBJRL and BSDRL.

 

Failure to comply with these rules may draw a fine and/or a requirement for the offending leaguesafe officer to attend a refresher leaguesafe course.

 

GBJRL Operations Manual: Section 27 (pages 46- 50) for juniors particular reference to rule 27.21 (highlighted in yellow)

 

27 SPORTS TRAINER/TRAINER NATIONAL ACCREDITATION SCHEME

On Field Policy

27.1 All official personnel who enter the field of play must possess an NRL Leaguesafe Certificate of Attendance or an Accredited Sports Trainers’/Trainers’ Statement of Attainment and be registered on the NRL Database. (Refer to Section 34 Volunteers).

 

27.2 No person other than the abovementioned personnel, or those with NRL acceptance, shall administer first aid or offer advice to an injured/ill player. Personnel with other qualifications must be ratified by the National Safety Education Manager and equate with the NRL SPORTS TRAINER/TRAINER SCHEME, to receive a Statement of Attainment and an NRL ID Number.

 

27.3 All injuries/illnesses and assessments must be recorded in the NRL Injury Report Booklet and to the player’s data card.

 

27.4 Each player shall complete the NRL Medical Advice Card before training or playing. This will be the responsibility of the designated accredited sports trainer to ensure all cards are completed and kept up to date. This process must be supported by club officials. All privacy laws must be adhered to.

 

27.5 The accredited NRL sports trainer shall at all times, whilst a game is in progress, be in a position to respond quickly should an injury/illness occur.

 

27.6 The accredited NRL sports trainer shall have the final say on whether a player should continue in the game and when to resume playing in the game. If a doctor is in attendance at the game venue, he/she shall make this decision. Serious injuries requiring a medical clearance prior to training/playing must be presented to the NRL club sports trainer.

 

27.7 An accredited NRL sports trainer shall be attached to each junior international and senior team.

 

27.8 If the above personnel are not in attendance, the game/s shall not commence under any circumstances until such persons are available.

 

27.9 The most important issue is that no on-field personnel will be allowed on the field of play, at training and or a game, nor manage an injured/ill player, nor provide advice unless trained by the NRL at one of the above levels of accreditation.

 

27.10 In the event of a clash of coloured shirts with team jerseys, on-field personnel may wear another colour (ONLY if there is a significant clash), however the coloured shirt must not equate to a level above what the person is accredited for. Liaison with the match referee will determine the issue if there is a significant colour clash.

 

27.11 In the event of an altercation on and/or off the field of play, accredited NRL leaguesafe/sports trainer/head trainer must not interfere in any way. They must move clear and totally distance themselves from the incident. The control of on/off field behaviour is the duty of the match referees. The only exception to the above would be when an injured/ill player needs shielding from possible further harm.

 

27.12 On-field personnel must not at any time enter the line of sight of a player when they are attempting a kick for goal, or do anything which may in any way interfere with or distract an opposition player whilst they are participating in the match or constitute some disadvantage to the opposing team.

 

27.13 If any on-field personnel abuse their roles or behave in a manner contrary to the NRL ‘On Field’ Policy, or bring the game of Rugby League into disrepute and/or their team/club into disrepute, they may be subject to sanctions, up to and including removal from the NRL National database.

 

On Field Identification

27.14 Each team may engage and use a maximum of three (3) ‘On Field’ personnel during a game.

 

27.15 The three (3) On Field personnel referred to in clause 27.20 shall be the only ‘On Field’ personnel permitted inside the playing area.

 

27.16 In all cases when accredited NRL leaguesafe/sports trainer/trainers enter the field of play to attend an injured/ill player, administer water, or deliver messages, they must immediately leave the field once their assigned task has been completed and return to the player’s bench.

 

27.17 At all times NRL accredited leaguesafe/sports trainer/trainers must enter and leave the field of play as quickly as possible (i.e. running). Lingering on the field of play will not be tolerated by match referees.

 

27.18 Great care and diligence must be exhibited when assessing an injured/ill player and removing an injured/ill player from the field of play.

 

27.19 Liaison with the match referee in a respectful manner will be of great assistance in such cases.

 

27.20 All on-field personnel must be identified with the following shirt/vest;

 

27.20.1 Leaguesafe – yellow shirt/vest – Leaguesafe must be printed on the back of the shirt/vest.

 

27.20.2 Sports Trainer – blue shirt/vest – Sports Trainer must be printed on the back of the shirt/vest.

 

27.20.3 Head Trainer – orange shirt/vest – Head Trainer must be printed on the back of the shirt/vest.

 

On Field Personnel – Roles (refer to NRL ‘On Field’ Policy)

Leaguesafe

27.21 Each team can have a maximum of two leaguesafe qualified trainers with one only allowed on the field at any given time except in the case when there is an injured player/s.

