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CS Partners with Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League Maroons

Construction Sciences is pleased to announce our proud partnership with Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League as Principal Partner and naming rights sponsor of the 2024 Queensland Wheelchair Maroons squad.

The partnership continues the sponsorship that helped the Queensland Maroons achieve success with their win over the New South Wales Blues last year. In 2024, the Wheelchair Rugby League State Challenge is scheduled to be held in Queensland in July.

Representative players from the Construction Sciences Queensland Wheelchair Maroons will prepare for the epic battle with a series of team training camps in the lead up to one of the biggest events on the Wheelchair Rugby League calendar.

Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League (QWRL) Chairperson Zac Schumacher welcomed the renewed partnership with Construction Sciences for another 12 months.

“In addition to funding new equipment, training gear and representative player jerseys, the Construction Sciences partnership assists the QWRL with game development with pathways for players and volunteers, coach mentoring programs, and public engagement activities,” Mr Schumacher said.

“Together with the Queensland Rugby League, we will continue to work on growing our participation rates across the state through come ‘n’ try play events in local communities and schools,” he added.

Construction Sciences Executive Director Gerard Midgley said the premium sponsor partnership enables the continued game development, expansion and improvement for Wheelchair Rugby League in Queensland.

“Last year’s State Challenge in Sydney highlighted the intense rivalry between Queensland and New South Wales, and we can’t wait for the Construction Sciences Maroons to win the title again this year on home soil.

“With this renewed partnership, Construction Sciences is excited to contribute to the growth of the sport in Australia by inspiring more youth participation in wheelchair rugby league, while raising awareness of community issues associated with living with a disability,” Mr Midgley said.