RLFANS.COM
Celebrating
22 years service to
the Rugby League
Community!
WWW.RLFANS.COM • View topic - Grass roots
Re: Grass roots Thu May 13, 2021 4:30 pm  

Manuel wrote:
Manuel Cheeky half-back
Cheeky half-back

Joined: Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:48 am
Posts: 581
Crigglestone have no signing on fee or subs. We have been pleased with crowds as people are just so chuffed to be out and about again. I am ever positive that we will rebuild but only as one body for the game. BARLA is now just a waste of time. One body, two arms. Simple.
Re: Grass roots Thu May 13, 2021 10:09 pm  

steve1g wrote:
steve1g Eddie Hemmings's Wig
Eddie Hemmings's Wig

Joined: Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:35 pm
Posts: 183
There's also been a couple of good articles on this in the last 2 editions of the League Express
Re: Grass roots Fri May 14, 2021 1:43 pm  
financialtimes User avatar
Free-scoring winger
Free-scoring winger

Joined: Sun Dec 04, 2011 8:00 pm
Posts: 1853
Every player/volunteer and club official will have to pay this new fee, the real figure is likely to be £40, so if you are a volunteer and say 1st aider or team manager and have a couple of kids playing, then next year it will cost you £120 plus the clubs subs. The RFL are saying they will pay player insurance on the back of this, last year the players insurance that i was responsible for was £1200, with 5 junior sides all requiring 5 volunteers and an open age with at least 2 and a total of 70 players, the income the RFL would receive would be £3880, also they will pick up the cost of all DBS check (which they currently do for £0) From my experience, players subs just about cover matchday food and some basic equipment costs like first aid kit and water bottles. Not sure the RFL will be giving anything back that is equal or greater than then extra contribution being asked for.
This along with all club chairs and welfare officers having to take the UKAD training making them responsible for the monitoring of any illegal substance abuse and open for prosecution, Plus training and responsibility as COVID officers, then it will be no wonder if so many people walk away from the game.
What's pink & hard first thing in the morning?
The financial time crossword
Image
Re: Grass roots Fri May 14, 2021 2:20 pm  

Luppylad wrote:
Luppylad Cheeky half-back
Cheeky half-back

Joined: Thu Dec 17, 2020 9:50 pm
Posts: 631
Think its safe to safe the rfl are muppets make kids pay more then give them less opportunity to progress by taking away academys....
Re: Grass roots Fri May 14, 2021 4:21 pm  

User avatarvastman wrote:
vastman User avatar
Gold RLFANS Member
Gold RLFANS Member

Joined: Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:37 pm
Posts: 31278
Location: Poodle Power!
financialtimes wrote:
Every player/volunteer and club official will have to pay this new fee, the real figure is likely to be £40, so if you are a volunteer and say 1st aider or team manager and have a couple of kids playing, then next year it will cost you £120 plus the clubs subs. The RFL are saying they will pay player insurance on the back of this, last year the players insurance that i was responsible for was £1200, with 5 junior sides all requiring 5 volunteers and an open age with at least 2 and a total of 70 players, the income the RFL would receive would be £3880, also they will pick up the cost of all DBS check (which they currently do for £0) From my experience, players subs just about cover matchday food and some basic equipment costs like first aid kit and water bottles. Not sure the RFL will be giving anything back that is equal or greater than then extra contribution being asked for.
This along with all club chairs and welfare officers having to take the UKAD training making them responsible for the monitoring of any illegal substance abuse and open for prosecution, Plus training and responsibility as COVID officers, then it will be no wonder if so many people walk away from the game.


That's the key, we need to know, it has to be beneficial or it's just a rip-off.
SUPPORT SWAG...
Re: Grass roots Fri May 14, 2021 5:34 pm  
financialtimes User avatar
Free-scoring winger
Free-scoring winger

Joined: Sun Dec 04, 2011 8:00 pm
Posts: 1853
vastman wrote:
That's the key, we need to know, it has to be beneficial or it's just a rip-off.

