FNRL programs focus on women’s development – ​​FBC News

The Fiji National Rugby League will focus on women’s development in its next line-up of programmes.

The FNRL and the Australian Rugby League Commission are teaming up which will see a number of programs and initiatives implemented over the next 13 months.

Pacific programs director Michael Asensio says they want to see a change.

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He adds that they want more women to play rugby league and hope to create more opportunities in different age groups.


“We’d like to see more women playing the game in competitions so that’s going to be a priority, even with our disability work I guess we’d like to be able to give them a bit of competition so just going beyond the introduction and a bit more competitive for them”.

Asensio adds that rugby league wants to contribute to the community with its programs.

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