Add your committee details

MyRugbyAdmin has been updated with some new Membership types. 

They are: 

  • President
  • Vice President 
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Registrar

These new membership types will help with communication within your club, from your Member union and the ARU. It will also allow you to see the history of the commitee for your club. 

To identify your committee, search for the individual under Current members, and use the new Membership types to show the role that they have on the committee. Then just save the record and you are done! The member is automatically added to the Committee membership type as well. 

 Fig. 1 shows tick boxes available for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Registrar.

Once you have identified all your committee, you can also search for them from the current members search, and then email them directly from MyRugbyAdmin. 


Fig. 2 Current Member search - options under Membership type


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