Bega Devils going old school

THE Bega Devils are going old-school for their club registrations after dramas with a website.

The Far South Coast Soccer Association has been accepting club registrations by the myfootball website, but organisers at the Devils said they had been having trouble with it and are now taking matters in to their own hands. 

“We have plenty of people showing interest and we had been using the website for registrations, but there has just been a lot of dramas,” a spokesperson for the club said. 

The spokesperson said things are looking good for the club with plenty of interest shown in the senior grades, but will hold a registration weekend tomorrow and Sunday at George Griffin Oval to make everything official. 

“We are seeking all the intending players to come along and register on the weekend,” the spokesperson said. 

Members of the club will be at the field from 10am until noon tomorrow and 11am until 1pm on Sunday. 

The club will also be running a sausage sizzle on the day and is urging anyone keen to play soccer this year to head along and register. 

Organisers said the club is looking forward to another strong year after claiming its third straight premiership in the senior grade. 

There will be a large number of returning players, but the club is also welcoming new faces. 

Organisers warned it will be the final chance to sign up for the 2014 season. 

The club is also seeking nominations for coaches. 

“The club is seeking nominations for all grades from the under 7s up to first grade,” the spokesperson said. 

You can register your interest by email to the club secretary at or phone 0413 028 460.

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