For the Love of Footy
We may be on pause but that’s no reason for us to stop loving our favourite sport and supporting our favourite club.
We want you to get creative around your house and garden showing us your best ‘for the love of footy’ picture or video.
Maybe it’s your dog in our famous black and whites or perhaps it's you trying to teach your little brother or sister how to do a handpass.
Whatever it is we want you to share it with all of us here at RJFC and in return we’ll rustle up some ripper prize packs for you!
Get creative, get it out there and show us how much you love ya footy!
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Registrations for 2020
Here at RJFC we've kept our registration fees as low as possible with all funds reinvested back into the Club to provide the best possible football experience for your child.
Events have obviously changed the course of the 2020 season, and there are some decisions yet to be made. But for your general information, the fees proposed for the 2020 season were as below:
Yr 3-6 $190
Yr 7-10 $210
Yr 11/12 - $225
KidSport vouchers provide up to $150 per eligible child toward their sporting club fees.
2. Include your voucher when registering with RJFC (it may take up to 10 business days for your KidSport voucher to be approved)
Please contact our Club registrar Krista if you have any queries about KidSport or about registering:
(*Rossmoyne JFC is an Approved KidSport Club. Please search for "Shelley" in suburb/town when looking for our Club)
Coronovirus (COVID 19) - update
Season postponed until 31 May 202015
26 March 2020
Dear Club Members
We are trusting that you are all safe and well in these challenging times.
Further to our update last week advising of the season postponement to the 31st May, and then subsequently with the uncertainty now around the AFL season, we wanted to keep you as up to date as possible.
As a club we place the health, safety and wellbeing of our players, families, members, sponsors and all other stakeholders as our highest priority at this time. We have been clearly instructed that we are not to undertake any directive training with player groups however we are working on initiatives to keep them active and motivated and will start to communicate these through in the coming days.
We thank you for your ongoing support and patience in these circumstances.
Above is a link to a list of frequently asked questions (provided by the AFL) relating to the current situation with community football and Auskick, and some general information that may answer questions about wellbeing. For the time being we trust many of your questions can be answered here.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out if we can help in anyway.
Rossmoyne Junior Football Club