Queensland School Sport 12 years and under Rugby League has a long proud history dating back to 1922 when the first Interstate Exchange took place.
Queensland 12 years and under representative teams have competed with distinction over the past 90 years, wearing the famous Maroon jersey with pride. The 12yrs and Under State Championship has provided a great nursery of talent with a number of competitors going onto further sporting achievements. The Higher Honours List evidences this.
The representative program for Rugby League offers opportunity for students 12 years and under to compete at State and National championship levels.
Rugby League is managed by a committee of dedicated teachers. They are guided by a suite of policies namely, Management, Competition and Financial Operating Procedures, for the management and operation of State championships and other associated events.
Queensland School Sport 12yrs and under Rugby League Committee oversees the running of three major events.
12YU State Championship
This is played between all 12 school sport regions. From these championships, a Queensland team is selected to compete at the National Exchange.
Dates: 25 - 30th June
Venue: Runaway Bay, Gold Coast
2015 10-12 Rugby League Competition Procedures
2015 State Championship Draw and Results
2015 Queensland Officials
Coach: Darren Geiger, Taabinga SS
Manager: Brett Harkins, St. Thomas Moore Toowoomba
Assistant Manager: Michael Singh, Merrimac SS
2015 Queensland Officials - Invitational Team
Coach: Andrew Pickwell, Hatton Vale SS
Manager: Anthony Spyve, Capricornia School Sport
Assistant Manager: Justin Washington, Surat SS
2014 12YU State Championships Draw and Results
2014 QSS 12yrs Rugby League Team
Vic Jensen Carnival
This is an 11 Years and Under carnival played between 9 of the school sport regions.
Dates: 6 - 10th July
Venue: Browne Park, Rockhampton
2014 Vic Jensen Carnival Draw and Results
NRL Development Cup
The NRL Development Cup is a competition for 12 years and under school based teams played under knock out format. This star team concept complements the team of stars idea upon which the Representative School Sport Program is based.
This program is run in conjunction with the QRL and NRL Development. There are close to 400 schools that participate in this competition.
For further information on this competition please visit the QRL website