Dylan Lambert, Caine Beggs, Ashleigh and Derek Kane and (front) Madison Kane get ready for the football season.
Dylan Lambert, Caine Beggs, Ashleigh and Derek Kane and (front) Madison Kane get ready for the football season. Shannon Newley

Online makes it easy

JON Pearson is upbeat about the Warwick District Football Association season after 100 juniors signed up at Queens Park on Saturday and through the online option.

A second sign-on will be held on Saturday from 10am to 2pm at Queens Park and the association president is expected many more registrations.

Pearson said for the first time, parents had the option to sign up children online with money paid at official sign-ons.

"We have had a great response to the online option, it saves a lot of paperwork," Pearson said.

This year, age groups will be changed to U6, U7, U8/9, U10/11, U12/13, U14/15 and U16/17.

He said the oldest age group had been extended this season to cater for U17 players. Boys and girls can play in each age group.

Meet the Coach Day is April 21 with the start of fixtures on April 28. Go to www.warwickwolves.com.au to sign on.


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