During the registration window prior to each season, new teams can register via the link on our homepage. Teams returning from a previous season should renew their registration via their captain's livethecomp.com.au account rather than registering afresh.
$990 per team (if paid by the due date). Teams that received a perfect score in our Fair Play awards the prior season are entitled to a $50 discount. We also offer a special $600 rate for teams representing a school or college where the majority of players are full-time students. No further discounts apply on this rate. Nomination fees include insurance cover for all registered players. Fees must be paid by livethecomp.com.au, direct deposit to our bank account, or PayPal. Cash or cheque will not be accepted.
- Credit: BCTA
- BSB Code: 014688
- Account: 110487876
- or PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Players can register via an invitation emailed by their team captain, or can request membership by clicking on the relevant team name on our homepage (draw section). Players must be registered, play at least four games, and sign the corresponding match cards to be eligible for the semi finals. Unregistered players may not be covered by insurance and are not eligible for the semi-finals. While "filling-in" for another team during the regular season is permitted, players can only play regularly for one team and can only play semi finals for the one team they are registered with. Players must be at least 14 years of age. Teams may register a maximum of 14 players concurrently.
Individual players without a team can register as Free Agents via the link on our homepage.
Match CardsMatch Balls
Match cards are available from the administration desk prior to the first fixture match each night. Please ensure all players sign the card, add their playing number if it is blank, and then hand it to the referee/s at the commencement of the game.
Teams are required to supply their own match ball.
Please keep noise and speed to a minimum when entering and leaving the grounds, and note that dogs and smoking are not permitted.
All players are bound by and should be familiar with the rules of touch and our various policies.
First aid supplies and ice are available from the admin desk.
Players and spectators are reminded that this is a Christian sporting competition and everyone is expected to participate in a spirit of fellowship and sportsmanship and abide by our Code of Conduct. Captains play a crucial role in setting an example for team behaviour and their assistance in making the season enjoyable for all concerned is appreciated.
Best wishes for a safe and enjoyable season.
BCTA Management Committee