For Coaches, Managers, Trainers, Volunteers and Committee Members Go to www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/checkand follow the prompts. Emailthe Rhinos Grievance Officer- your APP number and your D.O.B. Then take the APP number to the RMS (old RTA Office and get the check). It doesn't cost anything and only takes a few minutes for them to process once you get to the counter. We thank you for your support as this is an important measure to ensure we keep our children safe. <uploaded 16/04/2015>
Holy Cross Grading Policy
For Coaches from U/9s and above Download:rhinos_grading_policy_2020.pdf The Holy Cross Rhinos Junior Rugby League Football Club (‘Rhinos’) has developed and adopted these Team Selection/Grading guidelines (‘the policy’) to provide a transparent framework to assist with the grading of players registered to play in competitive age groups (Under 9’s and above) within the Balmain District Junior Rugby League (‘BDJRL’). The policy will be adhered to where sufficient player registrations in competitive age groups allow for more than one team in that age group to participate in the BDJRL. The aim of the policy is to assess the current level of ability, skill and application of each player to identify the appropriate division for them to participate in. Special circumstances may be considered where appropriate. The policy will ensure compliance with the BDJRL Competition and Local Rules and the NSWRL Policies & Procedures Manual
For all Coaches Download: holy_cross_rhinos_coach-selection-process.pdf The Holy Cross Rhinos Junior Rugby League Football Club (‘Rhinos’) is committed to a fair, consistent and professional recruitment and selection process for the appointment of its coaching staff. Our objective is to appoint suitably motivated & competent volunteers and support them to be quality coaches.
Modified Games Laws
For Minis and Mods There are a number of changes to the Laws of the Modified Games ages (6 – 12 years) for Season 2015, outlined in the Modified Games Changes – 2015 document, see link below. Go to http://www.playnrl.com/changes-to-modified-games-laws/ So, if you are a coach, player, referee, trainer or club administrator, check out the changes. Just so you are aware, the changes include:
No scrums – 6 to 12 year age groups
Tap kick re-start to the non-scoring team after a try as been scored – 6 to 12 year age groups
Zero tackle – to be applied at all ages the same as the International Game
No Conversion attempts – 6 and 7 years only
Chances (for Knock-on and forward pass) in the Under 6’s only
Two Pass Variation – Mod League only
Mod League - Law 13 (First Receiver and Dummy Half)
The league stresses this rule - competition points can be deducted if it is not adhered to.
The player at First Receiver (FR) will be identified with a vest or armband of one colour, and a player at Acting Halfback (dummy half - DH) will be identified with a vest/armband of another colour.
Both players must swap with 2 different players at half time otherwise competition points will be deducted. They cannot simply swap with each other, they must swap with 2 different players.
Team managers need to note on team sheets who the players are performing that role eg: DH1 and FR1 next to the name of players who perform that role in the 1st half and DH2 and FR2 for players who perform that role in the 2nd half.
Any player who performs DH or FR in the 1st half cannot perform either of these roles in the 2nd half, the vests have to go to 2 different players.
Again a reminder, if these rules aren’t followed correctly teams will be stripped of their 2 competition points.