NRL WA are delighted to announce the employment of Caleb Reedy as the new Competition and Games Coordinator.
Reedy, a recognisable figure within the WA rugby league community says he is excited to embark on his new role.
“I’m very excited,” Reedy said.
“Most of my life revolves around rugby league so it made sense to apply for a role within rugby league.
“When the job opportunity came up, I thought it was a really good opportunity to not only engage in my passion but to help out in a particular skill set.”
The 2014 Ken Allen Medal winner, Reedy is no stranger to rugby league having represented both the Rockingham Sharks and Joondalup Giants in the WA Smarter Than Smoking competition.
“Rugby league and sport, being a Kiwi is definitely a part of who I am,” Reedy said.
“My Dad actually played league here in the late 1980s and early 1990s.”
NRL WA Operations Manager Tony Crowe says Reedy’s appointment is a step in the right direction for the code.
“Caleb obviously brings a wealth of rugby league knowledge and experience,” Crowe said.
“What we are excited about is a personal and interpersonal skill set that will allow us to deliver the level of service expected and desired by the organisation.”
Reedy’s first task will be to finalise the 2019 WA Smarter Than Smoking Premiership draw which is set to kick off on Saturday 4th May.
From all of us here at NRL WA, we would like to welcome Caleb Reedy to the team.