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The power of Rugby League is something very special.

From our leading NRL players to the grassroots, this great game can bring out the best in people and make dreams come true.

This was the case when four young girls travelled to Southern Cross Group Stadium from the south coast town of Narooma for the recent Rugby League Women’s World Cup clinic.

Mariah Roumah, Harmony Cannon and sisters Halle and Rouge Constable made the trip up to the Shire, all through the love of the game.

At the clinic, they were given the chance to rub shoulders with stars of the women’s game such as current Sharks Women’s Series and Jillaroos players Ruan Sims, Corban McGregor and Talesha Quinnn along with putting their own skills to the test.

And with the Women’s tournament to be hosted right here at Southern Cross Group Stadium, to see the support grow to such a level can only be good for our great game of Rugby League.

Who knows just what impact this will have on these four young aspiring female rugby league players however as we all know, when you’re playing sport as a youngster this is what it’s all about.

It’s exciting times for the women’s game!

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