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• NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR MASTERS REP TEAMS

Posted by Administrator on 12 Mar 2021
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NOW OPEN!
Nominate for Selection Trials for Brisbane Representative Teams
Nominations are now open for the Selection Trials to represent Brisbane at the State Championships in May 2021.
The State Championships are for two age groups ... O34s to 49-year olds, and the O50s to 59-year-olds.
To nominate for the Selection Trials see below. Choose the appropriate response to the questions listed at the end. Whilst you are in that update area, check if your other details are correct.
If you seek an exemption, you must use the form to submit your reason/s why an exemption is sought.
 
TRIAL DATES & LOCATIONS
Selection Trials will be held on Tuesday 6th April, @ 7:00pm at two different locations.
The O50s to 59s will be held at Easts Carina Field.
The O34s to 49s age group will be held at State Hockey Centre.
Nominations CLOSE at midnight on Tuesday 30th March, 2021.
Important: All Players SELECTED to represent Brisbane at the State Championships will be required to pay a $10.00 fee to cover umpiring commitments.
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NOTE: The dates for the State Championships are from Friday lunchtime 30th April through to Monday 3rd May. (The May Day long weekend). You are required to be available for all games. The location for the State Championships is the Gold Coast Hockey Centre.
 
TO NOMINATE
If you wish to nominate for the trials for a Brisbane Masters Rep Team for 2021 you have 2 options: 
 
1. If you are already on the Newsflash database and you received the Newsflash dated 8th March, please use the link within that Newsflash to nominate; or 
 
2. If you are NOT in the Newsflash database and did not receive the Newsflash dated 8th March, please use this link to nominate for the trials. 

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