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Sea Eagles to sign-on this Saturday

RECRUITMENT DRIVE: Sea Eagles' Reserve and A Grade Coaches Mick Jarvis and Troy Weller (front) with players Lachlan Howard, Cody Wright, Corey Adamson, Trevor Ritchie, Luke Adamson, Jade Derbyshire and club captain John Ryan (back) are calling out for new players to show up to the club's sign-on this Saturday.
RECRUITMENT DRIVE: Sea Eagles' Reserve and A Grade Coaches Mick Jarvis and Troy Weller (front) with players Lachlan Howard, Cody Wright, Corey Adamson, Trevor Ritchie, Luke Adamson, Jade Derbyshire and club captain John Ryan (back) are calling out for new players to show up to the club's sign-on this Saturday.

AUSSIE RULES

ANYONE interested in playing Aussie Rules in 2013 needs to get down to the Whitsunday Sea Eagles sign-on day this Saturday at the Whitsunday Sports Park.

Running from 10am-1pm at the Sea Eagles club house, the sign-on day is for players of all ages.

"We cater to boys and girls between 6-12 and boys to senior men from 10-65. The Auskick sign-on will be around Easter time but we are happy if you would like to come and have a kick on Saturday and discuss the coming season," club representative Barb Adamson said.

Both the junior and senior clubs enjoyed fantastic seasons last year with player numbers up across the board, with the A Grade team falling just short in their grand final against the Mackay City Hawks.

Registration fees are $130 for juniors and $250 for seniors for the season.

Anyone who can't make this time should ring Barb Adamson on 4946 7572 for more information about another sign-on date.


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