Here is how to register for Holy Cross Rhinos season 2020: 1. Head to PlayRugbyLeague.com 2. Search using your postcode, suburb or club name – Holy Cross Rhinos 3. Browse the list of results or use the filter to narrow down search 4. Choose the club you wish to join and click “Register”. 5. Login with your NRL Account or create a new account. Any existing registration profiles from previous season which used the same email as your NRL account will automatically link for your convenience. 6. Select the participant you wish to register or add a new participant. 7. Complete the registration form. 8. Want to use your active kids voucher? Click HERE or link below. https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-active-kids-voucher
Please ensure you register online ASAP (it doesn't cost anything). Any new officials to the Rhinos club will need to also supply working with children number (WWC) and photo. Don't delay, start the online process now so we are all organised prior to the first game.
Registration for 2020 Season NOW OPEN - Contact Millie - email@example.com We welcome new and re-registering players: Under 6s: Free Under 7s - Upwards: $100
FREE jersey, shorts, socks, training gift on presentation day 2019 included in 2019 registration
DON'T DELAY - The more people register before the end of March, the easier it is for us to organise teams, kits, coaches, trainers and team managers.
Holy Cross Rhinos is a family friendly community oriented Junior Rugby League Football Club and was awarded the coveted prize of NRL Grass Roots Club of the Year in 2012.
The Rhinos encourage players to do their best, play fair and enjoy themselves.
Spirit of SportsmanshipThe League are appealing for your help to stamp out unsocial behaviour from our game. The majority of people are hardworking volunteers who give their all to get the kids on the field. Please spread the word:
Spectators are NOT permitted to enter the playing area regardless of what is happening on the field
There is NO room in our game for players who want nothing but to pick a fight
Coaches DO NOT have the right to belittle opposition players OR their own players
Trainers are bound by NRL Rules for Trainers and must abide by them
Referees officiate to the very best of their ability. Treat them with respect and do not berate them for simple errors.
It is the responsibility of ALL to ensure our game is played and watched with a strong spirit of sportsmanship.