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Positions Vacant –

Hay Magpies Rugby League Club

Players for Season 2015

Hay Magpies is currently seeking the services of players to join the Club for the 2015 season.

We will be fielding five teams; under 16s, under 18s, ladies league tag, reserve grade and first grade.
We primarily require the services of first and reserve grade forwards, but are keen to hear from any interested players.

We are a family orientated, enthusiastic and pro-active Club,

taking part in the Group 20 competition - affiliated with Country Rugby League on NSW.
Hay, in the Riverina area of NSW, is a small but vibrant community, which has a great history of welcoming newcomers to our community. We are currently experiencing an economic boom, with the construction of the world’s largest cotton gin now underway.

Hay Magpies will assist potential players with their relocation to Hay, by providing links to potential employers and housing providers, as well as forwarding any community information required (employment agencies, schools, medical facilities etc).
More information about our Club can be found on Hay Magpies

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hay-Magpies/379532415418868  Information about our town can be found on

Hay Shire Council’s website at hay.nsw.gov.au. 

countrychange.com.au

has additional information regarding moving to rural NSW, including relation grants and financial assistance which potential players may be eligible for .
Living, working and playing in Hay, part of rural Australia, will assist international visitors and working visa holders successfully apply for a second year Australian working holiday visa.

Expressions of interest or questions regarding season 2015 should be forwarded to;
The Secretary
Hay Magpies Rugby League Club
PO Box 290
Hay NSW 2711

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or via Facebook.

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