Join the MRP now or continue reading about the ways you can get involved. Find your nearest MRP Club, click here!
MRP Players are neurodiverse young people with Autism, Down Syndrome, ADHD or learning and perceptual disabilities. To be an MRP Player, you don't have to have a formal diagnosis.
As the MRP has four different divisons we are able to create an environment for sucess for MRP Players aged 7-25 years old.
Remember, the MRP is a touch only verison of Rugby Union and safety for all our participants is paramount! Find your nearest MRP Club, click here!
PlayerMentors are disability inclusion leaders of the future. They are passitonate about supporting young people with disability to be the best they can be, both on and off the field.
As a PlayerMentor your role is to help your MRP Player learn rugby and social skills during training and on game days.
All PlayerMentors are supported by specifically trained Team Coaches and Allied Health Professionals. Find your nearest MRP Club, click here!
Coaching an MRP team at your local rugby club provides an exciting and rewarding experience for people interested in making difference to their community, and to the lives of children with a disability, whom may never have played a team sport before.
MRP Coaches work approximately 5 hours a week. This includes training, games and reporting time.
All Coaches attend the Coach Induction day to be trained and updated on all MRP Coaching Information for the season. Find your nearest MRP Club, click here!
Our vision is to have GingerCloud’s MRP available at as many Rugby Clubs as possible throughout not only Australia but internationally.
Whilst our growth remains dependent on available funding, we’d love to hear from you if your club would like to host an MRP team in coming seasons.
We aim to confirm all new clubs by October of the year prior to allow time to establish the required Allied Health support systems and training required for Coaches and PlayerMentors. Find your nearest MRP Club, click here!