The ARU have launched a new Online Registration and payment system. The system has been tested over the last year and a number of clubs and referee associations provided their feedback which has been taken on board and where possible has been implemented for the 2014 season.
The new system has been designed to make it quick and easy for your members to renew online. It will also allow new members for your club/association to register online. Payment of registration fees can also be collected, three options of payment have been included; cash, direct deposit and PayPal. Please see the Payment section for more information on these options and setup.
The ‘How do I setup Online Registration?’ page explains the setup process for the Registration system l in addition to providing a document that’s outlines what each menu item and tab means.
Also included in this area of the website is a Frequently Asked Questions page which may answer some of the questions you might have regarding the system. If you are still unsure about a specific area of the system or you would like some further information that is not disclosed in the printable document found on the ‘How do I setup Online Registration and Payment?’ page, then please contact the MyRugby Admin Helpdesk.
The system has benefits for all participants of Rugby:
Existing players (registered in 2013) will be able to easily register Online by following a link sent by email to them from the Club Administrator. They will not be required to login and depending on the payment option setup by their club could also have the option to pay their fees at the checkout screen.
New players will be able to access a link activated by their club which will require them to register or login to the club’s online store using their MyRugby details and add a membership product to their shopping cart.
Existing members (registered in 2013) will be able to easily register Online by following a link sent to them by email from the Referee Association Administrator. They will not be required to login after selecting the link.
New association members will have the option of registering for an association by selecting an association’s public registration link and logging in or registering using their MyRugby details.
Coaches & Club/Association Members:
Existing members (registered in 2013) will be able to easily register Online by following a link sent to them by email from the Organisation Administrator. They will not be required to login after selecting the link and depending on the payment option setup by their club could also have the option to pay their fees at the checkout screen.
New club/association members will have the option of registering for an association by selecting an club/association’s public registration link and logging in or registering using their MyRugby details.
Club and Referee Association Administrators will have the ability to utilise improved reporting functions in addition to having the ability to collect payment, approve/reject membership applications and setup a variety of Playing/Refereeing and Non-Playing/Social memberships. Please see further information in the ‘How do I setup Online Registration?’ screen.
“We were very happy with the online registration system, it made the rego process much easier for both players and administrators. Our players found the portal easy to use, and were happy to see the back of paper forms. Our club admin was made much easier, able to keep track of both registrations and payments. We used Paypal for most payments, which once set up saw most of our subs paid electronically through the ARU portal. I would recommend it to all clubs.”
Hugh Cavill (Kings Old Boys Rugby Club – NSW Suburban Rugby Union)
“The QRRA has a large membership and before the on line registration system, organising registrations was a real task. We are now using the on line system for the second year and after extensive use we can confirm that it has reduced the time required to invite re-registration significantly. What used to take days can be achieved in an hour. This provides us with the time to concentrate on retention and follow up. If you have not signed up I would recommend that you seriously consider that option as it is a real time saver.”
Paul Heath (Queensland Rugby Referees Association)
MRA Help Desk/Support
Phone: (02) 8005 5600
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