League's back in town

IT IS full steam ahead for the South Grafton Junior Rebels 2010 season with their first sign-on day happening this Saturday at McDonalds from 9am-11am.

Parents/guardians will need to bring along a birth certificate and Medicare card to sign up new players.

Another sign-on day has been organised for the following Saturday, February 20 at McDonalds from 9am-11am.

As the club is looking to nominate teams in all age groups all new and past players, aged five to 16, are encouraged to register.

Girls can also play up until 12. Mini and Mod games for ages between seven and 12 are played under a safe play code where fun and safety are paramount.

Players who re-registered on presentation day will be advised by their coach of their first training session.

A club committee meeting is scheduled for next Tuesday, February 16 at the South Grafton Ex-Services Club commencing at 6pm.

Parents/guardians/caregivers are encouraged to join and play an active part in their child’s sport.

The committee is voluntary so any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

The club is also looking for coaches. No experience necessary as training courses will be provided (at no cost to you) so any parent who encourages team spirit, fun, fitness and mateship are encouraged to speak to a club member or phone president Ray Taunton on 0400 933 922 or secretary Karen Taunton on 0409 924 366.

The players have a new look jersey from and the club looks forward to a great 2010.



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