The U/17 competition grew again to include more clubs from over border, South Tweed, South Tweed Seagulls, Bilambil, and Tugun Seahawks. The season also saw the introduction of an U6 competition, which was the first of its kind in Queensland. 2010 more inclusions in the Kevvie Gordon Sprint to find the fastest player in GCJRL and the Mike Vievers Cup to find the fastest Club. The first winners were Brad Smith (Runaway Bay) and Burleigh JRL.

 

The Queensland Rugby League (QRL) appointed an “Education Development Officer” Jamie McCormack to provide education pathways for both players and volunteers delivering courses in coaching, league safe and first aid