CH kids on show at summer camp

ASPIRING rugby league players from around the region converged on the Capricorn Coast, as the Queensland Rugby League hosted its annual summer camp in December.

About 70 kids from Bundaberg, Middlemount, Gladstone, Roma, Longreach, Emerald, Tannum Sands, Charleville, Blackall and Rockhampton attended the one-week camp which aimed to help develop rugby league in central Queensland.

Event co-ordinator and NRL Game Development officer Dominic Draper said the camp also offered an opportunity for kids to enjoy themselves.

"It's along the lines of 'come along, have a good time and also learn a lot about the game'," Draper said.

The camps were supported by the CQ NRL Bid and Draper said the QRL central division was very appreciative.


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