At the Gold Coast Titans, rugby league is for everyone.
Our Leagueability programs, provide specialised rugby league for people with physical and intellectual disabilities.
The Club is looking for new and exciting talent to join our Physical Disabilities Rugby League (PDRL) and our Intellectual Disabilities Rugby League (IDRL) teams.
The Titans are hosting a come and try event on Wednesday 4th February at The Titans High Performance Centre at Parkwood.
The Titans PDRL team began in 2018 and has grown in the years since, while the IDRL team kicked off in 2020.
Both PDRL and IDRL teams will start 2021 with a feature game in Lismore as part of the Titans NRL trial against the New Zealand Warriors on Saturday 27th February. The teams will play against local NRL legends.
The PDRL team is led by Craig Wallace, father of current Titans player, Jarrod, who says the players are keen to get back on the field after COVID interrupted their 2020 season plans.
“We made such great strides in 2019, it was a shame to halt the momentum, but with the enthusiasm our players have for rugby league we knew they would be straight back into it at the first opportunity.” Said Wallace.
Both the PD & IDRL teams will feature during the Titans 2021 NRL season at Cbus Super Stadium as well, with the teams to play in curtain raiser games throughout the year.
The come and try session is open to people of all ages and skills sets, with previous rugby league experience not required.