Hervey Bay Seagulls - President Brendan Bowers.
Hervey Bay Seagulls - President Brendan Bowers. Valerie Horton

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WELCOME to the inaugural weekly column from the Hervey Bay RSL Seagulls RLFC. This column will provide an insight into what is happening around our club and with our players and volunteers.

Our senior teams have been training for several weeks with good numbers in all grades.

We encourage all players both male and female, 17 years and older to come down to training on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6pm.

Our club has started weekly meat tray raffles at the Bayswater Hotel.

Raffles start at 6pm and is a great way for members and the community to come together in a social setting and raise some money for the club while having a drink and a great meal.

Everyone including children are welcome.

The Seagulls family would like to congratulate our mascot, Jimmy the Seagull (aka James Hamilton), on his recent engagement to Ruth.

Jimmy is an integral member of our club and we wish him and Ruth plenty of love, laughter and happiness as they plan their life together.

This Saturday, February 10, the Seagulls will hold a sign-on day between 10am and 1pm at Stafford Park, on the corner of Bideford St and Boundary Rd, Pialba.

Any new player registering will be required to bring a copy of their birth certificate and or passport.

Cost for registration is:

$150 for Under 6.

$220 for Under 7 - A Grade.

Registration cost includes registration, insurance, shorts, socks, club polo shirt, training shirt and jersey at the end of the season.

Go to our Facebook page "Hervey Bay Seagulls Junior Rugby League” for more information.

Finally, we want to thank all our sponsors and partners who have come on board for 2018.

It is an exciting time for the club and we cannot move forward without your support.

From all of the players and staff thank you and we hope you enjoy our journey in 2018.

We are Seagulls, we are Hervey Bay.

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