More Players Needed for 2014 Season
Wednesday, 26 February 2014
We are still looking for more players in the following age groups:
U5, U7, U10, U11, U12, U14, U15/16 Girls & SW (Div 1/2)
2014 REGISTRATION FEES (Includes team photos)
Under 5: no weekly match fees - $75
Under 6 - Under 8: $100 (+ weekly match fees) or $160* (all inclusive)
Under 9 - Under 16: $120 (+ weekly match fees) or $180* (all inclusive)
* Please note that U6-U16 pay $5.00 weekly match fees OR pay upfront match fees at discounted price. 10% discount on player registration (not including match fees) for 3 or more U5-U16 players from one family.
Methods of payment: cash, cheque (payable to Logan Uniting Church), eftpos and credit card (visa & mastercard) facility.
Just a reminder that NO registrations will be accepted without payment.
UNIFORMS: White shorts ($20) and club socks ($12) will be for sale at Club Day on 22 March 2014.
For registration forms and further information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of the LUCSC Management Team
Mob. 0417 763 087
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