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Hey Folks - sorry to say there will be a delayed start to our summer comp, likely start is now Tuesday 7th December.

We are choosing not to discriminate based on your vaccination status, so will wait until EVERYONE can play after the 1st December as outlined by the NSW Government. Don't worry, we will still fit in a full season!

To assist us with planning, we welcome your team registrations now. This is especially important should circumstances change and we are able to commence our competition at an earlier date.

We will keep you informed of any changes.

Rebel & Adam
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We have a proposed start date of 26th October 2021, subject to any further government announcements (we should have more information in the next couple of weeks). Covid regulations will still apply therefore IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT SIGN ON SHEETS ARE COMPLETED EVERY WEEK.

Unfortunately OzTag Australia would not discount our winter fees despite the season being cut short. We would however like to offer a small discount for RETURNING PLAYERS ONLY (ie those who paid fees for our 2021 winter comp) - Adults $60 JUNIORS $45. For ALL new players and players who did not pay fees for our 2021 winter comp pricing remains $70 per Adult $50 per Junior.

PLEASE NOTE TO RECEIVE DISCOUNT YOU MUST PAY YOUR FEES PRIOR TO TAKING THE FIELD FOR ROUND 1. Details of how to pay will be provided once the comp is finalised.

Please nominate your side by 15th October by commenting below, text (0459090964) or email (mullumbimbyoztag@gmail.com).

Official OzTag shorts are a requirement - we will place an order at a later date and will advise when we need these details.

Looking forward to taking the field again!

Rebel & Adam
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No OzTag tonight folks - snap lockdown just called. ... See MoreSee Less

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Anyone who continues to question or referee the ref will be asked to referee the following week (along with any other sanction the referee hands out during the game). It is a loveless job and we NEED referees as without them there is NO OZTAG.

A reminder also that physicality is not part of the game - YOU MUST AVOID CONTACT.
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ATTENTION: Team captains please let us know ASAP if your team is affected by the latest Stay at Home orders. At this stage OzTag is on however we will reassess if we find that we have too many out.PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT – STAY AT HOME ORDER

Anyone in NSW who has been in any of the 11 affected local government areas (LGAs) in Queensland since Wednesday 21 July, must, from 6pm today (Saturday 31 July) stay at home and only leave their residence with a reasonable excuse.

Anyone already in NSW who has been in any of the 11 affected LGAs in Queensland since Wednesday 21 July must only leave their home or temporary residence in NSW with a reasonable excuse. Anyone arriving in NSW must complete a declaration and then travel directly to their accommodation and only leave with a reasonable excuse. A person must comply with the stay at home rules for 14 days since they were last in an affected LGA, or until the notice is revoked.

The affected LGAs are: Brisbane City, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Logan City, Noosa Shire Council, Redland City, Scenic Rim Regional Council, Somerset Regional Council, and Sunshine Coast Regional Council.

Additionally, we are asking that everyone who is living in the same residence as a person who has been in one of the 11 LGAs to also follow the stay at home rules and to only leave home with a reasonable excuse.

People will only be permitted to leave their places of residence with a reasonable excuse, being shopping, medical care, caregiving, outdoor exercise with a member of your household or one other person, and work or education, if you cannot do it from home.

People subject to the stay-at-home measures in Queensland should not be travelling to NSW unless they are permitted to do so.

People who have been in one of the 11 Queensland LGAs must continue to comply with all other public health requirements in place in NSW, including the restrictions in Greater Sydney.

Anyone arriving from Queensland, regardless of whether they’ve been in the 11 affected LGAs or not, must fill out a declaration form.

The declaration form is available on the Service NSW website, and can be completed in the 24-hour period before entering NSW or on arrival. The information gathered via the travel declarations is vital in allowing NSW Health to contact travellers if necessary. For more information, visit: www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/complete-nsw-entry-declaration-queensland

People entering NSW who have been in Victoria or South Australia in the last 14 days must complete a declaration form. The stay-at-home requirement no longer applies to people arriving from these states. However, they are still subject to the restrictions in place in NSW.
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