From my knowledge, I’ve stated what the RFL have committed to, that is cover players insurance and the DBS fee, they have not promised anything else, meanwhile YJYARL (as a non for profit organisation)sit there with over £80k in the bank collected from player/team fines and club entry fees in to their competitions and 2 tickets to their compulsory end of year presentation, that even if you’ve paid for the tickets you receive a fine if you don’t attend.
There is no help for community RL apart from the help the individual clubs generate themselves :l :shock:
What's pink & hard first thing in the morning?
The financial time crossword
Image
Re: Grass roots Fri May 14, 2021 5:58 pm  

User avatarvastman wrote:
vastman User avatar
Gold RLFANS Member
Gold RLFANS Member

Joined: Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:37 pm
Posts: 31278
Location: Poodle Power!
financialtimes wrote:
From my knowledge, I’ve stated what the RFL have committed to, that is cover players insurance and the DBS fee, they have not promised anything else, meanwhile YJYARL (as a non for profit organisation)sit there with over £80k in the bank collected from player/team fines and club entry fees in to their competitions and 2 tickets to their compulsory end of year presentation, that even if you’ve paid for the tickets you receive a fine if you don’t attend.
There is no help for community RL apart from the help the individual clubs generate themselves :l :shock:


It all sounds half arsed. If I were a conspiracy theorist I’d swear they were trying to destroy the grass roots game so the the big clubs can justify throwing there lot in with RU! See footballs European SL, greed greed greed.
SUPPORT SWAG...
Previous

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: 60sCat, BarnsleyGull, cocker, djcool, Don Fox Fan 1, Dunkirk Spirit, FIL, Last to be picked, SaleSlim, Scarlet Pimpernell, Wakefield City, Willzay, Wollo-Wollo-Wollo-Wayoo and 148 guests

Quick Reply



Subject:
Message:

   
Please note using apple style emoji's can result in posting failures.

Return to Wakefield Trinity


POSTSONLINEMEMBERSRECORDTEAM
5,184,4011,28778,6739,567LOGIN
LOGIN HERE
or REGISTER for more features!.
When you register you get access to the live match scores, live match chat and you can post in the discussions on the forums.
YOU HAVE RL CHAT OFF
RLFANS Match Centre
Thu 29th Jul 18:15
SL
Catalans
v
Wakefield
Mon 2nd Aug 19:45
SL
Wakefield
v
Salford
Sun 8th Aug 15:00
SL
Huddersfield
v
Wakefield
Sun 15th Aug 15:00
SL
Wakefield
v
Warrington
Sat 21st Aug 19:00
SL
Castleford
v
Wakefield
Thu 26th Aug 19:45
SL
Hull KR
v
Wakefield
Mon 30th Aug 15:00
SL
Wakefield
v
Leeds
Sun 5th Sep 12:00
SL
Huddersfield
v
Wakefield
Sun 12th Sep 15:00
SL
Leigh
v
Wakefield
Fri 17th Sep 19:45
SL
Wakefield
v
Hull FC
ALL SCORES PROVIDED BY RLFANS.COM (SETTINGS)
Sun 25th Jul
CH
LIVE
Sheffield28-40Halifax
CH
LIVE
Batley42-12Newcastle
CH
LIVE
Bradford30-36Featherstone
CH
LIVE
Whitehaven28-24Oldham
CH
LIVE
York46-10Swinton
L1
LIVE
Barrow40-12Coventry
L1
LIVE
Hunslet20-20Keighley
WSL
LIVE
YorkW0-0Hudds W
NRL
LIVE
St.George10-32Gold Coast
NRL
LIVE
Canterbury24-44Cronulla
Sat 24th Jul
NRL RND: 19 Souths60-22NZ Warriors
NRL RND: 19 Manly44-24Wests
NRL RND: 19 Penrith18-12Brisbane
L1 RND: 12 LondonS46-30West Wales
SL RND: 13 Catalans32-30Hull KR
Fri 23rd Jul
NRL RND: 19 Sydney28-8Newcastle
NRL RND: 19 NQL Cowboys16-20Melbourne
SL RND: 15 Leeds38-16Salford
SL RND: 15 Wigan25-12Wakefield
Thu 22nd Jul
NRL RND: 19 Parramatta10-12Canberra
This is an inplay table and positions can change as matches are in play.
National Rugby League 2021 ROUND : 18
 PLDFADIFFPTS
Melbourne 17 632 198 434 30
Penrith 17 493 179 314 30
Souths 17 503 346 157 28
Parramatta 17 474 255 219 26
Sydney 17 453 335 118 22
Manly 17 485 354 131 20
St.George 17 358 382 -24 16
Cronulla 17 326 394 -68 14
 
