Cronulla Junior Rugby League Powers into 2023 Season
Following a great round one of 2023 Cronulla Junior Rugby League (CJRL) competitions, the CJRL are able to confirm more positive news for senior open age competitions. Recent negotiations with a prominent local company have borne fruit and will see all open age senior competitions re-branded to reflect this new partnership arrangement.
Power Waste Management have agreed to become the naming rights partner for all senior open age competitions, which include several clubs from the St. George district. Managing Director Noel Mancuso was upbeat about the new partnership.
“Rugby League at all levels in the Sutherland Shire has always been well supported by the local community, and Power Waste Management are thrilled to partner with CJRL in 2023. We look forward to working with the CJRL in their endeavours to make this the best Rugby League district in the Sydney metropolitan area.
The Power Waste Management Cup is something we are excited to be a part of.” CJRL Chairman Nathan Waugh also spoke about his delight with the new partnership with such a reputable local organisation. “This new partnership with Power Waste Management is great news for the CJRL and our clubs.
To have such a prominent local business, which the Mancuso family have built here in the Shire, as our naming rights partner of senior competitions is wonderful news. This support will greatly assist the CJRL as we strive to deliver the best Rugby League competitions across the metropolitan area.” Waugh added,
“Already we have increased our live streaming to cover all A-grade match venues each Saturday which will take our competitions to those who can’t be there to support their local club on any given weekend.
We have more exciting initiatives we hope to announce very soon, all which will reflect our commitment to take our senior open age competitions to a new level of recognition and support”.
CJRL now is one of the largest Rugby League districts in the country, with registrations edging closer to the 5500 mark for 2023 competitions. Female participation continues to grow exponentially, placing CJRL as the leading district in NSW for female participation. Senior competitions are in their best shape for some time, and a continued focus on the local community Rugby League for players beyond junior levels, should result wider recognition of CJRL senior open age competitions.