 

Leaguesafe have access as per the following conditions:

27.21.1 When his/her team is in possession;

 

27.21.2 When a try has been scored;

 

27.21.3 During a time out called by the referee for an injury;

 

27.21.4 During technical stoppages in play (EXCEPT SCRUMS). On-field personnel are not allowed on the field of play after the referee has ordered a scrum until the ball has emerged and a team is in possession;

 

27.21.5 Must enter and leave the field of play from an on-side position.

 

27.22 Duties of the Leaguesafe are:

 

27.22.1 To administer water;

 

27.22.2 To assist in the interchange process;

 

27.22.3 To convey messages. Messages must not be given to the team whilst play is in progress.

 

27.23 If an accredited NRL sports trainer/trainer is busy attending a player, the leaguesafe may assist an injured/ill player under the Guidelines of Leaguesafe training until a person of higher training arrives. The leaguesafe person must report all incidents to the accredited NRL sports trainer/trainer.

 

Sports Trainer

27.24 A sports trainer must be at least a qualified Level 1 NRL trainer.

 

27.25 Sports trainers have unlimited access to attend an injured/ill player and to administer water. They are permitted to carry, convey or deliver messages.

 

27.26 Duties of a sports trainer are:

 

27.26.1 To assist by observing and monitoring players who have been removed from the field of play through injury/illness;

 

27.26.2 To assist an injured/ill player on and off the field of play at training and/or a game;

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Head Trainer

27.27 A head trainer must be a qualified Level 2 NRL trainer.

 

27.28 The head trainer shall be the most senior person within the NRL sports trainer’s team.

 

27.29 The accredited NRL head trainer will make the final decision on a player’s welfare in the absence of a medical professional.

 

27.30 Coaches/administrators/players must comply with the decision of the NRL head trainer at all times.

 

27.31 A head trainer has unlimited access to attend to an injured/ill player.

 

27.32 Response Procedures for Injured Players

 

Referee

27.32.1 In all matches, the referee is responsible for determining if and when to call a halt in play because of an injured player.

 

27.32.2 A referee will stop play only if it appears a player is seriously injured and needs immediate attention and/or a leaguesafe or sports trainer signals that they need the referee to stop play to get assistance. Play is stopped at the next tackle, ball out of play or an infringement, whichever occurs first. Play will not restart until the injured player is either able to resume play or has been removed from the field of play.

 

27.32.3 If a player does not appear to be seriously injured and the injured player is away from and is unlikely to interfere with the run of play, the referee may allow the game to continue until it is brought to their attention by the sports trainer or touch judge that assistance is required.

 

27.32.4 A referee will not stop play for minor cuts and bleeding – players in this circumstance can be attended to behind play.

 

Touch Judge

27.32.5 Whenever a touch judge observes an sports trainer signalling for assistance and it is obvious that the referee has not seen the signal, the touch judge closest to or in the view of the referee should raise their flag above their head and proceed onto the field to the 10 metre longitudinal mark and wait for the referee to halt play and thence advise the referee of the situation.

 

27.32.6 Touch judges are not to run directly up to the referee or into the run of play.

 

27.32.7 Once play is stopped and the referee informed of the situation, the touch judge will be directed by the referee to mark the spot where play will resume once the injured player has been treated or removed from the field.

 

Sports Trainer

27.32.8 A sports trainer may immediately enter upon the field of play when it is obvious a player needs medical assistance. This will be, but is not limited to, when a player:

 

o Signals for assistance from the sport trainer,

o Collapses to the ground in obvious distress,

o Remains un-moving on the ground after being tackled or having affected a tackle,

 

o Is disorientated and could as such be further injured by interfering in the run of play,

o Has a bleeding wound, and/or is in obvious distress or pain.

 

27.32.9 When attending to an injured player the sports trainer must evaluate as quickly as the circumstance allows the extent of the injury to determine whether or not additional assistance is required and whether or not the player needs to be removed from the field of play.

 

27.32.10 An injured player who is able to leave the field of play without additional assistance should be escorted from the field by the sports trainer as quickly as the circumstance allows.

 

27.32.11 Where a player is on the ground, is unresponsive and/or the sports trainer determines that additional medical assistance is required to treat the injury or remove the player from the field and play has not been halted, the Sports Trainer after assessing the player’s condition is to raise an arm vertical above their head (hand in the air) which is the signal to the referee and other match officials that assistance is required.