Canberra 17 347 421 -74 14
Newcastle 17 283 420 -137 14
Gold Coast 17 394 468 -74 12
Wests 17 372 502 -130 12
NQL Cowboys 17 324 527 -203 12
NZ Warriors 17 333 426 -93 10
Brisbane 17 282 542 -260 8
Canterbury 17 212 522 -310 4
This is an inplay table and positions can change as matches are in play.
Betfred Super League XXVI ROUND : 15
 PLDFADIFFPTSDIFFWP%
Catalans 14 419 226 193 26 185.40 92.86
St.Helens 12 286 96 190 20 297.92 83.33
Warrington 13 408 213 195 19 191.55 73.08
Wigan 15 247 268 -21 20 92.16 66.67
Hull FC 12 286 215 71 15 133.02 62.50
Hull KR 11 271 244 27 12 111.07 54.55
 
Leeds 14 332 251 81 14 132.27 50
Castleford 14 251 354 -103 12 70.90 42.86
Salford 14 237 405 -168 8 58.52 28.57
Huddersfield 15 244 318 -74 8 76.73 26.67
Wakefield 15 259 354 -95 8 73.16 26.67
Leigh 13 212 508 -296 0 41.73 0
This is an inplay table and positions can change as matches are in play.
Betfred Championship 2021 ROUND : 14
 PLDFADIFFPTSDIFFWP%
Toulouse 9 433 88 345 18 492.05 100
Featherstone 13 573 166 407 26 345.18 100
Halifax 14 398 199 199 20 200 71.43
Bradford 13 354 315 39 18 112.38 69.23
LondonB 13 374 337 37 17 110.98 65.38
Batley 14 370 286 84 18 129.37 64.29
 
Widnes 13 307 344 -37 11 89.24 42.31
Newcastle 13 284 400 -116 11 71 42.31
Sheffield 14 313 413 -100 11 75.79 39.29
Whitehaven 14 277 396 -119 11 69.95 39.29
York 14 345 327 18 10 105.50 35.71
Dewsbury 13 197 379 -182 9 51.98 34.62
Oldham 13 190 470 -280 4 40.43 15.38
Swinton 14 234 529 -295 0 44.23 0
This is an inplay table and positions can change as matches are in play.
Betfred League One 2021 ROUND : 10
 PLDFADIFFPTSDIFFWP%
Barrow 10 342 150 192 17 228 85
Workington 9 334 158 176 15 211.39 83.33
Doncaster 9 308 189 119 14 162.96 77.78
Keighley 10 348 239 109 10 145.61 50
Rochdale 10 279 280 -1 10 99.64 50
Crusaders 10 278 318 -40 10 87.42 50
 
Coventry 8 204 240 -36 8 85 50
Hunslet 10 268 257 11 8 104.28 40
LondonS 8 154 292 -138 2 52.74 12.50
West Wales 10 122 514 -392 0 23.74 0
This is an inplay table and positions can change as matches are in play.
Betfred Womens Super League 2021 ROUND : 9
 PLDFADIFFPTSDIFFWP%
LeedsW 7 364 38 326 14 957.89 100
St.HelensW 7 370 36 334 12 1,027.78 85.71
WiganW 6 222 64 158 10 346.88 83.33
YorkW 6 186 102 84 8 182.35 66.67
CastlefordW 6 166 96 70 8 172.92 66.67
BradfordW 8 158 264 -106 6 59.85 37.50
 
Hudds W 7 104 288 -184 4 36.11 28.57
Wire W 8 150 334 -184 4 44.91 25
FeatherstoneW 8 122 338 -216 4 36.09 25
WakefieldW 7 50 332 -282 0 15.06 0
RLFANS Recent Posts




X