A comprehensiive Championship manual has beeen produced for all managers.
The draft 2013 National Women's Championship Manual is available here as a download pdf. Mangers will be issued with the FINAL hardcopy at the managers induction meeting on day 1 of the Championship.
All appendices forms are also available below as downloads.
APPENDIX 1: CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW
APPENDIX 2: CHAMPIONSHIP TIMETABLE SUMMARY
APPENDIX 3: TEAM REGISTRATION FORM (please submit electronic Word version)
APPENDIX 4: INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT
APPENDIX 5: PARTICIPANT MEDICAL INFORMATION FORM
APPENDIX 6: CODE OF ETHICS – AUST. CHAMPIONSHIP
APPENDIX 7: ARU CODE OF CONDUCT
APPENDIX 8: VOLUNTEER DECLARATION
APPENDIX 9: CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH REPORT
APPENDIX 10: REPORT ON REFEREE
APPENDIX 11: ARU MEDICAL & SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
APPENDIX 12: TEAM REFERRAL TO CITING COMMISSIONER
APPENDIX 13: SAMPLE TEAM EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST
Please note the Pre-Champs requirements with respect for information due dates.
There are a number of COMPULSORY pre-Championship requirements for all teams prior to the Championship.
Team Managers are responsible for ensuring that ALL team requirements are fulfilled as outlined below and in a timely manner as per deadlines/instructions.
Information Due Dates
Saturday 24th August Team Squads for QANTAS/JETSTAR (email Airline Name Ticketing Template)
Friday 6th September Participating Teams (email Team Registraion Form)
Individual Participation Agreement (Appendix 4)
Participant Medical Information Form (Appendix 5)
Volunteer Declaration (Appendix 8)
All hardcopy documents are to be mailed to:
Australian Rugby Union
National Women’s Championship
Locked Bag 1222
Paddington NSW 2021
There are a number of COMPULSORY requirements for teams during the Championship.
Team Managers are responsible for ensuring that ALL team requirements are fulfilled as outlined in Section 13 of the Championship manual, in a timely manner as per deadlines/instructions.
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