Woy Woy Roosters Junior Rugby League Club has opened registration for its teams.
Training is scheduled to resume on July 1, and round one on 18 July.
“This season, our under-13, under-14 and under-15 teams are playing as combined Umina-Woy Woy teams,” said club secretary Ms Christine Jones.
They would wear “alternate strips” each week to promote both clubs.
Players in these age groups had been asked to register with their home club
Ms Jones said registration and payment would be received online only.
All participants, including players, coaches, trainers and managers, would need an NRL account to register, which required a photo to be uploaded.
For under-6 to under-9 girls and boys the cost was $150, she said.
For under-10 to under-12 girls and boys, and for under-13 to under-17 boys, the cost was $175.
Ms Jones said NSW Active Kids Vouchers would be accepted in part-payment of the fees.
The vouchers may be redeemed at the Service NSW website.
The registration fee covered the cost a club polo shirt, playing shorts and socks, as well as registration insurance, association, ground and referee fees.
Ms Jones said it cost the club more than $300 to put one player on the field, and the shortfall was met by sponsors.
“The Roosters are a proud, community minded, family club,” she said.
“We look forward to welcoming new and returning players.”
With questions, contact Woy Woy Roosters via their webpage or social media accounts.
Media release, 2 May 2020
Christine Jones, WWJRL