Easts Tiger Women’s Program

WELCOME NIGHT

Our welcome night is a great opportunity for players to meet the staff/coaches and to hear about key dates and information regarding the 2023 season.
We strongly encourage all our new and current players to attend!

WHEN: 8th December 2022
WHERE: Easts RUC
TIME: 6:30pm – 7:30pm

*food & drinks provided*

PRE XMAS TRAINING:

WHEN: Monday & Wednesday nights
TIME: 6pm – 7:30pm
DATES: 12/12/22 – 21/12/22

2023 SEASON TRAINING:

WHEN: Monday & Wednesday nights
TIME: 6pm – 7:30pm
COMMENCES: 16/01/2023

 

Please contact Tyrell Barker, Easts Rugby Manager, to arrange an individual meeting about your Rugby career, or if you require further information.
M: 0415 675 295
E: [email protected]

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