MORE INFO

We recommend mixed teams of 10 people. Each team requires at least 4 females and a minimum group of 9, but the preferred mix is 5 females and 5 males. 

 

Each team has 3 males and 3 females (or juniors under 14 at the start of the competition) on the field at once. You need to be 9 years old to play on Wednesday nights and 12 years old to play on Monday nights.

Juniors aged 9-13 and adults over 60 years old count towards the 'female' requirement of 3 females on the field at once.

We have a player fill in group on Facebook that can be found here. https://www.facebook.com/groups/731668630542065/ 

Our Facebook page can be found by searching for Geelong Touch. www. facebook.com/geelongtouch

Fees are set at $135 for adults and $80 for juniors under 19 per season (Monday and Wednesdays). The junior program fee will be free (Friday nights).

We hold a few come and try days on the Sunday afternoons before the start of our competition that gives new players a chance to give it a go. 

People interested in playing on both nights in summer can email geelongtouchassociation@hotmail.com and request a discount voucher after they register for the first night. The discount voucher can be used to reduce the second night fee by 50% when registering for the second night.

CODE OF CONDUCT

You accept the code of conduct when registering;

Be a good sport. Respect all good play whether from your team or the opposition
and shake hands with, and thank, the opposition players and officials after the
game – win, lose or draw.
Participate for your own enjoyment and benefit.
Always respect the Referee’s decision.
Never become involved in acts of foul play.
Honour both the spirit and letter of the competition rules and live up to the highest
ideals of ethics and sportsmanship; avoid gamesmanship, and respect the
traditions of the game.
Never engage in disrespectful conduct of any sort including profanity, sledging,
obscene gestures, offensive remarks, trash-talking, taunting or other actions
that are demeaning to other players, officials or supporters.
Care for and respect the facilities and equipment made available to you during
training and competition.
Safeguard your health; don’t use any illegal or unhealthy substances.
Recognise that many Officials, Coaches and Referees are Volunteers who give
up their time to provide their services. Treat them with the utmost respect.
Do not bet or otherwise financially speculate, directly or indirectly, on the
outcome or any other aspect of a Rugby League match or competition in which
you are involved.