The status of play of the ground is the jurisdiction of PARRAMATTA COUNCIL Not NORTH ROCKS JUNIOR RUGBY UNION
Train on Wednesday Nights 5.45pm to 7.15pm
Coach: Shane Kelleway 0402 787 334 email@example.com
Training night Tuesdays 5.30 - 7pm
Training Nights .
Tuesday: 5.30 to 7pm
Thursday: 6 to 7.30pm
Coach: Tim Orphan
Manager: Frank Mersall / Dianne Orphan
MATCH DAY RULES AND GUIDELINES
North Rocks Junior Rugby Union Season Information
Our Teams for 2020
Minis U6 to U9 will play on a Saturday and they will follow the Home and Away format with the teams within our District Clubs our home field is Kingsdene Oval.
Our junior teams whom are U10 to U17 will play on a Sunday in the Sydney Competition. The U17 & 18 are a combined team and are called Opens.
Coaches and Managers
All Coaches and Managers should have attended a smart rugby course. All Coaches are encouraged to attend the appropriate Coaching Course/s for their age group. All the course information including dates can be found found at www.rugby.com.au then select Try Rugby and Coaching, National Course Calendar.
All information regarding the rule changes, amendments can also be found at www.rugby.com.au. The web site contains many resources that are beneficial to Parents, Coaches and Managers.
The Junior Rugby Union is governed by The Sydney Juniors Rugby Union and their website is www.sjru.com.au
Import Rule - it is important that everyone understands the import rule. See the SJRU Info Menu under juniors or go the SRJU Web Site for the Competition Rules.
The Club supplies the players with a jersey for the season only except for U17 whom keep theirs as price of the registration fee this jersey is designed by the team.
It is a requirement for all ages to wear a mouth guard.
Jerseys - Each team is supplied for jerseys for the year. (A deposit of $50 will be required at registration and will be refunded when the jersey is returned at the end of the season).
Ball Size 2 is used in U6 & U7 age groups
Ball Size 3 is used in U8 & U9 age groups
In the case of rain, please contact the grounds Council to find out if they ground is open to play.
Wet Weather Phone Update - +61 2 9294 8586
(The line is updated at 3:00pm on weekdays and before 7:00am on Saturdays.)
Playing on wet fields can cause grounds damage and may also be unsafe for players. Sporting hires and grounds users must observe any necessary sporting field closures, as liability for the cost of rectifying any damage will be incurred.
To check on the status of a sports ground during wet weather, contact the Wet Weather Line, which is updated weekdays at 2.30pm and Saturdays before 7am.
As all correspondence for North Rocks Junior Rugby Union is via:
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Season Information is updated on the Web Site www.northrocksjuniorrugby.com
The Rugby Learning Centre is available and ready for Parents and Coaches to complete the required training courses.
- Ground Marshal
- Assistance Referee Kids Rugby U8-U12
- Member Protection Contact Program for the nominated Club person
- Smart Rugby – a requirement for EVERY U8 and above Coach
To name a few.
How to access:
1. Rugby Learning Centre - https://rugby.force.com/rugbyportal/
2. Login with your Rugbylink user (from last year) Please ensure that you are logging as the Parent and not child when completing these online modules. The accreditation is marked against the login record.
3. Click on Rugby Learning Centre
4. Click on Browse Learning, and click on the course .
- SJRU strongly suggests that each Club start encouraging potential AR, Ground Marshal, helpers to complete the relevant courses.
- All U8 and above Coaches MUST have a minimum of Smart Rugby accreditation.
- SJRU recommends that all Assistant Coaches also complete the Smart Rugby accreditation.
- Its encourage each Coach to improve themselves by completing Modules under Become a Coach and Coaching.
Refereeing appointments can usually be organised around a person’s availability. If someone is going to be at a ground anyway (perhaps as a player coach or team manager or assistant referee or supporter, etc.), then refereeing an earlier or later match while there makes a fair bit of sense. There is a longstanding tradition of referees also being active members of senior and junior Rugby clubs.
A click on this link takes you to the Referee Recruitment page of the Sydney West RRA website. Here you’ll find background to the match official role, an overview of the two types of Rugby referees (fully accredited and Pathway) and an explanation of the process for becoming a referee.
Those interested in becoming a fully accredited referee register for and attend the Foundation Course. Those interested in refereeing only the Pathway age groups register for and attend the Refereeing Kids Rugby U8-U12 Course.
Rugby Australia’s 2019 education program can be viewed by clicking here. For convenience, a list of Foundation Courses and Refereeing Kids Rugby (RKR) Courses currently scheduled for the Sydney metropolitan area is provided below.
Please find below information disseminated from SJRU, including rules, changes etc.