UPDATED NINES DRAW V5
Upcoming Referees Course
Want to earn some money and help keep our great game running? Why not become a referee?? Brothers, sisters, parents, friends and players, anyone can be a referee. You just need to have turned 13 years of age. Its a great way to earn money whilst enjoying a different side of the game we love
There will be a face to face referees course at Ballina on Saturday 24th March. If you would like to be a referee you can enrol through www.playnrl.com in this course. Once enrolled you need to complete the online modules prior to attendng the face to face course.
There is also another face to face course on at Griffith University, Southport on Sunday 18th March. You can register for this course also through www.playnrl.com
We really need more referees so please if you are interested why not give it a go?
UNDER 10'S COMP TO REMAIN COMPETITIVE
Our under 10's competition will remain competitive with a finals series into the future after the group meeting on Monday night. Clubs voted to keep the Under 10's comp a competitive one into the forseeable future.
Please remember that although competitive our mod competition is primarily about developing all the children not about winning games. There is still the rule that each player has to have an unbroken half of football in a game. There is no dimond premiership ring handed out at the end of the season.
Be a good spectator and encourage all participants in our game and ensure you are familiar with our Code of Conduct
National Safeplay Code
Did you know Junior league is different to the league you watch on TV? Our sport is governed by a safeplay code.
Attached is a link to the play NRL website that explains the safeplay code with a short video. Please read the safeplay code so you understand our sport.
Do you want to play football
Do you want your child to play league in 2018??
Get involved in a fun safe sport for girls aged 5 to 12 and boys 5 to 16 1/2. Players need to be turning 5 in 2018.
Use the attached link to find your local club and register now.
Active Kids Rebate NSW Office of Sport
School aged children in who reside and play sport in an approved NSW sport are eligible for the Active kids rebate. This is a $100 voucher to put towards fees for sporting activities. Each child gets one voucher per year and it is not means tested so all families can apply.
Please find attached a link with more information about the active kids rebate including how to apply
LADIES LEAGUE TAG 13-16'S
Group 18 JRL clubs are seeking expressions of interest from girls in the area to particpate in a ladies league tag competition. The competition will be open to girls aged 13-16&1/2. If you are keen to be involved in this fast growing sport please use the attached link to register your interest with your local club.
Are sporting fields open
To see what council operated fields are open during the wet weather click on the following link to Tweed Shire Council:- Tweed Shire Council - Ground closures
For grounds located in the Byron Shire Council, please phone 02 6626 7111 and listen to the recorded message.