Qantas Wallabies Rewards 2014
What do you want to experience?
There are many ways for you to live the experience. Check out how you get involved.
Remember this year we have the French touring and the Bledisloe Cup in Brisbane. As well as The Rugby Championship games.
Who can be a part of this?
Whether you are a rugby player at club or school, a coach, a referee or simply just a rugby fan there’s something for you. Opportunities range from those that require no nomination to be submitted; you simply turn up - Open Training Session; those that do require a nomination to be submitted – Guard of Honour; and those that are by State Union invitation only – Coach Session.
Each opportunity has differing criteria relating to age of participants, the number of participants and also the type of participant (club, school or fan). These are also different from year to year of the Rewards Program.
For detailed information review the eligibility requirements applicable to these opportunities for 2014.
Opportunities will be offered to individuals as well as teams. Junior club and school players should talk to their team coach/teacher or manager about nominating for a chance to win the great team opportunities available.
Print the ‘2014 Rewards’ poster put it up and advertise to your club or school.
Note all the opportunities listed may not be available around and including each Match. Please refer to the Rewards Program 2014 Opportunities Calendar for your State’s specific opportunities.
Check out ‘How do I get involved?’
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