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REGISTER and PLAY for Lindfield

The perfect place for kids to have fun, make friends  and create memories that last a lifetime 

Why Play Rugby at Lindfield?

Looking for an all inclusive sport for your child that burns their abundant energy and keeps them fit, in a social environment!

Rugby is the ultimate team sport, building important life skills such as respect, resilience, personal communication and team work, all in a fun and supportive environment.

The great thing about rugby is that there’s as a spot for every kid on the team, no matter their size, age or experience. Boys & Girls from U4 all the way through to U17 are all welcome, and there has been a surge of girls taking to the field with almost a 50/50 split in schools across Australia.

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Girls 7s 2024 Season

LINDFIELD RUGBY GIRLS

6.00pm Training Wednesdays @Koola Park

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Season 2024

Minis (U5-U9) Preseason Training

Planned for Sunday Afternoons February and March in 2023

Watch this space

  • Try some rugby fun drills

  • Meet other kids who play rugby

  • Girls & Boys 5 or older

2024 Season Registrations are now Open

For all players (Mighty 5s through to U16s) we are offering some great voucher incentives to you if you bring a friend and they register for the season.

Registration this year is again via Rugby Explorer  (Desktop or App). Importantly, if you are a returning family your details will be recognized when you register. If you are a new family, you can create a new account.

Three simple steps to register and play

  1. Register at Rugby Australia through following link: https://myaccount.rugby.com.au/ or the Rugby Explorer' app

  2. Claim your 'Rebel Sports Vocuher.  If you were refer a friend and they sign up to play please fill in the following digital Referral Form, so we can provide you with your reward vouchers. A big thank you!

  • Group Skills and Fun activities

  • Might 5's Opening Soon!!!

  • Focus is FUN and skills development.

  • Mighty 5's sessions run by Little Legends

FREE Junior Waratahs Membership for 2023 - see every Tahs home game live


 

Includes Shorts, Socks, & Training T-shirt

Mighty U5 Age-specific Coaching
 

RA Participation Fees
 

Insurance Coverage
 

Ground Hire Fees

Under 6 $280

Under 7 $280

  • 5-a-side tri-tag

  • (U6 & U7)

  • Focus is FUN and skills development.

  • Non-contact 

FREE Junior Waratahs Membership for 2023 - see every Tahs home game live

Yearly Fee 
 

Includes Shorts, Socks, & Training T-shirt

 

Club Jersey Loan for the Season

$20 Family Discount for Siblings
 

ARU Participation Fees
 

Insurance Coverage
 

Ground Hire Fees

Under 8 $330

Under 9 $330

  • 7-a-side Tackle (U8)

  • 10-a-side Tackle (U9)

  • Modified formats of the game focused on FUN, safety & player development.

  • Introduction to Tackling, Scrums and Lineouts

FREE Junior Waratahs Membership for 2023 - see every Tahs home game live

Yearly Fee 
 

Includes Shorts, Socks, & Training T-shirt

 

Club Jersey Loan for the Season

$20 Family Discount for Siblings
 

ARU Participation Fees

Competition Management Fees

 

Fees for Professional Coaches

 

Access to Skills Development Clinics

Insurance Coverage
 

Ground Hire Fees

U10 - 12 $350

U13 - 16 $350


 

  • U10-U11 12-a-side Tackle

  • U12 & up 15-a-side Tackle

  • Graded teams to ensure even competition and maximize safety and player development

FREE Junior Waratahs Membership for 2023 - see every Tahs home game live

Yearly Fee 
 

Includes Shorts, Socks, & Training T-shirt

 

Club Jersey Loan for the Season

$20 Family Discount for Siblings
 

ARU Participation Fees

Competition Management Fees

 

Fees for Professional Coaches

 

Access to Skills Development Clinics

Insurance Coverage
 

Ground Hire Fees

Girls 7s/10s Rugby

U10 - 17  $TBC

  • 7-a-side Tackle

  • Covers Sizzling 7s and Frosty 7s

  • 8-week competition

  • 60+ teams (U10-U17s)

  • Sizzling 7s starts 26th February 2023

  • Frosty 7s starts 23rd July 2023

Important: Girls wanting to play in our Girls Rugby 7s (u10 - 17) need to register as

7'S JUNIOR GIRLS

Any questions contact  Ivan Chan 0434185417 or 

7s@LindfieldJuniorRugby.com.au

Rego includes insurance, shorts, socks and shirt and entry to Sizzling 7's and Frosty 7s

Any registered Lindfield player will be eligible to trial for the Gordon Representative Sevens teams to play at the state championships.

SOME HELPFUL TIPS :-

Active Kids Vouchers

If your child is attending a primary or high school in NSW in 2022/2023, you are eligible to receive an Active Kids Voucher (valued at $100).  You MUST have the voucher before registering as it cannot be redeemed afterwards.  Visit https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/active-kids to get your voucher. 

Player Profile

Please make your child's profile ‘public’. To do this, you will need to select NO when you get to this section. This profile is used for the team sheet and the opposition manager must be able to view the names and photos.

Photos

Please upload an up-to-date photo at the time of registration.  Please remember no hat or caps and the photo is to be head and shoulders only. If you are a coach or manager, please upload your photo at the time you register as a volunteer.

