MiniRoos Under 6 - 11

Introduction

In 2018 Tarragindi Tigers will introduce a supervising development coach for this age group. The supervising development coach will be able to provide team coaches with advice and coaching drills. A volunteer game leader / coach is required for all Miniroos teams. The volunteer parent will take the team on game days and on training days. All coaches will be provided with the relevant coaching qualifications for this age group. Each team will also need to appoint a Volunteer Team Manager.

More information about the National Playing Formats and Rules for MiniRoos (rules, field size, etc) can be found here

Football Brisbane's Rules of Participation for 2018 can be found here

Registration

Registration open 9 January 2018.

 

Please follow the instructions on the first page of our website. Club registration and payment is to be completed through the link on the first page of the website. You will need to then follow the instructions to register through the MyFootballClub website.

 

To ensure a place in a team you must complete registration process by 2nd March 2018.

Information Day for new players

Club members will be available to answer any questions you may have about MiniRoos on Sunday 28 January at Wellers Hill Bowls Club (located beside TTFC at Esher Street) from 2pm - 4pm.

MiniRoos U6/7 In-House Competition

TTFC schedule in house games for our U6 and U7 teams.  This means that these players play against other TTFC teams during these early stages of development. In 2018, TTFC will trial all games on Saturday mornings from 8.00am to 9.00am at our Esher Street fields.

 

These are Small Sided Football (SSF) games, played 4v4 with no goalkeepers at this level.

MiniRoos U8 to U11

These age groups start home and away fixtures travelling to other local clubs in Football Brisbane scheduled games to test their skills in a broader environment. In 2018, home games will be played at our Esher Street fields.

 

U8 and U9 teams play 7v7, including a goalkeeper for the first time.

U10 and U11 teams play 9v9, including a goalkeeper.


"Komodo Dragons"

It is TTFC's policy to grade players in the U9, U10 and U11 age groups.

Players deemed suitable will be selected into a "Komodo Dragon" team for each age group.  Komodo teams are coached by suitably qualified individuals and overseen by the club's Football Director. Komodo players incur a coaching levy in addition to their registration fee. For further information on the Komodo’s program please click here.

 

When available Club Referees are appointed U8 to U11 age group games.

 


Team Allocation and sizes

Our  U6 and U7 teams have minimum of 5 players and a maximum of 7 players.


Our U8 to 11 teams consist of a minimum of 8 players up to a maximum of 10-12 players (depending on age group).


Our club will attempt to allocate friends to the same team when requested. However we do not guarantee we will be able to. If your son / daughter wishes to play with their friends please indicate this in the registration process by listing the name of their friends in the Player Details form.

Team Allocation Day - "MUSTER"

While Team Allocations will mostly be made during the Registration period, final allocations will be made and the teams kit bag will be handed out for all MiniRoo teams (U6 to U11) at Esher Street on Sunday 4th March (TBC - Times will be sent out closer to the date).

 

Team allocation is a get together where parents find out team placement and meet fellow players. A volunteer coach and manager will be appointed. Teams will not be permitted to start training until those positions are filled.

Season

The MiniRoos preseason will start from Monday 5th March 2018.

In 2018, FB has scheduled games to start on Saturday 21st April and finishes on Saturday 8th September. 

The Club's breakup carnival will be held in September on day to be advised.  

Please note that there are no games scheduled during the Easter and Mid-Year holidays.

Fixtures for the season are organised by Football Brisbane and available on their website. Most games are scheduled between 8.30am and 11.30am on a Saturday morning.

Training

Training schedule to be confirmed.

2018 Registration Fees

U6 and U7:  $330

U8 to U11:  $360 (except for Komodo Dragon Players. Please click here for further information)

Registration Fees for the season cover the following:

§  Football Australia Fees

§  Football Queensland Fees

§  Football Brisbane Fees

§  Ball

§  Team Photo

§  Trophy

§  End of Season Carnival

§  Weather permitting, 19 games in the season

§  All insurance coverage

§  Contribution to operating costs

§  Coaching Costs

§  U8 to U11 Home Games where possible will have a Club Referee appointed


Tarragindi Tigers FC does not charge match fees on top of registration.

Uniform

Tarragindi Tigers training uniform consists of the following:


  • Tarrgindi Tigers shirt $27
  • Black shorts $25
  • Tarragindi Tigers green socks $14
  • Shin Guards $11


All the above uniform items are available on information day Sunday 28th January and Team Allocation day on Sunday 4th March or online at our shop

The clothing shop will be open most training nights from Monday March 5th.

**All players must where football boots and shin guards when training or playing a game.

Development Squad

All MiniRoo players are invited to become part of the development squad. The development squad will be run on a week night to be advised during the season.

The development squad is an optional program with a levy charge. The development squad will be organised by by the Coaching Director and run by a team of coaches. We encourage all players to get involved, have fun and improve their skills.

Team Photos

Team photos will be taken in your teams training time in the week of 30 April 2018 to 3 May 2018.

End of Season carnival

The end of season carnival will be held on Sunday 16 September. The carnival will consist of a number of inter club games, trophy and photo presentations and other fun activities. Food and drinks will be available for sale to help celebrate the season. All sale proceeds support the ongoing success of our club.

Please ensure you mark this date in your diary now!

Community Club

TTFC is a community club run by volunteers. We require your support in a variety of ways so we can continue to keep kicking goals together. There are a number of ways in which you can help and every little bit counts – various volunteer roles including; team manager, team coach, canteen duty, BBQ duty, and working bees. The Committee meets once a month for a couple of hours and is always looking for anyone who would have an interest in the future development of the club. We are always looking for individuals who may have time to help organise activities at the club. Some of the currently vacant positions can be found here. If your interested in assisting with an occupied position please let us know we are sure they wouldn't mind some help.

Please contact the Chairman on chairman@tarraginditigers.com.au if you can help.

Canteen / BBQ Duties

Each team will be responsible to complete canteen and BBQ duties on their allocated Saturday mornings throughout the season. A roster will be provided before the start of the season. The manager of your team will organise when parents will staff the canteen or BBQ.

Code of Conduct

Our club requires all members follow FFA's Code of Conducts. Details of these codes can be clicking on the links below: 

§  Code of Conduct for Players

§   Code of Conduct for Parents and Spectators

§   Code of Conduct for Coaches and Managers

Parent Duties


As a volunteer-based club, it is necessary for all families to get involved.  This includes parents taking their turn in the “fruit and jersey” rosters throughout the season.  Team managers will organise rosters for parents to bring fruit (eg watermelon, oranges) to the game, and to take the jerseys, as a full kit home to wash.  Junior players are not to take individual jerseys home – they are to stay as a kit in order to have them together and to avoid one jersey fading at a different rate to others.

Training sessions and games are not to be treated as free baby-sitting services.  Whilst all coaches have a blue card, and have taken on a role of coaching the children, players are the sole responsibility of the parent.  NO child is to be left in the care and supervision of a coach. In times of sudden wet weather cancellations mid-training, it is distressing for both coach and child when a parent is not present and is not able to be contacted immediately.  Many teams, via the manager, create a team contact list, in order for busy parents to car-pool or help with supervision.  This is up to the team and parents, and is to remain strictly within the team – no contact details are to be given without consent.

Parents, as with players and coaches, are required to adhere to the codes of conduct.


Wet Weather INforamtion

For any wet weather information please check website (www.tarraginditigers.com.au) or Facebook page. As soon as a decision is made about wet weather training / games cancellations our website and Facebook page will be updated.

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