Currumbin Eagles J.R.L.F.C.

Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

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0419 005 311

 

Next Committee Meeting
Monday 18th August, 2014 @ 6:30pm


Currumbin Eagles Merchandise

Gold Coast District JRL
RULES & POLICIES

Draw for this weekends games available here

It's not too far away now
300 Club Tickets On Sale

DON'T MISS OUT

RESERVE THE DATE: 16th August

Please check with your coaches who each have a book of 10 tickets to sell. This is our major fundraiser to be held later in the year with $$$ prizes to be won and a great merchandise / memorabilia auction held on the night as well.

JUNIOR TITANS MONSTER RAFFLE

All proceeds from our sale of tickets comes back to the club.

$5 per ticket

Prize Includes:

 

  • Run out with Titans NRL Team at home game (4 people)
  • Sit on team bench for game (4 people)
  • Coin Toss (4 people)
  • Post Match Dressing Shed Tour (4 people)
  • On-Field for pre game warm up
  • Titanium Seating (10 people)
  • Greg Bird & Nate Myles to visit our Club
  • Captains Run day: watch training and eat lunch with Titans team (4 people)
  • TITANS Merchandise pack
  • Signed 2014 TITANS jersey
  • Match ball to keep
All team coaches / managers have tickets available for sale. Tickets can also be purchased from the bar.

Also, if you are able to take a book of tickets to sell on behalf of the club please contact one of our friendly committee members.

Raffle will be drawn at TITANS HQ on Monday 1st September

Former Eagles Juniors Representing

Australian Defence Forces

 

Two former Currumbin Eagles Juniors will don the Australian Defence Force jersey after gaining selection in the Combined Australian Services Rugby League (CASRL) Team. This team is picked from the best and fittest in the Army, Navy and Airforce. 
Jack Blaine has been in the Army for four years and toured Europe with the CASRL Team last year (Australia won the World Cup). 
Joel Munro is in his first year with the RAAF and made selection after just one game at Ipswich when Airforce defeated Army for the first time in nine years.
Both young men (turning 23 this year) were part of Peter Daley's Under 15 ARL Foundation Shield winning team of 2006, taking out a state win for Currumbin that year. They have represented Gold Coast and then Southern. Joel was a member of the inaugural Titans SGB team and Jack was also a junior Titan. Joel played Currumbin Eagles A Grade before going on to play U20s for Seagulls Q Cup. Jack has been playing A Grade in Brisbane. Obviously both love their footy.
The ADF team will take great pride in touring Papua New Guinea later this year with the Prime Ministers 13 and early 2015 will tour Europe. This is something that all junior players can aspire to. The Rugby League pathway is not always the NRL path, there are plenty of other opportunities that can keep them in the game they love. 
Congratulations Jack & Joel.

Two former Currumbin Eagles Juniors will don the Australian Defence Force jersey after gaining selection in the Combined Australian Services Rugby League (CASRL) Team. This team is picked from the best and fittest in the Army, Navy and Airforce. 

Jack Blaine has been in the Army for four years and toured Europe with the CASRL Team last year (Australia won the World Cup). 

Joel Munro is in his first year with the RAAF and made selection after just one game at Ipswich when Airforce defeated Army for the first time in nine years.

Both young men (turning 23 this year) were part of Peter Daley's Under 15 ARL Foundation Shield winning team of 2006, taking out a state win for Currumbin that year. They have represented Gold Coast and then Southern. Joel was a member of the inaugural Titans SGB team and Jack was also a junior Titan. Joel played Currumbin Eagles A Grade before going on to play U20s for Seagulls Q Cup. Jack has been playing A Grade in Brisbane. Obviously both love their footy.

The ADF team will take great pride in touring Papua New Guinea later this year with the Prime Ministers 13 and early 2015 will tour Europe. This is something that all junior players can aspire to. The Rugby League pathway is not always the NRL path, there are plenty of other opportunities that can keep them in the game they love. 

Congratulations Jack & Joel.

2014 QRL MINI, MID & MOD RULE BOOK

Coaches, Parents and Supporters of Under 6's to Under 12's are encouraged to view the Rules for Mini, Mid and Mod Footy.

The Rule Book can be downloaded &/or viewed here

 

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