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 The Brahman Academy is a  program being developed as a youth program intended to provide pathways for employment, by using sports as a vehicle to promote healthy lifestyles and habits.  The key focus being to recruit and retain players for the Whitsunday Junior & Senior Brahmans, as well as increasing volunteers and patronage through community involvement.

The Academy aims to benefit Rugby League players aged 15-18 years to gain employment in a school-based or full time apprenticeship or traineeship, by harnessing partnerships within the community.

Successful applicants must be a member of local Junior and/or Senior Rugby League clubs in order to apply and must be willing to prove that they are committed to education and employment whilst illustrating commitment and good behaviour.

For further information regarding the Brahman Academy, please contact us by email at or contacting

  • Michael Lee (Whitsunday Brahmans - Senior) on 0402 403 181
  • Laney Scott-Young (PWJRL - Junior Brahmans) on 0417 703 731
  • Nicole Jolley (Proserpine State High School - Senior Schooling & Industry Liaison Officer) on (07) 4945 0121 / 0419 761 478


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