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ARL Development appoints Classic Sportswear

25
Mar '08
Classic Sportswear is very pleased to announce its appointment by the ARL Development as its excusive apparel partner and sponsor.

ARL Development is a non-profit company formed by the ARL (Australian Rugby League) and NRL (National Rugby League) to develop the grassroots of the sport from introductory level up to the age of 18 years.

ARL Development works within the pre-existing development framework established by Clubs and State Leagues to augment existing programs and establish new development initiatives. A variety of active programs includes an in school program that introduces school children aged 9-10 to the game of Rugby League; Kids to Kangaroos which focuses on boys and girls aged 5 to 12 years; an Active After School program; School holiday clinics and the Telstra League of Legends competition for boys and girls 11-13 years.

The dozens of National Development Officers are spread Australia wide and their main charter is to increase the participation of boys & girls playing some form of Rugby League.

Tony Magnus of Classic Sportswear says that it is always been important philosophy of the Company to continue putting something back into the game and to channel an involvement with such an active and professional organization as ARL Development is heartening. To be able to assist in getting our youth into an ongoing healthy and active lifestyle is a responsibility that he takes seriously.

Magnus says that whilst the focus for Classic Sportswear is to work from the grass roots of our game right through to our elite representative teams, the opportunities offered by ARL Development to be actively involved with its program that extend to almost ten thousand schools across Australia, shows that a good partnership can always be very much a win-win situation.


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