If you’re a rugby league enthusiast, look out for Jordan Dickinson.
The 21-year-old is one of the newest faces on the Flagstone Phoenix Brothers Rugby League Club’s women’s team, and spots are still available for others to join too.
She was one of at least 15 new members to sign up, at the club’s sign-on day, at the weekend.
“My sister has been playing for the club the last three years and every time I see her on the field, I just want to jump up and help her win,” Ms Dickinson said.
“I have never played and didn’t think about giving it a go until now – with having a small baby and all – and I’m really looking forward to getting started.”
Since starting almost four years ago, the Flagstone Phoenix Brothers Rugby League Club has boomed in players – growing from about six to more than 100.
Coach John Lilley believed that being a “family orientated club” was the group’s biggest attraction.
“I honestly think that people join up because we’re not just a club, we’re a family,” he said.
“Everyone knows everyone, and everyone treats each other with respect.
“We’ve always got each others back and we’re always keen to help each other.”
This club will also feature it’s first male team, this season, as well.
“We still have spots available for our men and women’s teams, as well as the teams for our littlies,” Mr Lilley said.
“People still have up until June 30, next year, to register – but it’s just always good to get in early, so we know who’s on and how many jerseys to order.”
Training started this week for the men and women players, and junior training starts in February.
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