The Board

THE BOARD

As an organisation we are based on inclusion and enjoying, playing, and sharing the sport we love. We are affiliated with NSW Rugby League – so it is a given the Board would not only strive to operate PDRLA under the policies and guidelines of Rugby League administration but also their beliefs.

The Board is the planning and decision-making group for PDRLA. It manages the Association’s business and activities on behalf of the members.

Under the Constitution, the Board is a mix of elected and appointed directors with a variety of business skills and expertise that is needed to run the organisation.

All of our Board members are volunteers and do not receive payment for their service.

They can be contacted via the Contact Us page

Board Values

In May 2020 the Board adopted a Board Charter and manage PDRLA with values that have a foundation in those of the Australian Rugby League Commission – ARLC and National Rugby League – NRL.

By working in this way it will provide members with a united, positive and inclusive culture and solid associations within the wider Rugby League family.

Inclusion

Engaging and empowering everyone to feel welcome and valued.

Allowing all team members to speak and respecting their ideas.

Reaching out to new participants and supporters.

Promoting equality of opportunity in all its forms.

Respecting and valuing diversity in culture, gender, sexuality and social background.

Positivity

Seeing the opportunity in challenges – harnessing it.

Valuing the importance of every decision and every action.

Standing up for our beliefs and empowering others to do the same.

Standing up and being recognised as a brand ambassador.

Unity

Recognising and respecting our differences while achieving common goals.

Understanding to regard oversights as learning and growing together.

Encouraging and inspiring those around us to achieve our challenges with the highest standards.

Committing to a culture of respect, honesty, and trust.

Putting the business and members ahead of individual needs and personal agenda.

Discipline

Having the strength to make the right decisions, placing facts ahead of emotion.

Taking responsibility for your own actions and the impact they have on others, common goals and the brand.

Persisting to do something despite how difficult it is or how long it takes to achieve.

Setting clear goals that we can follow and use to measure our achievements.

Striving to be the new benchmark and make a difference – innovating.