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BRL player points system for the 2013 season

BRL chairman Mike Ireland.
BRL chairman Mike Ireland.

AFTER a meeting this week six of the BRL clubs voted in favour of reducing the total number of player points a team can field in each game.

Each player is given a points rating and in 2013 the maximum points will be 70 - down from 90.

BRL chairman Mike Ireland said the decrease in points will ensure the future of the competition.

"The main aim was to have a good even competition," he told Bundaberg's News Mail.

"Hopefully it will give clubs the incentive to bring their under-16 and U18 players up into A-grade because those players aren't worth as many points."

 

Player Categories

 

 

 

1st

2nd

3rd 4th

1

NRL / SUPER LEAGUE / STATE OF ORIGIN   

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY LEAGUE / RUGBY UNION

30

25

20

10

2

QLD/NSW STATE LEAGUE / TOYOTA CUP / NZ 2ND TIER

QLD/NSW RESIDENTS / UK CHAMPIONSHIP (1/2)

QLD RANGERS/NSW COUNTRY

20

15

10

5

3

QLD/NSW DIVISION REPRESENTATIVE (E.G. CENTRAL DIVISION) / Mal Meninga Cup (U/18) 

15

10

7

3

4

LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE (e.g. BUNDABERG)

12

8

5

3

5

LOCAL COMPETITION A GRADE (Must have played a minimum of 5 games in BRL Competition in 2012)

ANY PLAYER FROM OVERSEAS (where category 1 & 2 doesn't apply)

JUNIOR FROM ANOTHER CLUB (U18)

10

5

3

0

6

ANY OTHER COMPETITION A GRADE

7

5

2

0

Topics:  bundaberg, league, rugby




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