RULES AND FEES
Auskick fees are $160 for the season. the registration includes an AFL Auskick pack, which includes:
Football - Backpack - Cap
Pump - Footy Cards
Album - Activity Book
PUPS TO YEAR 6
Junior fees are $180 for the season.
YEAR 7 TO YEAR 12
Youth fees are $210 for the season.
** Registrants that hold a valid Health Care card will qualify for KidSport funding to cover their club fees. Please Register your details online and in lieu of payment submit your KidSport application . Once approved you must update your Voucher code online or email to the Treasurer for processing.**
WHAT IS KIDSPORT?
KidSport enables Western Australian children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances. Eligible youth aged 5–18 years can apply for financial assistance to contribute towards club fees. The fees will go directly to the registered KidSport clubs through their participating local government.
To be eligible for Kidsport your child must hold a current Health Care Card, or Pension concession Card. Alternatively you may be referred through an authorised agency. Please complete the online KidSport application for full terms and conditions, or Refer to the Kidsport website.
KIDSPORT APPLICATION PROCESS
1 – Complete the application form online listing “Roleystone Tigers JFC” as the club you wish to join.
2 – Once you have been approved an email with a Voucher Code will be provided to you
3 – This Voucher Code MUST be forwarded to our Club Treasurer Tony EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each age group has a set of rules to which are played by in the season, the following is provided to enable all players and supporters to read and understand each age groups rules of the game:
WAFC JUNIOR CLUB MANUAL
(Includes Code of Conduct)
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
SPIRIT OF FOOTBALL IN WA
Every participant understands that Junior Football in Western Australia is delivered to the Community with the Spirit of the Game in mind.
It is incumbent on every participant irrespective of their place in the game, to ensure that they will:
Not focus on winning at all cost and understand that the role of Junior Football is to foster the development of Junior Players, Volunteers, Umpires, Coaches and Officials. Learning to win and lose is part of the developmental journey of a participant but must remain secondary to the primary focus of junior player development.
Maximise the enjoyment and development of junior footballers.
Provide our children with a game environment that is safe, fun and fair.
Ensure that the values which add to the spirit of our game, which include fairness, equality, respect and teamwork are encouraged and celebrated.
Uphold, promote and protect the Rules, Laws, Codes, Policies and Spirit of the game.
Not accept poor behaviours around our game and deter practices that undermine our games environments (Coaching, Playing, Volunteering, Spectating and Umpiring).
Adhere to any directive issued by the games controlling bodies in the best interests of achieving the above.
The environments that we create at our junior clubs will significantly impact on our ability to recruit and retain participants and volunteers, so please be mindful that this is junior sport, and that everyone should take on a leadership role when it comes to setting the right behaviour and expectations. This is not about us as adults; this is their game, so let’s ensure that we all continue to create a positive game day environment for our children.