2011 Pathway Review

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ARU have released the National Pathway Final Report to Member Unions and the wider Rugby Community following the 2011 TryRugby Kids Pathway Review.
2011 saw the inaugural season of the National TryRugby Kids Pathway rolled-out across Australia.  
The Pathway rugby community was contacted to provide feedback through the form of an online survey.
The results of which were used, in large part,  by the National Pathway Review Group to help shape the few minor changes that have been applied to the 2012 Laws and game modifications as outlined in the Final Report.

ARU thank all of those involved in Pathway Rugby who contributed to the success of the past season.

Thank you also to the Member Unions and Pathway Review Group Members for their support and assistance in both the roll-out and review of the National Pathway.

ARU believe the Pathway will be better for this review and it will only serve to enhance the rugby experience for all participants, supporters and ultimately strengthen Australian Rugby.


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