Hi All, 6,7 & 8s games have been cancelled for tomorrow all other Sat and Sun will be played we are just waiting for Parramatta JRLFC to send out a redraw. Once John Burns recieves that he will email all coaches and managers plus we will put it on our Website and Facebook page.
Hi All, As you know we have our Wenty/Aspley fundraiser next Friday the 8th July we asked if you could help us with prizes for the night a couple of weeks ago,so far we haven't had a great response and we rely on these donations to raise funds to get our 13 and 14s boys to travel to Aspley. We would like to see hampers from all teams donated and we will give a $100 pizza voucher(great for a training night)to the team that comes in with the best one that will be judged by the Wenty/ Aspley committee. So if you can help please send a text to your team and drop them off to Ringrose canteen this Sat or Sun remember it all goes back to the boys. Thanks on behalf of the Wenty/Aspley Committee. P.S For the teams that have booked a table Bakos will be at Ringrose on Sat give you tickets and collecting money.
Start organising your tables for our fundraiser. All money raised goes towards our 13s and 14s Wenty/Aspley tour. It's a great night. This year is the 49th year of this tour and the boys are travelling to Aspley.
Details for the Respect Rounds include: NSWRL Junior League Respect Rounds All involved in this great game need to demonstrate the highest levels of respect for those around them. The NSWRL Junior League Respect Rounds involves all coaches, referees and players demonstrating actions of “Respect” by wearing armbands and shaking hands before the start of matches during the NSWRL Junior League Respect Rounds (4th – 5th June and 18th and 19th June 2016). Coaches During the NSWRL Junior League Respect Rounds (4th – 5th June and 18th and 19th June 2016) all coaches of a team are required to meet on the field, with the players, and shake hands with the referee prior to kick off. In addition to this all coaches are to wear a “Respect” armband identifying them as the leader, demonstrating they believe in and display the core values as a coach. Being responsible for: Coaches Pledge I pledge to put the well-being of the players in my care first and refuse to use fear or intimidation to “motivate”