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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Rugby League festival: final details

I've had the following from the organisers, which seems to include everything we need. We will have quite an interesting team - a combination of Legends and friends of Sasha and Jess. Assuming everyone can work out the rules (coach Sasha will be ensuring this happens!) it should be a fun afternoon. Details now follow:
Hi All,
Saturday is just a few days away and I hope you are as excited as I am in looking forward to our new opening round of the Merit League. Main details are as follows:
Venue: Hemel Stags RLFC, Pennine Way (right next to the car dealership), Hemel Hempstead, Herts, HP2 5UD (very close to the M1 and M25)
Change Rooms open: Midday
KO and estimated finish: 1pm – 3pm
There are three pitches available and it would be appreciated if teams could get changed into their gear as quickly as possible as there are two change rooms.
Despite Wimbledon taking place at the moment, the forecasters says it will be a shiny day, so let’s hope they are right. I have been told that some teams may not have any subs, we will arrange before each kick off the number of players we will have on the pitch for each individual game. From our perspective, the first round is about getting as many players receiving as much playing time as they like.
The day will run in a round robin format, and depending on the number of confirmed teams, a final game between the top two placed teams.
Registration forms will be present on the day, and I ask that each team manager arranges for these to be filled out by all players for insurance purposes.
Finally, if your team has not confirmed already, please let me know if you are expecting to take part this Saturday or not. The next round is only two weeks away and I am sure you will have a great time and want to join us in South London on the 10th June.
Any further questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Phone calls will work best over the next few days.
Steve Davis
RFL East Regional Development Officer

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