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Wests Tigers host ROAR Academy Talent ID Day

Wests Tigers were pleased to host a successful ROAR Academy Talent ID Day at Hillier Oval in Liverpool this week.

The event saw several female junior rugby league players put through their paces as they had the opportunity to showcase their skills and be selected for junior representative teams.

Wests Tigers women’s coaches and players were present at the event to help out and scout talented players.

The Talent ID Day is one of the club’s extensive programs that aims to support women’s players from the U/13’s through to U/17's.  

The ROAR Academy — a program that will strengthen the pathways for women’s rugby league — was launched in March and will open up opportunities for women’s players to progress from the junior grades to the senior competitions.

The ROAR Academy will run a number of junior programs, including future talent identification days and a six-week program in the lead to the July school holidays with high-level training sessions to prepare them for future elite competitions.

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