 

27.32.12 Referees have been instructed that under no circumstances are they to over-rule the sports trainer and not stop play when he/she has their hand in the air.

 

27.32.13 The sports trainer should only raise their arm when the injury is genuine. This will ensure the game is played in the true spirit that is intended.

 

27.32.14 In all cases when sports trainers enter the field of play, they must immediately leave the field after their task has been completed. At all times, sports trainers must enter and leave the field of play as quickly as possible (i.e. running). Lingering on the field of play will not be tolerated by match referees.

 

27.32.15 In the event of an altercation on or off the field of play, sports trainers must not interfere in any way. They must move clear and totally distance themselves from the incident. The control of player’s behaviour is the duty of match referees. The only exception would be when an injured player needs shielding from possible further harm.

 

27.32.16 The welfare of a player must always have precedence over the continuance of play.

 

27.32.17 Any attempt to exploit the allowance made by these rules to gain advantage is not in the spirit of the game and will be viewed as bad sportsmanship.

 

BSDRL Operations Manual: Section 13 (pages 22-25)

 

  1. SPORTS TRAINER / TRAINER NATIONAL ACCREDITATION SCHEME

ON FIELD POLICY

13.1 All official personnel over the age of (14) years, who enter the field of play must possess an NRL Leaguesafe Certificate of Attendance or an Accredited Sports Trainers’/Trainers’ Statement of Attainment and an NRL ID Number.

 

13.2 No person other than the abovementioned personnel, or those with NRL acceptance, shall administer first aid or offer advice to an injured/ill player. Personnel with other qualifications must be ratified by the National Safety Education Manager and equate with the NRL SPORTS TRAINER/TRAINER SCHEME, to receive a Statement of Attainment and an NRL ID Number.

 

13.3 All injuries/illnesses and assessments must be recorded in the NRL Injury Report Booklet.

 

13.4 Each player shall complete the NRL Medical Advice Card before training or playing. This will be the responsibility of the designated Accredited Sports Trainer to ensure all cards are completed and kept up to date. This process must be supported by club Officials. All Privacy Laws must be adhered to.

 

13.5 The Accredited NRL Sports Trainer shall at all times, whilst a game is in progress, be in a position to respond quickly should an injury/illness occur.

 

13.6 The Accredited NRL Sports Trainer shall have the final say on whether a player should continue in the game and when to resume playing in the game. If a doctor is in attendance at the game venue, he/she shall make this decision. Serious injuries requiring a Medical Clearance prior to training/playing must be presented to the NRL club SPORTS TRAINER.

 

13.7 An Accredited NRL Sports Trainer shall be attached to each Junior International and Senior team. It is preferred that at least (2) two be available.

 

13.8 If the above personnel are not in attendance, the game/s shall not commence under any circumstances until such persons are available.

 

13.9 The most important issue is that no on-field personnel will be allowed on the field of play, at training and or a game, nor manage an injured/ill player, nor provide advice unless trained by the NRL at one of the above levels of accreditation.

 

13.10 In the event of a clash of coloured shirts with team jerseys, on-field personnel may wear another colour (ONLY if there is a significant clash), however the coloured shirt must not equate to a level above what the person is accredited for. Liaison with the match referee will determine the issue if there is a significant colour clash.

 

13.11 In the event of an altercation on and/or off the field of play, accredited NRL LEAGUESAFE/SPORTS TRAINER/HEAD TRAINER must not interfere in any way. They must move clear and totally distance themselves from the incident. The control of on/off field behaviour is the duty of the match referees.

 

13.12 The only exception to the above would be when an injured/ill player needs shielding from possible further harm.

 

13.13 On-field personnel must not at any time enter the line of sight of a player when they are attempting a kick for goal, or do anything which may in any way interfere with or distract an opposition player whilst they are participating in the match or constitute some disadvantage to the opposing team.

 

13.14 If any on-field personnel abuse their roles or behave in a manner contrary to the NRL On Field Policy, or bring the game of Rugby League into disrepute and/or their team/club into disrepute, they may be subject to sanctions, up to and including removal from the NRL National database.

 

ON – FIELD IDENTIFICATION

13.15 Each team may engage and use a maximum of three (3) On Field personnel during a game (one of which must hold a minimum qualification of Level One Sports Trainer).

 

13.16 The three (3) On Field personnel referred to in clause 13.15 shall be the only On Field personnel permitted inside the playing area.

 

13.17 In all cases when Accredited NRL Leaguesafe/Sports Trainer/Trainers enter the field of play to attend an injured/ill player, administer water, or deliver messages, they must immediately leave the field once their assigned task has been completed and return to the player’s bench.

