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Mini/Junior & Youth Administration

1. Youth (16-19 years)

1.1 Youth Player Registration and Transfer

1.i Regulations, Registration and Transfer 2015/16
1.ii Registration/Transfer form

1.2. National Youth League

2.i Youth League Rules 2015/16
2.ii Team/Result sheet

1.3. National Youth Cup & Bowl

3.i Cup Rules 2015/16
3 ii Plate Rules 2015/16
3 i Bowl Rules 2015/16
3 iv Team/Result sheet
3 v Travel expenses claim form (Cup, Bowl & Plate)
3 vi Youth Cup, Plate & Bowl Result form

1.4. Wynne Lloyd District Competition

4.i District Competition Rules 2014/15
4.ii Team/Result sheet

1.5. Contacts

5.i Club and District contacts list 2015/16

2.1. Mini & Junior Player Registration and Transfer

2.i Junior Player Registration Regulations 2013/14
2.ii Mini Registration card
2.iii Junior Registration card

2.2. District Junior Rugby Associations

2.i District Junior Associations contacts

3. WRU Colleges League

3.i Colleges League Rules 2015/16
3.ii Colleges Team/Result sheet
3.iii Colleges contacts

4. Under Age Disciplinary Procedures

4.i Under Age Disciplinary Rules for 2015/16
4.ii Sending Off form for Mini, Junior & Youth (red card)
4.iii Sin Bin form for Mini, Junior & Youth (yellow card)

5. Tours/Tournaments

5.i Permission to Tour application form
5.ii Mini/Junior and Youth Tournaments permission form

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