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Dolphins look forward to 2014 season

Lennox-Head-Dolphins-Junior-Rugby-IMG_4614Last year was a big season for the Lennox Head Dolphins Junior Rugby League with three teams U10s, U12s and U14s, fighting hard as Grand Final runners up.

Having three teams in a grand final on home turf created a fantastic spirit in the seaside town. The new clubhouse is now complete at Williams Reserve and the Dolphins are gearing up for another great year of fun, healthy sportsmanship.

Being a part of a team is an important part of growing up and the club provides a safe environment whereby kids can learn lifelong skills such as teamwork and discipline while it also gives kids a sense of belonging, responsibility and success – win, lose or draw.

The coaches are trained, qualified and committed to the safety of the players while honing the skills and providing mentorship to the team.

The club encourages players of all ages, genders and abilities and takes pride in its Indigenous players – more than 30 players in total last year.

If you have a child aged 5–16 who has not played with the Dolphins before, don’t miss our sign-on days:
Saturday 8 and 15 February between 1 and 3pm at Williams Reserve, Lennox Head. Existing players simply sign on via the club’s website www.lennoxdolphins.sportingpulse.net, or Facebook page Lennox Head Junior Rugby League.

For all enquiries please contact Andrew Weir 0407 652 117 or Leigh Asser on 0423 643 221.

 


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