 

13.18 At all times Accredited NRL Accredited Leaguesafe/Sports Trainer/Trainers must enter and leave the field of play as quickly as possible (i.e. running). Lingering on the field of play will not be tolerated by match referees.

 

13.19 Great care and diligence must be exhibited when assessing an injured/ill player and removing an injured/ill player from the field of play.

 

13.20 Liaison with the match referee in a respectful manner will be of great assistance in such cases.

 

13.21 All on-field personnel must carry with them proof of their level of accreditation and be identified with the following shirt/vest;

 

13.21.1 Leaguesafe – yellow shirt/vest – LEAGUESAFE must be printed on the back of the shirt/vest.

 

13.21.2 Sports Trainer – blue shirt/vest – SPORTS TRAINER must be printed on the back of the shirt/vest.

 

13.21.3 Head Trainer – orange shirt/vest – HEAD TRAINER must be printed on the back of the shirt/vest.

 

ON FIELD PERSONNEL – ROLES

LEAGUESAFE

13.22 Leaguesafe have access as per the following conditions:

 

13.22.1 When his/her team is in possession;

 

13.22.2 When a try has been scored;

 

13.22.3 During a time out called by the referee for an injury;

 

13.22.4 During technical stoppages in play (EXCEPT SCRUMS). On-field personnel are not allowed on the field of play after the referee has ordered a scrum until the ball has emerged and a team is in possession;

 

13.23 Must enter and leave the field of play from an on-side position.

 

13.24 Duties of the Leaguesafe are:

 

13.24.1 To administer water;

 

13.24.2 To assist in the interchange process;

 

13.24.3 To convey messages. Messages must not be given to the team whilst play is in progress.

 

13.25 If an Accredited NRL Sports Trainer/Trainer is busy attending a player, the Leaguesafe may assist an injured/ill player under the Guidelines of Leaguesafe training until a person of higher training arrives. The Leaguesafe person must report all incidents to the accredited NRL Sports Trainer/ Trainer.

 

SPORTS TRAINER

13.26 A Sports Trainer must be at least a qualified Level 1 NRL Trainer.

 

13.27 Sports Trainers have unlimited access to attend an injured/ill player and to administer water. They are permitted to carry, convey or deliver messages.

 

13.28 Duties of a Sports Trainer are:

 

13.28.1 To assist by observing and monitoring players who have been removed from the field of play through injury/illness;

 

13.28.2 To assist an injured/ill player on and off the field of play at training and/or a game;

 

HEAD TRAINER

13.29 A Head Trainer must be a qualified Level 2 NRL Trainer.

 

13.30 The Head Trainer shall be the most senior person within the NRL Sports Trainer’s team.

 

13.31 The Accredited NRL Head Trainer will make the final decision on a player’s welfare in the absence of a medical professional.

 

13.32 Coaches/administrators/players must comply with the decision of the NRL Head Trainer at all times.

 

13.33 A Head Trainer has unlimited access to attend to an injured/ill player.

 

 

Thanks

 

Shane Mc Nally

Manager Rugby League Brisbane

PO Box 1000 RED HILL 4059

Mobile: 0448 851 242

Office: (07) 3367 6026

Email: s.mcnally@qrl.com.au

Old Boys Trailer Raffle

This Saturday 22nd April the OLD BOYS will be selling raffle tickets from 5am -11am at the Lawnton Showground Markets on Gympie Rd, Lawnton.

 

The prize is a $2500 trailer with over $1200 of goodies in it.

 

Support our OLD BOYS who support our club and players throughout the season.

 

LEAGUESAFE RULES

Leaguesafe Officers

 

For GBJRL (Juniors u6-u17) please refer to the GBJRL Operations manual Section 27 –  (27.12 – 27.23) page 48. (different to the NRL on Field Policy).

 

For BSDRL please refer to the BSDRL Operations manual Section 13 – (13.22 – 13.25) page 24.

 

The major difference between GBJRL and BSDRL is that in the juniors only one  (1) leaguesafe is allowed on the field during the normal run of play whereas in the BSDRL two (2) are allowed on the field during the normal run of play. Refer to operations manuals.

 

The role of Leaguesafes in both Leagues is to administer water, assist with the interchange/replacement process and to convey messages – not to be an on field coach.

 

Leaguesafe should immediately leave the field in an onside position (running). Under no circumstances are they to remain on the field during a scrum.

 

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

 

Shane Mc Nally

Manager Rugby League Brisbane

PO Box 1000 RED HILL 4059

Mobile: 0448 851 242

Office: (07) 3367 6026

Email: s.mcnally@qrl.com.au

 

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