Push on for rebel junior league to combat NRL’s tackling and competition ban

There is now a push for the TFW9 organisers to introduce a season-long rebel competition. If successful, it could have a huge impact on NSWRL and NRL participation numbers.

“We are talking about potentially running a breakaway competition next year,” TFW9 co-founder John Fyfe told this masthead.

“We just have to find the right timeframe to do it. Our target market is six to 12 years [old], where there are a lot of kids and parents unhappy about some of the changes set to be implemented…

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