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PLAYER REGISTRATION Balannce must be paid in full by the first competition game, unless a previous agreement has been received in writing to the executive committee, and has been authorised by the executive committee.

ONLINE REGISTRATION The NRL has introduced a new rule that requires returning players to complete registration online.

Have not registered an email address or username with NRL before?

Contact Head Blue Haven player registrar Jade Robertson will provide you a username & password.

I HAVE NRL REGISTRATION If you have previously registered online with the NRL, follow the very easy prompts Click Here  

REGISTRATION PAYMENT You have the choice of paying online (transaction fee applies by LeagueNet).

Pay registration fees club training Tuesday + Thursday (Venue TBA)

GET INVOLVED We welcome everyone with an interest and passion within ours and the surrounding communities to become a valuable volunteer. Your skills will help provide Girls & Boys opportunities to participate and enjoy the rewards that junior rugby league provides, and enjoy lifelong friendships.

PLAYERS UNIFORM Players must wear Blue Haven JRL uniform on match day, being, Club Shorts, Club Socks and Club Jersey.

Any player found not adhering to this rule, may incur a fine from the league to our club, which may be passed onto the player concerned.

Blue Haven Raiders JRLC will not allow a player to take or wear a team jersey home at any time. Club jerseys is to be returned to the team coaching staff at the completion of games.

PLAYERS DISCIPLINE Blue Haven JRL has a 3 strike rule. Swearing and bad behaviour from players will not be tolerated at training or on game day. Each time a player is found swearing or misbehaving, he/she will receive: 1 strike. 3 Strikes means the player will Miss A Game!

PARENT/GUARDIAN/OFFICALS DISCIPLINE Any parent/guardian or official found abusing referees, club officials, or other parents, shall be found to be in breach of the Blue Haven Raiders JRLC constitution and the CCDJRL, CRL & NRL Code of Conduct. Any breach shall warrant disciplinary action from the club executive committee, and may find further action by CCDJRL and CRL.

INCIDENTS/INJURIES/SEND OFFS AT AWAY GAMES All incidents that occur at away games must be brought to the attention of the Club Secretary no later than 5pm on game day.  A written report must follow within 48 hours.

 
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LEAGUE NEWS & INFO

  • Blues brothers get behind Gallen
    ANGRY NSW State of Origin players are privately banding together to protest the treatment of their inspirational skipper Paul Gallen.
  • Rabbitohs steal rising rugby star
    NRL PREMIERS South Sydney may have lost Sam Burgess to rugby union, but they’ve signed an Australian schoolboy right out of The Scots College.
  • Blue skies for Ennis in the Shire
    IT is always strange seeing a star player pull on a different footy jumper. They almost look out of place — but not new Sharks recruit Michael Ennis.
  • Dugan: I can replace Hayne as Blues? No.1
    JOSH Dugan, once deemed too toxic for the NSW State of Origin side, now wants to replace Jarryd Hayne as its poster boy.
  • Eels sign Watmough on four-year deal
    ANTHONY Watmough’s long-awaited move to the Eels has been finalised, with the club set to unveil the new recruit at a press conference on Friday.
  • England hones wrestling technique
    ENGLAND believe they have closed the gap on Australia when it comes to wrestling in rugby league and are preparing to showcase their new physicality.
  • No nerves for Roo rookie Mata?utia
    HE IS 18-years-old and training alongside players he once had posters of, so naturally Sione Mata’utia wanted what every kid his age does – a selfie.
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