Raiders NRL Holiday Clinic Wed 8 July

NRL will be conducting a fun holiday clinic at Les Burger Fields.
 
Available for boys and girls of primary school age.
Wednesday 8th July 2015
Day starts at 11am (registrations from 10.30am) - Day ends by 2pm
Cost $40.00 (incl. fruit break, lunch, NRL gift pack and lots of fun skills)
 
All participants must register online at the link below:
www.playnrl.com
scroll down to find a holiday clinic; enter postcode 2487; scroll down and click on Cabarita Beach; click view available program details
Any enquiries: Mike Donnelly M. 0418 621 259,  mdonnelly@nrl.com.au


TCRJRL now on Facebook

Please like us on Facebook we will have info on training, ground closures and game updates etc.

https://www.facebook.com/tweedcoastraidersjrl



Rule changes for Mini and Modified games

Australia's Rugby League Modified Games Program for 6 to 12 year old players will undergo its first substantial law changes since their introduction in 1982.

A full review of Mini Footy (now  6 to 9 years) and Mod League (10 to 12 years) was undertaken by the NRL in partnership with a Sydney University Research Team, where trial data was analysed during the period 2009-2014.

"Feedback from players, coaches, parents and Referees indicated that fun, skill development and increased participation were key factors in recruiting young players and then retaining them in the game for longer," said NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg.

Experimental laws were trialed across Australia over the five years resulting in changes to commence in 2015. These include:

• the elimination of scrums in the Modified Games;
• the clarification of the place / tap kick re-start to the non-scoring team across the 6 – 12 year age group;
• the standardisation of the Zero Tackle across "the whole of game";
• the elimination of conversion attempts in the 6- and 7-year age groups to generate more performance time in these formative years;
• the introduction of a "Chance" rule in the Under 6s; and,
• a "Two Pass Variation" law for Mod League participants.



Amart Community Kickback

AMART'S COMMUNITY KICKBACK

Amart’s Community Kickbacks, is community program that passes rewards back to our club team. Just Register as a Amart Member and when you shopping at Amart All Sports tell them you are from Tweed Coast Raiders JRL and the Club will recieve 5% of the purchase price. To learn more go to Amart All Sport website

 



Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline is a free 24 hour counselling service for Australian kids and young people aged 5-25 years. You can get help over the phone, email or web.

The counsellors talk with more than 6,000 kids and teenagers each week, and help with all sorts of problems, big and small.

If you need to talk to someone now, please call 1800 55 18001800 55 1800, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.



Wet Weather and Ground Closures

If the weather is bad, please keep an eye on this section for up to date information as whether or not training is on or if games have been cancelled.

You can also check if Council operated fields are open during the wet weather by clicking on the following link to the Tweed Shire Council :-

http://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/Sportsfields




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