Registrations

Registration

Revolutionise sport

Winter comp fees  

BHC fees 2020 

Registration category *

Hockey Aust

HNSW levy

FNCH levy

BHC levy

RevoSport service fee

Revosport 2% fee on BHC levy

BHC total fees

Seniors

105.20

43.00

95.00

63.86

1.60

1.34

$310

18 and under

54.70

31.50

65.00

51.12

1.60

1.08

$205

11 and under

24.10

31.50

50.00

46.81

1.60

0.99

$155

8 and under

14.90

0

45.00

37.70

1.60

0.80

$100

Minkey

14.90

0

0

37.70

1.60

0.80

$55

Non playing officials – coaches, managers umpires

 

20.00

0

0

0

0

$20

Non playing administrator – volunteer, supporter

 

0

0

0

0

0

nil

Summer twilight comp – seniors & juniors

 

0

0

5.00

0

0

$5

 *    see explanatory notes below for further information about fee categories 

++ see explanatory notes below – U18 using the NSW Government’s $100 Active Kids voucher

**  see explanatory notes below – U11 and U8s using the NSW Government’s $100 Active Kids voucher

Payment

Full fee payment must be made at the time of registration. Hockey’s online registration system does not allow for part payment options.

Payment must be made through Hockey NSW’s online registration system by debit or credit cards (no cash payments).

What you get for your fees

Ballina Hockey Club attempts to keep fees as low as possible. We are mindful of costs to families and aim to spend your money wisely. 

  • 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, playing and training equipment, support of representative players, junior development, end of season trophies, first aid supplies, club equipment, advertising and everything else in between to keep us playing hockey and the Club running.

Fees policy

  • Fees are to be paid prior to the first game of the season. If no funds received, a player cannot take the field and may be withdrawn from registration.

New players to the club

  • New players to the club (who have played with another club previously) are to provide a clearance letter from their old club. Email to the secretary@ballinahockey.org.au

Active Kids vouchers

The introduction of the NSW Government’s Active Kids voucher gives families a significant opportunity to save money. You will need to go online and obtain your voucher before registering for the hockey season at service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-active-kids-voucher. You are free to use your child’s voucher in another sport but please read carefully before you make your choices as the voucher can only be used for one club (provider), and any unused portion of the $100 is not redeemable. The voucher cannot be used for the Hockey NSW or Far North Coast Hockey Assoc component of your fees. 

  • ++ under 18 – with active kids $100 voucher (includes turf games fees credit for the season) the total fee amount will show $100 more when registering online, but you will only be charged the HNSW and FNC levy portion of your fees (as the $100 voucher will be automatically deducted from your invoice on line). The $100 voucher will be used to cover the BHC component of your child’s fees, plus a proportion of turf game fees for the year ($50).
  • ** under 11 and under 8 – with active kids $100 voucher (includes all turf game fees for the season) the total fee amount will show $100 more when registering online, but you will only be charged the HNSW and FNC levy portion of your fees (as the $100 voucher will be automatically deducted from your invoice). The $100 voucher will be used to cover the BHC component of your child’s fees, plus all turf game fees for the year.
  • minkey – you can use your Active Kids voucher for the BHC component of your fees, but you may get better value if your child plays another sport.

Explanatory notes * 

  • senior fees include Hockey NSW, FNC and BHC levies and your sports insurance cover. In addition, you will be required pay turf game fees (to be collected at games each week)
  • 18 and under fees include Hockey NSW, FNC and BHC levies and your sports insurance cover. In addition, your child will be required pay turf game fees (to be collected at games each week). If your child is playing in both the junior competition (U13 or U15) and the senior competition, they only need to register once, however they will be required to pay both the junior and senior turf game fees each week. See also notes for Active Kids vouchers.
  • 11 and under fees include Hockey NSW, FNC and BHC levies and your sports insurance cover. In addition, your child will be required pay turf game fees (to be collected at games each week). See also notes for Active Kids vouchers.
  • 8 and under fees include Hockey NSW, FNC and BHC levies and your sports insurance cover. In addition, your child will be required pay turf game fees (to be collected at games each week). See also notes for Active Kids vouchers.
  • minkey – are not part of Far North Coast Hockey’s competition – fees include Hockey NSW and BHC levies and sports insurance cover. Minkey players have no turf fees. 
  • non playing officials – coaches, managers and umpires fees cover for our non playing officials, includes Hockey NSW sports insurance. This also enables non playing officials an entitlement to a voice and a vote at Club meetings.
  • non playing administrator – volunteers and supporters there is no fee payable for this membership as administrators and non playing officials give their time and commitment to the Club. Non playing administrators (volunteers and supporters) are not entitled to a vote at Club meetings.
  • twilight competition – in order to encourage more players of all ages to come and try hockey, there is no longer a registration fee for players involved only in the summer twilight competitions. This category does not provide insurance through Hockey NSW – players take the field at their own risk. The Club recommends summer twilight players maintain their own private health insurance. Games are on a ‘pay as you play’ basis.
  • family rates – applies to families of 4 or more playing hockey.
  • 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 BHC 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.
  • part season if a part season is played (for example, if a player 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 BHC committee to determine the Club’s portion of the fee. Players can apply to the BHC Secretary to request reimbursement of fees. (for example, if a player plays only one game for Ballina Hockey Club, then the player (and the Club) is liable for the full HNSW and FNCH portion of 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 BHC Secretary for reimbursement of your full fees.
  • life members are eligible for reimbursement of fees (either as an non playing official or as a senior player). Life members must first register online and pay full fees. Life members can then apply to the BHC Secretary for reimbursement of fees (HNSW, FNC and BHC fees). Life members are entitled to a voice and a vote at Club meetings.

Enquiries

 Treasurer: treasurer@ballinahockey.org.au

Secretary: secretary@ballinahockey.org.au