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Carrara Saints FC

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7 hours ago

Carrara Saints FC

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10 hours ago

Carrara Saints FC

The AFL Queensland Junior Football Umpiring Program Umpire4Fun! involves all umpire training, education, support and ongoing development for our Queensland club based umpires officiating U8’s – U10’s. Club Umpires must be 12 turning 13 in the year they register in order to be a part of the program.

TO REGISTER FOR THE JUNIOR FOOTBALL UMPIRE PROGRAM, UMPIRE4FUN! membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?aID=7429&pKey=31cd66dec4c2000debdcebf718cb62e1&cID=60544&for....

Tailored to meet the umpires’ needs, Umpire4Fun provides:

· Initial and ongoing training through the year

· Content relative to experience – sessions broken into first year and second year + club umpires

· Training sessions located close to home to minimise travel requirements

· Session content aligned to specifically to the fundamentals of umpiring, and the junior modified rules.

Umpires receive free of charge:

· An Umpiring starter pack (including bag, whistle, cap and sweatbands – paid for by club, subsidised by AFL Queensland)

· An umpiring uniform (paid for by club, subsidised by AFL Queensland)

· An Umpiring Manual – outlining everything umpires need to know

· Match payments per game (rate set by the individual club)

· Upon successful completion of the program (see training schedule for details), a certificate of completion.

There are three education and super session blocks throughout the year, located at venues across South East Queensland.

Umpires may also attend any of the AFL Queensland League Appointed Umpires training sessions throughout the year to help develop their umpiring.

TO REGISTER FOR THE JUNIOR FOOTBALL UMPIRE PROGRAM, UMPIRE4FUN! membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?aID=7429&pKey=31cd66dec4c2000debdcebf718cb62e1&cID=60544&for...
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The AFL Queensland Junior Football Umpiring Program Umpire4Fun! involves all umpire training, education, support and ongoing development for our Queensland club based umpires officiating U8’s – U10’s. Club Umpires must be 12 turning 13 in the year they register in order to be a part of the program.

TO REGISTER FOR THE JUNIOR FOOTBALL UMPIRE PROGRAM, UMPIRE4FUN! https://membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?aID=7429&pKey=31cd66dec4c2000debdcebf718cb62e1&cID=60544&formID=37437. 

Tailored to meet the umpires’ needs, Umpire4Fun provides:

·       Initial and ongoing training through the year

·       Content relative to experience – sessions broken into first year and second year + club umpires

·       Training sessions located close to home to minimise travel requirements

·       Session content aligned to specifically to the fundamentals of umpiring, and the junior modified rules.

Umpires receive free of charge:

·       An Umpiring starter pack (including bag, whistle, cap and sweatbands – paid for by club, subsidised by AFL Queensland)

·       An umpiring uniform (paid for by club, subsidised by AFL Queensland)

·       An Umpiring Manual – outlining everything umpires need to know

·       Match payments per game (rate set by the individual club)

·       Upon successful completion of the program (see training schedule for details), a certificate of completion.

There are three education and super session blocks throughout the year, located at venues across South East Queensland.

Umpires may also attend any of the AFL Queensland League Appointed Umpires training sessions throughout the year to help develop their umpiring.

TO REGISTER FOR THE JUNIOR FOOTBALL UMPIRE PROGRAM, UMPIRE4FUN! https://membership.sportstg.com/regoform.cgi?aID=7429&pKey=31cd66dec4c2000debdcebf718cb62e1&cID=60544&formID=37437

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Can the girls 13s?

2 days ago

Carrara Saints FC

Team Training This Week at Nerang high school.
Girls Monday and Wednesday 4.20 arrive for 4.30 start.
11’s and 12’s Thursday only this week. 4.15 arrive 4.30 start.
14’s and 16’s Tuesday and Thursday 4.30 .
8’s, 9’s and 10’s Wednesday at the club on oval 2 located near the community centre.
BYO drink bottle.
Quick reminder don’t forget to register 😀
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Girls training is on 😀

Hey sorry is that for boys aged 11s and 12s too only Thursday?

3 days ago

Carrara Saints FC

Quick Q and A regarding Community Cup

Q • What age groups are in Community Cup?
A • 12.5, 13.5 Girls, 14.5, 15.5 Girls. 16.5, 17.5 Girls.
Q • What is the age cut off now?
A • Please see attached picture.
Q • When is Community Cup starting?
A • Community Cup starts the weekend of the 27/28/29 March.
Q • What days will Community Cup be played?
A • Community Cup will be played on Friday evenings and Sundays.
Q • How many players are on the field?
A • There are now 16 players on the field for Community Cup.
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Quick Q and A regarding Community Cup

Q • What age groups are in Community Cup?
A • 12.5, 13.5 Girls, 14.5, 15.5 Girls. 16.5, 17.5 Girls.
Q • What is the age cut off now?
A • Please see attached picture.
Q • When is Community Cup starting?
A • Community Cup starts the weekend of the 27/28/29 March.
Q • What days will Community Cup be played?
A • Community Cup will be played on Friday evenings and Sundays.
Q • How many players are on the field?
A • There are now 16 players on the field for Community Cup.Image attachment

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So is Community Cup a new name given for this years Junior Competition? And will my son Dylan be playing 3 years in U14 because his birthday is 1/8/06?