North Sydney Junior League 2016

 
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:33 am    Post subject: North Sydney Junior League 2016 Reply with quote

2016 is shaping up as a great season for the North Sydney Junior League as all clubs have preparations in full swing for the upcoming season. With the newest club, Ku-ring-gai Cubs now established it is set to be a year of strong growth across the district.

The North Sydney Junior League clubs will be holding come and try clinics throughout February on the following dates:

•4th February, Willoughby Roos. Willoughby Park. 4:30pm – 5:30pm
•4th February, Pennant Hills/Cherrybrook Stags. Greenway Park. 4:30pm – 5:30pm
•8th February, Lane Cove Tigers. Tantallon Oval, Lane Cove, 5pm - 6pm
•9th February, North Sydney Brothers. Tunks Park, Cammeray. 4pm – 5pm
•10th February, Hills Hawks. Dural Park, Dural. 4:30pm – 5:30pm
•14th February, Berowra Wallabies. Warrina Street Oval, Berowra. 10am - 2pm
•16th February, Lane Cove Tigers. Tantallon Oval, Lane Cove. 5pm – 6pm
•18th February, Ku-ring-gai Cubs. Barra Brui Oval, St Ives 6pm – 7pm
•18th February, Asquith Magpies. Mount Ku-ring-gai Oval. 4:30pm – 6pm
•25th February, Willoughby Roos. Willoughby Park. 4:30pm – 5:30pm

For more information please contact the Junior League Club representative or the North Sydney Junior League Administrator Josh Hyland (02) 9245 3078

About Junior Rugby League:

- The modified rugby league games are fun for both boys and girls

- Kids can start playing from 4 years of age

- Kids do not require any advanced skills or experience to begin

- Coaches are actively involved on the field up until Under-7s to provide a safe and supportive environment for kids to learn the game, truly participate in a team and build their confidence

- The Safe Play Code is enforced by qualified referees and allows the kids to focus on developing their skills and having fun!

- Kids are taught by coaches specifically qualified for the age-modified games

- Junior Rugby League clubs are family-oriented groups run by local families and bound by the National Code of Conduct

- Rugby League is a great sport to get kids active and meet new friends
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