for 2018 winter competition
(REGISTRATIONS NOT YET OPEN – pending Far North Coast Hockey Association to set fees for the season)
for the 2017/2018 summer twilight season
Summer twilight comp
- U18’s $32.23
- O18’s $47.53
Winter comp 2018
- Women: Alison Porter 0414 816 603
- Men and Juniors: Mark Stanger 0414 477 811
PLEASE NOTE: Hockey Australia are increasing their 2018 affiliation fees between $15-25 to assist with growth of our sport. We also expect increases from NSW and FNC so total increases will be greater than those figures. We will advertise 2018 fees asap but prepare for the increase and start budgeting for it now.
Fees 2017 – (2018 Fees still to be advised)
|under 7 (minkey)||25.61||0||24.39||$50|
|associate (non playing officials)||28.16||11.84||5||$45|
|Summer twilight comp – U18||32.23||0||0||32.23|
|Summer twilight comp – O18||47.53||0||0||47.53|
* see explanatory notes below for further information about the fee categories above.
Full fee payment must be made at the time of registration. Hockey’s online registration system does not allow for part payment options. If you are having difficulty with the upfront full payment of fees, please contact our Treasurer to make alternative arrangements.
What you get for your fees
Annual registration fees
Ballina Hockey Club attempts to keep fees as low as possible.
- Hockey NSW levy covers the governance of hockey across NSW, organisation and running of state championships (junior, seniors and masters) and most importantly, your sports insurance cover.
- Far North Coast Hockey Association’s levy covers governance and running of the far north coast hockey competition.
- Ballina Hockey Club’s levy covers turf training costs, support of representative players, junior development, end of season trophies, first aid supplies, equipment, advertising and everything else in between to keep the Club running.
- In addition to annual registration fees, players (seniors and juniors) are also required to play turf game fees at each match – around $10 or less per game (depending on the number of players in your team).
- Levies raised from game fees go towards the running and maintenance costs of the Ballina Hockey and Sports Complex (a separate entity to Ballina Hockey Club) which includes the turf, canteen, club house, bar, water, floodlights, ground maintenance and security.
Fees are to be paid prior to the first game of the season. If no funds received, a player can not take the field and may be withdrawn from registration.
Explanatory notes *
associate (non playing officials) – covers our non playing officials such as coaches, team managers, umpires and others involved with the Club. This enables non playing officials an entitlement to a voice and a vote at Club meetings and covers you for insurance around the turf. Fees are kept to a nominal fee as our non playing officials give their time and commitment to the Club.
family rates – applies to families of 4 or more:
- 2 adults and 2 children – 2 adults pay full senior fees and children pay HNSW and FNCH portion of fees (no BHC fees)
- 1 adult and 3 children plus – 1 adult and the eldest child pay full fees. Youngest children pay HNSW and FNCH portion of fees (no BHC fees)
- Families are required to register online and pay full fees online. Families can then apply to the Club Secretary and request reimbursement of fees.
students – e.g. university and TAFE students over 18: Ballina Hockey Club is required to pay full senior HNSW and FNCH association fees. No discount applies.
- If a part season is played (e.g. a players starts the season late or leaves the Club early) full HNSW and FNCH fees are to be paid. It is up to the discretion of the Committee to determine the Club’s portion of the fee. Players can apply to the Club Secretary to request reimbursement of fees.
- If a player plays only one game for Ballina Hockey Club, then the player (& the Club) is liable for the full HNSW and FNCH portion of fees (not BHC fees).
goal keepers with their own gear are eligible for reimbursement of fees. Goalies must first register online and pay full fees. You can then apply to the Club Secretary for reimbursement of your full fees.
life members are eligible for reimbursement of fees (either as an associate member or as a senior player). Life members must first register online and pay full fees, Life members can then apply to the Club Secretary for reimbursement of fees.