Futsal at PCYC – Wednesdays

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Futsal at PCYC – Wednesdays

PCYC
PCYC Roma futsal is under way.
Register your team!!!
Come down meet some people and become a part of a team!!!
Looking to start a competition on Wednesday nights!!!
Get a chance to play the unbeaten Police Team 🙂
Teams consist of 5 player plus substitutes.
Contact Dion at PCYC to register

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Hot Shot Sporting Award – Dominos

Hot Shot Sporting AwardAre you a committee member of a sporting club in the our area? A program we run for clubs is the Dominos “Player of the Week”. We can donate a free pizza award for each round of the season. Contact us via private message for more information on Instagram or Facebook.

So whether it’s cricket , basketball nippers or whatever your sport is, feel free to contact us if you’d like us to sponsor your team.

Facebook Page: Dominos Roma


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Fair Play Vouchers

 FairPlay vouchers are now available for 2021.

The state government programme aimed at assisting families meet the costs of a child joining a sports club.
Families with children aged 5 to 17 years may be eligible for FairPlay and parents or guardians should have a valid health care card or pensioner concession card with the child’s name on it or be identified by a registered referral agent such as a youth worker or child safety officer to be eligible.
Applications close on 17 March 2021 unless vouchers are exhausted prior.
Vouchers should be presented to activity providers by 12 May 2021 and be redeemed by providers by 26 May.
Sport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe says there are many sports and activities to choose from including cricket, tennis, football, basketball, netball, scouts, roller skating, equestrian, calisthenics, canoeing, BMX, cheer-leading and martial arts.
“We have more than 4,500 registered activity providers onboard across the state with a sport or activity to help young Queenslanders get involved in 2021.”
To apply or for more information, visit www.qld.gov.au/fairplayvouchers

More information


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Roma Saints Junior Rugby League Football Club

Roma Saints

The Roma Saints Junior Rugby League Football Club was established in 2017, to provide kids in the Roma and District area the opportunity to play in the local Junior Rugby League competition.

Fielding teams from U/6 right through to U/14’s, the Club’s purpose is to promote, foster, support and encourage kids to play Junior Rugby League. Our motto “Practice with purpose; Play with pride” encapsulates the character of our Club. We stand for integrity, fairness & inclusiveness and believe every child should have the opportunity to play Junior Rugby League. It is our mission to ensure each child who participates in this great sport has fun and enjoys being part of our Club.

For more information:

Email: romasaints@outlook.com

Facebook Page: Roma Saints Junior Rugby League Football Club


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Carnarvon Cubs Junior Rugby League Football Club

Carnarvon Cubs
The Carnarvon Cubs Junior Rugby League Club aims to foster a love for the game of rugby league for school aged children in the Maranoa district.
We get lots of questions about how old Under 6 players need to be.
Here is the Answer:
Children who are currently four but turning five during 2021 are permitted to play as long as their parent or primary caregiver provides written consent.
If you missed our Sign On Day this week and would still like to play with the Cubs in 2021 please do the following:
Register your child with the NRL and The Cubs via playrugbyleague.com
(You can pay your Cubs registration fees via this link too. You must re-register your child every year)

 

For more information:

Facebook Page:  Carnarvon Cubs Junior Rugby League


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Maranoa Magics and South West Women and Girls Rugby League Football

Maranoa Magic & South West Women & Girls Rugby League provides women & girls from across the south west the opportunity to play rugby league.

Maranoa Magic & South West Women & Girls Rugby League was established in November 2011 to provide girls aged between 12 to 18 years the opportunity to play rugby league. In the past, once a girl was over 12 years of age, they were unable to continue playing rugby league unless they travelled to places like Toowoomba or Brisbane if they wished to play.

Email: maranoamagic@hotmail.com

Facebook:  MM & SW WGRL Maranoa Magics


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