What division should my child be playing in?

It depends on what age they turn in the year of the competition. As long as they are then not older then the age group, they can play in that division.

Example, if your child turns 15 in 2015, they are able to play in the 15s and Under, and also the 17s and Under division.

The divsions are:

 Cubs 4, 5 and 6 year old Play Thursday

  • 7 and under – born 2008 to 2010 5 a side Play Thursday
  • 9 and under – born 2006 or after 5 a side Play Tuesday
  • 11 and under – born 2004 or after 6 a side Play Tuesday
  • 13 and under – born 2002 or after 6 a side Play Tuesday
  • 15 and under – born 2000 or after 6 a side Play Tuesday
  • 17 and under – born 1998 or after 6 a side Play Tuesday




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Wallsend Touch Junior Rep Gala Day 

20 Jan 2019

Peter Wilson Memorial Champs - Nelson Bay

2 & 3 Feb 2019 -Good luck to our 14 x Junior Rep Teams & Referees! 

Mon Mens & Mixed Comp

Autumn Comp starts - 11 Feb 2019

Wed Ladies & Mens Comp 

Autumn Comp starts - 13 Feb 2019

Junior State Cup - Port Macquarie

15, 16 & 17 Feb 2019 -Good luck to our 14 x Junior Rep Teams & Referees!

Tues Junior Comp  

 Next Junior Comp - Aug 2019


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