Frequently Asked Questions

What Junior age groups are there?

Southern Districts is planning to field teams in the U6, U7, U8, U9, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18 age groups for the 2018 season.  Both boys and girls are welcome to join our teams. 


If we are not fielding a team in your child's age group please contact the club as we can generally arrange for your child to play rugby in a team environment in which they feel safe and secure.

When are training days?

Training days are Tuesday and Thursdays for most teams. 


Our Pathways teams (U6-U10's) only train on Thursdays at 5:30pm, and our Junior teams (U11-U16's) train Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30, except for our U16's which train at 6:00pm on these days.  


Our Seniors train Tuesday and Thursdays at 6:30pm, and our Masters train (a game of touch rugby) on Thursday's only at 6:30pm.

How do I pay my registration fees?

Fees for the 2018 must be paid through Rugby Link's self-registration system.  It is an online system and requires either a credit-card or debit-card for payment.  An initial part-payment must be paid before a player can play in any game.  Further payments can be paid at a later date until all the fees are paid in full.  You can logon to Rugby Link's registration system here.

What if I don't have a credit-card?

If you don't have a credit-card or debit-card there are a number of options for you to pay your registration fees.  You can apply through your bank for one of these cards or you can buy a pre-paid Visa gift card and use this to pay for your fees.


If you are having difficulty obtaining a credit-card or debit-card, or paying registration fees for any reason, please talk to a Club Official.  We will do whatever we can to assist you in paying your registration fees, but all fees must be paid for the season.

How much are registration fees for the 2018 season?

You can find the cost of your registration fees  on our 2018 Registration Fees page

What am I entitled to under the ARU Insurance Component of my Fees?

The ARU Insurance Plan provides basic levels of cover for players and others participating in Rugby and consists of four coverage areas:

  • Sports Personal Injury
  • Sports Public and Products Liability
  • Sports Professional Indemnity 
  • Club Management Liability

For players, it is a basic level of cover and does not replace the need for Medicare or Private Health Insurance.  Further information on your entitlements.  


If you need any assistance with making a claim please approach one of the Club Officials.