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Frequently Asked Questions

When is training?

Training is on Tuesday 5pm and 6pm on Andrew Petrie Oval, Woollahra 2 and Woollahra 3. See the Training and Grounds Page for more details

When and where do they play?

Saturday mornings at Nagle Park,  the first games start at 8.30 for the U6s.

Which age group is my child in?

My child turns 7 this year. They would play in the Under 7s.

I want to talk to someone about my child's rugby.

Reach out to the age coordinator for your age group. Find Bays Contacts here.

What age group does tackle start?

Tackle starts in the Under 8s.

When will I receive the uniform?

You will receive your training & playing kit at the start of the season, at the first training session. More info on this will be provided on this via Teamapp closer to the date.

What happens after the U9s?

You will move across to Easts Junior Beasties with other Minis players from the Wallaroos and Bondi Breakers and train on Thursday night and play on Sundays.

In the Juniors (you are moving up from Minis), teams are graded which means teams are based on ability. This indicates your child may not be playing with their friends, please talk to your child and explain this.

The selection process involves trials which have an independent selector process. Your child will be asked the preferred positions they would like to play, please ensure you have had that conversation with your child.

They may not know the position - but they will need to know if they are a forward or a back.  It takes several weeks to work through this and there may be player movement as we work towards getting the right combination.  Players must know they may move from one team to another.

The games are played all over Sydney and are generally in the mornings for the U10s. Half the games are home games and half are away games. A normal season is 14 games, before moving into the Championship round of two games if your team is successful and makes it to the final.

Parents have a more active role in the Juniors - no game can start unless each team as an Assistant Referee (Linesman) and a Ground Marshall.  Those roles get appointed each week by your Team Manager and is communicated via Teamapp. There are training courses for both those roles on Rugby Explorer - Ground Marshall (approx 40 mins), Assistant Referee (approx 2 hours) - when registrations open, register yourself as a volunteer and you will be able to access those courses.  Every volunteer has to be registered on Rugby Explorer to be able to volunteer.

Please ensure you join Easts Junior Beasties Teamapp to get all your communication. There is a separate group to join for the U10s.

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