RFC Player Fees Update

Some players received an email last week from our President, Dave Denyer about fees and registrations. Unfortunately, he sent out an email from last year’s list and some players in the juniors and 17.5 received the wrong information.
Just to confirm that the Reynella Football club has reduced fees due to the season being cut short.

New fees as from the 15th of June 2020. please go to the following links to register as a player

  • Seniors Men: $190 http://www.reynellafc.com.au/grades/seniors
  • Seniors Women: $140 http://www.reynellafc.com.au/grades/womens
  • Men C Grade: $140 http://www.reynellafc.com.au/grades/seniors
  • Boys U17.5: $140 http://www.reynellafc.com.au/grades/seniors
  • Juniors: $110 (Boy U13, U14, U16 & Girls U14, U17) http://www.reynellafc.com.au/grades/juniors

These fees do not include the SANFL player registration fees.

For people who have paid the full fees, please see your team manager and they will collate a list to organise a refund less administration and transaction fees. Please note that the SANFL $15 fees are NON REFUNDABLE.

Minis fees do not change as the season has only lost 3 games and fees still include team photos, end of year trophies, training gear and game day gear.

Minis League – U8, U10, U12 Mixed & U11 Girls

Friday Night training Update

Just a reminder of Friday night training as at 19th June 2020. This may change 

  • U11Girls – 4:45 to 5:45 – Southern side
  • U14Girls – 4:45 to 5:45 – Northern side
  • U10 – 6:00 to 7:00
  • U12 – 7:15 to 8:15
  • All players MUST
    • refer to the training map on where you are training and players can NOT enter other teams training areas
    • wear a mouthguard
    •  bring your own drink bottle
    • come 15-minute earlier to get your temperature check by one of the Minis Committee members in front of the clubrooms first. U10 & U12 players please find your team name and go to that person. U11 & U14 Girls, your team manager will come out to the oval to get this completed.

If you are NOT allocated to a team, please go and see Sis ASAP

A reminder to players that if you entering the clubrooms, you need to take off your footy boots.
NO spectators on the oval at any time. If you wish to watch your child train, you MUST stay in your car.

Club rooms will be open for drinks only. The clubrooms have a limit of people that can be inside. If you do come inside, you are required to be seated and NO ONE is allowed to be standing at the bar unless you are ordering drinks.

Minis Update / U11 Girls Team

All Minis players will receive an email with team allocations by Tuesday night. Please make sure you check your junk/spam box first before you email us.

Reynella will also be organising an under 11 all-girls team as part of the Minis Program.

Please train in your teams as of next week. Training times have changed until further notice and please make sure all players have mouth guards and bring your own drink bottles.

Under 8 – Sunday the 21st of June 8:45 am to 9:45 am
New players, please be at the club at 8:15 am

Under 10 – Friday night – 6 pm to 7 pm
Under 12 – Friday night – 7:15 pm to 8:15 pm

Under 11 Girls – Friday night 4:45 pm to 5:45 pm

Please make sure you are registered with the SFL and filled in the Player request form. please go to http://www.reynellafc.com.au/grades/minis for more details.

More details will be sent through the team app. If you have not downloaded this app, please go to http://www.reynellafc.com.au/mobile-app

COVID-19 Stage 3 update

As per our last message Stage 3 return to play has now been announced with training squads now allowed to be increased to 20. As suggested there have been new protocols announced for Stage 3 – Including the requirement to complete a COVID SAFE Plan for the club.
Attached is the “Return-to-Play-Stage-3-Protocols
All players, coaches, officials, and parents must read this document and adhere to the rules that are put in place – failure to be able to do so will place both the Club and you at risk of being fined.
Training under the Stage 3 rules will commence from Tuesday 2nd June and continue until Stage 4 of “Return to Play” will be released for the following teams only.
  • Boys U13, U15, U17.5s a
  • Girls U14 & U17
  • Senior Sides (both Men and Women)
Sadly at this stage, we are unable to fit the MInis into the program, but promise we have not forgotten the Mini’s players and families, and thank you all for your patience in these trying times.
Please read the below release from the SANFL re protocols in place, please make sure you do follow the rules as we will get visits from authorities SA Police and Health.
Dave Denyer
RFC President

COVID-19 Return to Football Update 25 May

As you may be aware the SA Government has brought forward the next stage of the Return to Play, which is the abilty to train again in larger squads and with full contact.
While this approval is from the 1st June, it also includes new protocols that need to be met by ALL Leagues and clubs before returning to training.

The Reynella Football Club is fully supportive the of SANFL and Community Footballs approach to ensure the safety and future of our Club, Players and community.
Below is a brief statement from SANFL and Community Football outlining the return.

“The State Government has today announced that the next stage of the SA Roadmap to Recovery has been brought forward to Monday, 1 June 2020, including advice that contact training for outdoor sports can commence from this date also.

It was also announced that competitions for outdoor contact sports can also commence/resume from Friday, 26 June 2020.

SANFL is waiting on further detail and advice from the State Government, which will enable us to finalise our protocols to move into Stages 3 and 4 of the SANFL Roadmap. Once this is received, SANFL will confirm a date for football clubs to commence contact training. As per previous correspondence, SANFL is committed to ensuring our Leagues and Clubs are prepared and educated to deliver COVID safe environments.

SANFL will provide a further update on Stage 3 Training – i.e. Contact Training – and associated protocols as soon as we have received further detail and advice from the State Government * While we have yet to receive confirmation on the ability for spectators to attend matches, we are buoyed by the early relaxation of restrictions, as well as the increase of patrons permitted inside venues. We are confident that this will be considered favourably in future.”