ADELAIDE HILLS TIGERS
For anyone interested. We are starting up the Adelaide Hills Tigers Rugby League Club based in Mt. Barker South Australia.
On Sunday 26 February 2017 there is a Come 'n Try day being held at Anembo Park at 1 - 2 pm followed by an AGM & BBQ.
Boys & girls of all ages are invited to attend.
Our competition will be run on Sunday's so there will be no need to give up your current winter sport.
If you are not familiar with junior Rugby League it is different to the NRL you watch on tv. There are modified rules, field sizes & footballs throughout the different age groups, so safety & fun are two of the main priorities.
Your child will learn skills, everyone will get game time, they will make new friends, & did I mention they will have fun.
Parent's or any adult interested are invited to the AGM to find out what we are about. If you wish to join the Committee that would be awesome as the more people involved the less work everyone has to do, & your child will be grateful that you take an interest in their sport. Remember, we are all volunteers at this level of the sport.
Representatives from NRL SA will be in attendance to answer any questions & assist in forming our club. We have the full support of local councils & the business community.
Hope to see you there. Please pass this on. We want people from Victor Harbor to the Barossa, Murray Bridge to the foothills, & surrounding areas to become involved.
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