Bega Minor League opens doors to new players

Rory Deighton.

Rory Deighton.

The Bega Minor Rugby League Football Club is going to huge with teams entered across all grades. 

A spokesman for the club said entries had been absolutely immense and the club was looking at entering a full swag of teams for the year. 

“We’ve got teams from the under sixes through through the 10s, 12s, 14s, 16s and the junior league as well,” the spokesman said. 

The club is looking to enter both a 9-12 year girls side as well as the 12-16 league-tag line up. 

If you have a child keen to take up rugby league, online registrations are open now. 

Simply visit playnrl.com and follow the links to register with the Roosters. 

The Roosters are a family friendly club that play throughout the regular minor league season and also host a yearly carnival. 

The club is hoping to welcome returning and new players for another good year of football and said most vital roles had been filled. 

“With so many entries, we’re happy to report that we have most coaching positions filled, but we are still seeking coaches for the under sevens, eights and nines,” the spokesman said. 

“And we always welcome more league safe, first aid and sport trainee volunteers.”

It isn’t long until the rumble of masses of little feet can be heard across the valley with the competition set to start in March. 

“The first round will be an under 12s and under 14s nine-a-side tournament in Batemans Bay on March 25,” the spokesman said. 

For anyone who is able to lend a hand, the club’s first aid coordinator Brad Balcomb is organising a first aid level one sports trainer course as well as a CPR refresher course. 

Anyone who wants to take part can reach Balcomb through the club’s Facebook page. 

For any issues registering your child contact David Armstrong on david.armstrong@eldersrealestate.com.

The Roosters look forward to welcoming all the young players. 

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