Family Discount

To obtain the family discount, ALL family participants must be registered in one go. If you don't, the family discount doesn’t apply.  And remember that all the players need to be registered at the same club. If you encounter any problems along the way you can email rugbyxplorer@rugby.com.au.  If you are still having issues, please contact us via email at registrar@lindfieldjuniorrugby.com.au

Bring a Mate - Refer a friend and get a $50 Rebel Gift Card ...

Everyone likes an extra bonus, and everyone likes to help a mate. If you introduce a friend, who is new to the club, we'll give you a $50 Rebel Sports Gift card, when your mate registers & pays to play with us in the 2023 season.

Once registered, simply go to this link to let us know. Complete the Referrals Form and we will make sure you receive your thank you reward.

Should you have any queries in the meantime, please email or call our club registrar.

Title
Age
Manager
Email
Mobile
Club Register
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Lisa Rothwell
registrar@lindfieldjuniorrugby.com.au
0413762847
Girls Rugby:
U10 - U17
Ivan Chan
7s@LindfieldJuniorRugby.com.au
0434185417
Juniors Rugby:
U10's - Opens
Jason Hughes
vpjuniors@lindfieldjuniorrugby.com.au
0409869414
Minis Rugby:
U5's to U9's
Jon Reynolds
vpminis@lindfieldjuniorrugby.com.au
0417908182
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Information for 2023

  • Rugby is for boys and girls … 

  • The age group you’re in depends on how old you’re turning that year. So players turning 6 in 2023 will be in the under 6's and so on. 

  • Game styles and rules have been modified to suit each age group … under 6's and under 7's is purely non-contact (no tackle).

  •  Games are on Saturday mornings for the under 6's to under 9's (the odd Sunday game) and either Friday evenings or Sunday for under 10's and up.

  • The season finishes at the end of August with no games during school holidays.

  • Your registration fee covers gear, insurances, coaching, competition administration fees and individual player participation fees from Rugby Australia.

  • Each team has a dedicated manager who is one of the team parents. The team manager will communicate important information to you each week including game details etc. They're there to help you with any questions you might have throughout the season.  We would LOVE for you to be involved! 

  • Improve physical health
    Starting with the obvious, but rugby brings physical health benefits to anyone who takes to the field – and kids are no different.
  • Develop social skills
    Developing social skills is another huge part of parenting, and one that again needs to be developed at a young age if the benefits are to be reaped in the future.
  • They need to lose
    Because it is character building, because it’s good practice for life, because the young kids will get over it and they need to know that.
  • They need to win
    Because it’s bonding, because it feels good, because they need to know that there are rewards for effort.
  • Equal Opportunities
    Unlike just about any other team sport, rugby is about all players having the same opportunity to run with the ball, pass the ball, and play defense.
  • Rugby is for girls too
    For those people who don't know much about rugby, despite the physicality of the sport, rugby is a sport for girls too, and a very entertaining one at that. I mean, it is an Olympic sport - and the Austrlain Girls sevens team won Olympic Gold! So for any girl who wants to find a sport to play, rugby is definitely an magnificent option.
  • Build self-esteem and confidence
    Regularly engaging in sports can help subtly boost your child’s self-esteem. This happens as the child sets small goals on the field, such as perfecting a skill, and achieves them.
  • Learn valuable life-lessons
    All sports have lessons that can be taken from the field and applied to real life. But rugby has lessons that can’t be found in any other game – we’re not talking about the standard generics of “teamwork” and “playing hard.” We’re talking about the preparation for life that can only be found on the rugby pitch.
  • Positive Role Models
    It’s quite likely your kids will discover positive role models in coaches and older players.
  • Make lifelong friends
    Rugby is a brotherhood & sisterhood.
  • Breed academic success
    It’s hard to believe that what your child does on the field can impact what they do in the classroom, but it does. Children who were involved with at least one sport were more likely to get better grades suggests a study conducted by the American College of Sports Medicine.
  • Safety. No, really—safety!"
    Safety is a huge part of the sport and culture of rugby.
  • They’ll experience the incredible feeling of being part of a team
    They’ll experience the incredible feeling of being part of a team
  • They will respect others, regardless of their decisions"
    The Rugby field has a strong tradition and culture of respect - respect for your teamates, the opposition and, importantly, the referee. When the referee makes a decision we disagree with, kids still call him “sir” and don’t talk back.
  • It helps to reduce stress
    Exercise and other physical activity produce endorphins—chemicals in the brain that act as natural painkillers—and also improve the ability to sleep, which in turn reduces stress.
  • Everyone is useful somewhere.
    In a sport that is most popularly played with 15 people on the field at one time, there is obviously a wide range of positions that need to be played. And each position comes with different physical requirements. My point is that anyone and everyone has a position in rugby that they are best suited for, and everyone can be helpful to the overall team game plan.
  • The passion for the game
    Ask any rugby player what they think about rugby, and, somewhere along the lines of their explanation, they will probably talk about how much they love the game. That's because rugby is not a game to be taken lightly. I think a good way to explain this is to use one nice quote from poet Ralph Waldo Emerson: "Nothing great in life can ever be accomplished without enthusiasm."
  • It could even go somewhere…
    It could even go somewhere…
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