Holiday rugby league clinic's search for future stars in Port Macquarie on October 2

Learn from the best: League legend Daly Cherry-Evans.
Learn from the best: League legend Daly Cherry-Evans.

Port Macquarie will again play host to the Pacific Sports Management rugby league pathways clinic in the school holidays.

Pacific Sports Management, one of Australia's leading sports management companies who represent some of the the nations highest profile NRL players, has confirmed its esteemed rugby league clinic will come to Port Macquarie on October 2 and will be staged at the Port Macquarie JRLFC in Woods Street.

"Camps like this are a very important, they are the pathway to a potential NRL career. They were a very important part of my life and something I really enjoyed," Daly Cherry-Evans, Manly Sea Eagles and Queensland State of Origin captain, said.

PSM Clinics provide an opportunity for junior athletes to participate in a rugby league clinic created by senior professional coaches such as former Penrith, NSW and Australian Rugby League player and now assistant coach at Manly Sea Eagles, John Cartwright.

These programs will help junior players develop fundamental skills and act as a small showcase to identify elite junior players.

Junior players identified by PSM scouts, displaying traits of high character and talent during these camps, will be invited to join the PSM Academy and reap the benefits of long term elite development.

Players can register for the clinic at

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