PDRL Talent ID day

People are invited to two talent ID days that will help create our 2024 Physical Disability Rugby League squad.

Physical Disability Rugby League (PDRL) is a full contact version of the game adapted for participants with a physical disability who want to access a running version of Rugby League.

PDRL was initially developed in Australia by founder George Tonna. PDRL made its way over to the UK where Warrington Wolves and Leeds Rhinos played the first ever game of PDRL in the northern hemisphere in early 2018.

Notably since then, landmark events have taken place such as Warrington travelling to Australia to play and win in the first ever PDRL World Club Challenge. The fixture was inspired by comedian – and PDRL player – Adam Hills who is an integral part of the Warrington side and had always wanted to play for South Sydney Rabbitohs. Hills is a big advocate for PDRL bringing a documentary named ‘Adam Hills: Take His Legs’ to Channel 4 in 2019 which details Warrington’s trip Down Under.

The two talent ID days will take place on:

Sunday 7 January, 1pm – 3pm
Monmouth Boys School

Sunday 11 February, 2pm – 4pm
Mold RFC

To register to attend, complete the form below. If you have any questions, contact PDRL Head Coach, Rob Davies – rob.davies@walesrugbyleague.co.uk