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Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Important - read this!!

Although we may have some training sessions before then (especially the U17s) the season officially starts on Sunday 3rd September and the most important feature of that first Sunday will be Registration.

It is essential that you bring the following with you that day:
  • A parent or someone else who can complete and sign lots of forms about you (see note 1)
  • A chequebook/bank account details for your membership fees (see note 2)
  • Two photographs for identity cards (see note 3)


1. "Parent" Aged co-habitant of your home. AKA the "free taxi service". Notable for their unaccountable obsession over things like tidy bedrooms. This is the only weekend when you really do have to bring them along with you, and they can leave as soon as they have signed various documents which are kind of important as without their autographs on the dotted line you can't play. Or even train. Simple as that. So on the 3rd remember - parent! Don't leave home without one!

2. "Membership fees". £60 per year, or £5 per month - with very significant reductions available if you have brothers or sisters who are also members. Can be paid as a one off amount or as a monthly standing order. At just over £1 per week this is a staggeringly good deal by the standards of pretty much any sports club anywhere - but more importantly if you don't pay up you're not insured!!!!! This means that if you were to get injured, or more importantly if you were to injure someone else, it could get quite expensive. Including for you.

Note: new players will obviously have a few weeks grace, and if you pay by Standing Order and later leave then obviously you can cancel that order.

3. Photographs & ID cards. All boys who play rugby have always had to have RFU ID cards with the photograph, age etc. - but this has not applied to girls as RFUW do not run such a scheme. However last season there were occasional questions raised about how old some girls were (especially in some of our U14 opponents) and so, to ensure that at least we are covered, the club has decided to extend registration to the girls teams as well. So you will need to bring with your two photographs.

If you don't then hopefully Mark may be around to take some - but you will then have to put up with whatever image emerges.

This ends the first reminder. Please make appropriate notes on your calendars/diaries/mobile phones. Now.

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