Welcome to Easts Tigers Girls 7s, 2018.
Aim: To provide participation pathway for female sevens participants for ages 10-18
Focus: To dovetail with the existing South East Queensland Female Sevens Season and clearly demonstrate a participation pathway for girls to progress from non-contact to tackle sevens rugby
Competition Age Groups:
Season 1, 2 & 3
Under 10 – Females born 2009, 2008
Under 12 – Females born 2006, 2007
Under 14 – Females born 2004, 2005
Under 16 – Females born 2003, 2002
Under 18 – Females born 2001, 2000
If this is your first season with Easts or in fact rugby, then welcome to our club. Navigating your way around new websites, training fields on a Friday night, getting to know new parents of equally excited or bewildered players and knowing who to ask when you have a question are all part of the fun that goes with joining a club such as Easts. The first thing you should know is that the club is run by volunteers and your support is greatly appreciated. It is difficult to know who to offer your assistance to so the first port of call is our Club Manager – Julie Laws – who works Monday to Friday in the clubhouse office.
The management committee is also a voluntary group of dedicated individuals who appreciate any offers of assistance. The Club appoints a volunteer “coach” from within the teams parent group to run the program from 5.00pm – 6.00pm on Friday night to guide and develop the boys & girls. Any parent wishing to volunteer for a coaching or management position is to contact our Director of Rugby – Pat Richards or Erin Toohey firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: 2018 Coaching and Management.
All further information and guidelines can be found in Documents section on this website.
What to wear? Game day: Jerseys are supplied by the club and the team manager may organise a roster of parents to wash the team set each week. Turn up to the game in the Game Day Shirt , Easts shorts and socks (available for purchase from the tiger shop) and moulded football boots, blades or sports shoes (joggers/runners). Any additional playing gear ie head gear must be IRB approved. We encourage parents to get into the spirit of the game and purchase a club polo to wear. Training nights players can wear the above outfit as well or last years shirt.
How can I help? The club relies heavily on parents to fill a range of volunteer roles during the course of the year.
Each team requires the following positions to be filled:
- Coach Smart Rugby, Member Protection, Codes of Conduct, Blue card & Concussion Management
- Manager Concussion Management, Member Protection, Blue card & Attend Rugby Link managers session
- Touch judge As per Brisbane Junior Rugby guidelines.
- Field marshal For home games only, training provided at Clubhouse at start of season
- Referee Referee Kids Course or Level 1 or higher accreditation. Home games only.
- Match Officials Smart Rugby & Member Protection
Referees for U10 to U18 are supplied by Queensland Rugby Referees Association
- Merchandise Assistance with the Tiger Shop
- Sponsorship Assistance with securing sponsorship for the club and team jerseys
- Fundraising Assistance with raffles and organising parents to participate in club functions. eg Annual Dinner, Ladies Day
Training: Friday nights from 5:00pm-6:00pm
Game day: Sunday at a selected venue and time tbc
Is there players Insurance? The club employs appropriately trained sports medicine staff to attend all home games. Their advice is to be taken by game officials (referees, coaches, managers and parents) regarding injuries to players and the ability of the player to continue playing.
One sports medic will be engaged per full size field in operation.
Information regarding the insurance paid on your behalf from your registration fees can be found on Rugby Australia’s website.