The date for Kerikeri Rugby Football Club Junior Registration 2013 has now been confirmed by the Kerikeri Rugby Club committee.
The Kerikeri Junior Rugby Registration Day and Weigh-in for the 2013 rugby season will be held on Saturday 2nd March 2013 at the Kerikeri Sports Complex. Please also note that Junior Subs have increased to $45 for the 2013 season.
Junior Grade registration times are as follows:
- Under 7s (Midgets) to Under 9s - 9.00am to 10.30am
- Under 10s and above - 10.30am
Key Points for Kerikeri Rugby Registration Day
- Subs to be paid on the day - $45.00 for Juniors, $55 for U14~U16
- Shorts, socks and other Kerikeri Rugby Club clothing available for sale on the day.
- Please supply a recent head-shot photo, and new players bring birth certificate
- Bring along old boots for sale
- For enquiries contact Sharon on 021 921 066
What is Registration?
At the beginning of each rugby season you will be asked to complete a NZRU Rugby Player Registration Form at your club. By completing the registration form you will be registered as a rugby player in New Zealand for that rugby season.
Benefits of Being Registered
Being registered ensures that you are recognised for your efforts and are supported by your local Provincial Rugby Union and the New Zealand Rugby Union.
Registered rugby members are also covered under the New Zealand Rugby Union Personal Accident Insurance
What Happens to Your Information?
The information on your registration form is entered into a secure NZRU national rugby membership database managed by Northland Rugby Union. The database is used for rugby administration purposes and your details can only be viewed by your club or school, Bay of Islands Sub-union, Northland Rugby Union, and the New Zealand Rugby Union.
Your details may also be used by the sponsors of rugby, unless you identified on your registration form that you do not wish to receive promotional or sponsors material.
The New Zealand Rugby Union and Northland Rugby Union also use the database to analyse player numbers for developing initiatives to further support and strengthen our game.... Read More
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