Chester Hill Player Vacancies U9, U12 & U16

Chester Hill Hornets

The Chester Hill Hornets still require a few players for their under 9, under 12 and under 16 sides in 2012. It's not too late register and be part of a club that is rebuilding in 2012 in a new and positive direction.

Under 9's: Looking for 3 players born in the years 2003 or 2004 - male or female.

Under 12's: Looing for 4 players born in the years 2000 or 2001 - male or female.

Girls can play in Junior League clubs up until and including under 12's competition.

Both sides require players new to the game or exisiting to help the others get on the field each and every week. Registration is cheap.

The Under 16's are an established 1st Division side in the Inner City Combined Competition. There are still vacancies in the squad for players wanting to develop their games playing in a well coached side alongside established Bulldogs Harold Matthews representative players in a tough as nails competition. Players who are born in the years 1996 or 1997 can play in the under 16's competition.

There's also a few vacancies in all sides if you're interested in being a part of the Hornets in 2012 and it's never too late to be a part of the club that is progressing along nicely.

For more information about being involved with the Hornets in 2012 please contact Adam Williams on 0421 705 453 or email a74.williams@hotmail.com.

Attached is the ARL National Player Registration Form .... Print this form and bring to registrations or training at Terry Lamb Complex, Banool St, Chester Hill. All new players are required to provide birth certificate, passport or drivers licence ID upon registration.


Pleased read the Age Ready Recknor to ensure you end up the right age group in 2012.

CHESTER HILL HORNETS
Contact: Adam Williams
Mobile: 0421 705 453
Email: a74.williams@hotmail.com  

Home Ground: Terry Lamb Complex
Address: Banool St, Chester Hill
Website:
www.chesterhillhornets.com




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