Junior Representative Update

Now that we coming to the end of the Perth Junior League schedule NRL WA is aiming to complete the Danielle Parker Cup & John Moore Shield competitions and request expression of interest from Fusion, Pride, Dolphins & the Invitational Under 12 & Under 15 Junior State Championship team in relation to giving them an opportunity to represent their region by playing against each other.













It is also important to note the NRL WA is currently  looking for South West Dolphins & Northern Fusion Coordinators

Under 12 & Under 15 Junior State Championship Teams

  • Ideally we would play these games over a two consecutive day/night period at the one location during October.
  • During School Holiday or Post School Holiday ??

Team Management thoughts and feedback will be greatly appreciated.


Danielle Parker Cup, (NEW) Under 15 Girls & John Moore Shield Competitions Recommencement

Games Remaining

Danielle Parker Cup

  • Fusion v Pride
  • Pride v Fusion

NEW Under 17 Girls Academy to be selected from these games

We are also working to create a under 15 Girls (9 a Side) program to be aligned with the NRL WA Junior Representative Competitions
NEW Under 15 Girls Development Squad to be selected from these games

(Academy & Development) Program Starts 7th November for six weeks ending 12th December

John Moore Shield

  • Fusion v Dolphins
  • Pride v Fusion
  • Dolphins v Pride
  • Fusion v Dolphins

Proposed return to competition is October 24th at NRL WA Training & Education Centre Thomas Oval, Medina

Game Day One

  • 9.00am Under 15 Girls – Teams TBC
  • 9.50am Danielle Parker Cup – Fusion v Pride
  • 10.50am John Moore Shield – Fusion v Dolphins

This day will also include the Mini / Mod Girls Rugby League Teams ONLY Gala day

Obvious a lot to work through and I hope we can do it by working together. Your feedback will be important before we confirm more detail with a scheduled meeting to ensure the best possible outcome.

All 2021 National and State Representative Programs are yet to be confirmed, it is hoped more information will be made available later this year as all State Leagues continue to be guided by various levels of COVID – 19 return to play restrictions and guidelines.

We all must continue to maintain a vigilant approach to this pandemic by supporting and following the West Australian Governments policies.


Tony Crowe

NRL WA Operations Manager