- The Club
- Youth Boys
- Senior Men
- Youth Girls
- Senior Women
- Player Development
We will be allocating all Meadowlands after the Prem trials. Please ensure your registrations are in before the 5th of March 2019.
Junior Grade is from 5 years to 9 years old
Grading is based on players age during the calendar year 1st January to 31 December.
Girls may play one grade down if they wish to.
Season starts 6th April 2019 (then 13th April, and then 1 week off during the school holidays)
When registrations close, players will be allocated into team. Please ensure you list friends that you would like to play with (this is normal possible if enough time is given). Players that wish to be part of a Prem team must participate in the ID session: http://fencibles.org.nz/playerid.php. Please note the 8th grade rep team will play in the 9th grade inhouse league, the 9th grade Prem teams will play in the AFF league (this involves traveling). It is expected that the Prem teams training at least once a week.
Depending on the number of 7th grade tournaments, some 7th grades players might be identified by their coaches to participate (stay tuned though-out the season).
The club requires ALL players/teams to be in the new official Fencibles/Nike Kit, this includes top, shorts and Sock. To place your order for this season, go to www.kitman.co.nz, click on 'Clubs', then 'Fencibles' and enter FEN16 to access the club page.
The top is the one with the red centre panel with navy panels down the side, the shorts and socks are the navy ones.
For pictures and information on ordering please refer to the front page of the Fencibles website.
1. Be considerate about parking. Ensure you park well clear of resident's driveways.
2. Ensure rubbish from snacks/drinks when you return to the car are not left on the berms. People have been even known to empty their entire cars trash on the side of the road.
3 Most importantly to drive and park safely and supervise children very carefully when leaving and returning to cars.
Cars tend to drive very quickly up and down Alicia Road and small kids cannot be seen between parked cars.
Alicia Road is a narrow road when cars are parked on both sides. I have seen very many close calls when young children are allowed to get out of cars on the road side (Not the pavement side) unsupervised. Likewise when returning to cars after the games.
It is great to see so many kids enjoying themselves on Saturday mornings but it would be tragic for a serious injury or death to occur.
We want people to be safe and we want Fencibles to keep a good reputation in the area. I have often heard remarks over the past 2/3 years about how tidy the park is left after so many people have been there.