Since coming into the fold in November 2016, Donald hasn't lost a game and will look to continue his run through to the 2021 Rugby League World Cup. 

“Looking back on my time with the team so far, it’s been an incredible journey and one that I’m honoured to have been a part of,” Donald said.
“This is a team that is united on and off the field and includes some of the best role models you will ever come across.
“The Jillaroos are full of women that inspire me, they inspire my coaching staff and they inspire thousands of fans nationally and internationally.
“I’m humbled to have been given the opportunity to continue coaching the team and I look forward to helping lead the next generation of elite players to greater heights,” he said.
The Jillaroos will be looking to create history at the next World Cup as they aim to win their three consecutive title to add to their 2013 and 2017 trophies.

Donald will also continue in his role as the NRL’s Elite Programs Manager, as well as his role as the Jillaroos head coach.