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2020 Grading information

TUFC trials for Juniors (U10 – U18) Division 1 or Division 2 teams for Open and Girls competitions, will be held in February.  Please pre-register and attend on as many of the following dates as you can:

Monday 24 February
U10 – U11 17:30-18:30
U12 – U18 18:30-19:30

Wednesday 26 February – No grading – come to TUFC AGM instead!
7pm, Vikings Town Centre (Greenway)

Friday 28 February
U10 – U11 17:30-18.30
U12 – U18 18.30-19:30

Saturday 29 February
U10 – U11 9:00-10:00
U12 – U18 10.00-11.00

All grading is at Wanniassa 2 (Hyland Place)
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Please pre-register to trialClick here to pre-register or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://forms.gle/CncfaWRj86EjC4mE6

For those players who attended NPL / WNPL trials but were unsuccessful, we would still love you to play for TUFC in season 2020! There is no need to trial again, but please fill out the pre-registration form, answer the questions and we will place you in a team.

There is no grading for division 3 / social teams: just round up your friends and head to: http://tufc.org.au/competitions/registration/

Cancellations: (for example due to air quality) will be posted on our Facebook page ideally at least 1 hour prior to any event.  Please consider the conditions before allowing your child to participate on each occasion.  If the smoke rolls in after we start please understand if we have to make a call at short notice.  We will always act in the interests of our participants’ health.

Helpers, Selectors, Coaches, Managers: we welcome people keen to contribute to our junior program.  If you are able to help us organise grading or would like to coach or manage a junior team this season please contact us at registrar@tufc.org.au

Any questions? Comment below or email registrar@tufc.org.au

Thanks!

Frequently asked questions

Do I have to attend all sessions?

The more session you attend the better the graders can judge the appropriate level for you.  But we realise players often have other commitments.  Players seeking to be graded into Division 1 and 2 teams should try to attend at least two grading sessions.

Do I have to register online before I attend grading?

No you don’t.  The sooner you register at playfootball.com.au the easier it is for our volunteers to finalise the teams, but you can attend grading if you haven’t yet registered.

Is there any extra cost to attend grading?

No.  Your season registration fee covers all the grading process.