Registrations for the 2023 season are open, through the PlayNRL.com website.
All players, coaches, trainers and volunteers must register through the above website.
Registration fees for 2023 are $300 per player U6 – U16 & $350 for Open Men and Open Women.
If you are playing your third or more consecutive season with Parkwood, we offer a $10 discount.
For families with 3 or more players, we offer a 10% discount.
Payment can be made by direct deposit, EFTPOS/credit card or AfterPay.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on payment plans or to obtain the club bank details.
Please note that players are not eligible to play or train unless full payment or a payment plan has been arranged. Uniforms will also not be distributed unless fees have been paid.
New players, volunteers and coaches at Parkwood Sharks must provide proof of identity in the form of either (a) original birth certificate (b) current passport or (c) current driver’s license.
Originals only, copies cannot be accepted.
All registering players must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for completion of paperwork and provide proof of identity as above.
Some families may be eligible for a FairPlay Voucher for their child, which is valued up to $150 and can be applied against registration fees to help offset costs.
Please refer to the following website for further information on the next round of applications:
18 Month Registration
In each Football Year (the period commencing on 1 October in any given year and concluding on 30 September of the subsequent year), players will be classified as Junior players or Senior players. Unless otherwise determined a Junior player covers six (6) years to eighteen (18) years inclusive. A Senior player covers nineteen (19) years and above.
All Junior players that are born in the second half of the calendar year (July 1 – 31 December) are eligible to apply for the 18-Month Registration Window. Only Senior players who attain the age of nineteen (19) years during a Football Year and are born in the second half of the calendar year (July 1 – 31 December) shall be eligible to apply for the 18-Month Registration Window.
Junior Representative players shall not be eligible to apply for the 18-Month Registration Window for a period of two (2) Football Years after which they were selected as a Junior Representative player. A Junior Representative player as defined in these rules is a player who has played in any Development Squad, Local League or School District representative Rugby League.
Please note, this policy is aimed at improving the Rugby League experience for players who fit the following criteria. Please carefully consider your child’s circumstances before applying to play under this policy.
Successful applicants of the 18-Month Registration provision will forfeit the following:
Considerations when identifying players eligible to apply for 18-month registration include, but are not limited to:
A comprehensive list of all successful applicants will be sent to all participating clubs prior to the commencement of the season and is subject for review until the completion of Round 4.
Should any situation or matter arise, not covered by these rules, the matter shall be referred to the Local League, State League or NRL for decision, which will be final.