Junior football registrations open in two days

FOOTBALL: Most junior sports take the holidays off - not so for Warwick Football.

The Warwick Wolves Summer 6s Season 2 will be played from now to March 1, with the first games on Tuesday.

Warwick District Football Association secretary Paul Butler said parents of children aged between six and 16 who were racking their brain trying to think of something for the children to do in the run-up to the next winter season could sign up for the Summer 6s.

"Players are welcome to bring their friends. New players can try the Summer 6s season before committing to a full winter season," he said.

"The association wants as many players as possible to ensure five grades are played. This is a good starter for all players and a good social activity for juniors and adults."

Season 1 of Summer 6s was played from October to December in two junior age groups and mixed adults.

Butler said new teams would be formed for Season 2, although the same teams were welcome to nominate again.

"Players can nominate a full team or teams will be created from individual nominations," Butler said.

Numbers permitting, the competitions will be played in five grades this season - under 6/7, U8/9, U10/11, juniors (12-16) and open.

Registrations due by Saturday night. Cost for players backing up after Season 1 are $25 (up to U11), $35 (juniors) and $45 for open registration.

Payments can be made online or at the club.

Players who didn't play the October to December season will pay $15 more.

Go to http://www.warwickwolves.com.au/wp/wdfa -summer-6s/ to register or email info@warwickwolves.com. au.



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