Batemans Bay Tigers to host inaugural Ladies Nines Knockout at Mackay Park on Saturday, February 10t
The Batemans Bay Tigers will host their inaugural Ladies Nines Knockout at Mackay Park on Saturday, February 10th 🐯 The knockout is open to all teams interested in participating, with a limit of 16 teams taking the field on the day. We are pleased to have former reserve grade coach and 1st grade player Rod Wright join the coaching ranks and will be guiding the ladies league tag team this season, the girls will benefit from Rods passion and experience in a footy jersey. ✏️ Details and Nominations - bit.ly/2GdzNZi
Plenty of interest is expected for the inaugural tournament, which will be a one-day competition open to all teams interested in participating, with a limit of sixteen teams.
Teams interested in playing are being encouraged to register early so they don’t miss out.
The winners will receive $1400 prize money, with runners up receiving $700,
There will also be prizemoney on offer for plate winners ($600), plate runners-up ($300) and a Lucky team prize of $200 will also be awarded.
With almost 50% of all nationally registered female players competing in CRL tackle and tag competitions and the NRL unveiling a Women’s Premiership, stand-alone State of Origin match, National Championship and Jillaroos international matches in 2018, Women’s Rugby League continues to grow in both Regional NSW and across the country.
A non-refundable nomination fee of $200 per team will need to be paid at time of nomination and registrars will need to quote their team name as a reference.