Group 20 Junior Rugby League held a special meeting on Monday evening to discuss the draw for the upcoming season.
Whilst there were no changes made to the draw, the discussion revolved around informing parents exactly how the draw would work in 2016.
For teams who did not nominate to play the home and away season alongside the seniors, the competition will run similar to last year with matches played in Griffith and Leeton.
For the four teams that nominated for the home and away season it becomes a little more complicated as Group 20 junior rugby league president Bruce Staines explains.
“When Hay, Lakes, Waratahs and Yenda play each other in the seniors, their juniors will [play on the same day and at the same venue]as well,” Staines said.
“When they don’t play each other, they will combine with the rest of the clubs who will be playing in Leeton and Griffith.”
The draw isn’t the only hiccup that Group 20 JRL has had to deal with.
The Yanco Agricultural High School Gala Day had to be called off after there weren’t enough players registered.
A new registration process has been implemented this year where the parent –or player in seniors –had to register the child online opposed to the club doing it.
“With the new rego process, there wasn’t enough players and they can’t run on the field if they aren’t insured,” Staines said.
“They [the clubs]had plenty at training, there just hadn’t been enough that registered.
“It’s just a matter of letting them know it has to be done.
“There’s beena lot more registrations.We’re still a bitshort of where we need to be but we’ll be right to kick off on April 30.”
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