Information and registration process (Boys & Girls)
2018 Parramatta Diocesan Boys & Girls AFL Team Nominations are closed and all approved nominees to attend trials will be informed by their school by 16 Feb 2018.
|Monday 12th March 2018
||Wright Reserve - Pye Rd, Quakers Hills
Please pay your school upon the confirmation that your 'Expression of Interest' has been approved by your school principal.
||Registration closed on Friday 2nd February 2018.
Please ensure that all sections are filled out appropriately including 'Rep experience'.
Notes About Selections
It is very important to note that these trials are generally for those children who display an above average ability in their chosen sport. While teams are open in age it is strongly recommended that only children of a representative standard in Years 5 & 6 in 2018 be invited to attend.
Students must be attend the selection trials to be eligible for selection. Any student who cannot attend trials for any valid reason must contact the Primary Sport Teaching Educator (Margaret Thornton) prior to the trial. Selections will be made on performance at the trial. Selectors will be appointed based on their experience and background in a particular sport.
School Sports Uniform or AFL attire is to be worn - NO Representative uniform is to be worn
20 selected students will represent either Parramatta Diocesan or Combined Parramatta/Sydney and participate at the NSW CPS MacKillop Trial held in Wagga Wagga on Friday 6th April 2018.
If selected in the MacKillop AFL team, they will represent MacKillop at the NSWPSSA AFL Championships from 22 - 24 May.
Sports Safety Guidelines
Mouthguards are mandatory for students to participate at the either the Parramatta Diocesan AFL trial or Combined Canberra/Goulburn, Parramatta & Wollongong Diocesan AFL trial. Refer to the NSW PSSA Sport AFL Sport Safety Guidelines.
Hat, sunscreen, water bottle and appropriate footwear must be worn by the student.
All relevant medical conditions should have been included on the nomination form. (e.g. asthma, bee stings, allergies etc).