New pathways same challenges for NRL rookies

Mitch Jennings
Updated December 9 2016 - 3:32pm, first published December 8 2016 - 3:00pm
BE PREPARED: Former Raiders forward Alan Tongue conducts a seminar at the annual NRL Rookie Camp at UOW last weekend. Picture: Adam McLean
BE PREPARED: Former Raiders forward Alan Tongue conducts a seminar at the annual NRL Rookie Camp at UOW last weekend. Picture: Adam McLean

THE NRL’s decision to abolish it’s NYC competition after 2017 has been widely lauded for easing the pressure on the game’s rookies but it won’t see a slackening of the governing body’s commitment to player welfare and education.

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Mitch Jennings

Mitch Jennings

Sports Journalist

Sports writer. Sport is my passion, rugby league my first love.

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