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Mounties Rugby League & Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles Forge Partnership

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Mounties Rugby League and Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking partnership set to elevate rugby league pathways for aspiring players in Western Sydney.

This collaboration, scheduled to kick off in 2024, solidifies a dynamic connection between Mounties Rugby League and the esteemed Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles NSW Cup.

As part of this strategic alliance, Mounties Rugby League's Sydney Shield and Ron Massey teams will function as crucial feeder clubs for the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles competing in The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup.

This initiative fosters a seamless progression for Mounties Rugby League players from grassroots through to the pinnacle of the sport, offering a comprehensive development pathway.

“This strategic partnership is a testament to the Mounties Group's overarching commitment to providing diverse opportunities for athletes within our rugby league programs. Building on our recent collaborations, including the Harvey Norman Women's partnership, this alliance with the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles showcases our dedication to shaping the future of rugby league and creating a holistic pathway for player development,” said Mounties Group President John Dean.

The partnership not only underlines Mounties Rugby League's commitment to nurturing talent but also exemplifies the Mounties Group's dedication to providing diverse opportunities for players within its rugby league programs. This collaboration comes on the heels of the recent announcement of Mounties Rugby League's Harvey Norman Women's partnership with NRLW Canberra Raiders in early 2023.

“This partnership with the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles marks a significant milestone for Mounties Rugby League. It solidifies our commitment to providing a seamless pathway for our players, from the grassroots level to the elite stage of rugby league. We are excited about the opportunities this collaboration will bring and the positive impact it will have on the development of our athletes,” said Mounties Rugby League Manager, Alex Miller.

The partnership signifies an exciting chapter for both Mounties and Blacktown Workers players, as they embark on a collaborative journey to enrich the rugby league landscape and provide players with the resources and support needed to excel.

“The Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles are delighted to join forces with Mounties Rugby League in this groundbreaking partnership. This collaboration exemplifies our dedication to fostering talent and supporting players on their journey to the highest echelons of the sport. Together, we aim to create a formidable environment for rugby league excellence,” added Todd Darvall, General Manager of Football, Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles.

Mounties Rugby League is supported by Major Sponsors Peter Warren Automotive and Brydens Lawyers.


Key Facts:

Mounties Rugby League and Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking partnership set to elevate rugby league pathways for aspiring players in Western Sydney.

 

This collaboration, scheduled to kick off in 2024, solidifies a dynamic connection between Mounties Rugby League and the esteemed Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles NSW Cup.


Contact details:

Katey White
0422 639 093
kwhite@brilliantlogic.com.au 

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